Airport Pick-up & Procedure
Upon approval of application, students need to notify Elite international College (EIC) about their flight details (e.g. schedule and information) at least 1 week before their arrival. A college representative will pick-up the students from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) / Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) and do the immigration clearance for them. On arrival, students are advised to wait at the immigration office at KLIA/LCCT airport.
As Malaysia imposes exchange controls, students are not allowed to bring into the country a large amount of Malaysian Ringgit. Students will be required to declare the amount of currency that they bring into the country. Students are therefore advised to bring along with them the currency of their home country and perform the currency exchange in Malaysia later or use Traveller’s Cheques.
Note : Students may request from the IS Office/Marketing Department the Airport Arrival Services.
|Step 1 : In Home Country||Students MUST inform and fill out the Airport Arrival Services Form then fax to the IS Office at 603-2032 3688 or email to the in-charge Marketer at least 7 days before departure the following information:
Note : EIC will not be held responsible for any consequences if the above instructions are not complied with. Priority for airport pick-up is for registered students only. Accompanying persons need to arrange for their own transportation.
|Step 2 : Before Departure||Before students leave for the airport, they must make sure to bring along the following important documents:
|Step 3: On the Airplane||Students are required to fill out the Disembarkation Card provided by the airline crew. Please keep the card stub.|
|Step 4 : Arrival At KLIA||On leaving the airplane, students are required to board a “sky-train” which will take them from Terminal C to the Baggage Reclaim & Immigration Terminal.
Note: Students must take the sky-train within 20 minutes on disembarking the plane.
|Step 5 : At Immigration Counter||An EIC representative shall await students at the Immigration Counter 42 for those arriving at KLIA airport and at the Immigration Counter 10 for those arriving at LCCT Sepang airport. Students will then be guided to the Immigration Counter for clearance purposes.
Important Note : The Immigration Officer WILL NOT release any students without the presence of an EIC representative to confirm the identity of the students.
|Step 6 : Arrival at EIC||Upon the clearance of the immigration, the EIC representative will offer a Welcome Letter to students as they arrive at EIC while the IS Office will provide briefing to students.|
|Step 1 : Report at EIC||Students must report themselves at the IS Office, EIC (located on 1st Floor) on or the next following day of arrival. The following needs to be filled out at the IS Office:-
Students must settle any necessary due payments prior to the Programme Selection and commencement of classes. The IS Office shall assist students to open a bank account. During Orientation, students will be briefed on EIC’s rules and regulations.
Note : Attendance at Orientation is COMPULSORY.
|Step 2 : Student ID Card Collection||Students may collect their student ID card from the Registry Department / IS Office within 3-7 working days post-Orientation.|
|Step 3: Student Pass Endorsement||Students MUST submit their Passport and pay the Student Pass Endorsement fee as indicated in the given schedule to the IS Office. The IS Office will prepare and provide to students a certified true copy of their Passport for safekeeping while the Malaysian Immigration Department processes their Student Pass Endorsement.
It would take at least 60 days for the Malaysian Immigration Department to issue the Visa Approval Letter. Please take note that it is the prerogative of the Malaysian Immigration Department to approve or reject any visa applications.
It is the responsibility of the students to check with the Malaysian Embassy in their country regarding any special requirements or visa requirements before coming to Malaysia. For example, students may need to apply for a single entry visa to enter Malaysia together with the Visa Approval Letter, in order to avoid a fine.
African students are required to take the necessary inoculation(s) (injections) especially the Yellow Fever Vaccination before coming to Malaysia. A copy of the Medical Certificate must be produced for verification by the Malaysian Immigration Department.