Al-Madinah International University

Al-Madinah International University

Al-Madinah International University (MEDIU) is an independent non-profit educational institution, located in Malaysia. The university was established in 2006, founded on Islamic principles and values with establishing a scientific edifice to be a bridge that could be used by knowledge seekers and knowledge generations; to create conducive educational and research environment all over the world that serves society and preserves ethical values. MEDIU is licensed by the Malaysian Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) and its programs are accredited by the Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA) . The university is managed by an open-handed Rector Prof. Dr. Mohammad Khalifa Al-Tamimi. Mediu’s Board of Governors are an elite prominent scholars who support education and knowledge in all its sides by using the best resources and learning methods as to serve the society and produce potential generations whom abilities will upgrade their environment and extend it in all that is useful.

MEDIU Vision: A leading international university that promotes a wide range of knowledge in its various aspects to serve humanity and to promote its advancement.

MEDIU Mission: Disseminating knowledge using the best means and learning methods; knowledge development and intellectual exchange consistent with international level of excellence; to create conducive educational and research environment for knowledge seekers all over the world that serves society and preserves ethical values.

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