|Fees & Expenditures|
- Are there any fees that need to be paid?
No. All fees and costs will be borne by Frenz United FC.
- Do the students have to purchase any personal equipment or apparels for sports?
No. All equipments, materials and kit will be provided for by Frenz United FC.
|Student Living Conditions|
- How many times a month will the students be allowed to go home?
There will be a schedule in place, where the students will be allowed time off campus in turns. As of now, it is still in the planning
phase. Parents will be duly informed of the schedule when it has been finalised.
- How many meals will be provided?
The academy will provide a total of 6 light meals a day:-
|a) Light breakfast||d) Tea break|
|b) Proper breakfast||e) Dinner|
|c) Lunch||f ) Supper|
- What if a student gets injured or hurt during training?
The academy will have a standby vehicle for emergencies at all times. The academy also has a full time physiotherapist on campus,
for treatment of light injuries. In the event that any student is seriously injured, he will be transported to the nearest hospital,
Bentong General Hospital, immediately. Parents will be informed.
- What if a student falls ill and requires medical attention?
In such cases, the student will be referred to a clinic for the necessary medical attention. Parents will be informed.
|Students’ Academic Development|
- How much emphasis is put on the academic achievement of the students in the programme?
We place an equal emphasis on the academic achievements. Our philosophy is an excellent athlete is one who is a balanced
individual who does not only excel in Sports but is also accomplished in other areas of his life.
The students of the Academy will attend a private school nearest to the Academy, SM Saleha Genting Highlands. The school is
recognised by the Ministry of Education and has been awarded a 4-Star quality standard award from the Ministry.
The students will be provided with bus transportation to attend school daily and will be expected to devote themselves to their
studies and comply fully with the academic rules and regulations of the school. They will undergo the Malaysian Secondary School
curriculum and will sit for the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) in Secondary 5.
- What subjects are the students taught in school?
All the main subjects offered for SPM will be taught at the school. The core SPM subjects are Bahasa Malaysia, Bahasa Inggeris,,
Mathematics, History, Science and Pendidikan Islam/Moral. Elective subjects for both Arts and Science streams are also offered.
|The Training Programme|
- Can a student be terminated before the end of the 5 year programme?
Yes. This will be subjected to the students sports performances, and discipline, on and off campus.
- Can a student voluntarily leave before the end of the 5 year programme?
The parents will be required to sign a contract at the beginning of the programme. In the event, that the student wishes to leave
due to personal reasons, the student is liable to pay a compensation fee of up to 40% of the costs incurred during his stay
with the academy.