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Academics & RegistryQ: How many intakes in a year? A: 3 intakes per year Foundation: April, August, December Diploma: January, April, August Degree: April, August, November Q: How many semesters in a year? A: 3 trimesters in a year. Please refer to the latest HCUC Academic Calendar for the trimester dates as well as the breakdown of academic activities (e.g. teaching weeks, study weeks, exam weeks and breaks). Q: What is an offer letter? A: An offer letter essentially means that you have been accepted for the program you applied to. Q: What if I lose my student card? A: You will need to contact Registry Office to process a replacement student card, by paying a processing fee of RM50 Q: I am a new student, when can I register my courses for the new semester? A: You will need to attend the orientation day session for new intake students to understand more about course registration. You may begin your courses registration after the orientation day course registration briefing until Friday 5.00pm of first week of new semester.
FinanceQ: May I know how much do I need to pay for the upcoming semester? A: Please refer to email@example.com Q: Is there any penalty for late payment? A: RM5 wil be charge per day (including weekends & public holidays) for late payment. Q: I would like to make an online transfer, which account should I bank into? A: You may make an online transfer or GIRO to the acoount below: Name: HJU INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE SDN BHD Account Number: Hong Leong Bank Berhad 11900005678 / Maybank 507077409856 Q: Am I eligible to withdraw EPF to pay my tuition fee? A: You are eligible for EPF withdrawal as long as the programme are MQA certified. Q: What is the next step if I'm eligible for EPF withdrawal? A: Please refer to firstname.lastname@example.org for information. Q: Am I eligible for PTPTN loan and EPF withdrawal? A: Yes, as long as the combined amount of PTPTN loan and EPF withdrawal does not exceed the total programme fee. For more information, please refer to email@example.com
Financial AssistanceQ: Am I eligible for Scholarship/Bursaries if I am not a Malaysian? A: HCUC scholarship and bursaries are only applicable for Malaysian Citizens only. Q: What documents should I submit for Scholarship? A: Application form can be obtained from Education Counsellor Officer. You will need to submit your photostate of IC, results and other relavant documents. Q: What are the criteria to entitled for my scholarship/bursaries? A: Please refer to the latest Scholarship and Bursary Scheme. Q: When can I apply scholarship/bursaries? A: The closing date of application for new students would be 30 days after the commencement date of Year 1 Semester 1. Q: HCUC have accepted my scholarship application, what should I do next? A: Student Services will conduct a briefing session to explain in details pertaining to student's scholarship on Orientation Day; or refer to your email for further action.
PTPTNQ: What is procedure for applying PTPTN? A: You may refer to the PTPTN Guideline for more information. Q: I do not know how to fill certain sections in the online application. A: You may screenshot the particular part and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org for further enquiries. Q: What is the difference between IPTS and IPTA? A: IPTA stands for Institusi Pendidikan Tinggi Awam (Public Colleges or Universities) IPTS stands for Institusi Pendidikan Tinggi Swasta (Private Colleges or Universities) Q: I have ceased studying/failed in my study at another IPT and now wish to resume my studies at the same level. Can I still apply for the PTPTN education financing? A: Yes, provided you have settled the full amount of the education financing received previously. Q: I am studying in the second semester and wish to apply for PTPTN education financing. Can I obtain financing from the first semester? A: The period of approved education financing is based on the current semester during which the application is made. Q: I completed my first degree through PTPTN education financing. If I wish to study for a diploma in a different field of programme, can I apply for PTPTN education loan? A: Second education financing will only be considered for students who have graduated and are pursuing higher level studies. Q: I'm a foundation student, can I apply for PTPTN education loan? A: PTPTN is not applicable to Foundation programme. Q: I'm a master student, can I apply for PTPTN education loan? A: PTPTN is not applicable to postgraduate studies. Q: When is the next payment from PTPTN after my first application? A: The payment from PTPTN will be at the end of April and September of each year provided the GPA is maintained at 2.0 and above and the student did not apply leave of absence in the previous semester. Q: Can I delay my fee payment until PTPTN banks in the money? A: You will have to pay your semester fees before the PTPTN loan is released to your bank account. However, you may choose to pay your semester fees by instalment. For more information, kindly refer to the finance department. Q: If my GPA in the last semester is 1.99, am I still eligible for PTPTN payment? A: You will have to maintain your GPA at 2.00 in order to continue loan from PTPTN. Q: If I obtained first class honours during my Degree programme, am I entitled for loan waiver? A: Please refer to the PTPTN website for more information. Q: When should I start paying back my PTPTN loan after I graduate? A: Please refer to the PTPTN website for more information. Q: Am I eligible for PTPTN loan and EPF withdrawal? A: Yes, as long as the amount does not exceed the total programme fee.
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