Explore The best of Malaysia’s UNIQUE DIVERSITY

Affordable, High Quality Education

Home to a number of internationally-renowned university branch campuses, one of many reasons why international students choose Malaysia is because of its cost-effective, high quality tertiary education options. Students can acquire renowned UK and Australia-based degrees from between RM20,000 to 50,000 (US$5,000- US$12,500) per year, giving them the opportunity to gain internationally accredited degrees at a competitive cost. In terms of living costs, an international student is able live comfortably in Malaysia for about RM1,100 MYR a month, inclusive of food, accommodation, and other daily expenses.

Cultural Diversity

Malaysia is a place where people of different faiths live together in harmony – a country where a church, mosque and temple can be located within the same neighbourhood. Because of our multicultural nature, the majority of Malaysians are in tune with the cultural differences observed amongst international students. For example, we are proud to showcase a wide range of ethnic cuisine, with a large proportion of restaurants being Halal and most establishments knowing not to serve beef to Hindus.

Safe Environment

As a testament to its commitment to citizen security, Malaysia was ranked world's 16th most peaceful country globally (and the 3rd most peaceful country in East Asia behind Japan and Singapore) by the Global Peace Index, while also ranking as the fifth (5th) safest country for women out of the 14 countries across the Asia Pacific (APAC).


Since achieving independence, the Malaysian government has invested significantly into infrastructure development. Malaysia’s capital, Kuala Lumpur, is known for the iconic Petronas Twin Towers - a symbol of modern Malaysia. While Putrajaya, the administrative capital, is a good example of modern, state-of-the-art designs incorporating Western and Islamic influences.

Food Paradise

Without question, Malaysia has some of the best food in the world. When you blend together Malay, Chinese, and Indian cuisine, gastro perfection is inevitable! No other country blends spices so well as to create heavenly dishes such as roti canai, nasi lemak, chicken fish(!), chicken satay, mee goreng, and kangkung belachan.

Stunning Sites

Need a break from studying? From nature to historical sites and shopping outlets, our country has it all. In Sabah and Sarawak, there are pristine islands such as Pulau Sipadan and Pulau Gaya, while Mount Kinabalu, the tallest mountain in South-East Asia is a Unesco World Heritage Site. It’s also no secret that Malaysians are shopping-obsessed: reflected from the dozens of shopping malls (and counting!) in the Klang Valley.