Malaysian Students :

Online application

In just a few simple minutes, you can apply to any of our programs via our online application form. Our qualified counsellors will be in touch via email to discuss any further details. Apply here.

Visit our centre

Students are more than welcome to visit our centre for in-person enrollment. We request that you bring your personal ID or passport for easy processing.

How to become a student at ILC :



Each student will need to take the ILC Placement Test so our teachers can assess your level of proficiency. Once they have an idea of where you stand, they will be able to decide which course is best for you.



The majority of our classes begin early each month. Classes generally start at around 8.30 am and end anywhere between 1.30 and 3.30 pm. Evening classes are also available.

International Students :

Applying online for international students



Fill in the online application form as accurately as possible and in detail. Our qualified counsellors will be in touch with you via email to discuss any further details. Apply online here . In addition to the online application, students are requested to submit these following documents:

Passport photograph that is taken on a white background.

Photocopy of every page of a passport that is valid for a minimum of 12 months from the date you are expected to enter. The passport should be yours and photocopies should be in complete color.

Certified photocopies of all academic certificates and transcripts including a separate set that is translated into English should the original documents not be in English.

Completed medical exam reports and screening forms that are verified by emgs panel clinic or a reputable hospital. You can download the forms here

Results of your recent medical check-up must be emailed to us to enable us to apply for your student visa.

Once our student advisors get in touch and discuss further details, your form will be submitted to the Emgs Central Admissions Office for further review and processing. While waiting for your application result from Emgs, you can keep tab of your application by tracking your application here



Once you are accepted, you will get an email confirming your enrollment. Students are requested to pay $550 USD for Emgs processing fee via bank transfer or online payment. As soon as the payment is received, we will send out an official “Letter of Offer.”

Bank Details

Bank Account Name Black Stone Consultant (M) Sdn. Bhd.
Account No 512820059108
Bank Name Maybank Berhad
Bank Address Bandar Sungai Long Branch, No 30 Jalan SL 1/12, Bandar Sg Long, 43000 Kajang, Selangor, Malaysia
Bank Account Name Black Stone Consultant (M) Sdn. Bhd.
Account No 8600074148
Bank Name Cimb Berhad
Bank Address 138, Jalan Burhannuddin Helmi, Taman Tun Dr. Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia.



Visa processing usually takes up to 21 days and once you have received your visa, we require you to pay one full term’s worth of tuition fees. Once your payment has been received, we will send you an original Letter of Student Visa Approval.

Next Step

Before travelling to Malaysia, you are requested to get a Single Entry Visa from the Malaysian Embassy. For that you need to provide your ILC admission letter and the original copy of your student approval letter from immigration department.

Once you’ve received your Single Entry Visa, you can proceed to make the necessary arrangements to travel to Malaysia. Contact ILC to arrange your pick-up at least 5 days before you are scheduled to arrive in Malaysia. As per Malaysian Immigration Department requirement, all international students require airport clearance on arrival through the assistance of the their school, failure to comply could result in deportation in some cases. . We advise all students to try and arrive before their course begins.

Education Malaysia Global Services (EMGS)

Malaysia government recently introduce a system to enhance efficiency, effectiveness and accuracy in processing all international students applications intending to study in Malaysia. They set up this body called Education Malaysia Global Services (EMGS) to carry out all applications processing related to international students admission in Malaysia.

EMGS is a subsidiary of the Malaysian Ministry of Education which serves as the sole processor of visa applications for international students planning to study in Malaysia. Below is a list of the services EMGS offers:

  • Assistance with student policy implementation on behalf of the Ministry of Education.
  • Educational research work and development.
  • Collection of student information as well as publishing and dissemination of said information.
  • Marketing Malaysia as a go-to international country for various educational services.
  • Facilitation of auditable, efficient and transparent tracking and issuing of students passes.

This new system allows centres such as ILC to submit all applications for student visa to the EMGS on international students’ behalf. The entire process will be centralized so officials can guarantee consistency, efficiency and transparency.

See the chart attached below to get an idea of how long the process takes as well as all the procedures you have to go through to apply for a student visa. We advise all students to carefully study our chart and read notices thoroughly to ensure that you fully grasp all the steps you have to take to get a pass. Once you have applied, feel free to visit to track your application. Track your application here

We require all international students interested in applying to ILC to undergo Medical check-up at their home country. After medical check-up is done in your home country then the results should be forwarded to us so we can submit them to EMGS along with the fee for processing your application. Failure to do so will result in your application being cancelled.

When you arrive in Malaysia, you will also be required to undergo a Post-Arrival Medical check-up at EMGS panel clinic. This should be done within 7 working days after you have entered Malaysia.

Only the Malaysian Immigration Department officers are authorized to issue or deny student visas and each application will be reviewed according to the guidelines and rules provided by the Malaysian Immigration Department.