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Check appeal status online

Students who have filed appeals with regard to entry into public institutions of higher learning for the 2006/ 2007 academic session can check their status online from Monday.

NS just one way to earn merit points

From RAHMAH HUSSAIN, Director of Student, Admission Department, Higher Education Ministry, Kuala Lumpur.

Ministry’s system good enough to handle appeals

The Higher Education Ministry will handle appeals from students who failed to obtain places in public universities objectively.

Help for students filing appeals

Sally Ng and her mother left her home in Johor Baru early on Tuesday to get to the Higher Education Ministry, where special counters have been opened to assist those appealing for a place in public universities.

Those without a place can file appeal at website

Students who failed to get a place in public universities can appeal via the Higher Education Ministry's website at I>a href=http://www.mohe.gov.my>www.mohe.gov.my/a>/I>.

Branding Malaysia

THE Malaysia Education Promotion Centre (MEPC), the Higher Education Ministry#039;s international promotions arm, provides a service to prospective international students by giving information on education, culture and lifestyle.

Panel to fine-tune report

A new 21-member committee is being set up to fine-tune the recommendations of the Wan Zahid Higher Education Report, released last month.

Over 450 people gave feedback for Zahid report

More than 450 stakeholders were roped in to give input for the Wan Zahid Higher Education Report through dialogue and roundtable discussions.

Students finally get online for varsity applications

STPM holders around the country are breathing sighs of relief as they are finally able to submit university applications via the Higher Education Ministry's websites.

Varsity application deadline extended

Students rushing to submit their university application forms can breathe a sigh of relief - instead of the usual 10 working days after the results come out, the deadline has been extended to March 31 for both SPM and STPM holders.