Payment Mode for Registration Fee
Before coming to Malaysia, All International students must settle the required registration fee and processing by:
To expedite communication of proof of payment, it is important that students email copies of the bank-in slips, or Bank Draft together with details of the student's name, nationality, passport number, contact number, email address, and programme offered by the University, to
International Students are required to produce an Approval Letter from the Immigration Department of Malaysia on entering the country and possess a valid Student Pass and/or Student Visa while studying in Malaysia. The International Students Office will assist new International Students in obtaining the Approval Letter and Student Pass and/or Student Visa.
ISO will ensure that students fulfil the entry requirements of the University in order to obtain the University acceptance/offer letter. Students must fully understand the terms of payment to the University and the immigration procedures of Malaysia.
*The Offer Letter will be issued upon verification of certified true copies of the following documents:
Once your acceptance to UNITAR is confirmed, you are required to obtain a "Student Visa" for the whole duration of your study in this University. You will need to submit the following documents for the purpose of processing your Student Visa:
2 photocopies of UNITAR's offer letter
4 copies of your recent passport sized photographs with WHITE background
2 photocopies of your passport (with more than 18 months validity)
Certified copies of your academic qualifications with certified translated copy in English (if applicable)
A certified copy of evidence of your English language proficiency (if applicable)
New Student Pass Application
VISA APPROVAL LETTER (VAL)
International Office will submit the completed documents to EMGS for VAL application.
The processing time for VAL may require approximately 6-8 weeks. International Office will notify the student once the VAL is approved by EMGS.
Students must obtain a Single Entry Visa (SEV) from the nearest Malaysian Embassy except those who are from countries that are exempted from SEVs. Upon receiving your entry visa, you are to provide the University seven (7) working days prior to departing from your country, the following information:
Date of Arrival
Time of Arrival
Flight name and number
Airport name i.e Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) or KLIA2 in Sepang
Representatives of the University will meet you at the airport to assist you in processing your entry visa at the Immigration checkpoint. Please submit your passport to the International Student Office to obtain your student visa sticker as soon as possible, after you have done your medical check-up in Malaysia.