Study In Malaysia

Introduction

study_in_malaysiaMalaysia is located in the Southeast part of Asia, a federal constitutional monarchy with 13 states and 3 federal territories. It is 67th largest country with two analogous sized parts named Peninsular Malaysia & Malaysian Borneo. Thailand, Indonesia, Brunei, Singapore, Vietnam & Philippines are its neighboring countries.

Kuala Lampur is the capital city and its populations were 28.33 million in the year 2010. Malaysian economy was having had best economic record in 2011 with 6.5 percent GDP growth every year from 1957 to 2005 in Asia. ASEAN’s third largest and 29th largest economy was about $450 billion in the world in 1991.

Malay is the official language of Malaysia standardized form of the Malay Language. English being the second active language is also known as Malaysian English which is widely used in business and as an instruction of all education sectors. Multi ethnic & multicultural plays vital role in Malaysian politics.

Malaysian infrastructure is one of the mainly developed in Asia. Its telecommunication network, seven international ports, ‘Technology Park Malaysia’ & ‘Kulim Hi Tech Park’ are specialized parks among 200 industrial parks and its road network covers a huge area.

Football, Badminton, Field Hockey, Bowls, Tennis, Squash, Martial Arts, Horse Riding, Sailing and Skateboarding are very popular sports in Malaysia. Malaysian athletes have won four Olympic medals in Badminton and have been competing in the Commonwealth Games.

Crocker range, Mount Kinabalu [Kinabalu National Park], UNESCO World Heritage Site, Mulu Caves along with numerous islands are very popular and tourist attracted places in Malaysia.

Weather IconThe main variable of Malaysia’s climate is not temperature or air pressure, but rainfall. In general, the climate of Malaysia can be described as typical tropical climate, with the coastal plains averaging 28°C, the inland and mountain areas averaging 26°C, and the higher mountain regions, 23°C. The area’s relative humidity is quite high, and ranges between 70 and 90 percent.

Malaysia has extreme variations in rainfall that are linked with the monsoons. Generally speaking, there is a dry season (June to September), and a rainy season (December to March). Western and Northern parts of Malaysia experiences the most precipitation, since the north and westward-moving monsoon clouds are heavy with moisture by the time they reach these more distant regions.

Typhoons can sometimes hit Malaysia from July to mid November, and can cause heavy damage, flooding and erosion.

Untitled-2Malaysia As Study Destination – Generally, the Malaysian education structure can be divided into pre-tertiary and tertiary education levels. Previously, there were two governing authorities in education: the pre-tertiary education sector (from pre-school to secondary education and teacher education) was placed under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Education (MOE), while the higher education sector came under the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE).

Malaysia welcomes international students for all levels of education. Since the mid 1990s, international students have been coming Malaysia to pursue their tertiary education at Malaysia’s higher educational institutions. Today, Malaysia is ranked the 11th most popular destination in the world for international education at tertiary level…

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FAQS

Not necessarily, IELTS is not required by all institution in Malaysia however you will have to check individual University or Institute’s language proficiency requirements for admission purposes.

Yes, International student will be allowed to work 20 hours part time during holiday breaks of more than 7 days while they are studying in Malaysia.

Yes, our expert team member will help you to analyze whether you are eligible for scholarships in Malaysian universities or institution based on your academic track record.

You will be advised on documents checklist required for student visa in Malaysia by an assigned expert team member.