Announcement: Visitor


Delegation: Universitas Wiralodra, Indramayu, Indonesia


Date: 14 November 2013 Time: 3.00-4.30 pm

Venue: IKMAS Seminar Room




The Launch of Franz Kafka Exhibition


23 October 2013

2.00 pm - 5.00 pm

Bilik Majlis, Level 5, Chancellory Building,UKM




The Simon Bolivar Public Lecture and
Launch of Centre for Latin American Studies (iKAL)


Title: "Bolivar: Two Eras, One Revolution”


Mr. Alejandro Miguel López Rodriguez
Foundation for the Caracas Identity
Government of the Capital District


3 October 2013

2.00 pm - 5.30 pm


Senate Room, UKM


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The Institute of Malaysian and International Studies (IKMAS), established on 1 April 1995, is a centre for research in the social sciences within Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM). The Institute which adopts a multidisciplinary perspective conducts research, post-graduate teaching and other academic activities. Staffed by a team of scholars from various disciplines (especially economics, sociology, political science and history), IKMAS is devoted to Malaysian and International Studies within the framework of globalisation and social transformation.



To be a research centre of excellence on regional and transregional studies leading to an understanding of historical and contemporary transformation, taking into account the interests of Malaysian society.



To engage in collaborative research, education and service that seek to establish IKMAS as a nationally and globally recognised institute for inter-disciplinary research.


Educational Goals of IKMAS:


  • To conduct basic, applied and strategic research including policy input that is beneficial to society;
  • To promote collaborative research and dialogue at the national and global level;
  • To contribute to the discourse on globalization, occidentalism and social transformation from the perspective of developing nations;
  • To build human capital and nurture independent scholarship through post-graduate studies.