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Why study in Malaysia

Malaysian colleges and universities offer a wide variety of courses. Undergraduate and postgraduate programmes are offered in various fields, including pharmacy, medicine, engineering, law, business, economics, commerce, information technology and education.
Outside the classroom, there are lots of activities you can explore. You can either visit the islands of Penang, Langkawi, Pangkor and Tioman and experience a nice beach holiday, or have a look at the colourful stages of Malay history in Penang. You can also head down to the famous Batu caves, a 400-million-year-old limestone hill with a series of awe-inspiring caves and cave temples.

Study options

Academic intakes vary from institution to institution. Most Malaysian universities have academic intakes in late February and in mid-July. Some universities (branch campuses) might have intakes in October or second or third round offer intakes.

Cost of studying in Malaysia

The tuition fees will vary based on the institution (public or private) and the programme that you apply for. The tuition fees at a branch campus will surely vary from a parent campus. Undergraduate programmes in Business and Engineering at a branch campus could cost from RM 48,000 to RM 102,000 per year

Scholarships for international students

There are various scholarships on offer in various fields, such as Science and Engineering, Agriculture and Fisheries, Biotechnology, Information and Communication Technology, Food Security and Environmental Studies.
Some of the popular scholarships that are on offer are as follows:

  1. Malaysian Technical Cooperation Programme (MTCP) Scholarship
  2. Malaysian International Scholarship (MIS)
  3. Malaysian Commonwealth Scholarship
Benefits of studying in Malaysia
  1. Multicultural environment where students get to know various people from different religion and culture.  
  2. A politically stable country.
  3. International standard of education, with post-study work opportunities. Since Malaysia looks for skilled workers, the industries are in need for good graduates always.  
  4. A range of programmes are on offer for students, along with twinning programmes and programmes that are on offer by branch campuses.
  5. Straightforward immigration procedures that make it easier for students to transit to the country.
  6. Safe country for international students. As per the Global Peace Index, Malaysia ranks 29th on the list of most peaceful country in the world, out of a list of 163 countries.  

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