Malaysia attracts people from all over the world with its natural beauty, rich culture and fascinating scenery. Inspired by its unique cultural origins, the country has a unique combination of ancient and modern architecture. This is the perfect place for international students who want to gain new and unique experiences.
Why study in Malaysia?
The country’s modernization and rapid development make it an attractive place for all kinds of people. It hosts a variety of cultures and peoples. You will find bustling metropolises, beautiful beaches, endless forests and many wildlife cities in Malaysia. Malaysia is one of the 17 most diverse countries in the world. It accounts for about 20% of all animal species in the world.
The university system and structure are under the remit of the Ministry of Higher Education. Those who choose to study in Malaysia may study towards a certificate, diploma, undergraduate or postgraduate. In the QS2019 world's top 500 universities Malaysia has six universities listed. Malaysian universities offer quality education and a unique experience.
The South China Sea separates the two mainland regions of Malaysia (West Malaysia and Eastern Malaysia). The climate is tropical and pleasant throughout the year. The monsoon season keeps the country lush. Malaysia’s borders are with Thailand, Brunei and Singapore. Other than that, it is surrounded by the ocean.
Since independence in 1957, Malaysia has proven to be one of the most successful economies in Asia. The nation’s economy is not only based on Malaysia’s abundant natural resources, but also tourism, science and medical tourism. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) praised the health system in Malaysia, which benefits from heavy government investment. Malaysia is an ideal destination for international students looking to be educated at the cutting edge of global development. Most courses are taught in English. If your native language is not English, you may need to prove that your language skills meet the learning standards. Regent’s Education can help with a free IELTS Course!
However, if you are studying English, we still recommended to learn some Malay whilst you’re there. Communicating with local students and other students is the best way to practice and improve your learning (and the skill would be perfect on any resume).