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The attached is an example of how Malaysian universities go to the extent of threatening students through the international police force. I have a friend who suffered a smilar problem to this one by the Mongolian student. Often, UCSI University erases such records, or substitute them with another name of a student who can be contacted to say that everything is fine and hunky dory.

There is so many dirty tricks among the thieves here at UCSI University. I know Iranian and Nigerian friends who were approached to spyon their fellow students. Spy for what? They were promised campus residence fee waiver or something like that.

When they refused, they were soon left packing their bags. This university is only concerned about money. Sometimes they throw a cheap party for students to show they care. English is not by staff at the campus. Only Chinese spoken. In class they try to speak in English. Very poor!

I am very, very concerned how the Interpol can be used to intimidate foreign students. This is very, very serious. If the student commit a crime, then normal police can do.

I have got the original e-mails of UCSI's bullying, cheating and threatening practise.

using interpol to intimidate students

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    Quratul Apr 07, 2014

    Seems like the norm not just in UCSI but in most Malaysian private universities. They spend millions burnishing their image online and through slick marketing campaigns but overall, the quality is poor. They target students from poor, Third World countries, often promising them a stepping stone into Australia, Canada and New Zealand. But reality is different when you get here. Unfortunately, many of these universities also attract criminal elements from around the world. However, using Interpol over a student complaint should not come as a shock. That's Malaysia. Maybe, that's why two Iranians travelled on a stolen passport that were not checked against Interpol's database. I guess the Interpol is being used for more important reasons. The irony is UCSI has been entrusted to lead Malaysia's tourism marketing in China. Most of lives lost on MH370 were from China.

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