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We prepared a step-by-step guide to help you check your eligibility and take you through the application process.

Step 1: Eligibility Check

All international students who wish to apply should read the requirements for enrolment before submission, such as:

  • Programme details 
  • Entry requirements 
  • Commencement date 
  • Fees and accommodation
  • Please email us first to confirm your eligibility before applying.

All application documents and initial payment are to be submitted to International Office at least eight (8) weeks before the intake date(s).

Step 2: Application


Required Documents


Fill out and submit the International Student Application Form. To avoid delays, please ensure that all information is complete, with the following documents attached:

  • Completed Application Form
  • Completed Health Declaration Form
  • Digital copy of Passport-sized photographs (White background – size 3.5cm X 4.5cm)
  • Colour scan copy of passport (ALL pages including cover page, blank pages, 2 pages per A4 sheet, single side)
    • Passport must be valid for a minimum of 18 months (or 30 Months for Indonesian Passport Holders) from intake date
  • Certified true copies of academic qualifications
  • English Language qualifications such as IELTS, TOEFL, etc. (for non-English medium of instruction/ education system/ qualifications)
  • Residence Application via (Optional)


Additional Documents (If Required)

  • If you graduated from an international high school in Malaysia:
    • School Leaving Certificate or Completion Certificate
  • If you have previously studied in another higher education institution (college or university level) in Malaysia, additional documents needed are:
    • Release Letter (from the former institution) and
  • Attendance Report (must be at least 80%)
  • Latest academic record
  • Resume/ Character Reference Letter (for applicants above 23 years old, required by the Malaysian Immigration Dept.)
  • Sponsorship letter (for applicants financed by scholarship/sponsorship/study loan)
  • Statutory Declaration confirming identity or known as Affidavit (for applicants with names spelt differently in official transcripts and documents)
  • No Objection Certificate (NOC) (for applicants from sub-Sahara African countries) or Letter of Eligibility (for Nigerian citizens) 

*Note: Incomplete applications cannot be processed. The International Office reserves the right to request for further documents as part of the evaluation.

Step 3: Payment Instructions

Once your eligibility is confirmed, you may proceed with the following payments:

  • RM 700 Enrolment Fee (non-refundable, non-transferable)
  • RM 2,400 Student Pass/ Visa processing fee – paid to EMGS (non-refundable). Indonesian students pay RM 3,400 to EMGS (Student Pass valid for 2 years – Program Duration: 2 years and above)

You may refer to payment instructions for further information regarding payment, or you may make payment via the E-payment portal.

Step 4: Offer Letter Issuance

Successful applicants will receive offer letters via email within 3 working days.

Step 5: Visa Application

  • Accept your offer as detailed in the Letter of Offer, terms and conditions of enrolment.
  • Sign and return the ‘Acceptance of Offer’ to the International Office (IO)
  • Send any outstanding documents as listed in the Incomplete Record Checklist attached with the Letter of Offer. Visa application (Student Pass) will be delayed if submitted late
    IO will apply for your Malaysian Student Pass upon receiving the signed Acceptance of Offer and all required documents and payments.
  • The Student Pass approval processing time will take up to 6- 8 weeks.

Step 6: Visa Approval Letter

  • A Visa Approval Letter (VAL) will be issued once the Student Pass is approved.
  • Kindly refer to the official EMGS link to print out your Student VAL
  • The admission team will inform you of the latest Pre-Travel Preparation Checklist for your further action
  • The student VAL is valid for 6 months from the issued date. Once it expires, a new visa is required (with payment).