|Some Questions About Malaysia|
- Foreign students are allowed to study in Public or Private Educational Institutions whose courses have been approved by the Ministry of Higher Education and the intake of foreign student has the approval from the Ministry of Home Affairs.
- For foreign student who has been offered in the Public Institute of Higher Learning is required to apply through the institute itself.
- For new student in Private Institute of Higher Learning, an application should be made through the official website (E-Student Pass System) of the institute which is registered.
- Application for transfer to another Private Institute of Higher Learning should be made through E-Student Pass System.
- Application for extension of passes should be made through the respective Immigration Office.
- you do not work more than 20 hours a week;
- you are only allowed to work in any of these places: hotel, petrol station, mini-mart, and restaurant;
- applications must be made to Malaysian Immigration Headquarters in person and with one representative from The University (travel cost to be borne by the student);
- prior approval is obtained from Malaysian Immigration As such, The University strongly advises that international students prepare sufficient funds from their home country & do not rely on part-time employment in Malaysia for course and living expenses.
|www.studymalaysia.com||(Official Website for International Students)|
|www.imi.gov.my||(Official Immigration Website)|
|www.malaysia.gov.my||(The Malaysian Government‘s Official Portal)|
|www.universitymalaysia.net||(Malaysian Universities Guide)|
|www.scholars4dev.com||(Malaysian Government Scholarships for International Students)|
|www.tourism.gov.my||(Tourism Malaysia: Official Website)|
Historically Malaysia is a meeting place for traders from China and India and hence today Malaysia is a bubbling, bustling melting pot of races and religions where Malays, Indians, Chinese and many other people live together in peace and harmony.