||329,847 sq km
||Bahasa Melayu (Malay) is the national language but English is widely spoken
||Islam is the official religion of the country but other religions are freely practiced
||The unit of currency is Malaysian Ringgit indicated as ‘RM’
||Tropical climate with warm weather all year round. Average temperature: 32°C (90°F)
||GMT+8 and 16 hours ahead of U.S. Pacific Standard Time
Hassel-free immigration procedures
Unlike many other countries, the immigration process for international students in Malaysia is pretty straightforward and guileless. The procedures are free from complexity hence help the students to elude wasting time, energy and money. Furthermore, our institute’s international student affairs department is keen to provide assistance to foreign students in their application process to study here in Malaysia.
Safe and Peaceful Environment
Study in harmony! Here the students can study without fear and worries as Malaysia has an extensive history of political stability and the crime rate in Malaysia is comparatively low as compared to other countries. Studying in Malaysia is also contented as it is free from most natural catastrophes.
Diversified in Everything
Malaysia is a hodgepodge of ethnic cultures, customs, cuisines and religions all coexisting peaceably together. The country’s geography is also unique and diverse, from large island groups to mountains, fertile highlands and tropical rainforest. Malaysia is a distinctive country, divided into two main continents, West Malaysia and East Malaysia. West Malaysia occupies the southern half of a peninsula shared with Thailand, while across the South China Sea is East Malaysia, consists of two large states which are Sabah and Sarawak, situated on the Borneo Island.
The international students benefit from studying in Malaysia through the country’s great variety of cuisines, from Chinese, Continental, Asians, Japanese, Korean, Western and Middle-eastern. The country is absolutely a food paradise!
Communicate at Ease
Malaysia is an English speaking country and has a rich language learning environment. This makes it easy for international students to adapt studying here. Even though Malay and English are broadly used, but thanks to its diversified society, many other languages and dialects like Mandarin, Tamil, Cantonese, Hokkien, Hakka, FooChow, Hainanese, Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam and other indigenous languages are also widely spoken.