Who should apply to the PSCM program?

The Part Time PSCM program is designed for students who have a minimum of 2 years relevant work experience and have basic quantitative skills. Classroom and personal interaction is also enhanced by varied experiences in the student body. PSCM Admissions strives to build a class with diverse backgrounds such as finance, information technology, management, marketing, and sales. We encourage students from a wide variety of backgrounds and disciplines to apply. If you have questions about whether you would be a good candidate for the PSCM program, please contact us directly.

What is the process for application?

You are required to submit the completed application form with all necessary supporting documents. Upon receiving this, the admissions board will review your application and, if approved, will forward you an offer letter. You will need to forward a deposit when confirming acceptance of this letter

How are the payments made?

You are required to forward a non refundable RM2,000 deposit when accepting the letter of offer. Before class commences, you are required to settle the registration fee of RM2,200. You are also required to advance a tuition fee at the beginning of each month depending on the credit hours taken for the month.

How many intakes are there per year?

There are two (2) intakes per year – one (1) in January and the other in July

How will the classes be conducted?

All classes will be conducted at the MISI Campus, in Bukit Jelutong, Shah Alam. Classes will be held on average two (2) weekends (Saturday and Sunday) in a month. Classes will be from 9am to 5pm.

How much does the PSCM program cost?

The PSCM tuition is set by MISI each year. The tuition fee is currently RM55,000 inclusive RM4,200 for administration.

Is financial help available for PSCM students?

MISI presently  offers a RM20,000 scholarship to Malaysian candidates depended on academic background and experience. Students employed in Malaysia can explore utilizing HRDF funding through their companies. The HRDF does provide full funding for employees who seek to pursue Master’s program. Malaysian Students can also explore utilizing their EPF funds for this purpose.

What are the admission requirements for the PSCM program?

In addition to completing the PSCM application form, applicants must provide all academic certificates and transcripts, with an up-to-date resume, two (2) letters of recommendation from employers and one (1) letter of choice. Please note that an undergraduate degree from an accredited university is a MUST for admission. Applicants whose first language is not English must demonstrate competency in English by providing TOEFL or IELTS transcripts. If this is not available, applicants may be required to sit for an English test administered by MISI. All application material must be received by the scheduled deadline.

Is GMAT and GRE required for admission?

Not required but some applicants may be required to sit for entrance exam.

Must I take the IELTS or TOEFL?

It is preferred to demonstrate your English competency. Students who graduated from universities where the medium of teaching is English i.e. UK, US, Australia can be exempted (twinning program excluded). Alternatively students may be required to sit for an English test administered by MISI.

Where can I get an application form?

The PSCM Application form is available through the Admissions page.

Does PSCM require a deposit?

Candidates offered admission to the PSCM program will be required to submit a non-refundable deposit of RM2,000, in order to secure a place on the program. Information on payment methods will be made available at a later date.

Does MISI allow for any credit transfer?

This will be decided on a case by case basis

Are there any recommendations for filling out the application form?

Be sure to emphasize work experience with areas of increased responsibility in your professional resume. We encourage you to include three (3) letters of reference.

What is the grading scale?

MISI adopts a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) system in the computation of overall grades. The key features of the grading system are:

  • Module Credits: Each module is assigned a specific number of credit units (CUs) relevant to the time needed for instruction and self study. Core modules are 3 CUs, elective modules are between 1 & 3 CU’s.
  • Legend for Grades: The following grade scheme will be used to evaluate student performance. The grades will be assigned on a five point scale.



















Is MISI and the PSCM program accredited in Malaysia?

Yes, MISI is an accredited university with the Ministry of Education, Malaysia. The PSCM program is accredited and approved by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA).