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Academic Programs    
English for communication and English for Business

Level 1: SYNOPSIS
The course is designed to develop the skills required to succeed in today’s academic and work environment.

Level 2: SYNOPSIS
Students will be prepared with content knowledge for competitive academic and job market. The module is to train them so that they are better prepared to face stiff expectations in the business and academic world.

Level 3: SYNOPSIS
To prepare students for effective business communication (oral and written) by placing emphasis on (among other aspects) internal and external communication of an organization, business terminologies and expression and preparation of business documents via proposal and reports.

Level 4: SYNOPSIS
This course is designed to provide students with the essential of communication skills by incorporating an overview of internal and external/oral and written communication as prevalent in the working world The course trains the students to be analytical and critical of what they read. It further trains them to present their research/documents/ideas logically in an organized and logical manner in order to convince an audience.




French (Levels 1 - 3)

Level 1: This course introduces students to the basic knowledge of reading, writing and listening in French language. The aim is to develop the basic ability, strategies and skills to understand spoken French It covers the basic level of proficiency in French; in the skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing.

Level 2: This course introduces students to the basic knowledge of reading, writing and listening in French language. Develop the French language in the context of daily life, strategies and skills to understand spoken French. It covers the intermediate level of proficiency in French, in the skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing.

Level 3: The course introduces students to the everyday situations such as having a small talk, taking a cab etc. Enables students to use French expression writing, speaking and listening in French language. Develop the ability, strategies and skills to take students French on the road. It covers all aspects of French speaking parts, and also how to handle emergencies.

Entry Requirement   
This website allows you to enroll in Pusat Bahasa Suria (Suria Language Center), Malaysia.
What you need:
Before you begin your online application, please make sure that you have the following items required to submit your application.

International Students:
a) 1 set of scanned passport (every page of the whole booklet)
b) 1 set of scanned original high school/college academic transcripts and certificates (any document that is not in english should be accompanied by a certified translation)
c) 1 scanned school release letter
d) 1 scanned passport-sized photograph
e) International student application fee
Entering Malaysia   
ARRIVAL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE KUALA LUMPUR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (KLIA) FOR NEW STUDENTS
(A) WITH APPROVAL LETTER FROM MALAYSIAN IMMIGRATION DEPARTMENT
Please follow the instructions:

Upon arrival, proceed to the Immigration Check Point. Please note that if your plane last arrival is at the Satellite Building, you will have to take an Aerotrain to the main Terminal Building where the Immigration Check Point is located. The Aerotrain will arrive at Level Four of the Terminal Building. Take the escalator down to Level Three. Once you have arrived at the Immigration Check Point on Level Three, DO NOT queue up with the rest of the arriving passengers. Kindly wait for our officer at the waiting point. Please do not move too far from this area. Please call us in the event you are not able to find our officer half an hour after you have arrived at the Immigration area.

REMINDER: DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS TO ENTER MALAYSIA
(a) Immunization Certificate
Residents of South America and Africa are required to possess a valid immunization certificate for Yellow Fever. Residents from these two regions are therefore required to get the vaccination and the immunization certificate for Yellow Fever not less than ten (10) days before they enter Malaysia. The health regulations of Malaysia require those arriving from these two regions without a valid immunization certificate or before the inoculation period to be immediately quarantined for a period deemed necessary by the health authorities at KLIA.

(b) International Passport
Preferably with at least five years’ validity

(c) Visa
If regulation in their home country requires students to obtain a visa before leaving the country, the students should make such application at the nearest Malaysian Embassy/Consulate Office. For this purpose students are advised to bring along with them to the nearest Malaysian Embassy/Consulate Office the “Letter of Approval for Foreign Student Studying in Malaysia” issued by the Immigration Department, Malaysia. If regulation in their home country does not require students to obtain a visa before leaving the country, the students may proceed to Malaysia without a visa. A visa will be issued to the students after arrival.

(d) Letter of Approval for Foreign Student Studying in Malaysia.
Our officer will bring along the original approval letter to meet foreign students at the Immigration area at KLIA.




(B) WITHOUT APPROVAL LETTER FROM MALAYSIAN IMMIGRATION DEPARTMENT
Important Notice:
As you have not obtained the approval to study in Malaysia from our Immigration Department, we will not be able to assist you in any way with the Immigration authorities at KLIA. As mentioned in our offer letter, we will not be liable in the event the application for your Student Pass and Visa is rejected by our Immigration Department. Students have to inform the school 3 days before arrival.

Cost of Living   

Estimated Cost of Living in Malaysia



(i) Accommodation:
RM 300 - RM500 (per month for a room)
RM 1500 - RM2000 (per month for a 3- room house/apartment - unfurnished)
RM 1800 - RM2800 (per month for a 3-room house/apartment - partly furnished)

Note: It is a normal practice that the owners will require tenants to sign a Tenancy Agreement for a minimum of 12 months stay. It is also a normal practice that tenants are required to pay up-front rental pre-payment and security deposits, which could be equivalent to three to four months’ rental.

(ii) Food - RM 500 - RM 750 for a month
(iii) Utilities - RM 100 - RM 200
(iv) Internal Travel (by bus) - RM 100 - RM 150 for a month
(v) Books - RM 1500 (per year)