How to Choose the Right University in Malaysia

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Practical Tips on Choosing the Right Private University in Malaysia to Study

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After completing your secondary school or Pre-University, the next step is to choose the right university in Malaysia that will fit your goals. Therefore, the first step is to identify what your academic and career goals are. Secondly, you will need to discuss with your parents what the budget is for your studies as that would determine whether you go for public university or private university. As you can see, choosing the right university is a time for you to reflect on who you are and what you want. It can be confusing and stressful, so talking with an experienced counsellor would help you to figure out what you want to do and where you want to go. This article’s intent is to give you a framework that will help you choose the university that is right for you.

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Take Time to Understand Yourself and Make the Effort to Choose the Right Private University in Malaysia

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You need to examine yourself and your reasons for going to a university before you start your search. Why, really, are you going? What are your abilities and strengths? What are your weaknesses? What do you want out of life — something tangible or intangible?

If you’re among the lucky who can factor more than cost and proximity into where you decide to go, studying in a private university in Malaysia is a ticket to an adventure beyond the boundaries of what you’ve experienced so far. It’s a passport to the far side of what you already know.

Does brand matter? To a point. There are indeed future employers in Malaysia who see certain degrees as seals of approval, as pre-screening of a sort. However, obtaining a degree from a famous private university will only take you so far. More importantly are the skills that the university can equip you with as well as teaching you how to critically use the knowledge acquired.

What do you want from your university? The aplomb of a prestigious degree? Academic rigour? Flexibility? Or practical links and industry contacts?

Make sure you know what you’re looking for; what kind of university you want to go to and what you

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want your course to offer. When you know what you are looking for, then you will know when you find it. Make a list of things that you want from your university and what you want to achieve from your education.

Thoroughly research the course offered at the university; will it cover topics that interest you? Have you enjoyed studying it in the past? Will it lead to the kind of career and achieve the salary that you want?

How many of the university’s students are coming from other countries? Favour private universities with higher percentages of international students, because as much of your education will happen outside as inside any lecture theatre, and globalisation is here and real.

The dexterity with which you can navigate other cultures — your awareness of, and openness to, them — could be more valuable than any knowledge gleaned from a book. This will provide you an edge in working at Multinational Companies (MNC) in Malaysia or obtaining a job overseas.

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