|Malaysia Rank 2020||University||City/Area|
|1||University of Malaya||Kuala Lumpur|
|2||Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR)5||Petaling Jaya|
|=3||Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia||Selangor|
|=3||Universiti Malaysia Perlis||Arau|
|=3||Universiti Putra Malaysia||Selangor|
|=3||Universiti Sains Malaysia||Pulau Pinang|
|=3||Universiti Teknologi Malaysia||Johor|
|=3||Universiti Teknologi Petronas||Seri Iskandar|
|=9||Universiti Tenaga Nasional (UNITEN)||Selangor|
|=9||=Universiti Utara Malaysia||Kedah Darul Aman|
|=11||Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS)||Sarawak|
|=11||Universiti Utara Malaysia||Selangor|
All educational institutions in Malaysia are closely observed by the Malaysian Education Ministry through their 6 quality regulator establishments and suitable legislative bodiessuch as, The Education Act, 1996, The Private Higher Educational Institutions Act, 1996, The National Council of Higher Education Act, 1996, The Malaysian Qualifications Agency Act 2007, The Universities and University Colleges (Amendment) Act, 1996 (amended 2009)&The National Higher Education Fund Corporation Act, 1997 (Amendment 2000).
Many students upon achievement of their basic degree in Malaysia, are easily accepted into higher programmes from top universities in the world. Here a Student can opt for
- Pre-Tertiary Level
- Tertiary Level.
There are three intakes throughout the year &The number of year for studying a specific level varies:
Diploma: 4 years
Bachelors: 4 Years or Diploma + 2Years
Masters: 1-3 Years
Doctorate Degree: 3-6 Years
Few programmes for which the students across the globe are attracted to join Malaysian colleges are:
Higher education institutions offer some of the most diverse and interesting of courses – there’s something for everyone, in Malaysia. The Hassle-free visa provision by the immigration for the students invite in a very large number of international students to the region.
The course fees of studying in Malaysia’s colleges and universities are among the lowest in the region making Malaysia an ideal destination for good quality education at a very affordable price. Living expenses in Malaysia is very affordable. find your university which fits you best, look around at our website and compare universities and courses with each other and apply for more information.
|Study Level||Tuition Fee, per year|
|Foundation / Pre-U||RM 8,000 - 23,000|
|Diploma||RM 6,000 - 30,000||42,000 - 60,700|
|Bachelor's Degree||RM 9,000 - 40,000|
|Master’s Degree||RM 13,000 - 40,000|
* Tuition fee might differ from program to program. This is an average estimation.
After your studies in Malaysia, you can start a job here. This will depend solely on the role, salary and contract, all of which will determine which pass an individual can apply for. You will also need to have a passport which is valid for at least 18 months for applying a work visa.There are a few options available for graduates who wish to stay and work in the country after their studies, namely the Employment Pass. There is also the Temporary Employment Pass and Visitor’s Pass (Professional). The lengths of each of these options do vary, from six months up to around five years, as do the terms and conditions. So, after studies, a good amount of chances to get a job in a local company is there, which leads to a higher earning.
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