Once registered, candidates will follow an approved course of higher education (may include prescribed course work) and research under the direction and supervision of the supervisor (or supervisors) for a period of not less than four semesters for full-time candidates and not less than six semesters for part-time candidates.
Subject to the consent of the Senate, a candidate may be allowed to follow courses of study and research in other universities or other educational/research institutions. If the approved research site is located outside Malaysia, the candidate is required to meet the requirements of twelve months residence at the University of Malaya.
Entry requirements for International Candidates following courses and/or writing their Thesis/Dissertation in English:
Last Update: 13/10/2021