Kuala Lumpur Campus


 PM Dr Marlia

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Marlia Puteh

PhD (Monash University)

English Language Studies, Higher Education Policy, Electronic Learning, Engineering Education.

PM Dr Sarimah


 Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sarimah Shamsudin

 PhD (ELT and Applied Linguistics) (Warwick)
MSc (TESP) (Aston)
BSc (Computer Mathematics) (Carleton)
Postgraduate Diploma in TESL (ITM)

Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL), Computer-Mediated Communication (CMC), Corpus Linguistics, ESP, ELT, Discourse Analysis, Vocabulary


 Dr. Amerrudin Abd. Manan

PhD. (Applied Linguistics) (Liverpool)
Masters in ESL (UM)

Corpus Linguistics, English for Specific Purposes (English for Business Purposes, English for Academic Purposes), Vocabulary Studies

 dr harmi

Dr. Harmi Izzuan Baharum

Ph.D in Management Information Systems (Massey University, New Zealand)
M.ED in Educational Technology (University of
Malaya, Malaysia)
B.ED in Teaching of English as A Second Language (National University of Malaysia)

Language education and technology, Computer assisted language learning, Technology acceptance and adoption of Management information systems

 Dr Nor Liza


Dr. Nor Liza Hj Ali

Ph.D (Educational Language Planning) (University of Queensland) (Australia)
M.A. (Mass Communication (Universiti Teknologi Mara)
B.Sc (English) (University of South Dakota) (USA)
Diploma in Translation (Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka)

Language Policy and Planning, English Curriculum, and Tertiary Literacy



Dr. Zuhana Mohd Zin

   PhD English Language Studies (UPM)
    MA Applied Linguistics (UPM)

Critical Literacy, L2 Literacy, Applied Linguistics, TESL,   Second Language Acquisition, Language Education.




Dr. Seriaznita Hj Mat Said

   PhD English TESL (UTM)
    MSc TESL (UPM)
    B.ED TESL (UM)

TESL, ESP, Maritime English, Content-Based Instruction, Apprenticeship Learning, Curriculum Planning, EOP, EAP, Qualitative Studies, Critical Discourse Analysis, Young Adult Literature, Pop Culture in Education



Dr. Nurhasmiza Abu Hasan Sazalli

   PhD English TESL (University of Exeter, United Kingdom.)

Design Based Research (DBR), second language acquisition, 21st century learning and web 2.0 tools for teaching and learning.