International students who have traveled to study in Malaysia have found studying in Malaysia a rewarding experience. There are several reasons why you should study in Malaysia and I’m going to discuss some of these as well as the living cost and fee requirements.
Benefits of studying in Malaysia
- You will have access to top quality education at cheap tuition
- Also fees are low and affordable
- SA wide range of courses to select from.
University education is cheap and affordable in Malaysia! This explains why several international students choose to pursue their university programs in Malaysia. You can acquire a UK engineering degree in Malaysia through a 3+0 franchised programme at an estimated USD6000, whereas tuition fee for the same 3years degree programme at the host university in the UK is pegged at $45000 or GBP30,000.
Cost of living is low and affordable in Malaysia. For accommodation, food, transportation, a student should budget $375.
Breakdown of living cost in Malaysia
Accommodation – You should estimate between $94 to $140 per month. Note that the rental will vary depending on the area, type of accommodation, facilities provided and of course, the number of people sharing the room.
Food – Food expenses is estimated at $4.2 for three meals per day, but if you should cook and share cooking expenses with friends, it would be cheaper.
Clothing – clothing expenses like ironing, washing, may cost up to $19 per month.
Transportation – $13 per month
Mobile phone bills – $17 per month
Books and other stationery – $24 per month
Medical – $16 per month
Tuition fees for Bachelor’s degree programme
Programme Tuiton fees programme duration
Engineering $15,600-$18,700 4 years
Business $10,300-14,000 3 years
IT $11,000-$15,600 3 years
Hospitality and Tourism $11,000-18,700 3 years
Pharmacy $31,200-$43,700 4 years
Study in Sweden
Sweden is an extremely popular study destination for international students seeking quality education in affordable universities. Swedish culture will enthrall you; it will uplift your soul. You’ll be fascinated by the annual Swedish holidays and festivities. In their universities, you’ll have hundreds of courses to choose your major from. No wonder, every year an upward of 40000 international students apply to study in Sweden.
If you are considering undergraduate studies in Sweden, you should have had a valid school leaving certificate. However, you may be required to show evidence of English or Swedish proficiency by showing additional documents, or international examination certificates.
If you are interested in a master’s degree program, you’ve got to be in possession of a valid Bachelor’s degree.
How to Apply
There are two ways of filling an application to Swedish universities. For the first, you should submit your application through UniversityAdmissions.se and fill in your details. In this online portal, there is a coupon for sending documents electronically, use that link to forward your academic documents to the institution.
Or mail your documents to this address:
University Admissions in Sweden
SE-833 83 Stroemsund
If you are applying for programs in English medium, your application for fall semester should be in mid-January. Winter application should be in by mid-august.
Tuition fees in Sweden dangle around EUR 9700 to EUR 15000
*Academy of Dramatic Arts, Stockholm
*Beckmans College of Design
*Blekinge Institute of Technology
*Chalmers University of Technology
For more enquiries about admissions into universities abroad, send an email to Jonah@studyabroad365.com or call +2348125835476