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General Information

Capital: Kuala Lumpur
Languages: English, Malay
Population : 27,467,837
Currency is Ringgit (MYR)

Information about Malaysia

Malaysia is situated right in the heart of South East Asia and is divided into two geographical sections: Peninsular Malaysia and the East Malaysian provinces of Sabah and Sarawak in North Borneo. The two parts are separated 650km (403 miles) apart by the South China Sea. Peninsular Malaysia's neighbors are Thailand and Singapore. 

Studying in Malaysia

In Malaysia you will find a List of Top and Best Universites in Malaysia, Study abroad options, Scholarships, Colleges, Programs, Courses, Institutes for studying MBA, Business Management, Engineering, Hotel management, Arts & Design, Films & Media, Science & Technology, Animation, Computers & IT and many more programs for studies in Malaysia.

Malaysia has rapidly become a very knowledge-based society with much high tech infrastructure and major international IT developments underway. It is racially diverse yet racially peaceful, multilingual yet everybody seems to speak English. The booming oil industry is opening up employment opportunities as well.

The affordable cost of tertiary quality education is one of the good reasons why international students should choose to study in Malaysia. Your education cost is made up of course fees which include tuition fees and other study fees payable to the institution, depending on what you are studying and the duration of your course/study program, and other components like the living expenses which will depend on which location you are staying in, your type of accommodation and your lifestyle.

There are over 700 private higher educational institutions and Universities in Malaysia. Many American and British Universities have set up their campuses in Malaysia for Malaysian as well as international students who wish to study in Malaysia at a lower cost. All these universities and courses are approved by the Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia. All courses approved by a country’s Ministry of Higher Education stand approved by any other country’s Ministry of Higher Education world-wide.

The fees is comparatively cheaper then UK and other expensive countries. There is an advantage of getting a twinning degree at many institutes and students can transfer their credits to another country where the institute has a campus.

Malaysia is one of the most pleasant and stress-free countries to visit in the world. Malaysia is home to some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, with national parks guarding its treasure trove of pristine beaches, crystal clear lagoons and spectacular wildlife. Malaysia known for its Petronas Tower is now becoming a popular study destination especially with Asian students. 

There are some additional material benefits to pursuing a masters or PhD program in a Malaysian institution as well.  The level of tuition fees international graduate students currently pay is a fraction of those at equivalent universities in Australia, the UK and the USA.  

Reasons to Study in Malaysia
  • Reputable & Internationally acclaimed Universities
  • Low crime rate
  • 100% Assured Visa. 
  • X, XII Pass Eligible.
  • Gap Acceptable.
  • No IELTS
  • Low Tuition Fees
  • Very Low Funds to Show
  • Part Time Work during Studies
  • 10,10+2 Pass Eligible
  • Visa with in 1 Day
  • No Interview
  • Lowest Living Cost
Cost of Study

Diploma : US$3000 to US$3500 per year
Under Graduate Programmes :  US$4000 to US$5000 per year
Post Graduate Programmes : US$10000 to US$15000 for the whole program

Cost of Living

The cost of living for international students to study in Malaysia could be as low as RM10,000 which is approximately US$2,632 per annum (the cost of living in the city is about 10% higher). As such, the low living cost besides the cheaper tuition fee would appeal to both international and local students in terms of great savings of living expenses while studying in Malaysia but getting World Class Quality Education, Exposure and Lifestyle.


The Intakes are depend upon course to course & College to college but the main intakes are December, March, July, September, January, May etc.

Working in Malaysia

While Studying Overseas students living in Malaysia can work up to 20 hours per week during regular academic sessions and full time during holidays if they are an eligible student.

Application Requirements 
  • Passport Copy
  • Two passport-size photos.
  • Academic Records
  • Proof of sufficient funds (including original and photocopy of most recent bank statement).
  • Onward or return ticket or travel itinerary from travel agent.
  • Letter of introduction (and copy) from college or university.


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