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You will receive one acknowledgement E-mail.
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You will receive one acknowledgement E-mail.
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Send the form with all the required documents together with the application fee.
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Apply for your student visa in KUALA LUMPUR.
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Send the original visa approval.
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College counselor will accompany you to the venue of accommodation.
“At a good college, students discover that all parts of college life are measured by high standards, and the educated people are guided in their behavior by civility and decency.”
– Ernest Boyer.
It is the mission of the student Affairs Office at Lincoln University College to be a constitutive element in the student?s ongoing formation of the maturing, gentleman/ gentlewomen and to support the student?s appropriation of and growth in living the rich wisdom tradition of right knowledge and belief employed in the pursuit of right living.
1. Engender a deep respect for each individual person. Students will be encouraged to respect the person, property, good name, and privacy of all members of the College community and the college itself.
2. Students will be instructed about the false notions of freedom prevalent in our culture and encourage to avoid the many forms of addition so popular today.
3. Encourage loving relationship with others. Students will be taught to reject the extreme individualism of our culture and to embrace the proper values of community and relationally.
–We Ensures Your Success–
Malaysia is a small country with a land area of approximately 330 thousand square kilometers and a population of 23 million people comprising Malay, Chinese, Indian and other minority groups.
The official religion of Malaysia is Islam but Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Taoism and other religions are practiced freely by the people.
Malay is the national language of the country and is spoken by all Malaysians. Chinese and Tamil as well as other languages are also spoken by the people. English is widely spoken by most of the people in cities and big towns.
Malaysia offers excellent Malay, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Korean, American, Italian, Portuguese and French cuisine and French food is available in all the cities and big towns.
5. Cost of Living
The cost of living in Malaysian cities is moderate. It costs about RM 800.00 to RM1,000.00 (US$210.00 to US$260.00) per month.
6. Money and Currency
Currency in Malaysia is expressed in Malaysian Ringgit (RM) and Sen. One RM is equal to 100 Sen. The exchange rate of the RM had been fixed at RM3.00 to US$1.00. Visa, Master Card American Express credit cards are accepted by all hotels, departmental stores, supermarkets, travel agencies and restaurants.
All the banks are open from Mondays to Saturdays and remains closed on Sundays and Public Holidays. The banking hours of most of the banks on weekdays are from 9.30 a.m. to 4.00 p.m, and on Saturdays, the banks are open from 9.30 a.m. to 12.00 noon. All the banks are closed on the first and the third Saturdays of every month. You may open either a Current Account or a Savings Account in one of the banks. You will receive an ATM card from the bank, which will allow you to withdraw money as per your convenience, anytime from the ATM.
The electric current is 220-240 volts AC at 50 cycles per second. The plugs used for most of the electrical appliances are either the “B” pattern 2 round pins type or the “C” pattern 3 regular prongs type.
9. Postal Services
Post offices are open from 8.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. from Mondays to Fridays and on Saturdays, from 8.30 a.m. to 12.00 noon, but are closed on Sundays and Public Holidays. The post offices also offer telegram, telex and fax services and charges a nominal rate for mailing any item.
10. Telephone Services
The Telephone booths situated in every nook and corner of the streets allows you to make calls at a reasonable rate to any country. You can also buy prepaid phone cards that provide discounted rates for international calls.
11. Internet Services
The students can use the University College?s computer lab to access the Internet free of charge. If you wish to access the Internet at the convenience of your room, all you need are a PC, a telephone line and an Internet account. You can also make use of the Internet facilities at the Cyber-cafe which are found in abundance in all the towns of the country.
12. Public Transport
It is best to avail the local transport to travel across the country. Domestic flights, trains and taxis provide regular services between all the towns of Malaysia. Public transport system (LRT – Light Rail Transit, public buses and taxis) between Petaling Jaya and Kuala Lumpur is very effective. Petaling Jaya also offers frequent taxi services. If you are traveling within the town, you need to pay the taxi driver according to the fare displayed on the meter and you are not required to pay him any tips.
13. Medical Services
Malaysia provides excellent medical and healthcare services and our doctors and specialists, who are well – qualified, offer their services either in government organizations or or private clinics.
Dental services are provided by qualified dental surgeons, who are either associated with government hospitals or private dental clinics.
Lincoln University College provides a comfortable homely ambience for its students with its apartment-style accommodation.
The accommodation is a 5-minute walk from the University College (subject to availability and on first come first serve basis). The bus stop is situated near the Kelana Jaya LRT Station, which is just 5 minutes walk from the University College. You can avail the train services or the bus services to travel across the city. The apartment is fully furnished with furniture and other basic living necessities. We also provide for twin-sharing as well as triple-sharing style units.
Students are allowed to add personal provisions for the comfort of their living. Occupants are advised to bring their own pillows and linen, as the College will not provide these items.
Students are provided with the facilities of condo living, such as swimming pool, badminton as well as tennis courts and gymnasium. Students must adhere to the hostel rules set by the Condominium Management and the College.
The Hostel accommodation rates are as follows. All rates are quoted in Malaysian Ringgit (RM).
|Refundable deposit||One Month|
|Single Room (Type A)||RM 700 per month|
|Twin sharing room (Type B)||RM 500.00 per month|
Rental must be paid on the 1st day of every month.
|Country of Origin||Pre-University Program Entry||Undergraduate Program Entry|
|Bangladesh||Secondary School Certificate|
Credit in relevant subjects, or
GCE ’0′ Level: 5 credits
|Higher Secondary Certificate|
Credit in relevant subjects, or
GCE ‘A’ Level: 2 advance level passes
|Brunei||GCE ’0′ Level: 5 credits||GCE ‘A’ Level: 2 advance level passes|
|China||Senior Middle 2: 70% average||Senior Middle 3: 75% average or NUEE: 400 points|
|India||Higher Secondary Certificate or GCE ’0′ Level: Credit in 5 relevant subjects||India Senior School Certificate or Higher Secondary Certificate or Indian School Certificate with an average of 65% in four or five subjects|
|Indonesia||SMA II: Grade 7.0 average or SMA Ill: Grade 6.0 to 7.0 average||SMA II: Grade 7.0 average|
|Iran||High School 11th Year: Score of 12 points and above||Iran Pre-University Course: Score of 12 points and above|
|Korea||High School Leaving Certificate: Grade C in 5 academic subjects||Successful completion of one year of a bachelor degree from a recognised institution|
|Myanmar||Matriculation Examination: Pass with a mm. average score of 60% (to enter engineering) or 50% (to enter business) in 5 or 6 relevant subjects, or GCE ’0′ Level: Credit in 5 relevant subjects||Successful completion of one year of a bachelor degree from a recognised institution or GCE ‘A’ Level: 2 advance level passes|
|Pakistan||Intermediate/Higher Secondary Certificate or GCE ’0′ Level: 5 credits in relevant subjects||Higher Secondary Certificate or ‘A’ Level: 2 advance level passes or Successful completion of one year of a bachelor degree from a recognised institution.|
|Saudi Arabia||General Secondary Education Certificate: Pass with satisfactory grades in relevant subject||General Secondary Education Certificate: 80% and above in relevant subject or Successful completion of one year of a bachelor degree from a recognised institution|
|Singapore||GCE ’0′ Level: 5 credits in relevant subjects||GCE ‘A’ Level: 2 advance level passes|
|Sri Lanka||GCE ’0′ Level: 5 credits in relevant |
|GCE A’ Level: 2 advance level passes|
|Thailand||Successful completion of Matayom 5||Matayom 6: Grade 2.0 or above in relevant subjects Matayom 6: Grade 3.0 or above in relevant subjects (Technical)|
|United Arab Emirates||General Secondary Education Certificate: Pass with satisfactory grades in relevant subject||General Secondary Education Certificate: 80% and above in relevant subject or Successful completion of one year of a bachelor degree from a recognised institution|
|Vietnam||Successful completion of Year 11||Year 12 : Successful completion of one year of a bachelor degree from a recognised university|
+603-7886 2717 (Landline)
+1300 880 111 (Malaysia)
+603-7806 3478 (International)
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