Malaysia

About the MALAYSIA

Malaysia is a South -Asian country. Kuala Lampur is the capital and Bukit Bintang, Selangur and Borneo are theknown places for finance and culture.

  •   Currency: Malaysian Ringgit which equals 17* INR
  •   Official language: English & Malay
  •   Sessions: January/March/September
  •   Masters - 4 lac onwards/yr (1 yr)

SOME OF THE BENEFITS OF STUDYING IN MALAYSIA

  •   Malaysia‚Äôs higher education system is of international standards, closely monitored by the Ministry of Higher Education, which has the vision to turn Malaysia into a Center of Excellence for Higher Education.
  •   In Malaysia, international students are able to get foreign degree qualifications from universities in Australia, US, UK, France, Canada, etc. as foreign university campuses are setup in Malaysia.
  •   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.
  •   The expenditure of studying and living in Malaysia is comparatively low to countries like Australia, US, UK, France, Canada, etc.
  •   You can work part time while you study and you can work full time on vacation.
  •   During and after your study, if you get full time employment, you can change to work visa and have options to apply for PR after 10 year work experience.
  •   International students benefit from the easy and trouble-free immigration procedures as compared to many other countries which have tighter student immigration procedures.
  •   Many industries in Malaysia are developing at a rapid pace; thanks to the overall development of the economy. This has created a sizeable need for skilled graduates who are willing to work in the country. A significant portion of the Malaysian GDP is composed of industries. The export markets are increasing as well.
  •   Malaysia is one of the safest and most political stable countries in the world with a relatively low crime rate and the country is free from most natural disasters which makes it an attractive country to live in. The weather in Malaysia is sunny and rainy all year without extreme cold or hot weather conditions making the weather easily adaptable. In 2011, Malaysia was ranked 19th most peaceful country out of 153 countries.