There are three intakes per year. All programmes are offered in March, June and September / October intakes. International students are required to submit applications two month before semester begins.
English is the language of instruction at the University.
International student whose native language is not English must provide evidence of English proficiency before he/she can register for a programme.
|Paper||Details||Undergraduate Minimum Requirements||Postgraduate Minimum Requirement|
|TOEFL||Test of English as a Foreign Language||410 (Paper Based) or 34 (Internet Based)||550* (Paper Based) or 60 (Internet Based)|
|* Communication & language programmes require TOEFL 600 or equivalent.|
|IELTS||International English Language Testing System||Band 5.0||Band 6.0|
|Institutions / Language Centres||Undergraduate||Postgraduate|
|CRWMC Language Centre||Upper-Intermediate||Advanced|
|ELS Language Centre||106||107|
|Malvern International College (Kasturi College International)||Intermediate||Academic Skills|
|Al-Barakah Language Center||Level 5||Level 6|
|INTI International College||EIP 130||EIP 140|
|International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM)||Level 5||Level 6|
|Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (APU) / UCTI||Upper Intermediate||Advanced|
|Erican Language Centre||Upper Intermediate||Advanced|
|UCSI University||Level 8 (Intermediate)||Level 9 (Upper Intermediate)|
|British Council Malaysia||Intermediate||Upper Intermediate|
|International Malaysia Education Centre (IMEC)||Intermediate||Upper intermediate|
|KBU International College||Intermediate||Advanced|
|Cambridge Placement Test (CEFR)||B1||B2|
Students are required to sit for the English Placement Test before enrolment if they do not meet the requirements. Students would be required to pursue IUKL’s Intensive English Programme (IEP) as a preparation to sit for IELTS or TOEFL if they do not meet the higher English proficiency of some programmes. Read More.
Please note that some programmes may require higher English language proficiency. Kindly refer to the particular programme for further information and feel free to contact the International Marketing Office or refer to the relevant schools or centres for guidance.
1. Student originate from a country where English is the lingua franca.
2. Academic qualification from institutions which English is the medium of instruction.