How to Apply
As we welcome students from all around the world, we strive to make applying at INTI as easy and seamless as possible.
Explore our application guide on how to apply at INTI as well as what you need to do before studying with us and after arriving in Malaysia.
Here is a simple step-by-step guide on how to apply at INTI.
Apply at INTI
Submit Application Forms
Complete your application and submit the required documents at least 6 weeks (1.5 months) prior to the commencement date of your intake. You can send in enquiries and submit your application via the followings:
International Office (Admission)
INTI International University & Colleges
Level 1, Block C
3 Jalan SS15/8, Subang Jaya
47500 Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
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Receive Offer Letter
If your application is successful, we will issue an Offer Letter to you. If your application is unsuccessful, we will inform you in writing.
After issuing the Offer Letter, we will submit your student visa application to Education Malaysia Global Services (EMGS) in Malaysia on your behalf. This process will take approximately 1 to 2 months
Prepare for your International Study
Step 1: Obtain Student Visa Approval Letter
Upon obtaining your Student Visa Approval Letter issued by Malaysia’s Immigration Office, you are required to pay a Pre-Payment Fee of RM18,000 (approximately USD5,335*) before the original Visa Approval Letter is sent to you.
For students who only require a Single Entry Visa, kindly bring the original Visa Approval Letter together with your passport to the nearest Malaysian Embassy/Consulate as you are required to obtain a single entry permit before entering Malaysia.
(*Rates are subject to change without prior notice.)
Step 2: Inform INTI of Your Scheduled Arrival
Complete and submit the Airport Pick-up Form via fax or email to INTI’s International Office (Services) at least 5 (five) working days prior to your arrival in Malaysia.
INTI’s International Office will acknowledge receipt of your Airport Pick-up Form and provide the name and contact details of the International Office officer who will be meeting you at the airport.
Step 3: Bring Relevant Documents
Remember to bring along these documents before arriving:
- Original Passport with validity of at least 12 months
- Original High school certificates and transcripts
- Original copy of Visa Approval Letter and Single Entry Visa
- Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate (for African nationalities)
Step 4: Prepare for Your Arrival in Malaysia
Find out what you need to do when you arrive in Malaysia and INTI.
Step 1: Submit Arrival Card at Immigration
Complete the Disembarkation Card (Arrival Card) which will be provided by the airline or you can get them at the airport’s arrival hall. Upon your arrival at the airport, proceed to the Immigration Office Student Waiting Area where an INTI representative will escort you through the Immigration checkout point for visa clearance. Important note: Immigration will not release a student without the presence of an INTI representative.
Step 2: Check-in to Your Accommodation
If you have booked a room in INTI’s hostel, an INTI officer will help you to check-in to your accommodation.
Step 3: Report to International Office
Report to the International Office upon your arrival or the next working day (Monday to Friday, 9am to 6pm) to complete required forms (including medical check-up), be briefed on relevant information, and open a bank account (upon request). You will be given one (1) week to settle the matters.
Step 4: Report to Accommodation Office
Head over to the Accommodation Office to be briefed on hostel’s rules and regulations and an invoice will be generated for you to make payment.
Step 5: Take the English Placement Test and Enrol for Subjects or Courses
Sit for the English Placement Test, unless you have been exempted, to determine your course level. After the release of the English Placement Test results, you may proceed to enrol for your subjects or courses with the assistance of INTI’s International Office (Services) staff.
Step 6: Submit Your Passport
Submit your original passport to the International Office one (1) week from your arrival date for student pass endorsement. You will be given a certified true copy of your passport and an acknowledgement slip as your temporary identification.