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UMS Library Branches

Universiti Malaysia Sabah Library consists of four (4) libraries & Off Campus Service Centre namely:


  1. Kota Kinabalu Main Campus Library (UMS-KK)
  2. Labuan International Campus Branch Library (UMS-LIC)
  3. Medical Library
  4. Sandakan Campus Branch Library

Off Campus Service Centre

  1. Off-Campus Service Centre, Tawau
    2. Rural Medical Education Centre (RMEC) Sikuati, Kudat


Kota Kinabalu Campus Library (UMS-KK)

Established in 1995, the library provides resources and materials to fulfil the requirements and needs of library members in courses and programmes offered by the University.



Labuan International Campus Library (UMS-LIC)

This branch was set up in 1999 to support teaching and learning at the Labuan Faculty of International Finance and Faculty of Computing and Informatics



Medical Library

The Medical Library began operations in August 2011 to provide access to medical publications and reference resources. It is located at Levels 3 and 4 of Block B in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences.

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Sandakan Campus Library

The Sandakan Campus Library was established in September 2011 and began operations on 3rd October 2011. Many of the reference resources available here are based on specific needs of the Faculty of Sustainable Agriculture. The branch library of the Sustainable Agriculture Faculty has its own building completed on July 30, 2018 and named as the Sandakan Campus Library. The Library has started its operations on September 12, 2018.

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Off Campus Service Centre, Tawau

The Tawau Off- Campus Service Centre was  established in 2007 with the purpose of providing resource support to Off Campus students (PLUMS). The material collection is developed based on the programmes offered and recommendations and suggestions of lecturers.


Rural Medical Education Centre (RMEC) Sikuati, Kudat

The Rural Medical Education Centre (RMEC) in Sikuati, Kudat aims to provide information needs and support for students undergoing practical training at Kudat Hospital as well as the PUPUK Project. This centre was established in 2009.