Study Abroad is a new program which makes students’ dream come true of studying internationally. In previous articles we highlighted the institutions offering courses for international student and the reasons why and what should you study in the country of your choice. In this article we will discuss the eligibility and costs of studying abroad. This article is about studying in Malaysia.
Malaysian costs for international students are very cheap as compared to UK and USA. It is almost half as compared to them. Here we compare Costs of studying in Malaysia to that of UK. The costs associated with study at a Malaysian higher education institution are very competitive when compared with other countries around the world.
Postgraduate tuition fees for international students are cheaper than the equivalent at a UK university. An MA at a government-funded public university can be as low as MYR 3,000 (£538) per academic year.
Study in Malaysia Admissions in Undergraduate and Postgraduate Fees Eligibility Criteria
The University of Malaya is one of the cheapest institutions in the country, with course fees for an international undergraduate costing an average of just 7,078 Malaysian ringgit (MYR) per year (£1,270).
In terms of the cost of studying at an international branch campus, a full-time MBA course at The University of Nottingham’s Malaysia Campus will cost MYR 60,500 (£10,845) in 2015/16. Students enrolling onto the same course in the UK would be expected to pay £23,000 in HEU fees.
Talking about eligibility criteria, International students require TOEFL. For masters program, a student must have a CGPA of 2.8 in Bachelors study and for undergraduate, a student must have acquired at least 60% marks in FSC or equivalent in O Levels A levels. So apply before its too late.