Modern, robust and ever-growing, Malaysian cities attract an increasing amount of international students each year. Hosting about 70,000 international students from over 100 countries, one of the main draw cards of studying in Malaysia is no doubt the low cost of tuition fees & living. Malaysian cities are very modern and boast well-developed transport networks. International ports all connected to bus and rail services, whilst larger cities offer options of travel by bus, minibus, taxi, pedi-cabs and trains.
A multicultural environment is perfect for aspiring international students who can learn and grow in a place that is a cultural melting pot. Malaysia is a geographically safe country that is called ‘Truly Asia’. The popular cities in Malaysia are Kuala Lumpur, George Town,JhorBura, Malacca City and Kuching. Stunning beaches, theme parks, highland resorts and world-heritage sites, Malaysia has it all.
All higher education is managed by the Malaysian Ministry of Education, with institutions owned either publicly or privately. The government subsides approximately 60% of Malaysia’s tertiary education, with the difference accounted for via the private sector.Both public and privately owned Malaysian universities award students a number of qualifications across undergraduate and postgraduate levels. It is constantly supervised by Malaysian Qualifications Agency, a quality assurance body that oversees the accreditation of national higher education. There are a lot of institutions from countries like UK, Australia and USA that have their campuses in Malaysia. This allows students to avail quality education at a much lower cost. The easy and hassle-free immigration procedures and credit transfer to renowned university around the world are beneficial for international students.