Malaysia is a wonderful country to reside in and if you’re planning to study here with our prestigious universities, you need to prepare your finances. The cost of living here in Malaysia is relatively lower than, say, Singapore – although it all depends on your chosen lifestyle. &nbs..
Despite being the youngest presenter in the competition, Josiah Yang Kai bagged the silver medal in recognition of his outstanding project during the International Conference and Exposition on Inventions by Institutions of Higher Learning 2019 (PECIPTA).Johor Bahru, Johor – 4 October 2019 – The ..
A University of Southampton Malaysia student has won the prestigious Centennial Scholarship sponsored by the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS), UK for the second consecutive year.Final year Aeronautics and Astronautics student Lian Ming Goh is enrolled in the University of Southampton Malaysia split..
We all know how bad having roommates are but it's inevitable to avoid because having your own apartment or renting an ensuite room in the dorms are pricey. So it’s a lose/lose situation regardless and you got to choose between one of the two and most of the time you’ll end up in a ro..
The level of higher education in Malaysia has been on the rise, based on annual QS World University Ranking results. It is not surprising then for the country to be a popular place to study for among foreign students. High number of international studentsThere are more than 122,000 internationa..
Malaysia is a top tourism destination that is fast becoming a health tourism hub in Asia. However, this lush, beautiful country is also a great choice for higher education. Intriguing diversityMalaysia is a diverse and multiracial country, making it a perfect place to introduce all visito..
Many international students choose to study in the metropolitan areas in Malaysia like the capital, Kuala Lumpur (KL), or heavily-populated areas like Penang. These areas are the hubs for international students as the cities welcome foreign individuals and contain a substantial amount of educational..
You might be unsure of studying in Malaysia because it is an Islamic country and it might not be accepting of your particular beliefs. But just know that Malaysia is open to all religions and there is a variety of people from different races, backgrounds and religious beliefs, so there is no need to..
The development sector, which is the third largest sector in the country, has always been a primary source of career opportunities for graduates in the Geospatial field. Despite the abundance of job offers, however, the career of a land surveyor remains to be less popular than those in the same fiel..
Recently, a debate was sparked on Twitter when user Cik Anas posted a picture of a man holding a cardboard in front of McDonald's that read “McDonald's is a place to eat, not to study”. He then tells a story of his encounter with a group of students who were studying a..