1. What are the programmes offered at UniKL RCMP?
Please refer to Programmes.
2. Are these programmes approved by the relevant authorities?
Yes, all programmes are approved by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) and the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE). Apart from that, our programmes are also approved by the Malaysian Medical Council (MMC), Malaysian Pharmacy Board, and Nursing Board of Malaysia.
3. How much are the tuition fees?
Please refer to Tuition Fees.
4. Are there Any other fees?
Yes. Students need to pay for registration, accommodation, transportation, insurance and lab coat/uniform which may range from RM 1000 – RM3000.00 per semester (if applicable).
5. What are the minimum entry qualifications?
Please refer to Programme for details.
In addition to academic entry requirements, the applicant must also be physically and mentally healthy, and free from any infectious diseases, such as HIV and Hepatitis B.
6. What is the duration of each course?
Duration of each course as follows:
Diploma programmes – 3 years
Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons) – 4 years
MBBS – 5 years
All programmes are full-time courses.
7. When is the intake?
The intake for diploma programmes: - January & July every year.
The intake for degree programmes: - September every year.
8. How to apply?
The application can be made online via www.admission.unikl.edu.my.
Or, applicants can also download our application form from www.rcmp.unikl.edu.my, and you can also walk-in to our campus to apply.
9. When is the closing date for application?
For closing dates for application please refer to www.unikl.edu.my
10. Do I have to go through an interview for admission?
Yes, only for MBBS and Bach of Pharmacy programmes. Only shortlisted candidates will be called for interview.
Applicants for diploma programmes do not require any student interview.
11. Can I use forecast results to apply?
Forecast results are not acceptable; applicant must submit their actual/official result when applying.
12. Does UniKL RCMP impose any quota for each intake?
Yes. The number of seats offered each year is limited.
13. Who will be awarding the diploma and degree?
Universiti Kuala Lumpur
14. Are there any financial aid/sponsorships?
Students who are eligible may apply through UniKL RCMP for a study loan from Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA) or PTPTN (National Higher Education Fund). UniKL RCMP will assist eligible students in their application, however, approval is subject to the terms and conditions set by the respective bodies.
Apart from MARA and PTPTN, we do have students who are sponsored by other healthcare institutions such as Institut Jantung Negara, Subang Jaya Medical Centre, etc.
15. Does the university provide accommodation for students?
Yes, UniKL RCMP provides student residence and the academic building is only walking distance away from the hostel.
16. What time do classes normally start and end?
Classes are normally on weekdays, from 8.00am until 5.00pm. However, there are times when classes may go on until the latter part of the evening, or during weekends when the need arises.
17. Who are the lecturers?
UniKL RCMP has qualified lecturers and specialists with many years of experience in medical and allied health science industry. Many are Malaysians, we also have expatriate specialists from India, Myanmar, Pakistan, Iraq, Indonesia, Bangladesh, England and USA.
18. Which are the teaching hospitals for clinical practice?
UniKL RCMP has agreements with the Ministry of Health Malaysia which enable the students to gain access to government hospitals and clinics in Perak and other states in Malaysia such as Hospital Raja Permaisuri Bainun Ipoh and Hospital Teluk Intan. With this and additional collaborations with other private healthcare institutions, UniKL RCMP potentially offers students greater exposure to a variety of patients and a wide spectrum of diseases.
19. Are the graduates from the Allied Health Science programmes eligible to apply for jobs in government or private healthcare institutions?
Yes, the graduates are eligible to apply for jobs in government and private healthcare institutions. However, recruitment to any government healthcare institution is subject to availability of vacancies as the government is also recruiting their own trainees.
20. How is the job demand for Allied Health Sciences graduates in Malaysia?
Nationwide, the demand for broadly educated health professionals is high.
21. Are graduates of these programmes eligible to pursue further studies at public or private universities?
22. Are the degrees and diplomas recognized internationally?
No. However, nursing graduates who are registered with the Nursing Board Malaysia (NBM) are eligible to serve internationally such as in Middle Eastern countries, Singapore and Australia. Registration with NBM is a statuary requirement for all practising nurses.
23. Does UniKL RCMP accept international students?
24. Would you admit students with Certificate in Nursing into the Diploma in Nursing programme?
25. Can male candidates apply for Diploma in Nursing?
Absolutely. Male and female candidates are EQUALLY welcome.
26. Does UniKL RCMP accept transfer students from other Universities for the MBBS programme, i.e. from Russia, India or Indonesia?
27. Does UniKL RCMP accept transfer students from other Allied Health colleges, such as Masterskill or MAHSA?
Preferably NO. However, alumni from those colleges are welcome to apply for our Degree programmes.