“Meet representatives from leading 7 Malaysian Universities ”
On Sunday 13th January from 10.00am - 4.00pm at Cinnamon Lakeside Hotel, Colombo
Malaysia is an increasingly popular study destination for undergraduate students with more than 80,000 international students from over 100 countries studying there. This is due to many cohesive values that Malaysia has to offer for Asian students compared to other popular study destinations. Discovering these values gives an opportunity for a student to select a best possible higher education options they have. This is the best opportunity for that ; meet representatives from partner universities in Malaysia.
Malaysian Education Fair 2013 is organized in collaboration with 7 of Malaysia’s premier education establishments namely: Taylor’s university, INTI University & Colleges, SEGI College, IMU, NILAI University, Curtin University and KBU. They will represent their partner universities from USA,UK and Australia as well as their own programs. There are world recognized universities such as Upper Iowa University, Northwood University, University of Sunderland, University of Hertfordshire, University of Bradford, University of Greenwich, University of West of England, Anglia Ruskin University, Nottingham Trent University, Sheffield Hallam University, and University of Wollongong.
In Malaysia international students have the opportunity of pursuing a globally recognized degree up to one fifth of the tuition fees of the program’s host country. Living costs approximately $250 -350 per month which is very much similar to the Sri Lankan living cost. Students have the widest set of education choices in Accounting, Business, Management, HR, Supply Chain, Electrical, Electronic, Mechanical and Civil Engineering, Computer Science & IT, Networking, Mobile & Multimedia Computing, Communications & Media Studies, Medicine (MBBS), Dentistry, Bio Medical Sciences, Psychology, Pharmacy, chiropractic.
The Malaysia Immigration Department has a simple and hassle free system for international students to gain entry into Malaysia. Obtaining a visa and a student pass for fulltime study in Malaysia is a quick and easy process.
International students will benefit from an "Asian" experience within Malaysia's multiethnic environment. Studying in Malaysia allows you to make friends with international students from all over the world. These experiences and networks will give a competitive advantage in an evolving globalized world. Closer to home gives the chance for students to travel home often. It takes only 3 hours to travel from Colombo to Malaysia.
Malaysian Education Fair 2013 is a valuable resource for parents, students, and educators. A weekend exhibition provide information on education, tuition fees, financial planning, accommodation and living in the world’s newest premier study destination; Malaysia. Some of the many activities include:
• one to one meeting with partner university representatives.
· Valuable hands-on Financial Planning workshops for parents and students (including how to prepare for scholarships and reduce education costs)
• Seminar series in the Colombo exhibition for students to gather information on different universities and study options.
If you are awaiting results or just received them, but NOT started serious planning for your future, then the Malaysian Education Fair 2013 Free exhibition is ideal for you and your parents. The exhibition is scheduled for Sunday, 13th January at Cinnamon Lakeside Hotel Colombo. For more information and get a complete agenda just call Upeka on 077 38 444 38. Malaysian Education Fair 2013 is free of charge but bookings are essential.