STUDY IN MALAYSIA

Study In Malaysia

A long history of education and a vibrant culture make China a hot study abroad destination for students. International students from all over the world are warmly welcomed to study in China. On an average, over 300,000 students from about 180 countries pursue higher education in China every year. Chinese universities offer numerous programs for international students. While the non-degree programs teaching Chinese language and culture have been traditionally popular, international students are now opening up to the possibility of earning Chinese degrees. However, since most degree programs are taught in Chinese, a certain degree of language proficiency is necessary even as an increasing number of English-taught degree programs are now becoming available. Therefore, one can make a choice according to individual preference.

Costs of education and accommodation in China are cheaper than any European country making it the least expensive destination for overseas education. However, a basic understanding of Chinese culture and knowledge of the local language are mandatory for improving your job prospects.

China is pumping substantial investment into its higher education sector by setting up world-class universities and delivering qualifications of global standard.

The country has signed agreements for mutual recognition of academic qualifications with a several prominent countries including the United States, Britain, France, Japan and 65 other countries and regions.

The rise of China as a dominant economy has proved that proficiency in Chinese language and first-hand experience of living in China are major tools in strengthening one’s profile as a prospective employee in the global corporate scenario.

Statistics prove China as the fastest growing economy in the last 30 years and one that maintained an impressive growth rate of 8% even during the global financial crisis-a feat that was beyond the imagination  of most developed nations. In the last ten years, the number of Chinese colleges and universities has doubled to reach a figure of 2,409. According to China.org.cn, in 2012, China hosted about 320,000 international students. This figure indicates an increase of 55,000 students as compared to 2010. Chinese government is working actively towards its aim of attracting 500,000 overseas students by 2020. As an initiative to reach this target, China will offer scholarships to 50,000 students worldwide in the year 2015.

Advantages

Requirements

Package Included

* All Payment After Visa

* No IELTS requirements

* 100% Visa Success

tuition fees Scholarship/partial tuition fees

scholarship

* No Bank Sponsor

* Study gap acceptable

* Public/Private University

* English Medium Study

* World Ranking University

* Passport Minimum One Year Validity

* Photo.

*All academic Document (Certificate & Mark sheet)

* Passport

* Application Fees

* JW202

*Embassy Fees

* Medical Checkup

* Air Ticket

* DHL * Service Charge

Subject

CSE, Textile, Nursing, Civil, Mechanical Eng, EIE, Pharmaceuticals Eng, Mining, , Environmental Eng., Bio Eng, Food Science Eng, & Economic Management, Industrial Design, BSc, MSc, BBA, MBA and many more.

Universities

➡️ LIMKOKWING University
➡️ SEGi University
➡️ UCSI University
➡️ MAHSA University
➡️ Nilai University
➡️ GEOMATIKA University College
➡️ INTI International College Subang
➡️ Infrastructure University
➡️ IIUM University
➡️ Al-Madinah International University
➡️ FTMS College
➡️ Vission college

 

 

Malaysia is located at the heart of South-East Asia and is a lively multi-cultural country. It is well known as a dynamic tourist destination and also for its capital, Kuala Lumpur, which boasts some of the most spectacular architecture in the world (and some of the tallest buildings!). In recent years, Malaysia has opened up to foreigners of all nationalities, creating a dynamic environment in which to work and study.

One of the newly industrialised countries, Malaysia has a booming economy (annual growth is around 5%) which performed beyond expectations over the last two decades. Sectors such as services, manufacturing, agriculture, mining and construction have all experienced growth and this has been reflected by an increase in national spending.

Yearly Cost – RM24000

Accommodation – RM300 – RM450 per Month

Food / Housekeeping – RM400 – RM450 per Month

Telecommunication – RM30 – RM80 per Month

Public Transport – RM30 – RM50 per Month

 

Visas and Immigration

All international students are required to have a Student Pass (equivalent to a student visa) to study in Malaysia. A Student Pass is an approved document issued by the Immigration Department.

Once you have an offer of admission, your visa application can be made through your university’s International Students’ office/service prior to entry for a fee (see below). Your University will provide you with guidelines and forms to apply for your Student Pass. Please note that your Student Pass is only valid to study at the University it refers to. If you wish to transfer to another university, a new Student Pass will be required.

Visa application-associated fees:

  • Processing fee: MYR50-60
  • Visa fee: varies according to country of origin
  • Personal bond fee, refundable upon completion of your degree: MYR200–2000

Immediate family members (spouse and children) are allowed to stay with you in Malaysia. They will be given a Social Visit Pass for the duration of your course. You and your family may have to demonstrate that you have adequate financial resources to live in Malaysia.

You (and your family, if applicable) are recommended to register (and their family, if applicable) at your local embassy/consulate while you are staying in Malaysia (the procedure will vary depending on your country of origin).

Students from countries such as Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nigeria, Bhutan, Sri Lanka and India are required to obtain an approval letter/visa clearance from the Immigration Department of Malaysia before entering Malaysia.

Employment regulations for Student Pass holders

Students who wish to work part-time during their studies must apply to the immigration authorities (this can be done through your institution). You will be allowed to do a maximum of 20 hours per week (this may be extended upon good academic reports) but this is limited to employment in restaurants, petrol kiosks, mini markets and hotels.

Living costs/banking

Despite the current worldwide economic situation, Malaysia continues to be a country with a high standard of living as well as a very affordable place to live and study.