Universiti Kuala Lumpur
Study Abroad in Malaysia at Universiti Kuala Lumpur for 1 or 2 Semesters
The Universiti Kuala Lumpur offers one of the vastest course-offering among all our host universities. Students may choose from more than 140 study majors and study on 12 different campuses spread across Malaysia, all taught in English by some of the best lecturers in Asia. Apply now and study at one of the best universities worldwide but be aware that study placements are very limited.
UNIVERSITI KUALA LUMPUR
Largest technopreneur University in Malaysia
best university in Malaysia
course offering in Malaysia
Campuses in Downtown Kuala Lumpur
Explore virtually – interactive destination tour
Study intriguing courses from more than 140 study programs
Study in the center of Kuala Lumpur
Improve your English skills in a country where it’s widely spoken
Enjoy the cultural diversity in the multicultural melting pot of Malaysia
Meet new people from all over the world and build an international network
STUDYING AT UNIVERSITI KUALA LUMPUR PROGRAMS
Universiti Kuala Lumpur is the right choice for those who want to study at the biggest private technopreneur university in Malaysia. The courses reflect the international standards, and hundreds of companies worldwide have found that the UniKL offers unrivaled opportunities.
Studying at Universiti Kuala Lumpur is for you if…
- You’re a university student looking for new challenges
- You want to be able to choose among hundreds of courses to expand your knowledge
- You want to improve your English and intercultural communication skills
- You want to get to know life and culture in the center of one of Kuala Lumpur
- You want to network with people from all over the world.
Universiti Kuala Lumpur Courses
UniKL offers our students to join more than 140 study programs providing unique and intriguing courses. Below, you will find documents that will help you wrap your head around the existing offer and select the best and most exciting courses for your semester abroad.
List of study majors at all 12 campuses
List of study majors and course lists Kuala Lumpur downtown campus
List of study majors and course lists Kuala Lumpur east campus
List of study majors and course lists Kuala Lumpur north campus
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All the courses are included in the official curriculum of the university and are held in English. Both Malay and international and other exchange students attend the same classes.
How to choose the courses
You can choose up to 6 courses per semester from a faculty that matches your major field of studies.
Please note that UniKl reserves rights to changes in the course offerings.
When are the courses organized?
Check that the courses you would like to take are organized during the semester you wish to partake. Please note that the autumn semester is semester 1 (spring intake), semester 2 (summer intake) and semester is semester 3 (autumn intake).
Please note that elective courses are not organized every semester. The list of elective courses is finalized approximately a couple of months before the semester by the university.
There is an 80 % obligatory attendance. Failure to adhere to this requirement may lead to failing the course.
Current Academic Calendars:
In addition to the courses mentioned above, you have the chance to attend additional distance learning courses in the fields of Economics, Marketing, Sociology, and Politics. All the courses are taught from a distance and can be joined independently from place and time. This gives you the ultimate flexibility to combine your study abroad experience with various academic courses.
All information about the eCampus can be found here.
You have the chance to opt for distance learning courses during your application process. Please note that each distance learning course is worth 5 ECTS and comes at an additional charge of 149€ / 167USD.
After completing your eCampus courses, you will receive an academic transcript issued by Undiknas University. Additionally, you will receive a participation certificate for each completed distance learning course.
Q: How do I select my courses? A: You should select the courses in the UNIKL application form that you submit as one of the attachments with your application. You can still change your course selections during the registration period at the beginning of your semester.
Q: Can I choose courses from several different faculties? A: Yes! While you’re advised to choose the faculty that best matches your current major, you’re still able to choose courses from several faculties if you wish. Furthermore, please make sure that all courses are taught on the same Campus.
Q: What study level are the courses at UniKL? A: At Universiti Kuala Lumpur, you can choose among foundation, bachelor, master and post graduate-level courses,
Q: Are the courses organized in English? A: Yes! The official teaching language is English, and you attend the same courses as other international and local students
Q: Do I need to have an English language certificate? A: You need an English language certificate either for the student visa
Q: What is the required course attendance? A: The official course attendance requirement is 80 %.
Q: When do the exams take place? A: Exams are included in the semester dates, and they take place in the middle and at the end of the semester.
Q: What type of visa do I need to have to study in Malaysia? A: You will have to apply first for an eVAL, then for a Single-Entry Visa, and finally start the process for your Student Pass as the last step of your registration period at the beginning of the semester.
Q: When can I apply for my visa? A: You can apply for your eVAL as soon as you receive the Official Offer Letter from Universiti Kuala Lumpur. You will usually receive this approximately 3 months before the semester starts.
Q: Can I travel outside of Malaysia during the semester? A: Yes, but only after your Student Pass has been processed. The process usually takes 2-4 weeks, so we don’t recommend planning any trips outside Malaysia before your mid-term holiday. Read our general visa instructions here.
Q: Is there on-campus accommodation available at Universiti Kuala Lumpur? A: Yes, UniKL is proud to offer the highest standard in their student accommodation.
Q: Where and how can I find suitable accommodation options independently? A: You can simply scroll through Facebook groups. However, big operators such as Airbnb offer great options as well. Read our accommodation tips here.
Q: How can I get to the campus? A: Download the Grab taxi application to your phone. It’s the safest, cheapest, and easiest way to travel in Kuala Lumpur.
Q: Do I need insurance? A: Yes, insurance is a requirement for the student visa. You can either purchase one through EMGS during the eVAL application or purchase any similar insurance independently. See our recommended travel insurance providers. Please note that you must bring your insurance certificate in English for the Student Pass processing.
Q: Which extra fees do I have to pay on top of the tuition fee? A: On top of the tuition fee, we charge an application fee of 75 EUR. When calculating your budget, please also take into account flights, accommodation, and other costs of living.
Q: What are the costs of living in Malaysia? Kuala Lumpur has been voted the most affordable city in the world for a student. The real costs will depend on your lifestyle. Find a list of general living costs here. Read more about budgeting your study abroad semester.
Q: I need to have my learning agreement/certificate of enrollment signed. What should I do? A: Please fill out the document and send it to email@example.com.
Q: When will I receive my Official Acceptance Letter? The official letter of acceptance (Offer Letter) will be sent to you by email 2–3 months before the semester starts. You will need this for your eVAL application. You cannot apply for eVAL with the initial acceptance letter from Asia Exchange.
Q: When will I receive my Transcript of Records? The university prepares and sends the Academic Records, usually within 1-2 months after the end of the semester. Still, you can already see your grades in the online student portal before that. The university will inform you when the grades are online.
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