Malaysia is an exciting melting pot of races and religions where Malays, Indians, Chinese and many other ethnic groups live together creating a culturally diverse and naturally beautiful hub. Multiculturalism has not only made Malaysia a gastronomical paradise, it has also made Malaysia home to hundreds of colourful festivals creating a tradition of celebrations and socializing. Malaysians are very laid back, warm and friendly
Geographically, Malaysia is as diverse as its culture. There are two parts to the country, 11 states in the peninsula of Malaysia and 2 states on the northern part of Borneo.
Offering leisure options from rolling mountains to sandy beaches to exciting shopping districts, Malaysia is full of surprises, eclectic cultures and natural wonders.
We have a long history in assisting Sri Lankan & Maldivian students to study in foreign countries.
Through Amasa Institute of Professional Studies we consult & admit students to following list of universities / Colleges, in Malaysia for undergraduate & Postgraduate studies.
When you are consulted and registered for a foreign University through us to follow your educational dreams you will automatically get a free membership of our associate Organization, Global Environmental Youth Education Foundation following free access to numerous opportunities exposing yourself to the world with expert advise giving you more than just “guidance”, one that will challenge the way you think about your future and your role in the world !
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Malaysia’s higher education system is of international standards, closely monitored by the Ministry of Higher Education, which has the vision to turn Malaysia into a Center of Excellence for Higher Education.
The Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) under the Ministry of Higher Education is a quality assurance body responsible for monitoring and overseeing the quality assurance practices and accreditation of national higher education.With over 650 private & Government Universities in Malaysia, choosing one is never an easy task. This is where we come in to assist you
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 is a newly industrialized country where we have outpaced our developing counterparts. 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.
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. A quick look at the comparison
chart shows the expenditure involved in the different countries:
International students benefit from the easy and trouble-free immigration procedures as compared to many other countries which have tighter student immigration procedures.
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 ranked 19th most peaceful country out of 153 countries
With the many races and cultures living together in Malaysia, this country is a food heaven with a great variety of cuisines. Both Halal and non-Halal food are widely available in Malaysia.
Malaysia is a friendly, beautiful and culturally rich country - One that’s extremely good value for money to travel in. It’s modern enough to be comfortable yet full of natural beauty. Malaysia has an impressive variety of microcosms ranging from the space-age high-rise buildings of Kuala Lumpur to the world’s largest single cave chamber in Sarawak’s extraordinary Gunung Mulu National Park and Sabah's Sipadan Island which is known as one of the top destinations for diving in the world. In 2010, Malaysia was ranked no.9 most visited country in the world.
International students benefit from the experience of studying in Malaysia through the exposure of the different cultures and traditions of a multi-racial country which is valuable and not easily available.
Although Malay and English are widely used in Malaysia for daily communications, the diversity of the Malaysian society has put into place the wide use of many other languages and dialects such Mandarin, Tamil, Cantonese, Hokkien, Hakka, FooChow, Hainanese, Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam and other indigenous languages.