Services

Services Our list of services that is readily available for all students.

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Insurance

All local students in MMU are encouraged to use MSIG Insurance (MSIG).
Currently, the insurance policy for all local students is RM340 (including GST) per year

  • Benefits – RM 320 (New local students)

    Section A: Hospital Medical & Surgical Insurance

    Outpatient Primary Care (Description of Services)

    Schedule of Benefits Amount
    PCP Clinics
    Consultation including treatment fee Unlimited visits
    Drugs, injections & medications As charged
    Basic laboratory tests & X-rays Payable only when diagnostic result indicates impairment to health
    Non-panel PCP Clinics RM 20 per visit (students to bear anything above RM 20)
    Traditional alternative treatment RM 30 per visit

    Outpatient Specialist Care (Description of Services)

    Schedule of Benefits Amount
    Specialist visits subject to referral
    Consultation including treatment fee Unlimited visits
    Drugs, injections & medications As charged
    Basic laboratory tests & X-rays Payable only when diagnostic result indicates impairment to health
    Ambulatory surgical procedure As charged

    Hospital & Surgical Care (Description of Services)

    Schedule of Benefits Amount
    Hospital room & board, each day up to 365 days RM 100
    Hospital intensive care, each day up to 365 days As charged
    Cash allowance at government hospital up to 356 days RM 50
    Hospital ancillary services As charged
    Pre-admission diagnostic services within 31 days preceeding confinement As charged
    Surgical procedures, anaesthesia & operating theatre fees As charged
    In-hospital physician fees up to 365 days As charged
    Post-hospital physician treatment within 60 days from discharge
    As charged
    Emergency accidental treatment up to 365 days As charged
    Emergency accidental dental treatment As charged
    Ambulance services (road vehicle) As charged
    Malaysian Government Service Tax Up to 5%
    Inpatient treatment for mental illness annual limit RM 2,500
    Reimbursement of college tuition fees due to prolonged period of disability (per semester) RM 5,000
    Claim medical report fee As charged
    Overall limet per person RM 15,000

    Section B: Personal Accident Benefits

    Schedule of Benefits Amount
    Death RM 50,000
    Permanent disablement RM 50,000
    Bereavement allowance RM 3,000

    Section C: Life Benefits

    Schedule of Benefits Amount
    Natural Death RM 10,000
    Permanent total disablement RM 10,000
  • Benefits - RM 180 (Returning local students)

    Section A: Hospital Medical & Surgical Insurance

    Hospital & Surgical Care (Description of Services)

    Schedule of Benefits Amount
    Hospital room & board, each day RM 100
    Hospital intensive care, each day As charged
    Cash allowance at government hospital up to 60 days RM 50
    Hospital ancillary services As charged
    Pre-admission diagnostic services within 31 days preceeding confinement As charged
    Surgical procedures, anaesthesia & operating theatre fees As charged
    In-hospital physician fees As charged
    Post-hospital physician treatment within 60 days from discharge As charged
    Emergency accidental treatment As charged
    Emergency accidental dental treatment As charged
    Ambulance services (road vehicle) As charged
    Malaysian Government Service Tax Up to 5%
    Inpatient treatment for mental illness - annual limit RM 2,500
    Reimbursement of college tuition fees due to prolonged period of disability (per semester) RM 5,000
    Claim medical report fee As charged
    Overall limet per person RM 15,000

    Section B: Personal Accident Benefits

    Schedule of Benefits Amount
    Death RM 20,000
    Permanent disablement RM 20,000
    Bereavement allowance RM 1,000

    Section B: Personal Accident Benefits

    Schedule of Benefits Amount
    Natural Death RM 5,000
    Permanent total disablement RM 5,000
  • How to Use the MSIG Insurance Card

    Outpatient Primary Care

    Students seeking treatment at Panel Clinic Students seeking treatment at Non Panel Clinic
    •Present MSIG card, MSIG member booklet and IC to clinic nurse
    •Complete the GP Panel Clinic Claim form and affix the coupon with the form
    •Consult the doctor and receive treatment
    •Leave without making any payment
    •Consult the doctor and receive treatment
    •Obtain the doctor's certification (with diagnosis / sickness stated on the bill) and pay for the treatment
    •Complete the GP Non Panel Clinic Claim form at the MMU Helpdesk
    •Submit the claim form and medical receipts to MSIG for reimbursement*
    •*All medical bills / receipts subject to amount RM20 only.

    Outpatient Specialist Care

    Students seeking treatment at Specialist Centre
    • Consult the doctor and receive treatment at panel clinic
    • Get referred by the doctor to a specialist (depending on student’s condition)
    • Consult specialist and receives treatment
    • Obtain specialist certification (diagnosis / sickness stated) and bills with a breakdown of payment for treatment
    • Complete GP Non Panel Clinic Claim form at the MMU Helpdesk
    • Submit Claim Form, Medical Receipt, Referral Letter and Laboratory Test Result to MSIG for reimbursement*
      *All medical bills or receipts (including non-panel clinic claim) must be submitted to MSIG Representatives (at MMU Helpdesk) within 30 days.

    Hospital & Surgical Care

    Hospital & Surgical Care
    • Check into hospital
    • Contact hospital admission counter
    • Present MSIG card & IC to hospital nurse
    • Request hospital to contact International SOS for Guarantor Letter
    • Receive necessary inpatient treatment
    • Get discharged from hospital
    • Hospital sends medical bills directly to MSIG for payment
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Multimedia University Emergency Fund

The Multimedia University Emergency Fund set up by the Students Affairs Division is one of the many services provided by MMU to fulfill its welfare obligations to students studying in this University. All Multimedia University students are eligible for this fund. The aim of this fund is to assist students who face difficulty in case of accident or death.

This fund will be active:
  • In case of a student's death, a contribution amounting to RM1,000 will be given to the next of kin;
  • In case of the parent's or guardian's death, a contribution amounting to RM500 will be awarded to the student. This contribution is subject to a maximum of two payments only, per student, and is only valid during the student's duration of study in Multimedia University.
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Co-curriculum subject Credit hours: 2

Compulsory for all students to take up and pass at least one co-curriculum subject in order to graduate. They are free to take more than one co-curriculum subject during their course of study, but they are allowed to take only one subject every trimester.

Sports

The sports program is designed to help students to understand the overall concept of the game of their choice. By the end of the program, they will be able to play the game, understand the basic rules of the game and be able to organise tournaments when asked to do so.

Programmes offered currently:

  • Badminton
  • Basketball (Melaka only)
  • Tennis
  • Volleyball
  • Squash
  • Fencing
  • Swimming (Cyberjaya only)
Martial Art

Martial art courses add to the variety of courses offered to give students more choices. Students who register for the course will be introduced to the basics of each martial art. Students who wish to master the martial art of their interest might opt to join the club organised by the students after completing their basic co-curriculum courses.

Programmes offered currently:

  • Taekwondo
Deejay Program (Cyberjaya only)

This program was introduced to produce our very own radio deejay to help run the nation’s first Internet radio that is based in the university. Students have to attend lectures for theory and based on their performance they also have to do “on air” training for which they produce their own script. A major part of the evaluation will be from the time they are on air.

Cultural

This particular subject is introduced to provide opportunities for students to develop their creativity and performance skills. By the end of the trimester students will have to produce a theater presentation based on the knowledge they gained in class.

Programmes offered currently:

  • Ghazal
  • Theater (Acting)
  • Malaysian Traditional Dance.
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What we offer:

Personal Counseling

Personal Counseling is available on a limited basis. Counselor provides students with counseling to help them in self exploration as it relates to their college experience and their educational goals.

  • individually or in a group
  • concerns with the things that are bothering the client
Educational Counseling
  • deals with improving a student’s efficiency and adequacy in scholastic achievement
  • concerns with matters of choice and planning
Career Counseling

Career counseling enables students to understand their values, interests and skills and to research a variety of career options. The career planning process also assists in learning to manage job/life transitions

  • concerns issues dealing mainly with vocational choices
  • focuses on the development of career decision making skills
  • provides direct assistance in job placements
  • organizes on campus interviews
Workshop

The Counseling Unit also provides short courses and workshops on specific information and skills in the area of counseling and career such as:

  • assertiveness training
  • motivation
  • facing interviews and resume writing
  • study skills
  • counseling techniques
  • communication skills
  • adjusting in a new environment for International Students
  • self-improvement for potential students