Malaysia Study Visa
Malaysia is a nation of diverse races, traditions, and religions. It is located in the middle of Southeast Asia. It includes two independent West & East Malaysia regions. The gross area of land is nearly 329,758 km and is 40 miles divided by water. East Malaysia is made up of federal territories and two wide Sabah & Sarawak states. There are 11 states & 2 federal territories in West Malaysia. The capital of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur.
Top Courses Offered
- Master of Business Administration
- The Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA) is an internationally recognized degree targeted at improving the skills needed for business and management careers. In the public sector, business, private enterprise, among other fields, it may also be beneficial. The MBA includes accounting, finance, marketing, and operations, as well as elective courses that allow participants to pursue their own personal or professional interests.
- International Business Management
- The Master’s Degree in International Business (M.I.B. or MIB) is designed to enhance managers’ skills and resources in the global economy. For those looking to develop or speed up a career in international business, it is ideal.
- Travel And Tourism In Hospitality
- Tourism and hospitality, including tourism economics, food service, and legal concerns, address the fundamentals of each sector. This course will help you to develop the management and entrepreneurship skills needed to work in field-related establishments.
Tuition fees per year:
- UG: RM 35000 – RM 40000
- PG: RM 40000 – RM 50000
- Research: RM 58000 – RM 60000
There are 3 intakes throughout the year.
- Statement of purpose
- Academic Transcript
- Proof of English language
- Application fees if any
Non-Malaysian students are allowed to work on a part-time basis during semester breaks, festive holidays, or more than seven days of holiday for a maximum of 20 hours a week. Non-Malaysian students are permitted to work in restaurants, petrol kiosks, mini markets, and hotels except in the following positions: cashier, singer, masseur, musician, Guest Relations Officer.
All students aspiring to work part-time must have a valid ‘Student Pass’.
Post-Study Work Rights:
The condition is not that ideal for international students after their studies to find a career in Malaysia. The first choice for Malaysian residents is when employment is revealed. Instead of waiting to find a position in Malaysia, it is advisable to search for a job in your own country. International students who are lucky to land a job in Malaysia on completing their studies; need to secure an ‘Employment Pass’ before they can start working.
All applications by foreign students for student passes are organized by Malaysian educational institutions. The Immigration Department in Malaysia performs the next step of the processing, acceptance, and issuance of student passes and visas. Educational institutions will send applications to the Head of the Pass & Permit Branch, Malaysia.
The prospective students will be informed by the Immigration Department in Malaysia by their educational institutions of their application status. These details shall be released within 7 days of the filing, irrespective of whether or not the request has been successful.
Documents Required For Students Pass in Malaysia
- An offer letter or letter of acceptance from the educational institution to the student.
- Student Pass Application Form (IMM14) in duplicate.
- Two photocopies of the student’s Passport / Travel Document.
- Two passport-sized photographs of the student.
- The educational institution is required to sign a ‘Personal Bond’ on behalf of the students. No fee is charged for the Personal Bond.
The Malaysian Immigration Department charges all students a fee of RM60 per year for student passes. Additionally, students who come from countries where entry visas into Malaysia are required will need to pay for an entry visa in Malaysia. The fees for entry visas vary.