• saat 98f32
  • iata e9491
  • ADC dcc5b
  • scet 40b64
  • Media 261cc
  • SBM 5a9ca
  • shtm 777a4
  • degree2 35861
  • diploma2 2617b
  • skills 7e8e9

Post - Arrival Procedure to ICYM College

arrival2

Step 1

Report to International Office, ICYM College

All new international students must report to the IO upon arrival or on the next business day. The following needs to be done at the IO:

  1. Fill Up Relevant Forms
    • Student Data Form
    • Insurance Form
  2. Welcome Kit
    • Students will be briefed on the Welcome Kit consisting of:
    • Welcome Letter
    • International Student handbook
    • Embassies addresses and phone numbers
  3. Other Matters
    • A Bank Introduction letter will be given for opening a bank accounts.

Students are given one (1) week to settle such matters after which they must hand in passports to IO for endorsement at the Immigration Department.

Students are advised not to make travel plans out of Malaysia during this time.

Students are required to settle the initial RM15,000 (Pre-U & Diploma) or RM18,000 (Bachelor degree) advance fees before being eligible to commence classes.

Step 2

Orientation

It is COMPULSORY for students to attend the orientation scheduled. Important information is communicated for studies in Malaysia.

All students are required to sit for the English Placement Test (EPT). The test will be held at Language Lab (located at 2nd Floor in ICYM KL Building). The EPT results will be released the following day by their respective Schools.

Students who do not meet the English requirement may be required to undergo an Intensive English Programme for a minimum period of 10 weeks or additional remedial English classes in the first semester.

Step 3

Submission of Passport for StudentPass Endorsement / Extension

New students MUST submit their passport for endorsement. Visa charges are imposed by the Immigration Dept according to country of origin. Endorsements by the Immigration Dept may take up to eight (8) weeks.

Students will be issued a receipt and copy of their passport as temporary identification pending the endorsement process.

Failure to hand in passports for endorsement may result in students overstaying their current visit passes or be classified as illegal immigrants by the Malaysian Immigration Department.

Extensions

For students who need Student Pass extensions:

  • Submit passport and required documents one (1) month before the current Student Pass expires. Failure to do so may result in late approvals, additional payments and penalties to obtain a Special Pass to avoid overstaying.
  • Extensions by the Immigration Dept takes up to four (4) weeks. However during festive and holiday seasons it could take longer. It is advisable to submit passports early for renewal. Students are requested not to make travel plans outside Malaysia during the endorsement process.

Penalties exist for expired visas.

Overstaying is a serious offence under Malaysian law. It can result in imprisonment and deportation. You can be denied entry into Malaysia in the future if you have a record created for overstaying your visa.

Compound fines for overstaying Student Passes is RM1,000 and increases for repeat offences.

In addition ICYM College also imposes fines up to RM1,000 to cover emergency administrative paperwork and manpower to solve cases.

Students are referred to ICYM College's Rules & Regulations governing their academic rights and obligations during their tenure of study in ICYM College

Print Email

Important !!!!

Important 0ffb9For easier communication in future. 

Don't forget to Check the box for "Also post on Facebook" 

Untitled df8ab

  • ong 65e06Throughout my studies in ICYM, I have encountered many challenges and obstacles. However, I was lucky enough to be given the opportunity to gain knowledge here and also to engage in co-curriculum activities organized by the college. For me, ICYM is the best choice. 

    Ong Wei Sin • Diploma in Marketing • Best Student

  • fadzlina c3e6cI think ICYM has done a great job, especially during my student’s life in campus. I like the multi-cultural environment in ICYM that depicts the feel of 1 Malaysia. During my studies in ICYM, I have became more confident, able to improve my skills and possessed the sense of believing my self. As a whole ICYM was able to overtime any locking. I will definitely introduce ICYM to my friends.

    Nor Fadzlina Mukhtar • Diploma in Network Technology  Best Student

  • asyrafabMy learning experience in ICYM was very good and interesting and I can learn a lot about animation technology. Lectures in ICYM are very experienced in this industry compared to other colleges. They taught us all the knowledge about animation so the that we can improve our experience in the animation industry today.

    Mohd Asyraf Abd Rahman • Diploma in Animation, Lead Animator, Les’ Copaque Production

  • leekamThere is always a motivating environment in ICYM drives me to success. Spending time together with lectures and friends enable us to learn our own mistakes. Learning experience has turned me into an all-rounded individual. It was an extraordinary experience for me.

    Lee Kam Shann • Diploma in Multimedia Technology Best Student

  • asyrafI am grateful to be given the opportunity to study in ICYM as I am able to increase my knowledge in Animation, theoretically and practically. ICYM is definitely the right choice for those who want to learn in the field of Animation because the college has provided the complete and conducive environment for learning as well as practical experiences. 

    Asyraf Abdullah • Diploma in Animation Technology ,Senior Render Artist & Technical Manager, Les’ Copaque Production

  • intanBecoming an ICYM graduate is a prestigious acknowledgement. I would like to thank all my lecturers for their dedications and self esteems, as well as having the reputation as honourable academicians and educators. I am really touched by their personality and professionalism shown. Thank you for guiding and transforming us for what we are today.

    Intan Safinas Haji Abdul Samat • Diploma in Media Technology Executive, Education & Training