International Students
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Please refer to our International Student Application Procedure (includes programme fees) if you are an International student who would like to study in MCKL. You will be required to fill and submit an International Student Application Declaration Form.


Frequently Asked Questions


What do I do if I am currently studying in another institution and would like to transfer to MCKL?

Processing Fees and Student Pass fees will still apply to students who transfer from another Malaysian college with an existing student pass. Transferring students will need to bring their:
  • Release letter from the present college
  • Photocopy of Passport x2
  • Photocopy of Student Visa
  • Passport photos x6
  • Attendance Report from your present college
  • Academic Report from your present college
  • Medical Health Report (done within the last 6 months)


May I get a dependent visa for my parents?

Dependent passes are no longer provided for the parents of international students. Such passes are only issued if the student is studying for an Honour's or Master's degree.


Are International Students allowed to work?

All international students studying at public or private higher educational institutions are allowed to work part-time.

Conditions for part-time work

Students are allowed to work part-time for a maximum of 20 hours per week only during semester breaks or holidays of more than seven days at restaurants, petrol kiosks, mini markets and hotels as long as their student passes remain valid. Students are NOT permitted to work as cashiers. In addition, in the hotel sector, students are not allowed to work as singers, masseurs, musicians or GROs. Students are not allowed to engage in any job or activity deemed to be immoral.

Application to work part-time must be made through the educational institution at which the student is studying. The student needs to be present with the educational institution representative at the Immigration Department when submitting the application.