Why make Malaysia your destination of choice when studying abroad part-2
Please click the above link to read previous post.
11. The Mercer 2016 Quality of Living Rankings lists Kuala Lumpur among the top 10 cities in Asia-Pacific: In the Mercer 2016 Quality of Living Rankings, which looks at factors such as safety, health, education and public services, Kuala Lumpur was listed among the top 10 cities in Asia-Pacific, 2nd in South-east Asia, and 86 overall out of 230 cities.
12. Malaysia ranked 28th in the Global Peace Index 2015
Malaysia is also a politically stable and geographically safe country that enjoys a warm and humid tropical climate throughout the year. Learn more about Malaysia rankings in Global Peace Index 2015.
13. The diversity in Malaysia makes international students exposed to different cultures and traditions
The diversity in Malaysia means that international students are exposed to multiple languages, cultures and traditions as well as a wide variety of culinary treats and places of interest to explore.
14. Malaysia is a food haven and recreation is abundant
There are just so much to choose from, from local food courts to restaurants with regional favourites. Recreation is abundant in Malaysia with shopping malls, cinemas, gymnasiums, sports complexes, and more
15. Extensive international student support services:
-institution representative meets student at airport
-social and recreational activities
16. Simple and hassle free system for international students to gain entry into Malaysia
Obtaining a visa and a student pass for full-time study in Malaysia is a quick and easy process.
17. Gateway to Southeast Asia
With the 9th best airport in the world, students will find it easy to explore the nearby ASEAN nations, such as Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia and Philippines, as well as further on, like China, Japan and Australia.
18. Affordable travel
Malaysia provides affordable travel within the region for students with low-cost airlines like AirAsia, AirAsia X, Cebu Pacific, Malindo Air, Tiger Airways, Scoot, and Jetstar Asia.
19. Work while you study
All international students with a valid student pass are allowed to work part time for a maximum of 20 hours per week during semester breaks or holidays of more than 7 days in specific sectors.
20. It’s easy to get around especially in larger cities like Kuala Lumpur
-Light Rapid Transit (LRT)
-Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) (to be completed soon)
-Taxis, Uber and GrabCar
Are you interested in STUDYING in MALAYSIA ? Then, send us the application form, try to make your dream come true from here