Student Support Services provides a range of support services that aim to:
look after student health and wellbeing

Student Support Services provides a range of support services that aim to:
look after student health and wellbeing

Study Support
Student Mentorship
Disability Support
Health & Wellbeing

We offer a range of services designed to support your student experience throughout your time at the University as follows:

The Perdana Learning Hub located outside Library provides learning support to students at any stage, from your initial transition into undergraduate study at the University to postgraduate coursework and higher degree research.

We’ve developed a number of resources to help you independently develop your skills in:

  • – writing
  • – critical thinking
  • – research skills
  • – group work
  • – exam preparation
  • – time management
  • – oral presentations.

We also provide face-to-face support, offering workshops and individual consultations to provide targeted assistance with your academic communication, learning and research needs.


The International Student Mentorship Program is a volunteer peer-mentor program in which new international students are matched with continuing Perdana University students who can provide ongoing advice and information about life at the university and in Kuala Lumpur.


Mentors volunteer to provide ongoing social support, assistance and guidance through one-on-one meetings and social activities (coffee meetings, inhouse games, study sessions, etc.) throughout the new international student’s first semester.They share their personal experiences, easing the transition to university in Malaysia for new international students.

Mentors will have an opportunity to gain mentoring and leadership skills in a cross‐cultural environment, learn about other cultures and countries, as well as gain insight into Malaysian culture.

The University is dedicated to ensuring that all students have equal access to learning.

By registering with Inclusion and Disability Services students who have a disability can gain access to the adjustments and services they need to succeed in their studies.

Types of adjustment might include:

  • – assessment and exam adjustments
  • – alternative formatting
  •  – timetable adjustments
  •  – access to assistive technology
  • – lecture support
  • – library services.

Eligibility for these services is determined on an individual needs basis, upon review of the recommendations made in your supporting documentation and your consultation with a Inclusion and Disability Services Officer.

University life is full of ups and downs. We have a range of support available to all students, including undergraduate, postgraduate, home and international, to help you stay well so you can get the most out of your time here.

In order to achieve our goal of maintaining health and wellbeing of students, we will work to:

  • – Facilitate a learning environment that builds resilience and promotes social connection
  • – Develop mental health literacy
  • – Promote a supportive trauma-informed community and culture that values positive mental health
  • – Deliver a high-quality internal wellbeing support service for students
  • – Develop collaborative partnerships between students, community and wellbeing support services
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