FAQ - MALAYSIA
Along with academic qualification which may vary from university to university, you are required to have a student pass to pursue your education in Malaysia.
You can only apply for a student pass after receiving an offer from an institution or a university. The institution/university, then will submit student pass application to Education Malaysia Global Services (owned subsidiary of the Ministry of Education of Malaysia) on your behalf.
Can I apply for a student pass directly?
The IELTS/TOEFL requirement varies from institution to institution and courses to courses. Many foreign universities which have their campuses in Malaysia may ask for English proficiency.
As an international student you will be allowed to work part-time for a maximum of 20 hours per week only during semester breaks or holidays of more than 7 days at restaurants, petrol kiosks, mini markets and hotels. You may not be able to work as cashiers, singers, masseurs, musician or GROs.
Malaysia country not only offers affordable and quality education but also provides the opportunity to achieve degree from foreign universities through their branch campuses. For more details contact HGG.
Medical screening is mandatory requirement which every international student has to undergo. The Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) has laid down criteria for the assessment of the health condition of international students which must be compiled with.
Yes, you can pursue a part-time course for short periods on a social visa.