Study in Malaysia
Malaysia is one of the favorite tourist destinations with its natural attraction, rich culture and the gorgeous scenery it has. It’s always been one of the most popular destinations in the world. This country is full of nature with the combination of unique, modern and ancient architecture and diverse cultures and ethnicities. it is considered one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Its location makes it the best suitable for any international student planning for study abroad journey. As per the UNESCO figures, Malaysia is the world’s 11th most popular study destination and by 2025 it is aiming to be the 6th largest education provider with around 250,000 international students.
Malaysia shares a land border with Thailand to the north and Singapore to the south but it's otherwise surrounded by the sea, you can expect the warm weather throughout the year and the generous monsoon season keeps the country green and plants healthy. So those students, who are willing to study in a warmer place surrounded by greenery and sea, can always look for this country as a study abroad destination.
Malaysia has one of the best economic growths in Asia; its economy is not only fuelled by natural recourses tourism but also with science and medical tourism. Malaysia’s rapidly growing economy and advancement in higher education make it a perfect destination for international students who want to get an education in a new and interesting country.
Who can apply?
Any student who can meet the basic requirements like last qualification, IELTS and GMAT/GRE can easily apply for any program mentioned below:
- Bachelor degree
- Graduate certificate
- Graduate diploma
- Associate degree
- Master degree
- International students applying for an undergraduate degree must have 12 years of education equivalent to the German education system with IELTS overall band 6-6.5.
- The international student applying for the Graduate degree must have an undergraduate degree equivalent to German education with IELTS overall band 6.5-7 (depending on the university requirements)