Covid-19 Response

Covid-19 Response

Our campus is now open to selected students. They include: 

1. Postgraduate students who are required to conduct laboratory-based research to utilise the laboratory services only.

2. Undergraduate students (diploma and degree) currently enrolled in the final year of their programme for laboratory and practical sessions only. Lecture sessions will continue to be delivered online in compliance with Government regulations. 

3. Final year undergraduate students are therefore reminded to be on stand-by to return to campus.

All primary Teaching and Learning programmes will continue online. The University of Cyberjaya remains closed to students who do not fall in the above categories until further notice in accordance with the instruction by the Government of Malaysia.

If you're interested to be a part of our university, visit our Digital Open Day to virtually connect with us. There's plenty to learn and explore:

- experience our 360-degree virtual tour
- speak to our counsellors
- watch career talks by our experts
- discover our programmes

See you there! Stay safe and healthy.

LATEST UPDATE: 6 july 2020


Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) is a virus strain that was first identified in Wuhan, China. The disease the virus causes has been named “coronavirus disease 2019” (abbreviated COVID-19).

Patients infected with the virus suffer a fever of 38 degrees Celsius and above, dry cough, runny nose and a sore throat. Severe cases have indicated patients suffering with pneumonia and breathing difficulties too. Though mild, these symptoms have led to thousands of casualties since its outbreak in December 2019.


Be safe and protect others by following these guidelines:

  1. Wash hands frequently with water and soap or use an alcohol-based hand sanitiser. Soap and alcohol-based solutions kills the virus on your hands.
  2. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth frequently. Your hands touch many surfaces and if it should come in contact with the virus, it can enter your body through the eyes, nose and mouth.
  3. Practice social distancing or maintain at least 1 metre distance from those who are coughing or sneezing. Sneezing or coughing produces small liquid droplets from the nose or mouth which may contain the COVID-19 virus and if you’re too close, you may breathe in these droplets.
  4. Cover your mouth when sneezing or coughing with your bent elbow or tissue and dispose the tissue immediately. This avoids small liquid droplets which may contain the virus from spreading into the air.

It is advised for all staff and students to avoid travel abroad during this global crisis especially to COVID-19 hotspot countries. Below is the list of COVID-19 hotspot countries:

·         China

·         Thailand

·         Japan

·         South Korea

·         Hong Kong

·         Taiwan

·         Singapore

·         Macau

·         Italy

·         Germany

·         France

·         United Kingdom

·         Spain

·         United States


If you have just returned from a COVID-19 hotspot country in the past month, you are required to quarantine yourself for 14 days at home.



  • Follow the COVID-19 preventive guidelines.
  • Keep your distance from family members who aren’t under self-quarantine.
  • Check your temperature twice a day.
  • Clean your room everyday with disinfectant wipes or household cleaners.
  • Wash laundry thoroughly.



  • Go to work, school or public areas.
  • Use public transportation.
  • Have visitors at your home especially if they are pregnant, elderly or if they have chronic health problems.
  • Share dishes, utensils, cups, towels or bedding.
  1. All classroom-based learning such as lectures and tutorials will now be conducted online using Microsoft Teams. Instructions have been emailed to all students via their University email account. Students are advised to contact their Faculty Administrators and Programme Co-ordinators for further information.
  2. All club and extracurricular activities, outdoor and sporting events have been postponed indefinitely.
  3. Students arriving from COVID-19 hotspot countries are required to be quarantined for a period of 14-days.
  4. Special Quarantine units have been prepared for international and out-of-state students living in the University Hostel.
  5. Hand-sanitizers have been provided at over 25 strategic locations campus-wide.
  6. Examinations starting from 30th March 2020 have been postponed for a period of 1 week. A new schedule will eb shared with all students.

Contact Point for Students:

Mdm. Nurul Shazlin Fadzil, Manager of Student Affairs, (

Mr. Sher Sudager Sher Mahal, Student Support Executive ( or

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    1. The campus has been closed to comply with the Government’s Restricted Movement Order.
    2. A Work From Home plan has been issued to all staff.
    3. All work-related travel to abroad has been suspended until further notice.
    4. Staff are strongly discouraged to make personal travels abroad. Those returning from COVID-19 hotspot countries are required to practice self-quarantine.
    5. All face-to-face meetings are now strongly discouraged. Staff are advised to use all available tools to continue collaborative work while in office.


    Contact Point for Employees:

    Mdm. Nor Hariza Mohamad, Manager of Human Resources (

    The updated version of the plan will be posted on the UoC Staff Portal here:

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Contact Point for Students:

Mdm. Nurul Shazlin Fadzil, Manager of Student Affairs, (

Mr. Sher Sudager Sher Mahal, Student Support Executive ( or


Contact Point for Employees:

Mdm. Nor Hariza Mohamad, Manager of Human Resources (

For more information on COVID-19, visit: