Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) tools such as wikis are being used more frequently in language learning situations. Their accessibility and usability have made them a popular choice amongst language teachers; especially in the teaching of writing.This study was conducted to examine students’ perceptions towards providing peer feedback via a wiki-platform. The participants of this study were non-local students who had travelled to Malaysia and had all enrolled in a language centre to learn English in order to further their studies. This study randomly selected 18 of these students; eight male and ten female students; their ages ranging from 18-29. 14 students were asked to write an essay, upload it onto a wiki-platform, and comment on the essays of their peers through the platform. This process was carried out for a total of nine times. At the end of the study, a questionnaire was distributed to inquire about the students’ perceptions of using wikis to collaboratively correct essays with the help of their peers. The findings suggest that the participants had a positive perception on the idea of collaborating through the platform. Hence, a wiki-platform could be used as a medium to encourage interaction and cooperation in learning writing outside the physical and time limitations of a traditional classroom. Teachers will also be able to benefit from the extended time to help students in their essay writing.