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Malaysian universities are improving rapidly, and aren’t far behind universities that impart world-class education. Some of the universities rank among the world’s top 100 courses, all thanks to Malaysia’s education system and its focus on international standards.
Many foreign universities, especially Australian and British, have branch campuses in Malaysia; both among the top 100 universities in the world and have branch campuses in Malaysia.
International students studying in Malaysia are allowed to work part-time for 20 hours per week.
The cost of studying and living in Malaysia for international students is comparatively lower than most western countries yet the degree has the same weightage, but at a significantly lower cost.
Those who shy away from the cold and rainy weather will love Malaysia’s year-round warm, sunny climate. Its warmest average temperature is 84.2 degrees Fahrenheit, while its coldest average temperature is 82.4 degrees Fahrenheit (yes, you read that right!).
International students in Malaysia benefit from the easy and trouble-free immigration procedures as compared to other countries which have stricter student immigration procedures.
Welcoming all religions and races, Malays, Chinese, Indian and indigenous groups populate the nation, making for a rich cultural heritage, this makes Malaysia more congenial for international students.
A majority of the universities in Malaysia conduct their lectures in English. In addition to this, English is one of the languages most spoken in the country.
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