Some 70 graduate students from China currently studying in LimKokWing University were barred from entering the campus at Cyberjaya today.
According to the barred students, their hopes of graduating in the convocation this Saturday are now dashed, because the university management alleges they have not settled their fees.
Twelve of the 70 students met by Komunitikini were found standing at the main gate of the campus, which was heavily guarded by security personnel who were checking every student for their student cards.
Wendy Jho, 30, from Beijing, says she has settled all her fees in full with the university.
She also says she has been attending classes for the past two years without any problem and the university did not bring up the issue of fees until few days ago, via email, informing her that she would not be able to graduate.
emnews. (February 16, 2015). China Students Barred from Malaysian Campus. Retrieved November 20, 2019, from EngageMedia Web site: http://www.engagemedia.org/Members/emnews/videos/China_students_barred_from_entering_Malaysian_campus.mp4.