The college calendar is based around two semesters - July to December and January to June. KYUEM accepts students for its A-Level programmes in July and January. Prospective students may approach the College for information and application forms at any time. Admission is dependent on success in public examinations and whilst the majority of students receive major scholarship awards from Malaysian corporations, privately sponsored student are also very welcome. Students will receive an offer letter and be asked to register, if they accept the place.
The college offers tranquil surroundings in which able and highly-motivated students can study without distractions. Students are housed in comfortable single story chalets and apartments in our ‘greenfield’ campus. Among facilities and amenities available to students are a dining hall, cafeteria, television rooms, health clinic and sick bay, prayers room, large sports complex, a 50-metre swimming pool and a fully-equipped fitness gymnasium. For outdoor recreation, there are two games fields, tennis courts, two squash courts and...
The academic curriculum at KYUEM is very demanding. On top of their core 3 or 4 A-Level subjects, students may also read an extra one or two AS Level subjects of their choice and other compulsory Key Skills subjects which may include ICT Skills, AS General Paper and the compulsory Islamic/Moral and Malaysian Studies. Students normally take three A-Levels, although it is possible to take four. The College has three academic departments, the Department of Arts, the Department of Science and the Department of Mathematics.
The College has excellent facilities. There are air-conditioned classrooms, ten science laboratories, and large lecture theatres. There are also three Information Technology laboratories with full Internet access. Students regularly use computers in their academic lessons and the laboratories are available at other times for private study. The science laboratories are very well equipped. Some have a full set of computers, which are used by the students for data-logging and computer modelling.