New Options for Insurance packages are now available!
EMGS has partnered with more Insurance providers to provide students with the best coverage while you are studying in Malaysia. Attractive and affordable packages ensure that you are covered from the day you land in Malaysia. Click here to learn more!
Goods & Service Tax (GST) on the Application Fees
The Malaysian government has instated a Goods and Services Tax (GST) at the standard rate of 6% with effect from 1 April 2015. A 6% charge will therefore be imposed on fees requested by EMGS with the exception of the Immigration Fees (Student Pass fee and Multiple Entry Visa Fee) which are exempted from the tax.
EMGS Registered Clinics in Bangladesh
Please take note that EMGS has completed the appointment of clinics in Bangladesh. With effect from 1st December 2015, only medical examination reports from the registered clinics on our website will be accepted. Please click HERE for the list of clinic.
Overseas Registered clinics
All students, with the exception of Public University students, need to get a medical check-up done before coming to Malaysia. EMGS has registered clinics in various countries which serve as EMGS nominated clinics. Please click HERE for the list of clinic.
Registered Clinics in Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka
Please take note that EMGS has completed the appointment of clinics in Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka. Only medical screening from the registered clinics will be accepted for students from these 3 countries. (Note: effective from 1st December 2015 for Bangladesh). Please click HERE for the list.
Clarification on the Minister's Announcement Regarding Foreign Student's Applications
The government, in the cabinet meeting on December 22, 2015 has decided to provide additional facilities to assist international students. Please click HERE for clarification of how the new rules will be implemented.
Frequently asked questions
Read our Frequently Asked Questions if you like to know more about studying or living in Malaysia.