Centre for Research in Psychology and Human Well-Being


Covid-19 updates for staff & students

UKM is closely monitoring the situation and responding to the measures taken to combat Covid-19, and liaising with the government through the Ministry of Health (MOH) and the National Security Council (MKN) to get their latest advice on public health guidance. Our top priority is the health and safety of our students and staff.

Following the decision made by the Ministry of Higher Education, students of higher learning institutions (IPT) will be allowed to return to campus in stages beginning Oct 15, 2021. The permission was only given to fully-vaccinated students in all categories and involved all phases of the National Recovery Plan. Also, only fully-vaccinated academic and non-academic staff would be allowed on campus. The teaching and learning method for the IPT students would be conducted in a hybrid manner and in compliance with the SOP set by the MKN.

Existing students and staff who are yet to get vaccinated can register now or go for walk-in vaccination at any vaccination centre.


The psychology program is developed to fulfill current needs and demands. At this level, students will be exposing on basic knowledge of psychology. This undergraduate program provides training in the broad area of basic psychology. Students will learn on human’s behaviour, thought, feeling, perception, cognitive-reasoning as well as physiological aspects of human being.

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Social Work at UKM provides opportunity to study at undergraduate and postgraduate degree levels preparing students with knowledge of theories, skills and practices in social work towards empowering individuals, families, groups and communities in contemporary societies.

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The Human Development program offers only a Master's Degree (MA) and Doctorate Degree (PhD) levels. The goal of these programs is to develop academic researchers who have prior research or professional experiences to conduct research concerning different disciplines of human development.

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