For International Students: Why Study in Malaysia

Malaysia - Facts At A Glance

Read about Malaysia's facts and figures here.

Source: Study in Malaysia 6th Ed.
Category: Why Study in Malaysia, International Student

Malaysia's Excellent Accomplishments

Malaysia has grown tremendously and has become a more developed country over the years since her independence 48 years ago. It has soared like an eagle, evolving into a high technology nation with her own Silicon Valley and, her many high technology buildings, some of which were built to depict the rich heritage of Malaysia, like the Petronas Twin Towers. Malaysia has experienced a steady economic progression and rapid infrastructural development of which Malaysians are truly proud.

Source: Study in Malaysia 8th Ed.
Category: Why Study in Malaysia, International Student

Malaysia: Your Choice of Destination When Studying Abroad

With more than 30 years of experience in international education, our unique well structured higher education system offers YOU the opportunity to pursue an international qualification at a competitive rate. You can choose from US, UK, Australian or Malaysian academic qualifications designed with flexibility and affordability in mind.

Source: Study in Malaysia 8th Ed.
Category: Why Study in Malaysia, International Student

Cost of Studying and Living in Malaysia

Updated!

The affordable cost of tertiary quality education is one of the good reasons why international students should choose Malaysia to study in. Your education cost is made up of course fees which include tuition fees and other study fees payable to the institution, depending on what you are studying and the duration of your course/study programme, and other components like the living expenses which will depend on which location you are staying in, your type of accommodation and your lifestyle.

Source: Study in Malaysia 8th Ed.
Category: Why Study in Malaysia, International Student

Map of Malaysia

Malaysia is situated in South-eastern Asia, between 2 and 7 degrees north of the Equator. To the north of Peninsular Malaysia is Thailand while to the south is Singapore. click for full map of Malaysia.

Source: Study in Malaysia 6th Ed.
Category: Why Study in Malaysia, International Student

What Foreign Students Say About Malaysian Institutions

Which college is the best? Am I doing the right course? Which university is tops for engineering programmes?" Lingering questions like these are enough to cause sleepless nights and loss of appetite. With over 650 private higher educational institutions in Malaysia, choosing one to go to is never an easy task.

Source: Study in Malaysia 6th Ed.
Category: Why Study in Malaysia, International Student