The Registry Department
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Information For New Students

Being a new student is not always easy especially if you are from another state or country.  However, we are here to assist so that you will have a pleasant time during your programme of study.

Here are some useful information:

Orientation Programme

The Orientation Programme is designed to welcome you as a student of the College.  Besides getting yourself acquainted with our academic and administrative staff, you will be given information about the campus, departments, facilities and services.

This is a programme not to be missed!  Other activities to look out for include guided tours, student photo taking session, programme and subject briefings, subject enrolments as well as fun-filled activities and games for you to meet new friends.

You should report at the respective programme registration booth on your Orientation day.  If you are not able to be present on Orientation day, you are required to inform the admissions officer at the Information Centre (for Malaysian students) or International Student Office (for International Students).  Failure to report yourself within the time allowed may lead to automatic withdrawal of your place of study in the programme.

 

 

Student Records

Your personal details will be captured from the programme application form submitted by you and stored securely in our computer systems that hold students’ data.

If you have any pending data and/or documents, you must submit them to us within 5 working days from the commencement date of your programme.

You are advised to update your personal details by submitting the relevant documents to us each time there is a change in your personal particulars like contact numbers, addresses etc.  This is to help ensure that your records are updated accurately and completely.

Review of Conditional Offer

If you are currently studying in a programme under condition(s), you should request for a review of your current status at the earliest possible date.  The review must be made within the first semester of your study or within the period specified in your offer letter.  Students with forecast/pending results must submit a certified true copy of their actual results to the Registry within 14 calendar days from the official release date of the actual results.

Failure to convert your conditional offer status on time will lead to your place of study in the current programme being withdrawn.

Subject Enrolment

Every student is required to enrol for the subjects at the start of or before each semester.  Subject enrolment is a separate process from programme registration.  It involves choosing and confirming the subjects that you wish to take in each semester in order to complete your programme of study at the College.

Payment of Fees

The tuition fee and other fees are stipulated in the fees structure of your programme.  The first semester fees must be paid in full on or before the commencement date of your programme and subsequently at the beginning of each semester.

Other important information that you should know: