Malay (official), English, Chinese dialects,
RM (Malaysian Ringgit)

About Malaysia

Study in Malaysia

Malaysia is country comprised of multiple nations. It is country where people can find the different cultures, religions, cuisines and traditions of Asian countries. 

Malaysia is a multiracial and multicultural nation, with three ethnic groups - Malays, Chinese, Indians - living together in one country. The Malays, who comprise half of Malaysia’s population, are the largest ethnic group in the country. They are followed by the Chinese (23%) and then the Indians (7%). The indigenous people make up around 12% of the population while the rest are comprised of small communities and other non-citizens.

With a  partner school in Kuala Lumpur, Filipino international students have a choice in pursuing their international studies.

We have 1 Malaysian school and university on our website that you can search and apply from!

Why study in Malaysia?

Malaysia is a great destination for Filipino international students thanks to its top-ranking universities and liveable cities. There are a handful of reasons why Filipinos should study in Malaysia.

  • Established High-Quality Education
  • 2nd Most Affordable City for Students in 2018
  • Transnational Degree Programs (UK, US, NZ, AUS)

Schools in Malaysia

Malaysia's well-established education system is ranked 25th in the QS Higher Education System Strength Rankings 2018.

Life and Culture in Malaysia

Studying and living in Malaysia can be a fulfilling adventure for Filipinos looking to study in another Southeast Asian country. Like the Philippines, Malaysia has so much to offer in terms of culture.

Study and work opportunities in Malaysia for Filipinos

Filipino international students with a valid student pass are allowed to work part time for a maximum of 20 hours per week during semester breaks or holidays of more than 7 days in specific industries.

Scholarships in Malaysia

To provide financial aid to Filipino students in pursuit of higher education, there are numerous scholarships available. Scholarships for Filipino international students to study in Malaysia are offered by private organizations and Malaysian universities.

Quick Facts & Figures

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Malay (official), English, Chinese dialects,

RM (Malaysian Ringgit)

Constitutional Monarchy

Islam, Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism


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