Study In Malaysia

The Malaysian Government does allow International Students to work for a limited time during their studies in Malaysia, and international students are advised not to depend solely on this to support their entire studies in Malaysia. Students are permitted to work on part-time basis during semester brakes, festive holidays or more than seven days of holiday for a maximum of 20 hours per week. At times, the working duration may vary depending on the education provider. Students wishing to work must have a valid “Student Pass”.

Students who are married are given the privilege to accompany their spouse, children and parents as dependents.

Students are also eligible for Credit Transfers to 2nd or 3rd year Bachelor Degrees of universities in UK, USA, Australia, Canada and France. Students get the possibility of completing the degree for low course fees than Australia and UK Universities as Foreign Branch Campuses are functioning.

The reason to study Malaysia

⦁ Trans-national Education & International Affiliations.
⦁ Foreign University Branch Campuses in Malaysia- The best of the East and West.
⦁ Low Cost of Living and Affordable Tuition Fees – Everybody Can Study overseas.
⦁ Quality Education – Assured by Legislation.
⦁ Student friendly laws for international students.
⦁ English language – An International Language.
⦁ Working While You Study.
⦁ Simple and Hassle Free Way to Obtain Student Pass.
⦁ Multi-Ethnic Population – Living Together Harmoniously.
⦁ Politically Stable and Geographically Safe Country.

Cost

Course fees which include tuition fees and other study fees payable to the institution, depending on what you are studying and the duration of your course or study program.

Other components like the living expenses which will depend on which location you are staying in, your type of accommodation and your lifestyle.

The average monthly rental for a single room (twin-sharing) per student is between RM250 and RM450 (USD$ 68 to USD$ 122). Other expenses such as food, transportation, laundry and other essentials, based on an ordinary lifestyle are estimated to be between RM600 and RM700 (USD162 to USD189 per month). 

Work

Although the Malaysian Government does allow international students to work for a limited time during their studies in Malaysia, international students are advised not to depend solely on this to support their entire studies in Malaysia. The small income derived from the part time work is merely to supplement their pocket money.

Non-Malaysian students are allowed to work on a part-time basis during semester breaks, festive holidays or more than seven days of holiday for a maximum of 20 hours a week