Prospective (Local)Requirements Download Registration Form 1st Step Towards Success
To check if there are still seats available for the course you wish to enroll in, please call 03- 20265700 or 017-3963548. Walk-in students, please be prepared with all necessary documents for consultation session and enrolment.
1. Important personal items to pack:
a. Clothes and footwear (casual, formal)
b. Personal Items
c. Bed Sheets
e. Mobile phone
f. Basic Stationery
2. Important documents to bring along:
a. Identification Card
b. Flight Ticket (where applicable)
c. Acceptance Letter from Nirwana College (where applicable)
d. Original Academic Qualification transcript or Certified True Copy
e. Receipts/proofs of payment for all fees
3. It would be a good idea to make a copy of your Nirwana College documents (for example, Acceptance Letter, Original Academic Qualification transcripts, receipts).
4. If you are currently suffering from an illness, it is advisable to bring any necessary medication, and all documentation and written medical advice relating to the condition.
On The Right Track
Nirwana College is located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. Transportation is not an issue, as buses, taxis, an electric train system and a light rail transit (LRT) system are available, providing easy access to and from the city centre and around Nirwana College.
We are close to all amenities, and a reasonable distance from hospitals, shopping complexes, the much-talked about Petronas Twin Towers and the Kuala Lumpur Towers, schools, shops, and entertainment outlets.
Eateries providing food ranging from local Malay, Chinese and Indian cuisines to western, continental and delicacies from the Middle East, Japan and Korea are available at almost every corner of the areas surrounding the college.
We are a step away from all means of transportation:
Travelling by Bus
We are a step away from the Klang bus stand and a five minute walk to Hentian Pudu Raya which is the main bus station or connection point of all routes within the Klang Valley and routes covering West Malaysia.
Routes within the Klang Valley cost between 80sen and RM3 and the newly renovated station now provides all necessary information, making it simple for first-time users.
You will find that bus stops are very common and that there are many different bus routes. You might have to take more than one bus to get to your destination of choice. It is advisable for you to enquire with the bus drivers on the exact route of the bus, or inform them of your preferred destination to ensure that you are boarding the right bus.
Taxis in Malaysia usually operate using the meter and the initial charge is RM2.40 upon boarding. There are separate charges if three or more passengers share a taxi, and also for storing luggage or items in the boot. You can also call for taxis although additional charges will apply. Note that there are also different charges after midnight.
Kuala Lumpur is well-connected via several rail lines such as the Monorail, Light-Rail Transit (LRT) and Commuter trains. Each of these lines operates separately but at certain interchange locations, the stops are next to each other.
Living Expenses in Kuala LumpurExcluding tuition fees:
Rental: RM300 (maximum hostel fee):
Food: RM400 to RM500