Malaysia is able to offer international students a high quality of life academically, socially, ethnically, and culturally, making their stay worth their time, money and effort.
In the last two decades, Malaysia has emerged as a new powerhouse in international trade, as well as taken great measures in the bridging of international relations through international students, who currently make up to a population of over 36,000 from 150 countries. Malaysia is rapidly gaining a reputation as a centre of educational excellence in the Asia-Pacific region.
Academically, it is able to provide a world – Class Private Education and Qualification Assured by the National Quality Body, highly – affordable fee structures with low living costs, an extensive array of study programmers, and knowledge and skills needed to meet demands of the global market.
Foreign universities from countries such as United Kingdom, Australia, United States, and Canada operate and set up their branch campuses in Malaysia, enabling students to acquire identical university qualifications at a lower education cost. This means that a student can pursue an identical degree from many world-renowned institutes at almost 1/4 the cost!
Malaysia has grown tremendously and soared continuously. A harmonious and peaceful living environment surrounds Malaysia, where various ethnic races intermingle amicably with one another through mutual understanding and tolerance fostered throughout the many decades of togetherness.
Apart from the many interesting places to visit, there are also other must do activities in the country, such as shopping around the many shopping complexes, taking nature trips into the lush and pristine rainforests and other scenic spots, strolling along the theme parks and farms, browsing through references in the libraries and getting involved in sports and other games events.
More about Malaysia
|Languages||Bahia Malaya, English, Chinese & Thai|
|Official Currency||Ringgit (MYR)|
|Climate||Tropical; Annual Southwest (April to October) and northeast (October to February) Monsoons.|