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Engg & Management In Malaysia

Engg & Management In Malaysia

Capital: Kuala Lumpur
Largest City: Seberang Perai
Official Language: Bahasa Malaysia
Currency: Malaysian ringgit
Climate: Equatorial

Why Study in Malaysia

Malaysia is becoming a new favorite of international students due to its top-notch education standards. The education standards are assessed by the Ministry of Education with a continuous effort to improve the standards and make the country a center of excellence. University Malaya secured 87th place in the QS World University Rankings 2019.

The cost of studying and living here is very low. Students are encouraged and allowed to work part-time during their studies (except for some professions).

It has a hassle-free immigration process. So visas can be attained easily for international students.

The country has a contrasting blend of cultures and ideologies. It has some stunning attractions that you can’t miss. Traveling in the country is super affordable. On the whole, it is a safe and welcoming country.

Apex International Consultancy is the best when it comes to smooth visa processing. From the application of visa to travel arrangements, the experts at Apex manage everything professionally.

Mechanical Engineering Programs

  • Automotive Engineering
  • General Mechanical Engineering
  • Computational Mechanical Engineering
  • Automation & IT
  • Mechatronics Engineering
  • Technical Management
  • Computation Engineering
  • Global Production Engineering
  • International Technology Transfer Management

Electrical & Electronics Engineering Programs

  • Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Microsystems
  • Control & Information systems
  • Electrical & Electronics Engineering
  • Communication & Signal Processing
  • Information & communication systems
  • Scientific Instrumentation
  • Microelectronics & Microsystems

Computer Science programs

  • Computer Science
  • Data Knowledge Management
  • Software Engineering & Management
  • Computer Science & Communication Engineering
  • Software Engineering
  • Information Systems
  • Computer Science (SAP)
  • Information Technology

Chemical Engineering Programs

  • Process Engineering & Energy Technology
  • Water Resources Engineering and Management
  • Water Science
  • Material Science
  • Chemical Engineering & Process Systems
  • Polymer Material Science
  • Chemical & Process Engineering

Management Programs

  • International Management
  • International Business & Mgmnt
  • Transport Management
  • International Business
  • MBA & Engineering
  • International Marketing
  • MS in Economics
  • MS in Quantitative Economics
  • International finance Global Mgmnt
  • MBA Aviation Management

STUDY IN MALAYSIA

Centre of Excellence for Education Malaysia is currently the world’s 11th most preferred study destination. According to UNESCO, Malaysia has captured a 2% market share of international students in the fast growing private education sector. With a population of 27.9 million in 2009 and more than a million Malaysian students in tertiary education, Malaysia also accommodates more than 80,000 international students in the beginning of 2010. Higher education opportunities are abundant for international students at an affordable cost. All students are welcome to come learn in a country of great diversity, rapid economic development and peopl e living in peace and harmony! Malaysia is the world’s 11th most preferred study destination. Recognising the potential of the country to become an education hub, various measures have been taken to promote Malaysia as a centre of excellence for education. These include establishing Malaysia as a higher education mobility hub for international students, deploying effective marketing strategies, and setting up Malaysian Higher Education Centres in selected cities worldwide. In addition, high impact projects have been developed to cater specifically for education, for example, Kuala Lumpur Education City (KLEC) and Iskandar Malaysia’s EduCity in Nusajaya (Johor) that offers tailored-made programmes for international students.

Education System in Malaysia

Introduction: Country where various ethnic groups live together through mutual understanding and tolerance fostered over several decades of coexistence. The cultures of these groups form a colourful and vibrant heritage for the peoples of Malaysia as well as its visitors. Since Malaysia gained independence in 1957, it has evolved into a high technology nation and experienced steady economic progression and rapid infrastructure development which Malaysians are truly proud of. Today, Malaysia continues to thrive in its ventures. It has become more efficient and competitive globally. According to the 2010 World Competitive Yearbook published by the Swiss-based Institute for Management Development (IMD), Malaysia had an overall ranking of 10th most competitive countries in the world. IMD’s World Competitiveness Yearbook reports on the competitiveness of nations through the Overall Competitiveness Scoreboard which ranks the world’s 57 leading economic nations. It takes into consideration a economic performance, government efficiency, business efficiency and infrastructure. Malaysia is also a popular destination for tourists. Lonely Planet, one of the most widely read travel guidebook, picked Malaysia as one of the world’s top destination for 2010. The Lonely Planet praises Malaysia for its diversity from its cities to the rainforests as well as multicultural elements of its people. Malaysia is known to many as a peaceful country where various ethnic groups live harmoniously

Malaysian Plan for Developed Country Status

The 10th Malaysia Plan (10MP) covers the period from 2011 to 2015 and is part of the government’s goal of becoming a developed nation by 2020. Among the highlights of the 10MP are new approaches towards becoming a high income and high productivity economy. The gross national income per capita is targeted to increase from the current RM23,567 or USD7,365, (in 2009) to RM38,850 or USD12,140, in 2015. Twelve National Key Economic Areas (NKEAs) have been identified to boost the economy on the basis of contribution to high income, sustainability and inclusiveness. They include: oil and gas, palm oil and related products, financial services, wholesale and retail, tourism, information and communications technology, education, electrical and electronics, business services, private healthcare, agriculture as well as the Greater Kuala Lumpur revitalisation. The 10MP has been formulated with various new approaches towards becoming a high income and high productivity economy. Today, Malaysia continues to thrive in its ventures. It has become more efficient and competitive globally. According to the 2010 World Competitive Yearbook published by the Swiss-based Institute for Management Development (IMD), Malaysia had an overall ranking of 10th most competitive countries in the world. IMD’s World Competitiveness Yearbook reports on the competitiveness of nations through the Overall Competitiveness Scoreboard which ranks the world’s 57 leading economic nations. It takes into consideration a economic performance, government efficiency, business efficiency and infrastructure. Malaysia is also a popular destination for tourists. Lonely Planet, one of the most widely read travel guidebook, picked Malaysia as one of the world’s top destination for 2010. The Lonely Planet praises Malaysia for its diversity from its cities to the rainforests as well as multicultural elements of its people. Malaysia is known to many as a peaceful country where various ethnic groups live harmoniously.

Location and Climate

Located in south-east Asia, Malaysia is made up of Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak and covers a total land area of about 329,758 square km. Peninsular Malaysia is flanked by the South China Sea on the east and the Straits of Malacca on the west, with Thailand as its northern neighbour and Singapore sitting at the south. Sabah and Sarawak occupy the northern zone of Borneo. Malaysia is located 7 degrees north of the Equator at a longitude of 8 hours ahead of the GMT. Malaysia is accessible from any part of  the world via air or sea. It is located in a zone that does not experience any drastic weather change or serious natural calamities such as earthquakes and tornados. Malaysia’s strategic location makes it an excellent choice for multinationals with regional businesses to set up their headquarters here.

The Climate

Malaysia has a pleasant tropical climate and is generally hot and humid throughout the year as it is close to the equator. Temperatures are around 300C during the day and 250C at night in the lowland and between 210C to 280C in the highlands. Light cotton, cool and casual clothing is recommended all year round. Rainfall in Malaysia is often unpredictable, but generally falls at an average of 250 cm (100 inches) annually in West Malaysia and 300 cm in Sabah and Sarawak (East Malaysia). Winds here are often influenced by the northeast and south-west monsoons that blow alternately during the year. The north-east monsoon blows from the months of November to April and bring heavy rains to the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia as well as to Sabah and Sarawak. The south-west monsoon season is on the other hand drier, resulting in a dry period for the whole country and in particular the west coast of West Malaysia.

University List Malaysia

  • University of Technology, Malaysia
  • Tun Hussein Onn University of Malaysia
  • Malaysia University of Malaysia,
  • Kelantan National Defence University of Malaysia
  • University of Malaya
  • Technical University of Malaysia,
  • Melaka Islamic Science University of Malaysia
  • University of Malaysia,
  • Pahang University of Science, Malaysia
  • Sultan Idris University of Education
  • University of Malaysia, Perlis
  • University of Malaysia, Sabah
  • University of Malaysia,
  • Sarawak International Islamic University of Malaysia
  • National University of Malaysia
  • MARA University of Technology Putra University, Malaysia
  • Sultan Zainal Abidin University
  • University of Malaysia, Terengganu