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An overview of application guidelines for Study in Malaysia

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In China, studying abroad is the dream of children, but also the expectation of parents. Parents send their children abroad to study in various ways, and their desire for their children to obtain quality education is self-evident.

Even though modern people's thinking has begun to change, the desire to "wish their children to be successful and their daughters to be successful" is not as deep-rooted as previous generations, but who does not want their children to receive a better education?

Malaysia, with its reputation as the "backyard of the world", has become the first choice for most middle class people. High-quality international education not only makes it easy for you to study abroad, but also serves as a perfect springboard for further study in Europe and America.

According to statistics, more than 170,000 students from all over the world have come to Study in Malaysia. The Malaysian government wants to attract 200,000 international students by 2020 and 250,000 by 2025.

"So far, the number of Chinese students is the second largest among foreign students in Malaysia."

Malaysia is known to be one of the most prosperous countries in Asia and China's 10th largest trading partner. In recent years, Malaysia has a stable economic situation and a low unemployment rate. Malaysia has a large number of industries abroad, most of which employ foreign personnel to manage them, providing many employment opportunities for foreign graduates who have received higher education in Malaysia.

Malaysia is fast becoming an international education hub, especially in higher education, where the number of students from mainland China is soaring. Many colleges and universities offer dual courses, upon completion of which students can be awarded a diploma or degree from an overseas university, which is recognized worldwide.

The number of Chinese students studying in Malaysia is increasing year by year. This state will continue to grow, it is expected that in the next 2-3 years, the number of people will double 2-3 times, basically at the rate of 15% to 20% increase every year.

Top 10 benefits of studying in Malaysia

1. Good environment for studying abroad

Malaysia is known as the "charming place in Asia". Although it is a small country, its national strength is very strong and its per capita national income is high. Although Malaysia has a small population, its per capita level of education is relatively high, ranking among the best in Asia. Malaysia enjoys stable political situation, prosperous economy, good public security, mild climate and no natural disasters.

2. High level of education

Malaysia's higher education implements a unique and highly international education method -- course transfer, and graduates with internationally recognized diplomas or degree certificates issued by prestigious universities in The United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, Canada, Singapore and other countries. Most of the courses provide students with plenty of internship opportunities, and the graduates are known for their high quality and practical skills.

3. Short schooling and easy transfer to a third country

Most Malaysian universities have established dual courses or credit transfer courses with famous universities (mostly public universities) in Britain, the United States, Australia, Canada, Singapore and other countries. The bachelor's degree lasts only three years and can be easily transferred to universities in a third country.

4. Curriculum design reaches international standards

In addition to bachelor's and master's degrees, Malaysian students can also obtain internationally recognized qualifications or professional diplomas, which are a strong weight for employment.

5. A sound educational supervision mechanism

Malaysia has the highest education standards in the world. There is a special department, The Malaysian Academic Accreditation Authority, which regularly evaluates the quality of education and adopts the quality standard management system to ensure the quality of teaching. The graduation certificate is widely recognized internationally.

6. Low cost

According to the current market, to read undergraduate or graduate students in Malaysia, only a quarter of the cost of studying abroad in Britain, also significantly lower than other European and American countries, students can save 50%~70% of the cost of studying abroad, greatly reducing the economic burden and psychological burden of students. Malaysia is the first choice for working families because of its reasonable cost performance.

7. Easy visa policy and high visa rate

Malaysia has a relaxed visa policy for Chinese students - no financial guarantee is required. Many institutions in Malaysia use a "fast-track" visa application process, in which the school has applied for an entry approval letter from the Immigration Department at the same time as accepting the international student and issuing the admission letter, and the success rate of the visa application is almost 100%.

8. Excellent language environment

Malaysia is a Commonwealth country with a very high prevalence of English, which is the official living and working language. Ninety-nine percent of Malaysian institutions teach in English.

9. Flexible admission methods

Malaysia has no restrictions on the academic qualifications of Chinese students. Students who have completed the second year of high school, are in the third year of high school, are in the middle school, are in the secondary school, are in the vocational high school, are in the secondary school, are in the secondary school, are in the secondary school, are in the vocational high school, are in the secondary school, are in the college, are in the adult education, are in the self-examination.

10. Good prospects for development

Although Malaysia is not a big country, it is one of the most prosperous countries in Asia, with a stable economy and low unemployment in recent years. Malaysia has a large number of overseas industries, most of which are managed by foreign employees. This provides more employment opportunities for high-quality foreign graduates who have received higher education in Malaysia.