Tertiary education results out today


PETALING JAYA: Those with Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) qualification or its equivalent who have applied to study in public universities, polytechnics, community colleges and Public Skills Training Institution (ILKA) can check their status from noon today.

In a statement yesterday, the Higher Education Ministry said the application status for certificate, foundation studies, diploma programmes and the Bachelor of Architecture Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) Academic Session 2021/2022 programme could be assessed at https://jpt.utm.my, http://jpt.uum.edu.my, https://jpt.unimas.my, https://jpt.ums.edu.my and http://jpt.umt.edu.my.

Successful candidates are required to accept or decline their offer and may print their offer letter by browsing the admissions page of their respective university websites from tomorrow until July 26.

The official offer letter will be issued by the institutions within 10 days after the offer is accepted.

Those who do not get their chosen course can appeal through UPUOnline for entry to public universities and polytechnics.

Appeals can be done at https://upu.mohe.gov.my until July 26, and appeals to Community Colleges and ILKA can be forwarded directly to the institution.

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