Every organisation is directed by a set of rules or policies that govern its processes. Policies enable the smooth running of the organisation, require accountability, and determine how we deal with challenges. At IMU, we have a few policies and guidelines that help safeguard and align the interests of our University, staff, students and investors. While we want to achieve certain business objectives as an organisation, we believe good governance begins by balancing our interests with those of our various stakeholders and society at large.
IMUH Group Third Party Code of Conduct
IMU is an organisation driven by values. Our core values are encapsulated in the acronym, T.R.U.S.T. Understanding and behaving according to the Third Party Code of Conduct (TPCoC) is a fundamental requirement in business dealings with IMU. We expect the same level of professional conduct and integrity from our third parties and their personnel as we do of our staff. We value your co-operation by downloading the TPCoC.
Personal Data Protection Act, 2010 (PDPA)
This Laws of Malaysia Act was passed by the Malaysian Parliament in 2010 and came into force in November 2013. The PDPA was implemented to prevent the misuse of personal data in commercial transactions and by anyone who processes or has control over the processing of personal data. We at IMU endeavor to adhere to these laws.
Social Media Guidelines
These guidelines help students and staff understand the public nature of social media platforms, and how to use them responsibly.
IMU’s Whistleblowing Policy enables any misconduct by a University staff to be reported by staff or students, using safe platforms.
Brand Policy / Guideline
Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy
IMU has a zero-tolerance policy against all forms of bribery and corruption and all our businesses and operations are carried out with the highest integrity.