Study in Malaysia
A guide for international Students
PHEIs are non-government aided institutions that are fully funded by the private sector, and are open to all races in Malaysia as well as foreign students. PHEIs complement and supplement the government's efforts in education development.
ensure quality education and to safe-guard the interests of the
students. all private educational institutions are required to
register with the Ministry of Education. The private institutions
are well guided by laws on the establishment, management and
operation of private educational institutions. PHEls that are
approved by the Minister of Education are constantly under the
scrutiny of the National Accreditation Board (NAB) or Lembaga
Akreditasi Negara (LAN), a statutory body responsible for governing
the standard and qua1ity of higher education provided by the PHEIs.
LAN is committed to uphold the highest academic standards, and plays
a vital role in the establishment of minimum standards and
accreditation of courses.
The Systematic Education Group of Colleges operates eight Private Higher Educational Institutions. Established in 1977, Systematic's prime objective was to provide training to school leavers for their future career in Accounting, Business, Computing, Marketing, Management, Banking, Secretarial and Commerce and Industry. Malaysia is extremely conducive to study, and many Malaysian students have won prizes for outstanding academic results. With more than 23 years of experience, Systematic has produced a consistent flow of World and Malaysian prize-winners for the various professional courses, such as LCCI, ACCA, CIMA, ICSA, ABE and CIM. The catalyst for Systematic's success is the complete training system, that includes specially written materials including study packs, past year questions and answers, and test packs that are updated yearly. From its humble beginning in the 70's, Systematic Group of Colleges currently has about 10,000 students, with approximately 200-300 international students studying in the various Systematic City campuses in Malaysia. These students are from Indonesia, China, PakiStan, Maldives, India, Myanmar, Taiwan, Sri Lanka and even as far as Belgium. There is a host of specially organised activities, such as orientation programmes, festive and cultural events, and community projects, to assist international students to acclimatise.
Malaysia institutions of learning are committed to international
students' welfare . There is a wide range of off-campus and
on-campus accommodation to meet different students' budgets, and all
living accommodation is modem and comfortable. Estimated living
expenses range from USD 3,000 p.a. to USD 5,000 p.a. and vary from
one state to another throughout Malaysia. The cost of living also
varies depending on the students' style of living. We have the
experience, the people and the facilities - don't give yourself
anything less. We welcome you to visit us! .
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