Which is the Best Private University in Malaysia to Study after UEC 考试?
How to Choose the Best Private University in Malaysia to Study after Completing the UEC 考试?
Choosing a university is important as it will help to shape your mind, character and help you to develop the necessary skills for a successful career. Therefore, not all private universities are the same. You should not choose a university because it is the cheapest, easiest and nearest. It should be based on which university that best fits your needs.
Every university and course in Malaysia is different and each student wants different things to fit their education and career goals.
There are hundreds of private universities and colleges in Malaysia offering a wide range of Diploma & Degree courses. Students after UEC, A-Levels will almost certainly need to decide what is most important to you.
Below are a list of the best private colleges and universities in Malaysia to study after your UEC.
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Choosing the Best Private University or College to Study
The best universities and colleges have excellent facilities, years of experience running the programme, strong student support services, and experienced lecturers. Don’t choose a university just because someone told you that it is good. Ask why is it good? Don’t choose because a university is “famous” because it has put out a lot of advertisements. The best university in Malaysia will focus on quality, have award winners for the particular courses, years of experience offering the particular course, highly experienced lecturers, a good study environment (not a party university) and good facilities.
A student with 10As from Muar that I know had joined a famous college in Subang for Pre-University. He had wanted to go for dentistry but now is planning to go for a Business course because he did not get the necessary grades to enter dentistry.
Furthermore, he said that his results was one of the best in his class and half of them had to re-take the Pre-U at other colleges because they had failed.
So, if you do not have the self-control, it is better to choose a university that has less distraction or partying students so that you achieve success.
Just because a university has a lake or has a beautiful campus doesn’t necessarily mean that the quality or environment is the best for you.
Remember the best university doesn’t mean it is the best university for you.
The best university is one that fits your career goals, your personality and can push you to a higher level of success.
The university that you choose now can either equip you with the knowledge and skills to have a successful future or not enough skills ending up in joblessness.
Cost of studying at that college or university in Malaysia
- What type of college do I like? (Large, medium, small, city, suburbs, or outer city) Some people like small colleges whereyou get a community feel while others like large colleges where they get to meet lots of people.
- Know yourself, if you like city life, don’t choose a college far away from the city even though the facilities are great. However, if you have a discipline problem in having too much fun, studying away from the city may be a good choice
- Facilities – computer labs, computers, science labs, student centre, job placement centre, etc. Note – You should expect to get what you pay for.
- If you like sports, you may not want to choose a college without a football field or gym.
- Is it near public transportation? This is important if you do not have transportation.
- Note that you get what you pay for, if you pay for a Kancil don’t expect a Mercedes service. Nothing wrong with a Kancil, it’s just being realistic with your “purchase” however that does not mean that you should get lousy service from that college.
Choosing the Right Course at the University or College in Malaysia
- Is that course popular at that college?
- Are the courses recognised and approved by the Malaysian Qualifications Audit (MQA)?Do they have enough students to start a class?
- How many students do they have studying that course at that college?
- What is the duration of the course?
- Quality of lecturers. What are their qualifications? Years of experience.
- Ask your friends who have studied there. Ask your friends who are studying there.
- How much money do I have? Ask your parents. If you take the PTPTN loan, note that you will need to have enough to pay the tuition fees as well as your cost of living.
- How much are the tuition fees? Does it include the exam and other fees?
- How much does it cost to live in KL?
- How much is on-campus accommodation?
- How much is off-campus accommodation? Note that it might be cheaper to find off campus accommodation on your own with friends. Is the accommodations near eateries, banks, entertainment, public transportation, etc.?
Size of the university in Malaysia and its facilities
- The size of the college also matters to some people as some prefer a small and friendly college environment where youknow everyone’s names. Some may prefer a medium sized college where there are more students to interact with and more facilities to use like a bigger library, student centre, computer labs etc.
- In large universities you might feel lost but there will be more facilities like a football field, gym, swimming pool, basketball courts, etc.
- You just need to understand your personality and then choose the type of college that fits you.
- If you are a sports person, you might want to find one with a football field, basketball courts, gym or swimming pool.
- The language spoken mostly at the college by the students may also matter if you don’t know Mandarin or BM or English. If most of the students speak Mandarin at that university then it will not help you to improve your English. Having a good command of the English language helps you to get good jobs and promotions.
- Be careful of colleges who offer freebies like iPads, computers, etc. They are just marketing gimmicks to get you to register. Look at their quality and ask about their lecturers. I know of one new college who is giving away iPads to the first 100 students but is planning to buy used iPads to give away. This college does not even have any lecturers yet at their city campus. So, as students, you are spending a lot of money therefore you need to be wise.
Ten Top Private Universities in Malaysia that you should Consider Studying at
When developing your list of top universities, consider the schools’ values such as commitment to diversity, vibrant campus life, and dedication to academic excellence. Also consider the range of student organizations, athletic and recreational activities.
It is important to choose a private university in Malaysia that has an English-speaking environment, students who are ambitious and serious about studies, and a globalised student body. Mixing around with international students will help to improve your English language skills and understanding of different cultures.
Looking at the number of awards that the university and its students have won in competitions related to the course can be a guide in helping you to make the right choice. Many students make the mistake of just listening to advertisements or friends without checking the information.
Below is a list of top private universities in Malaysia as a guide for you in making the right choice for a better future
- Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus
- Asia Pacific University (APU)
- Heriot-Watt University Malaysia
- University of Wollongong (UOW) Malaysia KDU, Utropolis Glenmarie
- UOWM KDU Penang
- Multimedia University (MMU)
- HELP University
- First City University College
- MAHSA University
- Berjaya University College
- Saito University College
3 thoughts on “Which is the Best Private University in Malaysia to Study after UEC 考试?”
where is the best university of the architecture in Malaysia and has the schoolship?
what subject must take for architecture?
There is not one “Best” university in Malaysia for architecture but UCSI University has won awards and is affordable. The degree is also accredited by the Lembaga Arkitek Malaysia as Part 1. You should be good in Maths and be creative.
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