Malaysia Education Fair begins tomorrow
Kathmandu, September 30
Malaysia-approved Study Plus Pvt Ltd is organising eighth Malaysia Education Fair at Hotel Annapurna on October 2 and 3. It said renowned education institutions of Malaysia will participate in the fair.
Malaysia has has been attracting a lot of foreign students lately as recognised degree from USA, UK and Australia are available in Malaysian universities at a lower cost.
Sushmita Sherpa from Bouddha, Kathmandu, is currently pursuing business management in Segi University of Malaysia, which is affiliated to the University of Greenwich, England.
“Malaysian Universities are different from those in Nepal. They prioritise practical education, which can be only be gained only through research. Thus, you acquire knowledge for practical application,” she said.
Likewise, Bayu College of Copar, Malaysia, has been offering diploma programmes in engineering. The college offers diploma programmes.
Mohammad Namuddin, from Bangladesh currently studying information technology at Bayu College said, “The university has given me a lot of exposure.”
He said that he has already started getting job offers from various companies in Malaysia.
There are a total of 22 government universities and 350 educational private institutions in Malaysia, all of which offer recognised international degrees.