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Malaysia is ranked the world’s 11th most preferred education destination in the world among international students by UNESCO. This shows that Malaysia has definitely won the confidence of international students for its quality education and enriching student experience.

In addition, the multicultural community of Malaysia supports the institutions’ aim to make its students global citizens. International students are exposed to multiple languages, cultures, and traditions as well as a wide variety of culinary treats and places of interest to explore. There are not many countries in this world can offer the type of learning environment that Malaysia offers to international students.

Get ready for all the important information you need to make a decision about the study abroad in Malaysia! Click on the tabs below to find out about the world-class universities & colleges for Diploma, undergraduate & postgraduate programs in Malaysia and practical information on applications, admissions, fees, scholarships, visas, local life and more….



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If you are considering becoming an international student in Malaysia, you may be wondering where to begin in applying to study in this country. The process of applying to enter Malaysia as a student is simple.

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Students and their parents have many things to consider when deciding on where and what to study.


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The Malaysian education system is largely modeled on the British education system. Most public higher education institutions use the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) system whilst others use the grading system.

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Students and their parents have many things to consider when deciding on where and what to study. In choosing Malaysia as a study destination, students benefit from:

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Whilst you are staying in Malaysia, you will have a variety of accommodation options available to you. Your choices will depend largely on whether your college or university has student hostels, what city you are located in, and the amount of your monthly budget.

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All international students studying at public or private higher educational institutions are allowed to work part-time for a maximum of twenty (20) hours per week ONLY during semester breaks or holidays of more than seven (7) days at restaurants, petrol kiosks, mini markets and hotels as long as their student passes remain valid and with the prior approval of the Department of Immigration.


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You are allowed to bring your dependents only if you are studying full-time in Malaysia on a course/program that is more than twelve (12) months, at the discretion of the Immigration Department of Malaysia.

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All international students studying at public or private higher educational institutions are allowed to work part-time for a maximum of twenty (20) hours per week ONLY during semester breaks or holidays of more than seven (7) days at restaurants, petrol kiosks, mini markets and hotels as long as their student passes remain valid and with the prior approval of the Department of Immigration.


প্রত্যেক শিক্ষার্থীরই স্বপ্ন থাকে উচ্চশিক্ষায় শিক্ষিত হওয়ার। তাই উচ্চশিক্ষার স্বপ্ন পূরণে যতই দিন যাচ্ছে বিদেশে উচ্চশিক্ষার হার ততই বেড়ে চলছে।বিদেশে উচ্চশিক্ষার জন্য এ দেশে অনেক মেধাবী শিক্ষার্থীদের আগ্রহ রয়েছে।কিন্তু দেখা গেছে ইউরোপ-আমেরিকায় পড়তে যেতে অনেক খরচ। সেদিক থেকে মালয়েশিয়া হতে পারে শিক্ষার্থীদের পছন্দের দেশ।

বর্তমানে সরকারি বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়গুলোতে পছন্দমতো বিষয়ে ভর্তি হতে না পেরে আর্থিকভাবে অসচ্ছল হওয়া সত্ত্বেও অনেক শিক্ষার্থী স্বপ্ন পূরণে ইউরোপ-আমেরিকায় পাড়ি জমানোর সিদ্ধান্ত নিয়ে থাকে। লক্ষ্য থাকে পার্টটাইম জব করে ওই অর্থ দিয়ে পড়াশোনার ব্যয় নির্বাহ করার, কিন্তু বাস্তবিকভাবে যখন স্বপ্ন পূরণে বাধাগ্রস্ত হয় তখন উচ্চশিক্ষা গ্রহণ করা হয় না শিক্ষার্থীর। ফলে এমন পরিস্থিতিতে যেসব শিক্ষার্থীর মহৃল লক্ষ্যই থাকে উচ্চশিক্ষা গ্রহণের, সেসব শিক্ষার্থী বেছে নিতে পারেন পার্শ্ববর্তী দেশ মালয়েশিয়ায় কারণ সেখানে শিক্ষার্থীরা কয়েকভাবে উপকৃত হচ্ছে। কম খরচে পড়াশোনা করতে পারছে, পাশাপাশি থাকছে পার্ট টাইম জবের সুযোগ। মালয়েশিয়ায় ওই একই মানের শিক্ষা ব্যয়, থাকা-খাওয়া ও আনুষঙ্গিক খরচ ইউরোপের তুলনায় এক-তৃতীয়াংশ হওয়ায় শিক্ষার্থীরা উচ্চশিক্ষা গ্রহণে এ দেশটিকে নিশ্চিন্ত মনে বেছে নিচ্ছেন।

বিশ্বের বর্তমানে অন্যতম অর্থনৈতিক সমৃদ্ধশালী দেশ মালয়েশিয়া। পার্টটাইম জবের সুবিধাসহ সেখানে রয়েছে কম বেশি বেতনে পার্ট টাইম জব করার সুযোগ আছে। তবে শিক্ষার্থীদের মনে রাখতে হবে পার্ট টাইম জব দিয়ে পুরো খরচ উঠানো সম্ভাব নয়।

মালয়েশিয়ায় রয়েছে গ্র্যাজুয়েট,  পোস্ট গ্র্যাজুয়েট ও ডিপ্লোমা কোর্সসহ ক্যারিয়ারভিত্তিক বিভিন্ন কোর্স করার সুযোগ।

মালয়েশিয়ার প্রথম সারির কয়েকটি বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ে সুযোগ আছে ইউরোপ, আমেরিকা, কানাডা ও অস্ট্রেলিয়ায় ক্রেডিট ট্রান্সফারের সুযোগ। কারণ ওইসব দেশের আধুনিক ও সমৃদ্ধ ক্যাম্পাস মালয়েশিয়ায় থাকায় একজন শিক্ষার্থী ৪ বছর মেয়াদি পোস্ট গ্র্যাজুয়েট স্বপ্ন ব্যয়ে ২ বছর মালয়েশিয়ায় করার পরই ইউরোপ-আমেরিকাসহ বিভিন্ন দেশে ক্রেডিট ট্রান্সফার করার সুযোগ পাচ্ছেন। ইউরোপ-আমেরিকার প্রথম সারির বেসরকারি বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়গুলোর ক্যাম্পাস রয়েছে মালয়েশিয়ায়। যেমন ইন্টি লরেট ইন্টারন্যাশনাল ইউনিভার্সিটি, ( লরেট এডুকেশন গ্রুপ, ইউএসএ), মোনাশ, সুইনবার্ন কার্টেন (অস্ট্রেলিয়া), নটিংহাম (ইউকে) অন্যতম।

এক্সিওম এডুকেশন গ্রুপ ২০০৩ সাল থেকে বাংলাদেশে মালয়েশিয়ার ৫৬টি কলেজ ও বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়েয় প্রতিনিধি হিসেবে সততার সাথে কার্যত্রক্রম চালিয়ে আসছে। শিক্ষার্থীদের উদ্দেশ্যে বলব, সেখানে পড়তে যাওয়ার আগে যেন সে বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ের সমস্ত তথ্য ইন্টারনেটের মাধ্যমে জেনে নেয়। তাহলে প্রতারিত হওয়ার সুযোগ থাকবে না। কারণ সেখানে অনেক নিম্নমানের কলেজ ও বিশ্ববিদ্যালয় রয়েছে।

A student pass is a multiple entry visa and permission to remain in Malaysia for the purposes of study at an approved institution on an approved course.

You are required to pay the relevant student pass application and processing fee to the Malaysian educational institution who will then submit the application on your behalf to EMGS.

It should take fourteen (14) working days upon receipt of a complete application and payment. The educational institution will submit the application and payment on your behalf to EMGS. You can also download the EMGS Mobile app (myapp.emgs.com.my/)to track your application status.

Please communicate with your previous institution to request a cancellation of the application at EMGS.

A medical examination is required for all international students before arrival into Malaysia with the exception of students who are enrolling into Public Universities.

In addition, a Malaysian medical examination is mandatory for international students and you are required to attend and complete the medical examination at EMGS’s approved panel of clinics/hospitals within seven (7) days from your date of entry into Malaysia. Students enrolling into Malaysia Public Universities can attend the medical screening at clinics located in their universities.

  If I do not attend a Malaysian medical examination what will be the consequences?

If you fail to attend a Malaysian medical examination within the timeline stipulated by EMGS, your student pass application will be canceled and no student pass will be issued.

 What happens at the medical screening?

After arriving in Malaysia, you should contact an EMGS appointed panel clinic to make an appointment and bring along a copy of your passport to the panel clinic for medical screening.

The examining doctor will request that you sign a consent letter prior to performance of a medical examination. You may sign the letter of undertaking at the same time of your visit or revisit the panel clinic at a later date in the event that the result of your medical screening indicates that you can only be certified as suitable to remain in Malaysia if you go through certain medical treatment at your own cost.

Blood and urine specimens will be taken from you at the panel clinic and in the event that the panel clinic has no x-ray facility, you will be directed to proceed to an x-ray center within the same day for the chest x-ray to be taken.

The examining doctor at the panel clinic shall assess and conclude whether or not you are suitable to remain in Malaysia based on MOE criteria. In the event that you are conditionally certified as suitable to remain in Malaysia provided you are agreeable to bear your own medical cost for on-going medical treatment, you will be required to sign a letter of undertaking to be submitted to EMGS through the examining doctor. Failing which, your student pass may be canceled as you will need to return to your home country to seek medical treatment.

Please note that EMGS staff are not permitted to discuss the outcome of your medical screening and/or your appeal as this information is confidential. All related clarification shall be sought directly from the examining doctor at the panel clinic.

  How do you make an appeal in the event that you have failed the medical screening?

An appeal must be made at the panel clinic you have visited previously for medical screening within seven (7) days from the receipt of EMGS’s notification that you have failed your initial medical screening.

You may make an appeal by visiting the panel clinic and submit the duly completed Appeal Letter to the examining doctor. The examining doctor shall provide clarification as to the confirmatory test(s) required and all cost(s) relating to the appeal shall be borne by you, payable directly to the panel clinic. The panel clinic will submit the Appeal Letter duly endorsed to EMGS.

EMGS does not charge or benefit from your appeal process.

The result of the confirmatory test(s) will be sent directly to EMGS by the panel clinic and reviewed by the EMGS Appeal Committee. The decision of the Appeal Committee is final and there is no further right of appeal if you are unsuccessful.

In the event that your appeal is unsuccessful, EMGS will proceed with the pass cancellation process. Any immigration fees paid to EMGS will be refunded and any insurance premium for the remaining insured period from the date of pass cancellation will be refunded, provided no insurance claims have been made. Refunds will be made through your educational institution and you will be notified of the sum refunded.

If you wish to withdraw from your course/programme in your present college/university and to transfer to another approved educational institution in Malaysia, a release letter from the current college/university and an offer letter from the new college/university are required to support your application for a new student pass sponsored by the new college/university. Your current college/university will arrange for your existing pass to be shortened prior to the issuance of the release letter. You are allowed to change university or course only twice.

The student pass is not transferable

All international students studying at public or private higher educational institutions are allowed to work part-time for a maximum of twenty (20) hours per week ONLY during semester breaks or holidays of more than seven (7) days at restaurants, petrol kiosks, mini markets and hotels as long as their student passes remain valid and with the prior approval of the Department of Immigration.

International students are NOT permitted to work as cashiers. In addition, in the hotel sector, international students are NOT allowed to work as singers, masseurs, musicians or GROs. International students are not allowed to engage in any job or activity deemed to be immoral.

Applications to work part time must be made through the educational institution at which the international students are enrolled. The international student needs to be present with the representative of the educational institution at the Immigration Department of Malaysia in order to submit an application for part time work.

Yes, however, your current student pass would need to be canceled by the Immigration Department of Malaysia. A release letter from the existing educational institution and an offer letter from the educational institution would have to be submitted in order to process a new student pass application. You will then have to regard this application as a new application for study in Malaysia and make the appropriate application through the new educational institution to EMGS.

In the event that your new application is within six (6) months of your previous application, you would not need to obtain a fresh Malaysian medical screening report. For the avoidance of doubt, your existing Malaysian medical screening report shall not be dated more than six (6) months from the date of your new application.

A student is allowed to change university or course twice – on the 3rd application student will be rejected.

You are allowed to bring your dependents only if you are studying full-time in Malaysia on a course/program that is more than twelve (12) months, at the discretion of the Immigration Department of Malaysia.

Please note that EMGS will process dependent passes for students enrolled in Public and Private Universities. Please notify your university if you intend to bring your dependents since the application will be made through your institution.


Who can be my dependants?

Your parents/guardians, spouse, and your children can be your dependants.


How can I apply for a dependant pass?

EMGS will process dependent passes for students enrolled in Public and Private Universities. Please notify your university if you intend to bring your dependents since the application will be made through your institution.


What is the procedure to apply for a dependant pass?

The dependent pass application should be made through the educational institution. The student pass application will be made through EMGS and once your student pass is issued by the Department of Immigration, the Dependent pass will be processed.

You need to submit a separate application for each dependent.

The processing fee for a dependent pass application is RM 250 (+6% Government Tax). The dependent pass fee is RM90 and the Multiple Entry Visa fee varies depending on the nationality of the applicant.

In addition, the Immigration fee depends on whether your dependents are already in the country when applying. If they are already in Malaysia, they will be required to pay an additional Journey Performed fee of RM500.


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