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Country Name: Malaysia

If you want to study in Malaysia-We are here to guide you properly. We will give you proper guidelines regarding admission, visa processing, accommodation, credit transfer and so on. We are working for getting admission in School, College and University. From Class One to PhD- You will get satisfactory information from us. Moreover, OSCL provides the actual information about to study in Malaysia that will make you confident in every aspect. Not only study, we will help you to live in Malaysia as a 2nd home!


Why Study in Malaysia?

Malaysia is one of the safest and most political stable countries in the world with a relatively low crime rate and the country is free from most natural disasters which makes it an attractive country to live in. The weather in Malaysia is sunny and rainy all year without extreme cold or hot weather conditions making the weather easily adaptable. In 2011, Malaysia was ranked19th most peaceful country out of 153 countries. The infrastructure in Malaysia is one of the most developed in Asia with state-of-the-art health care and medical facilities, advanced telecommunications infrastructure, world-class university campus and facilities, and best expressway network in South East Asia.


Cost of Study:

The expenditure of studying and living in Malaysia is comparatively low to countries like Australia, US, UK, France, Canada, etc. as the Malaysian currency conversion is advantageous.


        Tuition Fees (annually)

Living Costs

Total Education Cost
(per annum)


USD 5,000

USD 4,000

USD 9,000


USD 15,000

USD 10,500

USD 25,500


USD 18,000

USD 13,000

USD 31,000

United Kingdom

USD 15,000

USD 12,000

USD 27,000


USD 13,000

USD 8,500

USD 21,500






Scholarship and Part time job opportunity:

You can study in Malaysia on fully funded or partially funded scholarships. Government of Malaysia and Universities in Malaysia offer scholarships to international students and local citizens every year.


Intake for scholarship:

Intakes in Public universities: September

Intakes in Private universities: February, July, September

Non-Malaysian students are allowed to work on a part-time basis during semester breaks, festive holidays or more than seven days of holiday for a maximum of 20 hours a week. Non-Malaysian students are permitted to work in restaurants, petrol kiosks, mini markets and hotels except in the following positions: cashier, singer, masseur, musician, Guest Relations Officer.

Note: All students aspiring to work part-time must have a valid ‘Student Pass’. 


Benefits of Study in Malaysia:

Ability to get foreign degree qualifications studying fully in Malaysia from countries like US, UK, Australia, Canada, etc. at a much lower cost.

In Malaysia, international and local students are able to get foreign degree qualifications from universities in Australia, US, UK, France, Canada, etc. through twinning and 3+0 degrees, as well as foreign university campuses that are already setup in Malaysia.


Malaysia 2nd home program:

Malaysia My Second Home Program is an initiative promoted and supported by the Government of Malaysia to allow people from all over the world who fulfill certain criteria, to stay in Malaysia as long as possible on a social visit pass with a multiple entry visa. The MM2H visa permit is initially of a period of 10 years (depending on the validity of the applicant’s passport) and is renewable.

The MM2H visa permit is now attracting foreign citizens to Malaysia not only to stay but also to use it as a base from which “to conduct business overseas”, “to educate their children” and “to retire or semi-retire”. Applicants are allowed to bring their spouses and unmarried children below the age of 21 and parents as dependents.


Culture and Diversity:

Malaysia is a country of contrasts and surprises, a bubbly blend of people and ideologies. The laid-back, friendly Malaysians love to socialize and welcome you to their country with a smile. The stunning variety of attractions and free-time activities in the thrilling metropolitan area of Kuala Lumpur and the natural wonders of Malaysia such as Langkawi, Taman Negara, and Cameron Highlands ensure you will never run out of things to see and do.