Malaysia is a diverse tropical country that is split into two sides known as Peninsular Malaysia and Malaysian Borneo (East Malaysia) by the South China Sea. Its blend of Malay, Chinese and Indian ethnic groups exhibits a kaleidoscope of colours and cuisines, making for a distinctly varied culture. Kuala Lumpur, the most populous city in Malaysia, is located on Peninsular Malaysia about a five-hour bus ride north of Singapore. This spread-out city constantly on the rise is ornamented with many mosques and colonial British- and Moor-influenced buildings that remind trendsetting city-goers of its colourful past.
Why Study in Malaysia:
- Smooth & simple application process.
- Excellent research based programs available.
- Opportunity to Transfer credits to UK & Australian Universities.
- Close to 100 % Visa success rate.
- Excellent job prospects after graduation.
- All academic documents from Class 10th.
- NO IELTS or GRE compulsion (would be an added advantage if available).
Malaysia at a Glance:
Malaysia takes pride in being one of the world’s largest exporters of palm oil, natural rubber, natural gas, timber, cocoa beans and pepper. It is also one of the leading exporters of manufactured products such as semiconductors, audio-visual products, electrical goods, rubber-dipped products and oleo chemicals in the world. Education is another growing industry where Malaysia is gaining acceptance as a reputable study destination in the region. The education sector offers a variety of higher educational programmes as well as professional and specialised skill courses that are competitively priced and of excellent quality. Underlying this is the current trend of setting up branch campuses in Malaysia by reputable universities from the UK and Australia. Furthermore, various universities from the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, France, Germany and New Zealand are offering twinning, franchised and external degree programmes in partnership with Malaysian educational institutions.