The land of fun, the land of adventure, the land of lots of shopping and the land of some amazing food cuisine, that’s how we commonly refer to Malaysia. The country until now was known for its marvelous cities, beaches, food and festivals, what it offers to travelers is verve and vibrant colours of life. But recently it has climbed up the tally of ‘Most favoured nations for education’ and has been ranked 11th by UNESCO as one of the best places to pursue your education from.
From a hot travel destination to a promising education hub, Malaysia is growing profusely as a ‘True Global City’. The Malaysian government is focusing on developing the country into a hub for world-class education and is attracting international students who want to pursue their education in Malaysia. There are various universities in Malaysia which offer quality education in popular fields. However, being a global city Malaysia also attracts international students for it homes campuses of international universities offering affordable education.
Universities like Monash University, Australia; Curtin University Sarawak Campus, Australia; University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, UK; Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus, Australia; Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia; Netherlands Maritime College, The Netherlands and Manipal International University, India are some of the prominent ones which have their campuses in Malaysia and offers quality education at affordable cost.
The advantage of studying at these university branch campuses in Malaysia is that you will get a degree identical with that of the main campus at a more affordable cost. Also, students with a valid student pass are allowed to work in specific sectors and are allowed to work for a maximum 20 hours per week during semester breaks or holidays more than seven days.
An international student can never feel aloof or dejected in a country which has always celebrated the unity of diverse culture.