CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) INFORMATION AND RESOURCES

News and Statements to the ELS Community

Latest Update

Oct 11, 2021

Selangor & Johor, the 2 states in Malaysia with ELS centres, have moved to Phase 3 of Malaysia’s National Recovery Plan at the start of October. In Phase 3, many restrictions have been eased, especially for people fully vaccinated against COVID-19.  

While waiting to transition to Phase 4, when the Malaysian Government intends to lift all lockdown measures, ELS will continue teaching and learning activities online. We encourage current and prospective students to complete their COVID-19 vaccination at the earliest opportunity. We are happy to report that all ELS teachers and staff are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

As we plan and prepare for our centres to reopen next year, we will continue to monitor the situation closely to keep you updated. Please do not hesitate to contact us regarding your concerns. We, at ELS, wish you and your loved ones health and happiness, now and always.

We look forward to seeing you at ELS centres in 2022!

Important Contact Information

  1. Contact someone from an ELS centre:
    • ELS Subang Jaya: +6012 254 0426
    • ELS UPM: +6012 456 9746
    • ELS UTM: +6011 1081 6805
  2. ELS WhatsApp Support: Send a message to +6011 5191 5573
  3. ELS Email: Send an email to info@els.edu.my
  4. For our students in Malaysia with questions about COVID-19, please call the Crisis Preparedness and Response Center.
    • CPRC – HOTLINE: +603 7723 9300, +603 8881 0200, +603 8881 0600, +603 8881 0700

Frequently Asked Questions

ELS will keep all teaching and learning activities online for the time being. Please check this page or contact us for updates on classes at our centres.

For states in Phase 3 such as Selangor and Johor, there are fewer restrictions, especially for fully-vaccinated individuals. For example, dining in and interstate travel is permitted.

However, adherence to measures such as mask-wearing, physical distancing and usage of the MySejahtera app is still required.

Hopefully, when Malaysia moves to Phase 4 of the National Recovery Plan at the end of 2021 or early 2022!

Yes. Please contact us for further details:

If there is anything else we can help you with, please do not hesitate to contact us: