Why international Students Choose Malaysia
If this is your first time getting to know about Malaysia, this section will tell you more about its people, cultures, food, climate, economy, places of interest, and more. You will also read about Malaysia’s many achievements and how the country is continuing to gain international prominence.
Next, you can begin to explore the higher education option in Malaysia and get a better understanding of how the quality of higher education courses are assured by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency. And best of all, you’ll find out how affordable higher education in this country can be.
Need to hear from other international students? We have a special section in www.studymalaysia.com portal where current students share their experiences.
The section ends with an infographic on why you should choose Malaysia as your destination of choice when studying abroad. Start exploring your higher education options here – youre bound to find one that meets your needs!
Read on to find out why Malaysia is your choice of study destination when studying abroad.
International Students who desire to enter Malaysia to further their studies should look at this section which is filled with information on the necessary requirements for student visas and ways to obtain them.
Malaysia's higher education institutions (i.e. public universities, private higher educational institutions, polytechnics and community colleges) housed more than a million students in 2011, of which about 93,000 were international students from more than 100 countries.
Malaysia's multi-faceted make-up lies in none other more interesting aspects than in its population of different distinct races. The main races are the Malays, Chinese and Indians - all the three being easily distinguished by their different appearances and spoken languages.
Read about Malaysia & the study opportunities in Malaysia in the various foreign languages, such as English, Arabic, Mandarin, Indonesian, French & Vietnamese.
The topic ‘Going Abroad from Malaysia’ is particularly interesting if you have plans to go to another country (after Malaysia) to continue your tertiary education at bachelor’s degree level. This is possible through a credit transfer or advanced standing arrangement with foreign universities, usually at a much lower cost.