The Best Private Universities & Top Colleges in Malaysia

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Choosing a university to study at is not easy. There are over 500 institutions in Malaysia to pick from and all of them offer different experiences, different subjects and different courses. Choosing a university to study in Malaysia is one of the most important decisions you will make in your life. Your decision will be influenced by many criteria which we will discuss in detail in the article.

Every university and course in Malaysia is different and each student wants different things to fit their education and career goals. Additionally, there are hundreds of private universities and colleges in Malaysia offering a wide range of Foundation, Diploma & Degree courses. Students after SPM, O-Levels, STPM, UEC, A-Levels or other Pre-University programme will almost certainly need to decide what is most important to you. The best university is one that fits your career goals, your personality and can push you to a higher level of success.

Studying at the top ranking university or college in Malaysia gives you a lot of opportunities in your future professional life. Top universities provide a high standard of education that equips you well for your future career. Furthermore, a degree earned at a reputable university in Malaysia makes seeking employment much easier whether locally or globally. Therefore, EduSpiral Consultant Services have come up with a list of The Best Private Universities & Colleges in Malaysia and the courses that they are best at in order to help you to make the right choice.

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How to Choose the Best Private University or College to Study in Malaysia

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The best private universities and colleges in Malaysia have excellent facilities, years of experience running the programme, strong student support services, internships and experienced lecturers.

They are also accredited by MQA and approved by the Malaysian Ministry of Education. Recognition and accreditation by the various professional bodies such as the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM), Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA), Pharmacy Board, Lembaga Arkitek Malaysia (LAM), Nursing Board, Malaysian Medical Council (MMC), etc.  Students should check with the external bodies and counsellors to ensure that the courses are accredited and recognised.

The best private 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), internships, good mix of international & local students, extra-curricular activities and good facilities. The SETARA ranking is a guide for students to assess the quality of a private university in Malaysia.

Each university in Malaysia excels in particular areas, so you should ensure that your field of study is a strong-point of the university you choose. Choosing a university that is best in your field of study may provide you with access to more specialised opportunities, including custom-built facilities such as an Alienware Computer Lab for Game Design students, for instance), field-specific academic opportunities (such as student exchange programmes overseas) and employment opportunities with prestigious organisations in your industry (internships with industry partners, for example). Below is a list of top universities in Malaysia in their particular field of expertise.

When choosing a university and college in Malaysia, it is important for students to visit the campus and see the facilities and feel the culture of the students to see if it fits you. The environment should be one where students speak mostly in English so that you can improve your English and communication skills. If you are weak in English and choose a cheap university where the students speak mainly in Mandarin, it will be difficult for you to improve your English.

Star newspaper has reported that graduates with good English earn 25% higher salary and get faster promotion. The Ministry of Education reported that there were more than 70,000 public university jobless graduates and one of the main reasons was poor command of the English language.

Would you rather suffer for 4 years and get a high salary for 60 years of your work life or an easy 4 years and low salary for 60 years? The decisions that you make now, can change your life forever. 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.

Below are a list of the best private colleges and universities in Malaysia in their various fields, in my opinion.

A List of the Best Courses Offered at Top Private Universities & Colleges in Malaysia

Best Foundation Programmes in Malaysia at Leading Private Universities & Colleges

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Top Private Universities & Colleges in Malaysia Offering the Best External Pre-University (Pre-U) Programmes

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Gi Hang, A-Levels at Taylor’s College

Students after SPM or O-Levels planning to go for degree studies must take a Pre-University course before entering into the university. Pre-University programmes in Malaysia include A-Levels, STPM, South Australian Matriculation, Foundation, etc.

It can be confusing when choosing the right Pre-University course. When choosing a Pre-U course, you should understand yourself whether you want an exam-based course or a Pre-U course that contains a mix of coursework and exams. To help you choose the right Pre-University programme you may read our article on How to Choose the Best Pre-University Programme in Malaysia to Study after SPM.

You should also choose the Pre-University Programme based on what you would like to study for your degree, your budget, which country, and recognition.

Below is a list of some of the best universities and colleges in Malaysia offering the Pre-University Programmes.

Best Private Universities in Malaysia to Study Computing, Computer Science, Software Engineering, & Information Communications Technology (ICT) Degree Programmes

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Qi Leem, Software Engineering Graduate from Asia Pacific University (APU)

Best Private Universities & Colleges in Malaysia for Computing, Information Technology (IT) or Computer Science Diploma & Foundation Programmes

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Mun Kit, Mobile Computing at Asia Pacific University (APU)

Best Private Universities in Malaysia for Business Administration, Management or International Business Degree Programmes

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Bryan Yap, Foundation in Business at Heriot-Watt University Malaysia

Best Private Universities in Malaysia for Actuarial Science Degree Programmes

Best Private Universities in Malaysia with First Rate Accounting & Finance Degree Programmes

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Best Private Universities in Malaysia for Marketing and Human Resource Management Degree Programmes

I wasn’t sure of what to study & my mother found EduSpiral to talk to me. He helped me to choose a course that suited me & had good job prospects.
Min Yi, Human Resource Management at Asia Pacific University (APU)

Best Private Universities in Malaysia for Logistics Programmes

Best Private Universities & Colleges in Malaysia for Accounting, Management and Business Diploma Programmes

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Gary Ng , Accounting Graduate from KDU University College

Business & Management Foundation Programmes at the Best Private Universities & Colleges in Malaysia

Best Mass Communication Programmes at Malaysian Universities

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Best Private Universities & Colleges in Malaysia for Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronic Engineering Degree & Diploma Courses

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I loved motorsports and EduSpiral gave me great advise to help guide me to achieve my dream.
Justin Moo, Mechanical Engineering graduate from Taylor’s University

Best Private Universities & Colleges in Malaysia to Study Chemical Engineering & Petroleum Engineering Degree Courses

Best Civil Engineering Degree Courses Accredited by Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) at Private Universities & Colleges in Malaysia

Best Private Universities & Colleges in Malaysia for Electrical & Electronic Engineering and Telecommunication Engineering Degree Courses

My friend introduced me to EduSpiral. He gave me all the information on WhatsApp & helped me to apply. Chong Keat, Electrical & Electronic Engineering at Heriot-Watt University Malaysia

My friend introduced me to EduSpiral. He gave me all the information on WhatsApp & helped me to apply.
Chong Keat, Electrical & Electronic Engineering at Heriot-Watt University Malaysia

Best Private Universities & Colleges in Malaysia to Study Aircraft Maintenance Engineering & Other Engineering Degree Courses

Best Private Universities & Colleges in Malaysia to Study Engineering Diploma & Foundation Courses

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Vincent Hoy, Graduated from Mechatronic Engineering at Asia Pacific University

Best Private Universities in Malaysia for Architecture and Built Environment Courses

I had taken a course and wasn't doing well. Then, I met EduSpiral who guided me to the right course and now I am doing very well. Brendon, Entertainment Arts at KDU University College

I had taken a course and wasn’t doing well. Then, I met EduSpiral who guided me to the right course and now I am doing very well.
Brendon, Entertainment Arts at KDU University College

Best Applied Science and Health Science Courses at Top Private Universities in Malaysia

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Ka Jun, Pharmacy at UCSI University

Best Private Colleges & Universities in Malaysia for Hospitality Management, Hotel Management, Events & Tourism Programmes in Malaysia

EduSpiral met me and my parents at KDU University College to explain about the hospitality course and then took us around for a campus tour. This helped me to make my choice on what to study and where to study easier. Jia Lin, Hospitality at KDU University College Utropolis Glenmarie

EduSpiral met me and my parents at KDU University College to explain about the hospitality course and then took us around for a campus tour. This helped me to make my choice on what to study and where to study easier.
Jia Lin, Hospitality at KDU University College Utropolis Glenmarie

Best Private Colleges & Universities in Malaysia for Culinary Arts & Patisserie Programmes in Malaysia

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Austin Ang, Graduated in Hotel Management from KDU Penang University College

Study Design at the Best Private Colleges & Universities in Malaysia

I didn’t come from a rich family but I very much wanted to go to KL to study. EduSpiral helped me to find a good university with affordable fees.
Eric Lau, Graduated from Graphic Design at First City University College

Best Psychology Courses at Top Private Universities in Malaysia

Best Private Universities in Malaysia to Study Law, Education & Music Programmes

Choosing the Best Course to Study in Malaysia

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Choosing the right course after high school or Pre-University can be confusing. Other than interest in the course, students must research carefully the course for its job demand and salary in Malaysia or globally if you want to work overseas. You don’t want to choose a course and then find out that there is no job demand for it or that the salary is too low without much career prospects.

 To choose the best course to study in Malaysia, you have to ask yourself the following questions:

  1. Look at your results – what are your best & worst subjects, and which subjects are your favourite?
  2. What are your interests & hobbies?
  3. What is your passion?
  4. Talk to the counselors at the private universities to find out in detail about the curriculum of the course to see which one best fits you.
  5. What is your budget? Discuss the budget for your studies with your parents. A Pre-University (Pre-U) Programme will cost from RM10,000 to RM50,000 while a degree at a private university will cost from RM50,000-RM100,000 for a business course to RM130,000 for a Pharmacy course. To study overseas for degree will cost from RM150,000 to RM200,000 a year including cost of living. If this is out of your budget, then you should consider taking the STPM and going for Public University. If you do not have the finances to study at private universities, then just go for STPM. Note that STPM is extremely tough and takes 2 years of your time. You may not get the degree of your choice when entering into Public University.
  6. Job demand for the career of choice. There is no point in choosing a course out of passion and then graduate to find out that you cannot get a job in that field.
  7. Salary of the career of choice

If you are not sure what to study, do ask a trained counselor and always make decisions based on evidence and facts. The decisions that you make now, can change your life forever. You can contact us for a free career test to help you understand yourself better so that you are able to make the right decision.

Top Criteria to Consider When Choosing a Course in Malaysia

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Hanson, Foundation in Science (Engineering) at UCSI University

  • Is the course popular at that college or university? Quality/reputation/ranking of the private college in Malaysia
  • Which are the awarding bodies? Are the certificates recognised for enter at all universities overseas?
  • Are the courses recognised and approved by the Ministry of Education Malaysia and the relevant external bodies? For example, Malaysian Medical Council (MMC), Malaysian Pharmacy Board, Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM), Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA), Lembaga Arkitek Malaysia (LAM), Persatuan Arkitek Malaysia (PAM), etc.
  • Are the courses accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Audit (MQA)?
  • Subjects offered in the Course. Do they help you to achieve your undergraduate academic goals and equip you well to handle the challenges of the working environment?
  • What is the class size? Will you have personal attention from the lecturer?
  • Do they have enough students to start a class?
  •  How many students do they have studying that course at that university?
  •  What is the duration of the course?
  • When do you get your results so that you can meet the application deadline for the overseas university?
  •  Quality of lecturers. What are their qualifications? How many years of experience in teaching?
  • Faculty contact/classes taught by full-time qualified & experienced faculty
  •  Ask your friends who have studied there for their opinion. Ask your friends who are currently studying there as well.
  • Entry requirements
  • How much money do I have to pay for the course and cost of living? Ask your parents. Note that you will need to have enough to pay the tuition fees as well as your cost of living. (tuition, hostel, food, transportation, etc.)
  • How much are the tuition fees? Does it include the external exam fees and other fees?
  • 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.?
  • What is the student culture at the university? (English-speaking environment, ambitious, serious about studies, lifestyle or party university, etc) 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.
  • What are the Extra-curricular activities available? (Student organisations, clubs, sports, etc.)
  • Does the college or university have a dedicated department to assist students for the overseas university and scholarship applications?
  • Does the college have regular visits from overseas universities so that you can expose yourself to the various universities and ask questions?

Common Factors in Choosing the Best Private College or University in Malaysia

First, EduSpiral took me around to a few universities and advised me on which course that would suit me. Finally, after deciding, EduSpiral met up with me and my Dad to help me to register.
Jia Jin, Foundation in Design at Taylor’s University

Here’s a list of common criteria in choosing a top private university in Malaysia:

  • What type of university do I like? (Large, medium, small, city, suburbs, or outer city) Some people like small universities where you get a community feel while others like large university campuses where they get to meet lots of people.
  • The size of the university also matters to some people as some prefer a small and friendly university environment where you know everyone’s names. Some may prefer a medium sized university 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 university 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.
  • Safety at the university campus and community.
  • Know yourself, if you like city life, don’t choose a university 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
  • What are the facilities and resources offered at the university? – engineering labs, computer labs, computers, science labs, sports facilities, 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 university without a basketball court or gym.
  • Is it near public transportation? This is important if you do not have transportation.

Ask a Knowledgeable & Experienced Education Consultant to Help you Make the Right Choice

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Choosing a course to study after SPM, UEC, STPM, O-Levels or A-Levels is not a science, it is a process in finding out who you are and what you are good at. An experienced Education Advisor would be invaluable in assisting you to choose the right course. Students need to talk to the right education counselors so that you get the right information to help you in making this life-changing decision.

Ask the right Education Counselors. Would you ask a Doctor on how to repair your car? Or would you ask a mechanic for medical advise? Although this sounds ridiculous, but many students do listen to advise from young and inexperienced counselors from universities, colleges or agents’ offices.  Talking to an experienced education advisor would help you to navigate through this confusing time of choosing the best course that fits you.

Experienced education counselors are able to analyse your interests, personality and exam results to help you make a list of possible courses for consideration. EduSpiral Consultant Services staff have more than 15 years experience in counseling students. Having worked in the private education industry, we have in-depth knowledge of each private university and college in what they are good at.

EduSpiral Consultant Services has worked with our partner universities and colleges for many years while the counselors at the private universities or agents’ offices change every few years therefore they would not have the in-depth knowledge of the courses and the university that they are working at.

Choosing the Best Course to Study in Malaysia

My mother was planning to send me to an academy but EduSpiral advised me to join YTL for their affordable course supported by excellent facilities & job guarantee
Ying Kit, Diploma in Culinary Arts at My mother contacted EduSpiral & he arranged for me to attend a workshop which helped me to choose the right course.
Jessie, Diploma in Hotel Management at YTL International College of Hotel Management (YTL-ICHM)

Choosing the right course to study in Malaysia after high school is one of the most important decisions you can make in your life. This can be a confusing and difficult time if you are unprepared. With the wide variety of courses available to a student, the time after UEC, SPM or STPM can be a confusing one if not guided properly by an experienced and knowledgeable education counselor.

It can be confusing for students to choose the right major for their undergraduate degree studies in Malaysia. Preparations should have been made even before this time but fear not it is still not too late if you have not decided on a career path. It is important for you to research carefully the career that you intend to pursue.

Students after SPM or O-Levels would need to go through some sort of a Pre-University programme before entering into the degree course. Therefore, you still have about 1 to 1.5 years in your Pre-U programme to really figure out what to study for your degree.

Students who are not sure of what to study after SPM can contact EduSpiral Consultant Services to help guide you to choose the right course and university.

EduSpiral Consultant Services- Your Personal Online Education Advisor

My dream was to study at Taylor’s University and with the Taylor’s Excellence Award that EduSpiral shared with me, I am able to achieve it.
Chun Tim, Foundation in Business into Finance at Taylor’s University

Established since 2009, EduSpiral Consultant Services helps provide information and counselling on courses and universities in Malaysia.

EduSpiral Consultant Services represents the best colleges and universities in Malaysia offering a wide range of choices for students to choose from. These colleges and universities offer value for money in the quality of education and excellent facilities that you get.

These universities and colleges are chosen by EduSpiral because they represent the best in their fields in Malaysia and affordable. EduSpiral provides in-depth information and counseling on their courses so that students are able to make the right choice.

If you are still not sure what to study, please contact us and we will send you a free EduSpiral Career Assessment Form.

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(Updated June 2, 2018)

  1. I’m interested in taking aircraft engineering course. Which uni is the best for this course? Is it still nilai uni?

  2. I would like to study abroad for engineering.
    What is the difference between UCSI’s IDP and Sunway’s ADTP?
    Which is better? Any scolarship available?

  3. I would like to study abroad for engineering.
    What is the difference between UCSI’s IDP and Sunway’s ADTP?
    Which is better, more affordable and offering better scolarship?
    Any recommendations?

    • It is not a matter of which is better or affordable. If you plan to go to the USA to study then go for ADTP, if you want to go to Australia or UK, then go to UCSI. Going overseas will cost you about RM150,000 a year. You have to do the maths yourself and calculate how much it will cost for you to study overseas and then decide. Scholarships depends on your results.

  4. Hello, SEGi university has accepted me for medicine. What is your opinion on the course in this university? Your advice is greatly appreciated.

  5. Hi im interested in doing diploma in IT. Which is the most suitable University in terms of English command, facilities? Im thinking of maybe UCSI, HELP or INTI. I live in taiping btw.

  6. im goin to complete my foundation in business in 2 months..
    but im confused where to pursue my bachelors in business administration.. i have INTI & KDU college penang in mind.. but not sure which to choose..

  7. Hi,i have just finish matriculation and interested in medical course.can you recommend me any universities that offered this course and had been recognize by the mqa.

  8. Do you recommend going to the Uni of Nottingham Malaysia cmpus for the foundation in engineering programme? If not, which uni is better?

  9. Valentinus v v

    I’m Indonesian student but currently study my high school in Taipei. I really concern about my future and some Malaysian universities are in my list. So Which is better for mass communication? UCSI, APU or INTI International University ( Putra Nilai ) ? Thank you.

  10. Which University has high quality, experienced lecturer and internship opportunities, APU or Utar?I am choosing between one of this University.

  11. hi.. just wanted to ask if i take double major does that mean double the workload? for example business management and marketing. does that mean i’ll learn both of it the modules exactly same as someone who takes only business management or marketing? btw is kdu business degree as good as the keele 3+0 degree they offer?

  12. hi , my son just finish his SPM with 5A’s and he is interested in doing chemical engineering.
    He checked a few University’s and finally decided to register with Segi University kota-damansara.

    Now as a parent , my wife and I , we are not sure if Segi is the best choice ?
    Budget for foundation and with the help of PTPTN loan for him to continue his degree sounds good….. but don’t know if his paper would carry much weight compared to UTAR or other university’s.

    Can I also know when Harriot-Watt can get their accreditation.. so that PTPTN would be eligible ?

    May you could give us a few suggestion / alternative choice or advise on how we could help my son ….. to make the right choice .

    Thanks.

  13. Thivya Baskaran

    hye..in order to take engineering is it better to take foundation or diploma?

  14. I’m interested in doing my foundation in engineering. Which college is most suitable if money is not a problem

  15. Can I know IMU or UCSI is better in Pharmacy?

  16. Mohd Ainul Rahman

    Sir, im a malaysian citizen student..after finished my spm, I came to india n doing diploma in mechanical engineering…..
    If I want to do degree in malaysia means im considered as local student or international student ?? What r the requirements for me to do degree there ?? Which college is good for mechanical ??? Pls reply me

  17. Hello. I am a student with a diploma in pharmacy backgrounds. I have an interest in the psychology with marketing and communication studies.If I wanted to further my studies in HELP university is there any loans or scholarships provided?

  18. Zulaikha binti Jamalludin

    Hello. I am a student with a diploma in pharmacy background, May I know, what is the admission requirement for bachelor in psychology? And If I wanted to further my studies In HELP university is there any loan or scholarship provided?

    • Scholarships are only provided for students after SPM, UEC or Pre-U. Your Diploma is not even related to Psychology so you will have to start from Year 1. Entry after diploma is based on exemptions. You can try to apply for their scholarships and also PTPN.

  19. Is manipal international university recognised and good???

  20. Which college should I choose if I want to study biotechnology?is aimst or imu a good choice ?

    • As far as I know, IMU is famous for health sciences like Pharmacy and Medicine. AIMST was reported in the Star newspaper this year being audited by the Ministry of Education due to a high number of complaints. UCSI University is one of the first to offer the Biotech programme in Malaysia. If you are interested, please email me at info@eduspiral.com.my with your full name and mobile number. Thanks.

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