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UTP opens applications for foundation and degree programmes for 09/2011 intake
Posted: 25 July 2011
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  • Universiti Teknologi Petronas (UTP) have opened it's doors for Malaysian students to apply for entry in 2011.
     
  • Application for Foundation Programme is open to all SPM holders and equivalent.
     
  • Application for Undergraduate Programme is open to students with qualifications in STPM, Diploma, Malaysian Matriculation, A-Level, International Baccalaureate and equivalent.
     
  • Application for Foundation and Undergraduate Programmes (Malaysians only) for September 2011 intake must be made through online beginning 22nd July until 11th August 2011.
     
  • Check your application status via the UTP website starting from 19th August 2011 onwards.
     
  • Important documents to be produced with printed online application are as follows:
    (a) A copy of applicant’s and parents’ or guardian’s I/C (certified true copy);
    (b) A copy of parents’ or guardian’s salary slip or Borang J (certified true copy);
    (c) A copy of applicant’s birth certificate (certified true copy);
    (d) A copy of applicant’s SPM results (certified true copy);
    (e) A copy of applicant’s STPM or Diploma or Malaysian Matriculation or A-Level or International Baccalaureate final result – application for Undergraduate Programme only (certified true copy);
    (f) A copy of applicant’s co-curricular certificates as stated in the on-line application form (certified true copy);
    (g) A copy of CIMB payment slip (RM20.00) as proof of payment for Processing Fee (certified true copy).
     
(All the above documents can be certified by a Government Officer (Division 1) or Oath Commissioner or Penghulu or Headmaster or Deputy Headmaster ONLY).

  • All decision made by the University is final and any related correspondence will not be entertained.
     
  • For any inquiry regarding the application, please contact 05-368 8407/ 8156/ 8359/ 8153/ 8406 (Monday – Friday, 9.00 am – 4.30 pm).
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