RESPONSE TO COVID-19
Dear Students, Parents and Staffs,
According to the latest announcement of the Prime Minister of Malaysia on 28th June 2021, Malaysia will extend the Full Movement Control Order (FMCO) until further notice.
Under the Malaysian National Security Council (Majlis Keselamatan Negara (MKN)), Raffles University City Campus will be temporarily closed during FMCO. All university operations and classes will continue on the virtual platform.
Dear Prospective Students,
Stay safe, Stay healthy. Thank you!
31st May 2021
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STANDARD OPERATING PROEDURE (SOP)
- All staff and students entering the campus premises are compulsory to wear face mask and practice good personal hygiene.
- Only Entrance at Level 2 Kotaraya is accessible.
- Body Temperature Measurement at Level 2 Lobby.
- Scan the QR code that is located at Level 2 Lobby and key in your body temperature.
- Lifts are limited to 3 people at one time.
- Students are required to scan another QR code again before they enter the classroom
- Social distancing is marked to ensure a safe distance of 1 meter between the workstation/desk.
- Sanitisers are available at the entrance of each level
- If a student/staff develop symptoms at work, or temperature shown 37.5 or above, they should inform SAS immediately. A response team will activate the tracing procedures.
*Further notice to be released.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is Covid-19?
Covid 19 can be transmitted through Airborne, human contact, contaminated objects and wild animal contact.
The symptoms are fevers, cough, sneeze, shortness of breath.
- View more information about Covid-19 at here.
- View the latest information about Covid-19 in Malaysia here
How can I prevent Covid-19?
- Always wash your hand
- #Stayhome during MCO period
- Wear a mask when you go out
- Avoid touching your face with unwashed hand
- Local Students:
- International Students:
Is the RU campus opened?
Yes! Only visitor with 2 doeses of vacinne + 14 days are allowed to visit campus.
Will I have to defer my semester due to MCO?
We are taking all steps to assist you, our students, to complete this semester successfully. You will be required to complete the rest of the semester through online classroom, presentations and examinations until further notice.
What do you mean by Virtual University?
During virtual operation, staff and students will operate from home and communicate using RU’s digital platforms.
How about my examination?
The examinations will be held online. You will be given instructions later on the rules and regulations for the online examinations.
What action has been taken for International Students?
International office staff will visit hostel or communicate, preferably by video, with hostel students daily to ensure students have sufficient food supplies and are in good health.
Who should I contact if I am facing any issue?
Please contact International Students Office at +60167101269
Can I enrol to RU during the MCO period?
Yes! We are accepting enrollment for January 2021 Intake. Contact us now at +60177029838 / firstname.lastname@example.org / click here for more information.
How can I get further details regarding the programme of Raffles University?
Our Education Consultant is available for any queries about the programmes at Raffles University from 9am – 6pm during the MCO period. Contact us now at +60177029838 / email@example.com / click here for more information.
Students Administration and Services Department (SAS)
Admission / International Students Office
+60177029838 / firstname.lastname@example.org / click here
What is Malaysia Movement Control Order?
Prime Minister of Malaysia announced Malaysia Movement Control Order on 16 March 2020 to prevent the further penetration of Covid-19.
Movement Control Order (CMCO)
Phase 1: 18 March 2020 – 31 March 2020.
Phase 2: 1 April 2020 to 14 April 2020.
Phase 3: 15 April 2020 – 28 April 2020.
Phase 4: 29 April 2020 – 3 May 2020
All education institution, entertainment and shops have to be closed. Only grocery store, restaurant and particular industries are allowed to open from 7 am – 7 pm. However, the dine-in section is not permitted; it is replaced with take-away or delivery only. Malaysian residents are required to stay home, with only one household is allowed to purchase stuff outdoor.
Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO)
Phase 5: 4 May – 11 May 2020
Phase 6: 12 May – 9 June 2020
Some of the economic sectors are allowed to operate. However, the business has to follow the standard operation procedures (SOPs) including social distancing, wearing of facial mask, sanitising the common area and so on. A large gathering is prohibited. Interstate travels is only allowed with valid reason.
Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO)
Phase 7: 10 June – 31 August 2020
Most of the businesses are allowed to operate as long as they are following the SOPs such as recording of clients’ data for tracking purpose, temperature measuring, mask-wearing and so on.
With the latest announcement of the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), there are 5 categories tertiary education students are allowed to resume their face-to-face learning environment from July onward. Read more here.