FAQ (Online Orientation)

You can get it from EAS ( Enrollment Advice Slip) which is in E-STUDENT

You can visit the Class Management Office page, which is the central contact point for all matters relating to timetabling within Curtin University Malaysia.

Log in to Curtin Moodle with the password of your birthday date (ddmmyy)

You need to activate your Windows login first at any operating computers on campus. Then, use your student email and new password to connect to the WiFi.

You can purchase a LAN cable and plug it into the odd number port in your room.

You may collect them one week after you have taken your photo.

Maximum will take 2 months, but will be faster if there’s a special request.

At Curtin Malaysia’s Bookshop, however to active it, please do visit ICT Help Desk (Heron 1 Building).

It can be used for printing and access to computer labs and 24 hours study area after 5pm and before 8am.

You can usually find this information in the Curtin Malaysia’s Shuttle Service website or at the bulletin board nearby the Student Council office (bus drop-off point).

The library is open every day but depending on the day, they have different opening hours. Check out Curtin Malaysia’s Library page to know their opening hours.

For Engineering and Science Students, you can check it in your moodle. It is usually announced there. For Business student, you may check it outside LTCL3 at Heron 2. And for Humanities student, you may check the faculty admin Level 2, Prinia 2.

Speak to your lectures, they will assist you with your grouping.

You may contact them via your student email. You may find their email on the Curtin Malaysia’s website. Otherwise, you may message them on Moodle too.

You can go to the Health Centre which is located at Ground Floor Prinia 1 (GP1).Consultation is free and you just have to pay for the medicine.

You can call the Security.

After Office Hours/Public Holiday:
+6085-630081(ext.2683) / +6085-630082(ext.2684)

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For Students

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Orientation is seen as a compulsory activity for all new-to-Curtin students. Therefore, failing to attend Orientation means you will miss out on essential information about your units and the Campus.

For students who miss orientation due to unforeseen circumstances, please see information on “Missed Orientation”. Please collect your Orientation Welcome pack from the University Life Office at Ground Floor, Heron 1.

Help is just one step away! Please contact the Orientation Staff Team at +6085 630 100 ext:2711 or email to StudentExperience@curtin.edu.my

Support is always offered in Curtin Malaysia! The Office of Learning and Teaching provides a platform for students to address various learning difficulties. You can send in your enquiry to olt@curtin.edu.my

Each of our Faculties are also available to help you out throughout your years of studies. Click the link below to access the information that they provide!


For Parents

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Some students adjust very well to the university environment. Others may feel like a fish out of water. Similarly, some adapt easily to new learning methods while others find the lack of close monitoring of their progress and completion of tasks surprising. They will soon realise that they have much more control over their studies than they did in school.

Initially, your student may need a fair amount of support and encouragement. Try to put them at ease and assure them that moving away from the security of the school system is an essential transition to independent learning. Curtin Malaysia is an ideal and supportive place to exercise and experiment with this freedom. Allow your student to explore their own methods of time management and self-motivation that they will need to develop throughout their studies and guide them wherever possible.

Encourage your student to seek advice from within the University if they have specific issues that need attention.

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