MALAYSIA THE EDUCATION DESTINATION

Good quality and cost-effective education has made Malaysia one of the most preferred higher education destinations today. With world-class education being offered through a wide range of diverse and flexible options, education in Malaysia is one of the best options. In fact, Malaysia is rated as the 11th preferred destination in the world for education.

Malaysia is a truly multicultural country. It extends warm welcome to international students to its region. It is one of the safest and most peaceful countries in the world with a relatively low crime rate. Boasting excellent infrastructure, it offers a good quality of life while having the lowest cost of living among Asian countries.

Malaysia, also known as ‘mini-Asia’, is a true melting pot of different cultures. The majority of the population comprises ethnic Malays followed by Chinese and Indians. The local cuisine includes not just local fare but also a rich variety of international flavours. With its rich culture and natural beauty, Malaysia regularly features among the top 10 travel destinations in the world. Visit all 14 states of Malaysia while you are here to learn and experience our rich and diverse cultures.

Kuala Lumpur – ‘Most Affordable City in the World for Students’

Malaysia’s capital, Kuala Lumpur, has been named the ‘Most Affordable City in the World for Students’ three times between 2013 and 2017. In an annual study conducted by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) Best Student Cities Survey, it cited Kuala Lumpur as an ideal combination of low living costs and relatively low tuition fees.

Kuala Lumpur also proved to be popular among students when it is ranked 30th in the ‘Student View’ category, due to its multicultural nature and the exciting student lifestyle it has to offer.

One of the respondents in the survey said that the tolerance of different views and religions as well as the high affordability of the city as some of the best things about studying in Kuala Lumpur. The result is based on the survey responses of 18,000 students worldwide.

The report also noted that 40% of those surveyed expressed their willingness to stay in Kuala Lumpur after their study period ended. Meanwhile, a 2014 United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) report titled ‘Higher Education Asia: Expanding Up, Expanding Out’ stated that the higher education costs in Malaysia are cheaper compared to traditional study destination countries.

GUC strategic location in Setiawangsa, just 10 kilometres from the heart of Kuala Lumpur city centre would benefit the students in terms of exposure, from the convention and seminars at Kuala Lumpur Convention Center to beautiful tropical parks and other attractions around the city.