Please note the Entry Into Sarawak SOPs as set out by the Sarawak state government below. This is effective 1 April 2022.
18 years old and above who have received two primary doses of the Sinovac vaccine and 60 years old and above who are fully vaccinated with any type of COVID-19 vaccines are required to get a third dose of vaccine (booster) to keep their fully vaccinated status. This applies to all citizens and non-citizens.
Malaysia will also accept COVID-19 vaccines that are not listed under the World Health Organisation’s Emergency Use Listing but are approved by regulatory agencies in other countries.
Email all the above to email@example.com, with the following format:
Subject line: Visa Application (NEW) - NAME (Student ID - if applicable)
In the email body, include:
For any concerns/doubts on travelling procedures, kindly contact Sarawak Disaster Management Committee.
No. However, you are required to follow the University’s COVID-19 SOPs at all times.
You can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and they can assist you for off-campus accommodation. Our on-campus accommodation is currently unavailable due to Campus refurbishment.
Students and staff have access to:Library
Study corners availability will follow the campus opening hours.
Open access labs and BYOD room (B413) daily opening hours:
Students who have not been vaccinated due to a medical condition or cannot return to campus due to visa issues will need to inform the University via email to email@example.com.
We will let you know how you will be supported with your learning through hybrid or online classes before you make it back to campus.