Checklist for Master of Education



  1. For form, please download directly from ICCE website (Resource>Postgraduate Resource>PG Student Forms).
  2. Duration of study for Master of Education (Part-time) Max: 5 years
  3. Please be noted, this only just for reference and should not be used as a basis on which to take against the ICCE.
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New Rules for ICCE Master Student

Important Dates Semester 2 (2019/2020)


No. Title Action



No. Name Service Contact No.
1. Mohammad Shekaib Alam Thesis Formatting Service 011 6232 4035
2. Ahmed Barierie Thesis Formatting Service 014 931 1470
3. Adebiyi Lookman Thesis Formatting Service 018 244 9573
4. Firdaus Roslan Thesis Formatting Service
5. IIUM Academy Arabic Abstract Translation & Thesis Proofread 03 6421 2822/2828/5422
6. Hamidah Mohammad Thesis Proofread Service
7. Dr. Ismaiel Hassanein Ahmed Mohamed Arabic Abstract Translation
8. Hardbound Valet (Razy) Thesis Hardbound Service 017 629 7664

(This services for facilitation only. It has no affiliation what so ever to ICCE)


No. Name Website Contact No. E-Mail Rate Daily
1. IIUM RESIDENTIAL AND SERVICES DEPARTMENT  IIUM RSD (click here) 03-64215417/4783 PG ICCE Student (RM 17)
2. SULTAN HAJI AHMAD SHAH MOSQUE IIUM MOSQUE (click here) 03-64215907/5904 Traveler Rate (RM10)
  1. This services for facilitation only. It has no affiliation what so ever to ICCE
  2. For booking at RSD IIUM, you need to book through their system (Click here). For new user, you need to register first. Please log on to Public account to make reservation.


No. Meeting Last Date Document Submission Meeting Date
1. Kuliyyah Postgraduate Commitee (KPGC) Week Before 21th August 2020
2. Kuliyyah Postgraduate Commitee (KPGC) Week Before 18th September 2020
3. Kuliyyah Postgraduate Commitee (KPGC) Week Before 16th October 2020
4. Kuliyyah Postgraduate Commitee (KPGC) Week Before 20th November 2020
5. University Centre for Postgraduate Studies (UCPS) 14th August 2020 29th August 2020
6. University Centre for Postgraduate Studies (UCPS) 6th November 2020 20th November 2020
7. University Centre for Postgraduate Studies (UCPS) 18th September 2020 30th September 2020
8. University Centre for Postgraduate Studies (UCPS) 16th October 2020 28th October 2020
9. University Centre for Postgraduate Studies (UCPS) 13th November 2020 25th November 2020
10. University Centre for Postgraduate Studies (UCPS) 18th December 2020 23th December 2020
11. Dean Council Meeting (DCM) 21th July 2020 7th August 2020
12. Dean Council Meeting (DCM) 18th August 2020 4th September 2020
13. Dean Council Meeting (DCM) 15th September 2020 2rd October 2020
14. Dean Council Meeting (DCM) 7th November 2020 4th December 2020
16. Senate 3rd August 2020 28th August 2020
17. Senate 7th September 2020 25th September 2020
18. Senate 5th October 2020 23rd October 2020
19. Senate 30th November 2020 18th December 2020

(All information that listed in table above is just estimation and could be change into other date)

Guidelines on Writing Research Proposal

All research proposals must address the nature of your study, questions of what you plan to accomplish and why you want to and how you are going to do it. There are no specific rules governing the form and content of a research proposal. They will vary depending on the unique nature of the problem to be studied. Yet it is advisable to pay attention to the following step-wise outline for preparing a research proposal. A good research proposal should be clear, concise and coherent.

A proposal is likely to contain most of the elements listed in the table below:

No. Component Characteristics
1. Research title Contain keywords that describe your study. Should demonstrate the main focus/theme of the proposed project or a short statement of what you want to investigate. Must be concise and descriptive.
2. Objectives/Aims of research Summarize the problem you intend to solve and your solution to that problem. State thecontributions that you want to make with the intended study.
3. The problem statement State the problems involved in the research and the problem(s) that you are exploring. Also present the rationale of the entire study.
4. Literature review Statement of other research that have been done in this area. Also link your work to the work of others in the same or related fields. References to key texts and recently published articles should be made. You should be able to demonstrate that your proposed area is not a duplication of work done earlier and should contain an element of originality.
5. Research design/methodology Describe the way that you intend to approach the research question(s) and the techniques and logic that you will use to address it.This should include the ways in which you will gather data and the research plan including the research design, experimental procedures and statistical analysis.
6. Work schedule/timetable Indicate roughly how you would allocate the time for doing the research project over the duration of your studies. It is a guide so that you can monitor your own progress and manage your project effectively.
7. Significance/ Expected outcomes of the study Outline the anticipated benefits of conducting the research.
8. References Publication details of literature cited. Referencing system should be consistent which contain the names of authors, name of book/journal, year of publication, the volume, the issue and page number.


A research proposal is usually around 4500 to 6000 words (about 15-20 pages, double-spaced, Times New Roman, font 12). It must be of adequate length to address the question of what you plan to accomplish and why you want to and how you are going to do it. For other basic technical requirements (i.e footnote styles, quotations, reference format, layout of tables and figures), students are advised to consult The IIUM Thesis/Dissertation Manual.