Studies in Malaysia - Studysea
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Studies in Malaysia

Here is why you should consider doing your university studies in Malaysia.

Malaysia is positioning itself as South East Asia’s international education hub and attracts students from all over the world. StudySEA represents two universities in Malaysia. Both are located in the capital city Kuala Lumpur. The reputable Australian Monash University Malaysia was the first foreign university to be established in Malaysia. HELP University is one of the country’s leading private universities.

Malaysia is a popular alternative to Singapore, as the quality of education is high, but costs of living only a fraction of Singapore. That means value for money. As a Western student in Malaysia you can live quite comfortably on a student budget, while stile maintaining a high standard of living. It is cheap to eat out and many students choose to enjoy their meals in the popular food courts that can be found in the country’s many shopping malls. As Malaysia is a multicultural society, you will be able to find cuisines from all over the world. Western food is also common and affordable, should you get homesick.

It is easy and affordable to travel with public transportation in Kuala Lumpur. A ticket with the monorail or subway typically costs between 50 cents and a dollar. Air traffic is well developed and it is cheap to fly both domestically and regionally. As an example, you can fly to Singapore for just 20 dollars with budget airlines such as Air Asia. Read more under Monash and HELP to see what to budget for when studying abroad in Malaysia.

Contact StudySEA today and hear how we can help you plan your studies in Malaysia.