UPM has always maintained a strategic and symbiotic relationships with the community and the larger society in its effort to be a leading University that contributes meaningfully towards sustainable development, development of the people, wealth of the nation, and involvement at the international level. It has identified seven communities in which core activities can be implemented.  They are the:

  1. Local community (Serdang, Puchong, and Bintulu, Sarawak)
  2. Farming community
  3. Youth
  4. Senior citizens
  5. Cancer patients
  6. Aborigines
  7. Children's education


The University acts as a medium between the industries wishing to implement Corporate Social Responsibility Programmes and the target community.

15 community engagement programmes:

  1. Serdang Green Town
  2. International linkages
  3. Community wellbeing
  4. Human resources development
  5. Nature and culture appreciation
  6. Incubation programme
  7. Invention and innovation programme
  8. Cancer programme
  9. Halal development programme
  10. Indigenous people development programme
  11. Entrepreneur development programme
  12. Extension and community engagement
  13. Senior citizen programme
  14. Promotion on universities and expertise
  15. Foster school


Information regarding the links on community activities with Faculty of Environmental Studies as:

1. Community project (E-WASTE COLLECTION) - by Dr. Mohd Yusoff bin Ishak


Implementation the Knowledge Transfer Grant to expand the role of the University in the dissemination of knowledge and information to assist in industrial development and improve people's lives.

Grant by the Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia

  1. (for Waste Bank) Memperkasakan Pengetahuan dan Ekonomi Masyarakat Kundasang, Sabah Melalui Penubuhan Bank Sampah - by Prof. Madya Dr. Latifah Abdul Manaf (dana RM66,000.00)

Updated:: 06/06/2017 [masridien]