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Step 1

International Student

Students submit relevant documents (Application Form, Academic Transcripts/Certificates, Full Passport Copy, White-Background Photographs, Medical & Laboratory Report, Certified copy of English proficiency (if applicable), Accommodation Details and Application Form (if applicable).

Step 2

Submission of Relevant Documents

Counsellors submit necessary academic transcripts for assessment to Registry.

Step 3

Assessment/Approval (Registry)

Registry assess and evaluate students based on minimum entry requirements to determine eligibility into preferred programme.

Step 4

Eligible Students

Counsellors notify eligible students to proceed with payment and next steps of application.

Step 5

Application Fee and Offer Letter (Bursary and Registry)

Students will have to make admission and international student Visa application fees of RM 2,950 (subject to change). Registry prepare offer letter for students who accept and submit completed documents.

Step 6

Visa Application (International Office)

SEGi International Office will submit completed set of documents to EMGS for visa application and handle visa matters.

Step 7

Pre-Arrival of Students

Counsellors arrange and ensure airport pick up and accommodation arrangements for students with successful VAL.

Step 8

Arrival of Students

Upon the first day of arrival in Malaysia, students must pay tuition fees, hostel rental, hostel deposit and related fees. Counsellors ensure students perform medical checkup at panel clinic within 7 days upon arrival.

All the fees may be telegraph transferred/wired to the bank account below:
Bank Name: OCBC Bank (Malaysia) Berhad
Beneficiary Account No: 7071059595
Bank Address: Damansara Uptown (Uptown branch), Selangor Malaysia
Swift Code: OCBCMYKL
Beneficiary Contact: 603 -6145 1777 / 2777
Note: It is not advisable for the student to transfer the tuition fees or application fees to other party. In case of loss of transaction, the University will not be responsible for it.