Are you confused about the overseas education options? Are you a student of hospitality? Then Malaysia is the perfect career option for you. It would ensure that you can get the best of education for all the Ringgits expended by you. Since Malaysia also has a lot of picturesque locations, it’s an idyllic destination for someone to pursue education along with having fun. The bill for students is quite low in this country and only 150 USD i.e. just the food costs. However, the costs for rent are also the same i.e. 150 USD due to which Malaysia is quite affordable for students.
Malaysia also has extraordinary universities like Victoria International University. The Victoria International University is a well-reputed university of Malaysia and offers courses like BBA in three years. The cost of this BBA is $4900 in 1st year and $4000 each for consecutive two years. Malaysia also has extraordinary tourist attractions for students like the PETRONAS Tower. This country also has campuses of foreign Kampala International University universities like Victoria International university located here. So, students have no dearth of choosing between different colleges for pursuing a desirable course. They can either shift to the branch campus of such international universities in Malaysia like Monash University of Australia or they can also pursue courses in the top ranking university of Malaysia including Universities Teknologi Malaysia(among the top 500 universities of the world).
Under an, Inter Campus Exchange program, the students can shift to Monash University campus in Australia by opting to pursue a course in the same university in Malaysia. As per this program, the students can have many advantages
- Admission of a student continues in Monash Malaysia despite his transfer to Monash in Australia
- All a student’s credits gained during the educational course in Monash Malaysia will be transferred to the university campus in Monash Australia.
- The student despite transfer to Monash Australia will pay fees in the local Malaysian currency of Ringgits