Have you ever wanted to do something different during the summer?
Why not join our International High School Summer Programme!You will be able to:
- gain insight into university life in Malaysia
- learn about subjects you might be interested in studying at university
- meet new people from all over the world
- explore the city
Programme Details :
2021 Programme has been postponed to 2022 (depending to the current situation of Covid-19 in Malaysia)
Any new updates will be updated by May/June 2021.
“To call the Summer Program a marvellous opportunity would be an understatement. Exciting, eventful, and enlightening, it is truly the experience of a lifetime!".
-Ammar Muhammad, Pakistan-
“With the balance of learning and playing games during the workshops, I felt that it did not only provide a platform for socialising but also an entertaining way of learning new subjects”
"The programme was a valuable experience with the acquired knowledge and friendships created broaden my views this summer."
-Jia Zheng, China
You will have the chance to use our state-of-the-art research facilities, taught by experienced academics. Participants will introduce to all Faculties.
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
1. The Nottingham Business School (NUBS)
Businesses today are in very dynamic environments - and one place where they get money to do business is the stock market. So what is investments and stock trading? Have you ever wondered what investors actually do? Find out more about how financial markets function and learn about the stock trading process via a financial trading room at Nottingham University Business School Malaysia (NUBS). The trading room at NUBS will give you real-life exposure to the discipline of investment analysis using trading simulation software. And did you think businesses are there to make profits ? They are also also are involved in social and community. NUBS faculty will introduce you to how businesses involve in social and environment development while doing their business profitably.
2. The Centre for English Language and Foundation Education (CELFE)
Problems and disagreements are part and parcel of life, and should be seen as a source of enrichment, not misery. Confidence in one’s own problem solving and argumentation skills boosts one’s employability. However, problem solving and articulating strong arguments are skills that need to be sharpened with exposure and practice. Learn how to analyse problems and select the best solutions, and discover techniques for wining arguments through fun activities run by CELFE tutors.
Faculty of Engineering
Learn and think as an engineer for creating a better environment towards sustainability. The interactive hand-on activities organised by various disciplines of engineering will enhance your physics fundamental and inspire your career prospects. You will experience the challenges encountered by engineers and how to overcome the situation with proper design approaches.
Faculty of Science
You will get the chance to learn about the research activities within our faculty and see our state-of-the-art laboratory facilities. You will also get to take part in some hands-on demonstrations, which could include:
- Biomedical Sciences: look at disease under a microscope
- Computer Science: explore how to create your own app
- Psychology: peek into psychology and learn how our mind can play tricks on us and many other types of scientific activities and demonstrations.
Social and cultural programme
As well as giving you a taste of the most up-to date teaching and research, the programme offers activities which will take you away from the classroom. These activities will give you the chance to spend time with fellow students while exploring the local area. Activities include:
Tour of Kuala Lumpur
Taking in Putrajaya and the areas surrounding Kuala Lumpur and there will be a photo session in the city centre.
Visit some of the major shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur as well as the night markets around town.
• High school students Year 11 and above (16 to 17 years of age)
• From Malaysia or international school abroad
• IELTS 5.5 or * Other English language certificates will be considered
Programme Fee and Payment Methods
The six-day programme will cost USD500 per applicant. *An early bird discount of 10% will be given if the full fee is paid by 30 May 2020.
The cost includes:
- all tuition and classroom support costs
- accommodation on campus for the duration of the programme
- cultural and social programme
- most meals are included in the package and meals during trips which are organised by the University
The cost does not include:
- return ticket to Malaysia
- accommodation and transportation for additional stay/excursions
- insurance (International students will need to sort out their own travel insurance before leaving their country)
*An early bird discount of 10% will be given if the full fee is paid by 30 May 2020. Full payment should be made by 10 July 2020.
Credit card or debit card
Debit or Credit cards covered by MasterCard/Visa/American Express are accepted via our online payment by following these steps:
- Select “International High School Summer Programme” under the Fees Name
- Fill up your personal details
- Payment USD500- Kindly convert to MYR (Malaysian Ringgit)
- Payment Description : International High School 2020 - I0027.54.04
Please attach your payment record together with your application form and email it to us.
Bank transfers (telegraphic transfers) or direct bank-in to the following banks:
The beneficiary name should be "THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM IN MALAYSIA SDN BHD".
Purpose : International High School Summer Programme 2020 - I0027.54.04
CIMB Bank Berhad
No 17 Jalan Jelok 6Metro Point 43000 Kajang Selangor
Bank Account Number:8008306319
Swift Code: CIBBMYKL
Please take note that effective immediately students from Iran, Sudan, Cuba, Myanmar, Syria, Crimea and North Korea are advised to pay their fees through Affin Bank Berhad.
We have been informed that HSBC will no longer accept remittance from these countries.
Affin Bank Berhad
Jalan Bukit Bintang
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Bank Account Number:
Swift Code: PHBMMYKL
*Cash payments are not acceptable.
Completed online application form
should be emailed by 10 July 2020
. (Student Type will be High School Summer Programme in the application form).
*Participants from Gateway Sri Lanka, please email the application form to email@example.com
Book your place as soon as possible as places are limited!
Please fill in the online Arrival Information Form which is to be submitted at least seven (7) working days before your arrival in Malaysia. This is to assist international students upon their arrival at UNMC.
A free airport pick-up/send off service will be available from :
Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) to campus :
Arrival : 02 August 2020 (Sunday) at 12pm only (*subject to change)
Waiting point will be : BURGER KING - Outside of the Arrival Hall, on your left
Campus to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) :
Departure : 09 August 2020 (Sunday) at 12.30pm only (*subject to change)
Please let us know in advance if you wish to take advantage of this service, and please manage your booking and arrival/departure to fit this time.
Those arriving at KLIA 2, please take the Express train to KLIA, if you would like to take our free airport pick up.
Should you choose to travel on your own, you will need to pay for any costs incurred yourself. There will be no reimbursement for transportation cost.
See Malaysia Campus for detailed information on how to travel from the airport to the campus.
For general enquiries on the International High School Summer Programme, please contact:
Ms. Rita Vengidesan
The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus
Tel: +60 (0)3 8924 8750/8036
Fax: +60 (0)3 8924 8005
The University of Nottingham reserves the right to cancel the event up to a minimum of 10 days before the start date without indemnity. If your course is cancelled by The University of Nottingham, your deposit or full payment will be refunded.
Full fee will be refunded if the cancellation is made 3 weeks before the event. No refund is available later than that and the fee will be brought forward to the next year summer programme.