Wednesday, 7 August 2013


Degrees in management are the most popular among Indian students. So, universities have made a significant effort to match the demand of the industry by providing plenty of courses, with different emphasis and specialization. These courses help in development of skilled people through work and focus on how organizations operate- what do they do, their styles of management, and their business strategies.

Malaysia, at this moment is investing heavily in turning itself to a leading study destination, and its efforts are paying off- a large number of international students are opting Malaysia. Malaysian universities have improved their ethical and environment standing, so they have provided relevant course modules in curriculum. Malaysian universities keep in mind that students are the biggest assets of the organization and they try to polish their skill set such that they can easily adjust to the environment of the organization.

  • Major companies have their South-east headquarters in Malaysia: Since large number of companies are established in Malaysia job opportunities are abundant. These large organizations require skilled work force, hence the probability of management graduates to land into a good job simply doubles.
  • Good Quality Education: Malaysian Universities have put in a significant amount of effort to prepare students in accordance to the industry standards. They help students to develop  management skills as well as students are demonstrate an understanding of markets, finance, managing people, operations, information systems, policy and strategy.
  • Affordable Education: The cost of living of Malaysia is generally lower than many international countries. The tuition fees for management courses are affordable and the cost of living of Malaysia is lower than many international countries.
  • Experience of Cultural Diversity: Malaysia is a diverse fusion of Asia’s oldest civilization, we can find – Malay, Chinese, and Indian with exuberant celebration of festivals, customs, and traditions and an array of multicultural cuisines.
  • Easily Accessible: Malaysia is easily reached by flights from all over the world. It is also accessible by sea and land from neighbourhood countries like Indonesia, Singapore, and Thailand.
  • Moderate climate and weather: Malaysia has the same tropical humid climate throughout the year. Its temperature is about 29°C. The bright and tropical climate ensures that most sports and activities can be enjoyed throughout the year.
At the end of course, the nature of business course and practical experience one has gained while studying in Malaysian universities will help students to get placed in the top multinational companies. Moreover, Malaysia surrounds its students with the best teachers such that they develop an art of making problems so interesting and its solutions so constructive that everyone wants to work with them.

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Author: Amrita Sokhi (Admission Counselor)




Monday, 3 June 2013

Importants facts to know before you study in Malaysia

Malaysia is known for its diversity of cultures, natural beauty and close proximity to Australia, New Zealand & Singapore. The urban areas are cosmopolitan, however it also boasts large rural areas that remain pristine and are steeped in tradition.

The Study in Malaysia Page provides comprehensive information and relevant links and contacts on education in Malaysia for international student subscription.
With over 50 private and public higher learning institutions, Malaysia offers a varied range of choices for international students.

The Zenith Abroad website provides updated information relating to Tertiary Studies in Malaysia and it includes useful details for international students intending to study in Malaysia.

The Malaysian Ministry of Higher Education website provides comprehensive information on the higher education system and its various sectors as well as useful links and contact details for international students.
Education Malaysia provides six easy steps to planning an international student’s study in Malaysia.

Links to Malaysia Government websites-foreign affairs
The official website of the Malaysian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Links to Malaysia Government websites immigration
The official website of the Malaysian Department of Immigration.

Indian High Commission in Malaysia

High Commission of India

Address: Level 28, Menara 1 Mon't Kiara,
No.1, Jalan Mon't Kiara, 50480, Kuala Lumpur.
Telephone Numbers: (00-603) 62052350, 6205 2351
Fax Number: (00-603) 6143 1173
Working Hours: 0900 hours to 1730 hours (Monday to Friday)

Malaysian High Commission in India

High Commission of Malaysia

Address: 50-M, Satya Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi: 110 021
Telephone: 91-11-261 11 291/97, 91-11-261 11 292, 91-11-261 11 293
Fax: 91-11-268 81 538
Work days: Monday - Friday 8.30 a.m. - 4.30 p.m.

Monday, 13 May 2013


New Zealand is made up of two large islands (simply named North and South), plus some smaller islands also. New Zealand is located to the south-east of Australia, and is often overshadowed by its much larger neighbor.

However, New Zealand is pretty awesome in its own right way, and not just because it’s responsible for producing the genius comedy duo Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement, aka Flight of the Conchords. Ok, quite a lot because of that, but I do really love them. If you’re not such a big fan/ don’t think an HBO TV series is sufficient basis for choosing a study destination, then here are five other reasons to add New Zealand to your list:

  • World Class Universities: With a relatively small population, New Zealand has only eight universities, but after all, it’s the quality that really matters. Six make the top 500 of the World University Ranking for 2011/12: Starting with University of Auckland (82), University of Otago (130), University of Canterbury (212), Victoria University of Wellington (237), Massey University and University of Waikato.
  • Natural Beauty: New Zealand’s natural beauty has become especially very famous since the Lord of the Rings trilogy was filmed here. Also, while the country is fairly small (a little larger than the UK in total area), it’s also gloriously less crowded (population of about 4 million, compared to the UK’s 62 million). So no shortage of space to enjoy and explore.
  • Modern Cities: New Zealand has some of the fantastic cities of the world, and also the universities are situated in the cities only. The largest by far is Auckland. Also notable are Dunedin (home to the University of Otago), Christchurch (home to the University of Canterbury), Hamilton (University of Waikato) and Wellington, which markets itself not only as the governmental capital but one of the most lively cities of New Zealand.
  • Multicultural: One thing most of these cities have in common is their impressive cultural    diversity – so if you fancy studying in one of those so-called ‘cultural melting pots’, then New Zealand should be pretty high up on your list. Auckland especially is known for this regard. According to recent government statistics, more than a third of those living in the Auckland area were born outside of New Zealand, and more than 180 ethnic groups are represented. So, as an ‘international’ student, you certainly won’t be alone!
  • Home of Adventure Sports: In what has to be one of the world’s most diverse countries in terms of the range of terrains and types of activity possible, there’s no excuse for ever having a dull moment. Take a break from studies by going glacier trekking, mountain biking or exploring the rainforest.

Still bored? How about skydiving, kayaking, bungee jumping, rafting, scuba diving or snowboarding? Still? I give up.

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