UPU results for SPM students to enter IPTA/ Politeknik Premier 2014/15 session this Saturday, 10 May 2014.
Check your result through SMS
You can check your results from 12.00 noon on UPU website or SMS- UPU<space>RESULT<space>IC Number to 15888 (for example – UPU RESULT 960321086413)
Recently UPU has announced that appeal offer is subject to availability after the registration of new students at the beginning of September 2013. Students may submit their UPU appeal application before the deadline specified above.
You can make 2 options new appeal application or the same as in the first application. The appeal decision will be announced in the second week of September 2013.
For applicants diploma / equivalent categories, be sure to send the documents as requested in the application form to the selection IPTA before August 1, 2013.
Semakan Keputusan UPU IPTA (UPU Result)
Forgot password / system problems – please contact the UPU at 03-8870 6777/6767 for further assistance or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can check your UPU result today. You can check the status of your application into public universities for the 2011/2012 academic session starting today noon. All the best and good luck.
Public Universities Intake Results Out Tomorrow
KUALA LUMPUR, May 5 (Bernama) -- Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) leavers, or students with equivalent qualifications, can check the status of their application into public universities for the 2011/2012 academic session starting noon Tomorrow (May 6).
Results can be obtained through the Higher Education Ministry's hotline at 03-88835858, helpline at 03-88835848 and general line at 03-88835801/5802, said a statement from the ministry here Thursday.
Candidates can also visit the websites http://upu.mohe.gov.my, http://www.jpt.utm.my and http://www.jpt.uum.edu.my or get the information using the short-messaging service (SMS) by typing UPU RESULT (identification card number) and send to 15888.
Anda boleh membuat Semakan Keputusan UPU ke IPTA dengan segera di SEMAKAN KEPUTUSAN UPU /IPTA
If no offer is received from the public universities, your application is considered failed.
UPU E-appeal Application
E-appeal then be offered to those candidates who did not received any offer. UPU follows their One-Offer Policy, whereby those who received an offer and not eligible to make appeals for reconsideration.
Successful candidates can print their offer letters starting Saturday through the websites of the respective universities and confirm their acceptance within seven working days, before or on May 14.
According to the statement, the ministry has agreed to implement an open offer policy, whereby many excellent SPM 2010 candidates will receive more than one offer.
"Successful applicants are advised to choose their preferred programme wisely and register on the day and time stated," it said.
The ministry urged unsuccessful applicants to consider other programmes such as Form Six, Technical Education and Vocational Training Institutions (TEVT), Skills Training Institutes (ILKA), polytechnics, community colleges and others.
The statement added that appeals can be made through the e-Rayuan application within 10 working days the official application results were announced through http://upu.mohe.gov.my.
The closing date for appeals is May 16, whereby results will be announced the second week of June and those who do not receive any offer four weeks after registration should consider their appeal unsuccessful.--Bernama
IMPORTANT! UPU Practices One Offer Policy
What happen if you reject the offer from UPU? This is a very important question. This is something you must read carefully and to think about. Do you know that UPU practices one offer policy? The answer is YES! UPU practices one offer policy. According to the Pengarah UPU, En. Jamalulail Abu Bakar "If applicants reject the offer from one university they will NOT get any offer from other university as we have one offer policy. They will not be entertained for appeal. Appeal process is ONLY applicable for those who are not offered placement in IPTA"
The statement from the Pengarah UPU, if you get the offer from UPU and you reject it then you will not be give a second chances. Remember about this UPU One Offer Policy
Second Chance for Students who failed to secure places at public universities at private institutions
The Malaysian Education Ministry is currently looking for a solution to help students who were left with no offer through a working solution with private education institutes and the National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN).
It is expected that a list of private college and universities (IPTS) will have places available to accomodate the students is in progress. The students will then recieved assistances from PTPTN and their loans are convertible to scholarship if the student obtain 1st class honours.