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All University Lectures Online Until End 2020 – Malaysian Ministry of Higher Education

Malaysian Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) Announces “No Face-to-Face Classes at Public and Private Universities & Colleges Until December 31”

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The Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) today said that all university lectures must be conducted purely online, with no face-to-face lessons allowed, until December 31, 2020.

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In a statement on May 27, 2020, MOHE said that exceptions are, however, given to five academic categories involving students.

The first category involves post-graduate students who are in research mode in public and private universities, and have permission to continue their research immediately. This is the only category of students, who are immediately allowed back on campus.

MOHE said that this relaxation, however, is only allowed to students who are required to attend physical laboratories, workshops and design studios or rely on specialised equipment to carry out their research.

Students in the other four categories will have to wait for the conditional movement control order (CMCO) to be lifted.

They include:

  1. Final semester/year certificate, diploma and degree students who need to conduct clinical and practical work or require special equipment (as early as July 1);
  2. Final semester/year students without a conducive environment or access to equipment for online classes (as early as July 1);
  3. Special-needs students in technical and vocational education and training (TVET) programmes in polytechnics and community colleges who require face-to-face guidance due to learning difficulties (as early as Aug 1); and,
  4. The new intake of certificate, diploma and degree students for the 2020/2021 academic session in all public and private universities, polytechnics, and community colleges.

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Teaching & Learning Activities at Private Higher Education Institutions Such as  Private Colleges & Universities to be Online Until End of 2020

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All colleges and universities are to conduct teaching and learning activities online until Dec 31, although certain students will be allowed to be on campus grounds.

While face-to-face lessons will not be allowed, the higher education ministry said in a statement today that exemptions would be given to five categories of students to return to their campuses in stages.

Postgraduate research students in private and public institutions are now allowed to return to campuses, although this is only for those who are required to be there or have need of special equipment.

Subject to the deadline of the conditional movement control order (CMCO), semester/final-year students doing postgraduate studies as well as Diploma and Bachelor’s Degree students who are required to carry out clinical work, practicals, laboratory work, workshops, work in design studios, or are in need of specialised equipment, are allowed to have “Pengajaran dan Pembelajaran” or PdP on their campuses, as early as July 1.

“Semester/final-year students who do not have the access required and are in an unconducive environment for PdP via online are allowed to return to campus as early as July 1, and utilise their on-campus infrastructure for the online PdP online.

“Students with special needs who participate in the Technical and Vocational Training (TVET) education programme at polytechnics and community colleges, and who need to get face-to-face guidance in order to access PdP due to learning difficulties, are allowed as early as August 1,” MOHE said.

Admission or Intake Dates for

The ministry also listed the admission dates in phases for new students, for the 2020/2021 academic year in all public and private institutions, polytechnics as well as community colleges, for the certificate, foundation and diploma levels for Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) leavers, as well as the Bachelor’s Degree programme intake for Sijil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia (STPM) leavers and its equivalent:

  • Admission for certificate and diploma students in polytechnics and community colleges, as early as July 1, 2020.
  • Admission for foundation, certificate, diploma and Bachelor’s Degree students at Private Institutes of Higher Learning (IPTS) as early as July 1, 2020.
  • Admission for foundation and diploma students in public universities, as early as August 1, 2020.
  • Admission for undergraduate and postgraduate students for the research mode at public universities and IPTS, as early as October 1, 2020.

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