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Why Study in Malaysia

Choose Malaysia for Your Education Journey
Tertiary education

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Academic Excellence

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Higher Education

 Students also have the advantage of scholarships up to 50% to support their education.


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With its distinctive international appeal, Malaysia is gaining popularity as a preferred destination for studying abroad. International students find that pursuing education in Malaysia provides them with several advantages:

  1. Diverse Study Options: Malaysia offers a broad range of study options, including trans-national education and foreign university branch campuses.

  2. Competitive Education Costs: The cost of education in Malaysia is competitive, making it a “value-for-money” choice for many international students.

  3. High-Quality Education: Malaysian education is known for its high quality, attracting students seeking excellence in their academic pursuits.

The affordability of quality tertiary education is a compelling reason for international students to choose Malaysia. For instance, acquiring a UK engineering degree (3 years) through a 3+0 franchised degree program in Malaysia is estimated at RM51,000 (USD16,000). In comparison, the tuition fee for the same 3-year degree program at the host university in the UK is around RM144,000 (USD45,000) or £30,000. The key components of education costs include:

  • Course Fees: Encompassing tuition fees and other study-related expenses, varying based on the chosen field of study and program duration.

  • Living Expenses: Depending on factors such as accommodation type, location, and lifestyle choices.

Malaysia is rapidly emerging as a formidable contender in attracting international students. The country currently hosts around 80,000 international students from over 100 countries. Factors contributing to its appeal include top-notch higher education, relatively low tuition fees, a harmonious multicultural society, political stability, and widespread use of the English language. Since achieving the government’s initial target of 80,000 international students by 2010, a new goal has been set to attract 150,000 international students by 2015, with a specific focus on postgraduate and sponsored international students.

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