Malaysia as the choice of study destination stands out among other countries as it offers international quality education at an affordable cost. Home to world class universities offering the highest number of twinning programmes and international degrees, Malaysia is indeed a favourite among many international students today.
Public universities, Malaysia universities and private educational institutions make up the topography of education in Malaysia. The courses offered by these institutions help produce adaptable and highly employable graduates who can make a difference in their chosen careers.
The country is favoured for its tropical climate, low cost of living, scenic locales, quality infrastructure, and a culturally diverse and friendly environment. The increasing number of international students going to Malaysia for study has made it a true melting pot of different cultures. Students get to experience a delightful fusion of Asia's oldest civilizations - Malay, Chinese and Indian. Kuala Lumpur, the capital of the beautiful country, has long been favoured by students from across the world.
Students also benefit from the hassle-free immigration procedures that provide a clear and to direct pathway for you to pursue your education in Malaysia. Being located in the heart of Asia, the country provides easy access other interesting destinations like Singapore, Thailand and the Philippines located just a few hours away.
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