Discover endless possibilities at the Faculty of Creative Technology.

Here are two pathways with one leading to technology development and the other to visual content development. For those attracted to programming then you can focus on acquiring hard-core technical skills which is a powerful place to be. But if you have stories in your head and your imagination is running wild, get the technical skills to turn your ideas into digital content.


OCT 2023


A wide-ranging platform brimming with excitement.

Almost all industries rely on computer technology to drive their businesses so the demand for programmers with coding skills is increasing. Visual content is also another area that is in huge demand to market products and services worldwide, also not forgetting the rapidly growing gaming industry.


The creative economy creates nearly 30 million jobs worldwide, employing more people aged 15−29 than any other sector. With the emergence of new technologies such as artificial intelligence, augmented reality, virtual reality, and blockchain, creative spaces and work are being redesigned. As new technology trends emerge, barriers between creative industries and the ICT sector are blurring therefore there is an influx of new digital proposals to respond to new trends as well as career opportunities.

Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Information Technology
Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Software Engineering With Multimedia
Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Creative Multimedia
Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Animation
Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Game Design
Diploma in Animation & Multimedia Design
Diploma in Information Technologies

Programmes under our Faculty of Creative Technology fuse your creative and technological interests and prepare you to secure careers in the highly transformative creative industry. Not only will you learn with cutting edge technologies, but you will work on live projects in collaboration with industry to ensure you excel in any creative tech industry you choose to pursue your career in.


Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Information Technology

This is purely IT country and you learn to speak its language in order to understand its role and function in its use across the length and breadth of almost everything we do in life. With the rising power of the Internet, IT skills are needed to move, store and manipulate data.

Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Software Engineering with Multimedia

Everything we do in life today is pegged to technology and it is the software engineers who smoothen our user experience, whether it is as complicated as programming the automation used in manufacturing or simply using any online services.

Diploma in Information Technology

As trends like artificial intelligence, cloud computing, big data analytics, automation arise, organisations worldwide are on the lookout for information technology specialists. If you are interested in solving technology problems and assisting businesses with technical questions, then our Diploma in Information Technology. You’ll learn advanced concepts of IT, C++ Programming, Computer Architecture, Software Project Management as well as Information System Planning.

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Animation

More and more digital animation is being used in industry beyond the field of entertainment. It is used for advanced training, simulation and planning programmes, medical diagnosis, interactive learning and architectural virtual walkthrough.

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Creative Multimedia

The content that comes alive on your phones, computers or TV are largely the work of professionals who creatively disseminate information that promote, educate, entertain and inform. They are experts in the use of graphics, sound, video and text that they combine to create impactful messages.


Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Games Design

The global games market is huge – expected to bypass USD 200 billion in consumer spending for 2022 involving over 3 billion players. The market is expanding so rapidly that there is a shortfall in talent – artists, engineers and producers and those involved in research as well as management.

Diploma in Animation & Multimedia Design

Animation, as most people think, is not just about cartoons and computer games. it has a much bigger scope and usage covering many fields including engineering, architecture, manufacturing, among others where animation helps to translate concepts into visual presentations.

Diploma in Animation _ Multimedia Design


“I studied a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Creative Multimedia in Limkokwing and it was one of the best decisions I have ever taken. This programme introduces you to everything that you would need in the creative field, and I only knew that I wanted to become an animator and a storyteller after being introduced to one of these programs that I have previously never heard of before! Without After Effects, I think my current career would’ve taken a completely different turn, so I’m always going to be grateful for that.”

Hendra Wardi, Malaysia

Co-creator & Storyteller of Tales Down Below


“I always like to make my art/animations with a certain message in them. Raising awareness about social issues is something I strongly believe in and try to incorporate in my art to help educate my community about important matters in the world. Sometimes it’s hard for me to put things in words and spraying my thoughts on a canvas would explain it so much better.”

Yasmin Salem, Egypt

Motion Graphics Animator and Concept Artist


“Animation is all about timing, and having a good sense of timing will help you craft a good and endearing story. I have been drawing since the age of three and art has always been a huge part of my life. However, now that I’m older, I have found that my true passion is in story-telling. I discovered that sharing stories with people brings me so much joy.”

Daim Dziauddin, Malaysia

Co-founder & Creative Director at Metronomik

“The Web, as I envisaged it, we have not seen it yet. The future is still so much bigger than the past.”

Sir Tim Berners-Lee, British Engineer, Inventor of World Wide Web