Visas only for 'real students'


THE reputation of the country’s higher education institutions will be affected if no action is taken to curb illegal student activities as this could discourage international students from choosing to study in Malaysia.

Taylor’s University vice-chancellor and president Prof Datuk Dr Hassan Said hoped the Higher Education Ministry and the Immigration Department would find an effective mechanism to speed up the process of issuing visas for genuine students.

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