QS Asia Ranking: N/A.
Webometrics Ranking of World Universities: 2833.
Country Ranking (Malaysia): 22.
Obtain a prestigious, internationally recognised Monash University degree. Recognised by the Malaysian Ministry of Education and the Malaysian Qualifications Agency, and quality assured by Monash University Australia and the Australian Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA).
2) Study in Australia
Opportunity to spend some time as an exchange student at Monash University Australia, or to transfer to Monash University Australia after completing at least one year at Monash University Malaysia.
3) Value for Money
Tuition and living expenses significantly less than studying and living in Australia, the US or UK, providing value for money.
4) Quality Research
Access to high quality research-active academic staff with strong industry connections, and state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities.
Simplified admissions, payment and visa procedures, and the availability of scholarships for academically meritorious students.
6) Fun and Safe Environment
Safe, secure and inexpensive on-campus accommodation, and a lifestyle offering a range of extra-curricular, sporting and recreational opportunities.
7) Vibrant Culture
Multicultural student population providing support and cultural networks in a dynamic, cosmopolitan, moderate, Muslim environment.
8) Closer to Home
Proximity to countries in the Indian sub-continent and Asian regions.
9) Graduate Outcomes
Excellent employment and career prospects upon completion of studies.
10) Global Family
Life-long world-wide connections through a global alumni network.
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These requirements can be different for our undergraduate, postgraduate-coursework and research-degree programs, and particular courses might have special minimums, so please check each course’s requirements carefully.
To enrol in a Monash Malaysia course, you generally need to satisfy three minimum entry requirements:
Before you can take advantage of our quality education and life on campus at Monash Malaysia as an international student, you need to take care of some important business, as required by the Malaysian Government.
After accepting your study offer from us, you need to organise a Student Pass, which Monash do for you.
This is a very important step – only students who hold a valid Student Pass can study in Malaysia and receive a Monash student ID. We arrange your pass, but it’s issued by Malaysian immigration.
Health check and insurance
To get your Student Pass, you must have a health check, which Monash arranges for you when you arrive. You must also take out health insurance, which the University pay for you after you accept your offer.
Find out more about the compulsory health check and insurance for international students.
International student support
International student advisers are available to help you or refer you to appropriate services for matters related to accommodation, medical insurance, places to visit in Malaysia, where to eat and other general support in order to help you settle in at the University and also get the most out of your time in Malaysia.
Find out more about the support services of Monash for international students.
As a student at Monash University Malaysia, you will have access to various scholarships and financial assistance provided by both the university and external benefactors.
Monash University Malaysia has made a detailed guide about Accommodation for International & Local Students, it can be checked through here.
- Cost of living:
More details information provided by Monash University.
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