1. Application fees must accompany all applications.
  2. Fees due for the year must be paid in advance in the first year and before the first day of class in the subsequent years. Failure to pay fees on time may result in the students being barred from classes, examinations and access to the College’s facilities.
  3. All fees are in Ringgit Malaysia (MYR) unless otherwise stated.
  4. Registration and Student fees are not transferrable, refundable and cannot be deferred.
  5. Failure to settle outstanding fees within the prescribed period may result in a barring from classes.
  6. Fees payable are shown in the program fee structure. Please note that Kolej Antarabangsa Greencity (KAGC) reserves the right to review and revise the fees.
  7. Fees quoted in a foreign currency will be revised as and when the need arises from the fluctuation of the current exchange rate.
  1. Students may only be allowed to defer a maximum of one semester, provided with a valid reason in the form of a written letter addressed to the Admission Department of the College.
  2. The deferment form can be obtained from the Academic Department. Submission of the deferment form must be accompanied by the letter of the reason for deferment.
  3. The student’s application will be subject to the approval of the Head of the Department. The student will receive a confirmation of deferment in 7 working days.
  4. Students who want to defer a semester must pay semester fees depending on credit hours.
  1. 1. A student will be placed on academic probation whenever any one of the following conditions happens: • The student’s cumulative grade point average (CGPA) fall below 2.00
    • The student’s semester grade point average (GPA) for two consecutive semesters is less than 2.00.
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  3. 2. The programmed coordinator will determine the number of credit hours to be enrolled by students on probation. A student on academic probation normally should not enroll for more than 12 semester credit hours.
  1. All students must abide by the Kolej Antarabangsa Greencity (KAGC) Rules and Regulations. Failure to abide may result in dismissal, suspension, or private or public sanctions.
  2. Any criminal activities on the College premises will be reported to the relevant authorities.
  3. The college and its management will not be held responsible for any damages, losses, or injuries arising from the course of studentship with the college.
  4. The College disciplinary board has the authority to suspend or/and expel any student behaving that affects the good name and security of its staff and students.
  5. The college reserves the right to revise the College Rules and Regulations without prior notice.
  6. The College reserves the right to accept or reject any application without assigning any reason.
  7. Students’ Information and data are protected under the DATA PROTECTION ACT 2010 (ACT 709). No parties can access the student’s information without the college’s and its management’s approval.
  1. Students must inform in writing if they are withdrawing from a course of study. Notice of withdrawal must be given at least one month before the commencement of the semester.
  2. If a student is expelled or suspended or discontinues the program due to misconduct or non-attainment of academic requirements, all fees paid are not refundable.
  3. The College reserves the right to set off the refundable amount against any outstanding fees or payments due and owing to the College.
  4. No refund shall be made if a student withdraws from a programme or if the withdrawal takes place beyond the second week of the semester.
Refund table
Withdrawal made more than 30 days before orientation or course commencement.
50% of the tuition fee refund.
Withdrawal made 15 days or less before course commencement
25% of the tuition fee refund.
After a course has commenced.
No Refund