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Penalties and Sanctions

Late Payment

Late payment penalty will be imposed by the University for payment received after the fee payment due date.

Important: If you are sending your cheque / bankdraft via post or courier, you must ensure the payment is received by the Cashier’s Office before payment due date.

Penalty charge will be incurred on returned cheques, due to technical error at RM10.00

Late Fees

Various deadlines apply for unit enrolment and withdrawal. Students should ensure they comply with these deadlines as there is no guarantee that late applications will be accepted. Late fee also applies if course fees are not paid by the due date.

Late fees are outlined in the table below.

Late re-enrolment in unit (where accepted) RM100
Late Payment Fees – Course Fee (Foundation & Diploma) RM150
Late Payment Fees – Course Fee (Undergraduate & Postgraduate) RM200
Late Withdrawal Fees (where applicable and where approved) Up to RM500 per application
Late Visa Renewal Fees RM100

Late Payment Fees – Course Fee A late fee will be imposed for payment received after the fee payment due date, or failure to pay installment of course fee (if applicable) by an agreed due date for each installment. Fee payment due dates are stated in the Academic Calendar and application for Fee Installment Plan.

Late fee will only be waived in exceptional circumstances. Documentary evidence supporting the appeal will be required accompanying the appeal letter.

Non Payment of Fees or Charges

A late fee will be applied to your student account for course fee payment received by the University after the payment due dates.

Sanctions will be applied to your student account when there are outstanding fees or charges. If your account is sanctioned, you will not be able to re-enrol, and access to academic and administrative services may be barred.

The sanction will also prevent access to results and academic transcripts, attendance to graduation ceremony and issuing of awards. If you are enrolled as an international student, your student visa is also at risk.

Once the fees or charges have been paid the sanction will be removed.

With effect from Semester 2, Year 2011, by each study period’s census date*, if a student account remains outstanding and students fails to set up an alternative financial arrangement with the University, his / her enrolment will be cancelled by the University at the census date*.

For any enquiries on your outstanding fee status, please contact the University’s Cashier’s Office at

*Census date is the date at which an enrolment is considered final in a study period. These census dates are updated and published in the University’s website at Academic Calendar