How to accept
a) Guideline: How to Accept Offer (via E-Student) – [.pdf – 460kb]
b) Please follow the instruction below on steps to accept offer.
You must sign and submit the physical Acceptance of Offer and Enrolment Form to Admission Office: Student Services by the due date indicated before you make your semester fee payment. By signing the forms signifies that you have agreed, read and understood the terms and conditions stated in the “Terms of Offer and Important Information” as well as the Refund Policy enclosed with the Letter of Offer.
If you have received a Conditional Offer, you must fulfill the condition(s) stated in your offer prior to accepting your offer. You must provide the evidence that you have met all conditions as stated in your offer letter (academic transcripts, certificates etc). If you do not provide the evidence, you will not be eligible to proceed with your enrolment.
An example of the conditions placed on applicants:
- Official or certified copy of academic transcripts, including SPM, STPM, A Level, O Level and 1119 English
- Certified copy of IC
- Completion Letter or Certificate of Completion
- English proficiency (IELTS, TOEFL) – these qualifications are only valid for two years from the date taken
Please refer to the ‘New Student Checklist’ indicated on your Enrollment Form (last page). If you need further assistance on your offer please contact our Admissions Office.
The indicative semester fee must be paid before the due date as stated in the offer letter. It is advisable that you make payment before orientation as delaying paying your tuition fees may result in a delay in enrolling you in your units, printing of your Student ID card and other services. If you had made your payment, you may collect the receipt from our Financial Services. Please keep the receipt as you are required to present it upon registration.
FEE PAYMENT OPTIONS:
- Cash, Cheque or Bankdraft at any Maybank branch nationwide (at the teller counter or through the Cash Deposit machines and Cheque Deposit Machines).
Important: You must write down your name and ID number on the bank-in slip for identification of payment.
- Cash, Local Cheque and Credit Card (Visa / MasterCard) at the Cashier’s Office.
- Telegraphic Transfer (TT) to the University’s designated bank account: -Malayan Banking Berhad
No 112 Jalan Bendahara,
98000 Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia
Current Account Name: CURTIN (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD
Current Account No: 511010-554408
Swift Code: MBBEMYKL
Important: You must fax your TT slip to the University at Fax: +60 85 443971 or send it via e-mail to Financial Services after the TT transaction is completed.
- Cheque or Bankdraft through post or courier addressed to: –
Financial Services Department,
Curtin University Malaysia,
CDT 250, 98009 Miri, SarawakImportant: Do not send any cash in the mail or courier. Financial Services contacts:
Telephone +60 85 630100 (GMT +8)
Facsimile +60 85 630088
- Credit Card by completing and faxing to us the Credit Card Authorization Form.
- By JomPAY Internet or Mobile Banking from either your Malaysian Current Account, Saving Account or Credit Card. Remember to enter the University’s Biller Code according to the type of payment you made and supply the request information in Reference Fields. For guide on using JomPAY, Please click here
Refunds of course fees for New Students will be made according to the following guidelines.
|Refund Rate||Foundation, Degree and Diploma Programme||Intensive English Programme||Postgraduate Programme|
|90% of the course fee||Prior to commencement of classes||Prior to commencement of classes||Prior to commencement
|50% of the course fee||After commencement of classes, but before census date||After commencement of classes, but before census date||NA|
|No refund||After census date||After census date||After census date|
If you need further assistance with payment please contact our Financial Services
It is compulsory for all new Curtin students to attend the Orientation Week. It will help you to get off to the best start academically and socially. Failing to attend Orientation means you will miss out on essential information about your units and the Campus, and the info will not be repeated in week 1. For students who miss orientation due to unforeseen circumstances, please see the information on Missed Orientation
Please ensure you bring the following documents to the orientation and registration:
- Acceptance Offer Letter and Enrolment Form (2 attachments sent to your email)
- Official Payment Receipt (please collect it from our Financial Services if you have not collected)
- Original Documents or Original Certified True Copy of the Documents (E.g. Academic Transcripts, Completion/Award Certificate, SPM, STPM, ‘O’ Level, ‘A’ Level or other conditions as indicated on your Letter of Offer).
- Evidence of English competency (E.g. IELTS, TOEFL, SPM 1119 results)
- Passport-sized photographs: 1 piece for Sarawakian and 3 pieces for non-Sarawakian
If you are an International and non-Sarawakian (Sabahan, Labuan, and West Malaysian) student, it is COMPULSORY for you to have a valid Student Pass while studying at Curtin University Malaysia. For international students, you may contact the International Student Office or refer to our website at Student Visa/Pass for further information. For Non-Sarawakian, (Sabahan, Labuan & West Malaysian) student MUST and can apply for Student Pass upon registration during Orientation Week. You can also refer to Domestic Student Pass.
If you are coming from other states (outside Miri), it is advisable to book an air ticket immediately after accepting the offer and make arrangements for your accommodation. To book campus accommodation, please refer to Housing Services.
Airport Reception Services (ARS) booking
We provide airport reception services for new students arriving from other states at the Miri Airport, please request for the ARS at least 3 days before your flight. Our International Office will get back to you to confirm your ARS booking.
Upon arrival at Miri airport, students who have requested for Airport Reception Services will be greeted by our representative and transported to their on-campus accommodation. Students who have not requested to be picked up by our representative may use a taxi to be transported to your accommodation.