UNIVERSITI TUNKU ABDUL RAHMAN
  
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What is e-learning?

Announcement on Academic Matters (Updates) 17 April 2020

Psychological Support in COVID-19 Crisis

MOHE Food Aid Programme (6 -14 April 2020)

Maintenance of Bank Account Information for Receiving Bantuan One-Off RM200 from Government

UTAR Happy Mail Service during MCO period

Announcement on Academic Updates and Adjustment to the Academic Calendar

Extension of Library Book Due Date to 21 April 2020

Announcement on Deferment of UTAR Student Loan Repayment by 6 Months

Announcement on Interest-Free Loans for UTAR Students and Fee Instalment Plan for UTAR New Intake Students

Update and Advisory during the Movement Control Order Period 21 March 2020

Announcement on the Cancellation of Online Classes During the Movement Control Order Period

Issuance of GL During Work From Home Period From 18 March 2020 to 31 March 2020

Announcement on Temporary Closure of UTAR Campuses

World Health Organization (WHO) Hand Hygiene

Announcement on the implementation of online learning (Postgraduate)

Announcement on the implementation of online learning

Preventive measures on COVID-19 pandemic

Clarification on misinformation regarding COVID-19 in Kampar Campus


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COVID-19 Advisory

In view of the COVID-19 outbreak, the University has been monitoring closely and taking safety measures in line with the government’s advice and guidelines.

Personal hygiene and important points to remember

1. Clean hands with soap and water or sanitizers regularly
2. Cover nose and mouth with tissue when coughing and sneezing and dispose of the tissue in closed bins
3. Wear a mask when necessary
4. Avoid close contact with anyone with cold or flu-like symptoms
5. Thoroughly cook meat and food
6. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands
7.Avoid unprotected contact with live wild or farm animals
8. Avoid going to crowded places. Practise social distancing
9. Seek immediate medical attention if you have signs and symptoms of fever, coughs, cold or flu



Avoid overseas travel during COVID-19 outbreak

Travelling to COVID-19 affected countries should be avoided. 

Please take precautionary health safety measures if you really have to travel overseas. Do follow the advisory by the government on travels to affected countries.

Please refer to the University mail announcements sent to all staff and students for the details on this and also on the health safety procedures for those who have returned from travelling overseas and the persons to contact for enquiries and assistance.

For updates by the Ministry of Health on COVID-19, please refer to the following link:

Please refer to the following link for more information on COVID-19:
 
Thank you.

UTAR Management