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Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur (IUKL)

Selangor, Malaysia

37 Undergraduate programs
15 Postgraduate programs


Institution type Private
Year established 1998
Campus setting Urban
Student population Medium (1,001 to 10,000)
foreign students 40%
Nationalities 23

About Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur (IUKL)

Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur (IUKL)
For over 20 years, Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur (IUKL) has been educating scholars in fields such as Engineering, Architecture, Construction Management, Quantity Surveying, Business, Accounting, Information Technology, Corporate Communications, English Language Studies, and Biotechnology. These fields are highly sought after in this modern era, reflecting the university's commitment to providing education that meets the demands of today's industries.

As the first full-fledged infrastructure university in Malaysia, IUKL emphasizes the importance of integrating both hard and soft aspects of infrastructure. This approach aims to produce well-rounded technopreneurs equipped with outstanding communication, technological, and managerial skills.

IUKL offers a wide range of academic programs tailored to meet the diverse needs and interests of international students. From engineering and architecture to business and information technology, the university provides industry-relevant courses that are designed to empower students with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in their chosen fields.



Admissions Statistics
IELTS 5.5+
TOEFL 6.0+

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Courses available 52

Tuition and application fees

B$ 4,012 - B$ 20,063 per year

Estimated tuition fees as reported by the institution.

Tuition and Application Statistics
Application fee (local students) B$ 28
Application fee (foreign students) B$ 200
Student visa fee (foreign students) B$ 687

Living cost

B$ 429 per month

Average living cost in Malaysia

The amount is indicated taking into account the average cost of food, accommodation, etc in Malaysia for 2024

Costs Statistics
Food B$ 171
Accommodation B$ 171
Others B$ 114

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Students who prefer a modern accommodation equipped with 24-hour security, a swimming pool, gymnasium and free self-service laundry, they should opt for staying at the Student Residency @ Unipark Condo. The residence is fully furnished for students' convenience and it's equipped with the essential facilities. The condo units overlook the green parks of IUKL, giving it a peaceful and relaxing ambience.  All amenities are accessible within walking distance

Besides that, IUKL hostel is a home to many female students who prefer to stay on campus and enjoy the inexpensive option of living there. In addition, students are able to walk to their classes nearby. Basic furniture is provided and students who need additional fittings including necessities and toiletries for the shared bathrooms would have to purchase it themselves. Their safety is ensured as there are security services at the hostel entrance at all times and wardens regularly patrol the campus grounds. All amenities are accessible within walking distance.


IUKL's lush 100-acre (0.40 km2) campus is nestled in the vicinity of Kajang town, which is located conveniently between Kuala Lumpur, the commercial capital of Malaysia, and Putrajaya, the administrative capital.

Some of the main IUKL facilities are:

  • Auditorium
  • Classroom with Air Conditioner
  • Mosque
  • Multipurpose Hall
  • Student Lounge
  • Library
  • Labs & Workshops
  • Hostel

Sports Facilities include:

  • Basketball Court
  • Futsal Court
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Netball Court
  • Sepak Takraw Court
  • Football Field
  • Squash Court

The campus is easily accessible via the North- South Highway (or Seremban Highway) and is only a 35-minute drive from Kuala Lumpur city centre. Students can also make their way to IUKL via KTM Komuter service to Serdang Station and then get on to IKRAM/IUKL feeder bus service.

Public Transportation : KTM

  • To visit IUKL using KTM commuter, students can go to any KTM commuter station and then head towards Serdang Station. There will be connecting IUKL shuttle buses between Serdang station and IUKL.

Public Transportation : LRT

  • To visit IUKL using LRT commuter, students can go to any LRT commuter station and then head towards Sungai Besi Station. IUKL shuttle buses between Sungai Besi Station and IUKL are provided.

Student population

Medium (1,001 to 10,000)

Total population

Student Statistics
Undergraduate students 3000
Postgraduate students 600
foreign students Data not available


Why Study at IUKL

  • First Infrastructure University in Malaysia
  • Professionally Recognised
  • Affordable Fees
  • On-campus Accommodation Provided
  • IUKL is set within the 100-acre education township, De Centrum City, which is well equipped with numerous amenities for its students’ needs
  • Being strongly-affiliated with top-ranking universities in United Kingdom, China, Australia, Ireland and more
  • On-campus Mall

The faculties and centre are:

  1. Faculty of Architecture and Built Environment (FABE)
  2. Faculty of Business, Information & Human Sciences (FBIHS)
  3. Faculty of Engineering, Science & Technology (FEST)
  4. Centre for Foundation and General Studies
  5. Centre for Postgraduate Studies and Research (CPSR)                                                                                                                                     


International Student Support:

  • At IUKL, international students are valued members of the community, and the university is committed to providing them with comprehensive support services. From visa assistance to accommodation guidance, the university assists international students every step of the way, ensuring a smooth transition to life in Malaysia.

Cultural Diversity and Inclusivity:

  • With a diverse student body representing various nationalities and backgrounds, IUKL celebrates cultural diversity and fosters an inclusive learning environment. Students have the opportunity to engage with peers from around the world, gaining valuable insights and perspectives that enrich their educational experience.

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