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BACKGROUND: Malaysia is a multicultural country with people from different races & religion living over there in peace and harmony. It is in the heart of Southeast Asia. It is divided into two distinct areas West Malaysia & East Malaysia. The total land area is approximately 329,758 km and is separated by sea by 40 miles. East Malaysia consists of federal territory & two large states Sabah & Sarawak. West Malaysia consists of 11 states & 2 federal territories. The capital of Malaysia is the bright and vibrant city of Kuala Lumpur with its famous twin towers.
The climate in Malaysia is more or less like India; warm & humid throughout the year. Temperature is 30 - 35 C during the day & 22 - 25 C at night. Bahasa Malay is the national language but Mandarin, English & Tamil is also widely used by the immigrants from across the places that have dwelled in Malaysia for the past so many years. Malaysia is known as Asia's food paradise; a place to have huge varieties of cuisines which includes vegetarian to western. The local currency in Malaysia is called Ringgit. 1 (RM) Ringgit = INR 18. Malaysia is the largest exporter in world for manufactured products like electrical goods, natural gas, rubber etc. Malaysia has become a very knowledge based society with high tech infrastructure and major International IT development.


  1. An International standard and high quality Education, which is closely monitored by the Malaysian Education Minister.
  2. Affordable Fees & Living Expenses up to RM 40,000
  3. Hassle free visa procedures
  4. No IELTS required
  5. More than 40,000 International Student Population from across 100 Countries
  6. International Students are allowed to work part time 20 hours per week
  7. Wide usage of English which makes studying and living easy for students

COSTS: In the current courses that we are offering in Malaysia the costs are pretty much amounting to NIL figures. Just the tuition fees are to be paid and that will include the accommodation and the food (depending on where they are put up). The approximate fees of the courses there range from 10000 RM to 16500 RM. The cost of living as such is very low in Malaysia considering the food, outings, movies, travel by bus or any other personal expenses that the student might wish to do during his/her stay in Malaysia.