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Malaysia, located in the heart of Asia is renowned for its affordable living standards, high quality of life, and dynamic economy, making it an appealing choice for students, tourists, and business investors alike. Contact us for expert guidance on your journey to study in Malaysia.

Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation

University of Kuala Lumpur

Heriot Watt University, Malaysia

Taylor’s University

Monash University, Malaysia

Curtin University, Malaysia

UCSI University


Malaysia enjoys a tropical climate with warm temperatures year-round, making it comfortable for international students accustomed to mild to hot weather. The country experiences monsoon seasons, which vary depending on region.


Malaysians are known for their hospitality and multiculturalism, creating a welcoming atmosphere for international students. The population comprises various ethnic groups, including Malays, Chinese, Indians, and indigenous tribes, contributing to a rich tapestry of cultures, traditions, and languages.

Political Condition

Malaysia is a constitutional monarchy with a stable political environment. It has a parliamentary democracy system where elections are held regularly, ensuring a balanced and transparent governance framework that supports economic growth and social stability.


Malaysia has a diversified economy driven by sectors such as manufacturing, electronics, petroleum, and tourism. This provides international students with exposure to a dynamic business environment and ample opportunities for internships and career prospects across various industries.

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Malaysia ranks among the top destinations for internationally recognized education, known for its affordability in food, travel, transportation, and tuition fees. Kuala Lumpur, the capital, is ranked as the second most affordable student city globally. Students also benefit from gaining a global perspective through interactions with people from diverse cultures.

Entry Requirements

For undergraduate programs in Malaysia, international students typically need to have completed their higher secondary education with 60% marks. Postgraduate applicants need a relevant undergraduate degree from a recognized institution with 50% marks. Many institutions require students to show proficiency in English through tests such as IELTS or TOEFL or their specific English test. Specific requirements may vary by institution and program.


The average yearly tuition fees for public universities are approximately US$4,400, and for private universities, they are US$4,970.

Living Expenses

Students do not have to show any living expenses to apply for visa. Whether you live on or off campus, you can comfortably manage within a budget of USD 4,000 annually.

Part-time work rights

International students in Malaysia can work part-time for up to 20 hours per week only during semester breaks or holidays exceeding 7 days, provided their student passes are valid. They can work at restaurants, petrol kiosks, mini markets, and hotels, but prior approval from the Department of Immigration is required. Applications must be submitted through the student's educational institution, and the student must be present with a representative at the Immigration Department to apply.

Stay Back After Course

Students must secure a job offer from a Malaysian employer to stay and work in Malaysia. The employer is responsible for obtaining a work permit, an 'Employment Pass,' on the student's behalf. This pass is valid for a minimum of 2 years and up to a maximum of 5 years.

Frequently Asked

Student Pass is a multiple-entry visa that allows students to stay in Malaysia for studies at an approved institution and on an approved course.

Typically, the student pass is initially issued with a validity of one year. It must be renewed annually through the institution.

Candidates applying to higher education institutions, excluding language institutes, generally do not face any age restrictions.

i-Kad is an identity card for non-Malaysian citizens who have a valid resident status in Malaysia. It will be issued to the students upon the issuance of a student pass.