The following frequently asked questions are common among those contemplating University of Malaya (UM). This page provides answers to these questions and provides links to useful UM websites that provide additional answers.
First, you must register your siswamail. After that, system will automatically generate your MYUM account.
Who can print an examination slip?
All undergraduate and postgraduate students who are active in the University.
When I print the examination slip, there is a statement 'Barred' in Remark column. What does it mean?
If the statement 'Barred' is displayed when printing, this means students barred from taking the examination for the subject.
If the subject is not in the list of my examination slip, what should I do?
All subjects registered will be listed in the examination slip. please refer to the faculty or the Examination Section for verification.
When allowed to print examination slip?
Examination slips can be printed from a refresher week until the last day of the last week of exams.
Why do I need to print the examination slip?
Examination slip is the acknowledgment that the student is registered and eligible to sit for the final examination for the course listed. Students will not be allowed to sit for the final examination if the subject is not in the slip.