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4 years ago
Member since Aug' 2018
Answered 4 years ago
Yes, most institutions accept international students from Sri Lanka. You would need to apply 3 months in advance, though, to give the institution enough time to issue a student visa before the intake starts.
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Member since May' 2018
To become a registered pharmacist in Malaysia, your degree must be on the list of recognised pharmacy degrees in Malaysia. You can find the link here:
There is no university in Sri Lanka that is on the list, so the answer to your question would be - you cannot become a licensed pharmacist in Malaysia. Sorry, and all the best!