Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus

Information for Public

We understand that the public may have questions regarding our intakes, enrolments, finance etc. You may get in touch with us as indicated below.

Note that the information on visiting the campus as indicated below does not apply during the period of MCO (May 29 to June 28 2021).

How you can get in touch with us.

If you’d like to visit us on campus, you may schedule an appointment with us through one of the following channels:

Campus open hours

  1. 7am to 7pm, Mondays to Fridays: the campus is open to staff, student and visitors.
  2. 7pm to 7am from Mondays to Fridays, all weekends and all public holidays: staff, visitors with appointment and vendors/contractors must scan their attendance via the University Security Register QR at the Guard House, Main Gate

Vehicle entry into campus

Entry into the campus is via Jalan Uplands (main gate) only. Borneo Parking System (BPS) operates from 9am to 7pm, Monday to Friday, hence parking fee applies. Season cardholders may exit via the Main Gate or the Exit Gate next to the hostels (Jalan Uplands). Ticketed entries (i.e. non-season cardholders) can only exit via the Exit Gate next to the hostels.

Pedestrian entry into campus

Pedestrians may enter the campus ONLY via the main gates.

Due to the construction around campus, the entrances below are closed:

  • side gate facing Jalan Simpang Tiga overhead bridge
  • the turnstile gate next to LineQ

Be reminded that when entering the campus you will be expected to produce a valid student/staff ID card by the security personnel.

Temperature taking stations at all main buildings (Building A, E, G and the Multipurpose Hall)

It is compulsory for everyone to scan MySejahtera / QMUNITY / COVIDTrace QR code that is already put in place at all the temperature taking stations. Anyone who wish to enter any of these buildings are required to have their temperature taken at the designated temperature taking station.

A coloured sticker will be issued to those whose temperature is less than 37.5 degree Celsius. This sticker is to be displayed prominently at all times. Those with temperature 37.5 degree Celsius or higher will be asked to leave the campus, and to seek medical assistance.

Temperature Screening


Arrival at your destination

Once you have reached your destination i.e. offices, library, the gym, all laboratories and meetings rooms, you must scan the Swinburne Sarawak Attendance QR code for attendance taking purposes required by MoHE.

Do I need to wear a face mask or face covering on campus?

Yes. The Malaysia Government has strongly advised on the wearing of face mask/face coverings once leaving the home and when at public places.