Highly qualified educational programs, with a diversity of nationalities
Malaysia, located in South East Asia, is also widely known as a “tropical paradise”. With the population of about 27.9 million, Malaysia possesses a great amount of diversity in nationalities and cultures, which typically are all fluent in one or more common languages, such as English, Chinese (both Cantonese and Mandarin) and Indian (Tamil and Hindi).
The study environment at Malaysian universities is truly diverse. International students, as well as local students, are able to achieve a degree parallel with those from the US, UK and Australian standard due to the fact that many of these above-mentioned countries have university and college branches located in Malaysia. Moreover, by having typically lower cost living expenses, students can minimise their costs for achieving an international degree.
Besides the actual studies at school, thanks to the large variety of ethnic groups in the area, students have a great opportunity to interact with, learn from and immerse themselves into different cultures, which is believed to be beneficial for their later working life and career. That aside, Malaysia is simply a beautiful place to live and study. From its tropical climate, its landscape to its cuisine; why not try Ikan Bakar, a Malaysian traditional grilled fish, a day at the beach or discovering the beautiful Kuala Lumpur nightlife on top of the Petronas?
For years, the Malaysian economy has been on top of the South East Asian region, and its target industries (oil, gas and agriculture) as well as export markets have been increasing in size and success. By giving yourself the chance in taking part in its development, you as a student would have a great possibility of a well-paid job in the future with this study experience in Malaysia under your belt!
Top 3 reasons to study in Malaysia:
- International quality degree with lower costs.
- Students have access to many cultures under one country.
- Malaysia has one of the best economic locations in South East Asia.
Did you know this about Malaysia?
- The Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur were the world’s tallest towers from 1998 to 2004, but they are still known as the world’s largest twin towers today.
- 20% of all the world’s animal species live in Malaysia!
- It has some of the easiest and most hassle free immigration rules for international students. What are you waiting for?