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Useful Contacts

Written by Super User. Posted in Pelajar Antarabangsa

  • Centre for Graduate Studies
    Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM)
    86400 Parit Raja
    Batu Pahat Johor

    Telephone: Telephone No : 60-7-453 7906
    Fax: Fax No : 60-7-453 6111

  • Academic Management Office
    Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM)
    86400 Parit Raja
    Batu Pahat Johor

    Telephone: Telephone No : 60-7-453 7680
    Fax: Fax No : 60-7-453 6085

  • International Office
    Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM)
    Parit Raja, Batu Pahat
    Johor
    86400
    Telephone: Telephone No : 60-7-453 8553
    Fax: Fax No : 60-7-453 8516.
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Arrival in Malaysia

Written by Super User. Posted in Pelajar Antarabangsa

Major international flights will arrive from oversea destinations at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) in Sepang which is approximately 300km from UTHM Campus. Upon arrival you may book a taxi from the airport lounge straight to UTHM. Taxis from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) to UTHM range between USD80 (day) and USD100 (night).

The international flights to Johor will transit in Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) for a domestic flight transfer to Sultan Ismail International Airport, Johor Bahru, which is approximately 80km from UTHM Campus. Taxis from the Sultan Ismail International Airport to UTHM range between USD40 (day) and USD50 (night).

Adjusting To Life In Malaysia

If this is your first time in Malaysia, you may need some time to adjust to a new living and study environment especially due to Malaysia’s unique customs and cultures. However, there are a number of tips to assist you to settle down to a more familiar surroundings.

Academic Advisor/Counselor

All students will be assigned to an Academic Advisor during their study in the University to assist you with issues and problems related to your academic progress. You may consult your Academic Advisor during the normal semester period based on their availability. More information can be obtained from your Faculty General Office.

Orientation Programme

Student Orientation Week is a compulsory programme held during the first week after registration for all new students to take part. The programme will involve a number of activities to familiarise new students with the university, it’s surrounding as well as information on services offered at the university.

International Student Society

All International students are encouraged to join the International Student Society where you could take part in multinational and cultural programmes. The society is registered with the Student Affairs Office under the advisory of the Corporate and International Relations Office.

Open Your Mind

It is important for you to be emotionally prepared when arriving in a new environment far from your family and your home country. You must be ready to acclimatize to the new customs and cultures in Malaysia which may be different from what you are familiar with.

Family Support

It is important that you maintain regular contact with your family members to update them with your study  and well-being while in Malaysia. Please get in touch with us if you require information on how to purchase international phone cards  to call abroad.

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What to Pack?

Written by Super User. Posted in Pelajar Antarabangsa

The items that you must bring along with you to Malaysia and UTHM:

  1. A valid passport and other identification documents, such as identify card and birth certificate
  2. An air-ticket
  3. An offer letter
  4. Original documents of residence in Student Accommodation
  5. Cash
  6. Any prescribed drugs and medicine that you need to take.
  7. Personal items, such as toiletries, bath towels, bed sheets, pillow cases, electrical accessories, etc.
  8. Some recent passport-sized photographs
  9. Utensils (e.g. mug, fork, spoon, etc)
  10. Sports equipment (e.g. tennis racket, etc)
  11. National costume of your country
  12. If you already have a computer notebook, then bring it along.
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Insurance Scheme

Written by Super User. Posted in Pelajar Antarabangsa

  1. Medical examination is compulsory for all international students planning to stay for their study in Malaysia for a period of more than 6 months.
  2. Medical examination can only be done at the University Health Centre, any government hospitals or any of the University panel clinics before registration date.
  3. For the purpose of verification, the University reserves the right to conduct further medical examination to any of its students
  4. Costs of the original and subsequent medical examination, including costs of tests, reports and examination fees are solely the responsibility of the students.
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