Malaysia is a country of contrasts and an interesting place to study. Quality of living and affordability make Malaysia a prime, hassle-free study destination for international students. Malaysia is also carving a name as the centre of academic excellence in South-East Asia, where educational opportunities are abundant. Kuala Lumpur, its capital, is a modern technologically-developed hub of business and trade. According to an official release Malaysia had an overall ranking as world’s 10th most competitive country. It has advance and independent economy. World Bank has reported Malaysia as world’s 24th most business-friendly country. Malaysia’s higher education system is of international standards, closely monitored by the Ministry of Higher Education, which has the vision to turn Malaysia into a centre of Excellence for Higher Education. The Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) under the Ministry of Higher Education is a quality assurance body responsible for monitoring and overseeing the quality assurance practices and accreditation of national higher education.
In Malaysia, international and local students are able to get foreign degree qualifications from universities in Australia, US, UK, France, Canada, etc. through twinning and 3+0 degrees, as well as foreign university campuses that are already setup in Malaysia. The expenditure of studying and living in Malaysia is comparatively low to other countries as the Malaysian currency conversion is advantageous.
Malaysia is a newly industrialized country where we have outpaced our developing counterparts. The infrastructure in Malaysia is one of the most developed in Asia with state-of-the-art health care and medical facilities, advanced telecommunications infrastructure, world-class university campus and facilities, and best expressway network in South East Asia. International students studying in Malaysia will get to experience of living in a plural and multicultural society. The ethnic diversities of Malaysia expose students to a value-added life, global outlook and better understanding of different cultures, ethnic groups and traditions throughout the world. There are three major races in Malaysia namely the Malays, Chinese and Indians together with other ethnic minorities. Apart from mixing with Malaysian students, international students are also exposed to other students from different nationalities.
Malaysia is a politically sound and geographically safe country free from natural disasters. With its modern infrastructure and efficient transportation system, Malaysia makes a safe and comfortable place to live and study. International students benefit from the easy and trouble-free immigration procedures as compared to many other countries which have tighter student immigration procedures.
Although Malay and English are widely used in Malaysia for daily communications, the diversity of the Malaysian society has put into place the wide use of many other languages and dialects such Mandarin, Tamil, Cantonese, Hakka, Foochow, Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam and other indigenous languages.
Admissions & Process
Study Abroad process consist on two different steps i.e. Admission & Successful Visa. Admission process require academic eligibility of applicant and visa process require all basic and supporting documents. Malaysian Universities offer both with IELTS / without IELTS options for international students. Sometimes visa interview can be deceptive as you may not be aware of what visa officer expects to hear from you. It is life changing opportunity so consulting our professionally trained mentors is suggested for admission and visa. Our stats show that we have highest success rate due to involvement of multiple trained counsellors at different levels of process.
Asia Pacific University ( APU)
Swinburne University of Technology ( Malaysia Campus)
INTI International University (IIU)
Work Rights During Study
International students who enter Malaysia on a student visa have few opportunities to undertake paid employment.
Although technically there are some legal opportunities for students to work, however, the Malaysian Immigration Department has set the limitations for international students to undertake any form of paid employment whilst studying in Malaysia ─ see guidelines below.
- You are only allowed to work 20 hours per week during semester breaks only.
- If you are interested in undertaking employment at any stage during your studies, please consult the Student Visa Officer at the International Office.
- Under no circumstances should you undertake unofficial employment as this could result in your student visa being revoked.
Post Study Work Rights
Students are allowed to work part-time for a maximum of 20 hours per week only during semester breaks or holidays of more than 7 days; in Restaurants, Petrol Kiosks, Mini Markets and Hotels as long as the Student Pass remains valid. Students are not permitted to work as a cashier. In addition, in the hotel sector, students are not allowed to work as singer, masseur, musician, GRO and other activities deemed to be considered immoral as per the Malaysian law. Application to work part-time must be made through the educational institution in which the student is studying
Malaysian education providers regularly offer scholarships to qualifying international students, based on academic merit. Consult with the admissions team or international office at the provider you are applying to for further advice and information.
- All Academic Documents
- Percentage Equivalence letter
- Valid IELTS/ TOEFL score Or English Proficiency Letter
- Personal Statement / Essay / SOP
- Sufficient funds
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