Results of public university applications to be released on Wednesday (Sept 15)

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  • Wednesday, 15 Sep 2021

PETALING JAYA: The results of applications to study in public universities for the 2021/2022 academic session will be out on Wednesday (Sept 15).

The Higher Education Ministry said this is for Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) or equivalent leavers.

“Results can be viewed online from 12pm onwards from Sept 15 until Sept 25, through the following links:






“Confirmation of acceptance of the offer and the offer letter can be printed from the universities’ website from Sept 16 to Sept 25,” it said in a statement on Wednesday (Sept 15).

The Ministry said that official offer letters will be issued by the universities to successful applicants starting Sept 16, adding that this will be after candidates have confirmed their acceptance of the offer within 10 days.

Only applicants who failed to receive an offer letter can submit their appeal through UPUOnline via within 11 days, starting from Sept 15 until Sept 25.

“Offers for the 2021/2022 academic session are final and any application to change programme or university are not allowed," it said.

“Appeals are subject to vacancies offered according to the programmes after the registration of new students is completed,” the Ministry added.

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