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The way a student studies and does course work changes when they begin college or university. Group study becomes more common but is it more effective than self-study?
Choosing what to study after secondary school can be difficult and students are often torn between studying about a subject they’re passionate about and doing a degree guaranteeing a successful career.
Pursuing a degree is an investment and while most Malaysian students opt for either a local or Australian / British / American degree, there are viable alternatives that cost less and are just as good.
Pursuing a degree is what most students hope for after completing secondary school. As a regional education hub Malaysia is an excellent option for tertiary education.
There are a variety of scholarships offered by private companies to help deserving students attain their degrees.
What's the next step after secondary school? With a wide range of choices available, choosing the correct pre-university course is the first step towards university and what degree and qualifications they will take up.
Graduates today face various situations and a new world upon entering the working environment. Here's what they can do to ease that transition.
Today's classroom is no longer just about academics and assessments. Technology has dramatically changed the way lessons are taught and what new skill sets students must learn.
University open days or information sessions are an important part of the tertiary education process for students and parents. Find out what happens and why you should attend them.
A student's first year of university is an exciting time, but students have to be careful to take care of themselves as well or risk facing these common health concerns.
These Australian and British universities offer medical degrees at their local campuses, which makes it easier and more cost-effective to get a widely recognised degree.
Limkokwing Foundation offers unlimited possibilities to deserving students from all backgrounds.
What are the options available for tertiary education in Malaysia - from diploma course to vocational training.
In recent years, the higher education scene in Malaysia has been growing at an unprecedented rate due to supportive government strategy, competitive costs and diverse study options.
Dr Mihai Rotaru is an Associate Professor and the Programme Leader of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in University of Southampton Malaysia, where he teaches and researches the fields of applied electromagnetism.
A viable alternative to attending university in the UK is to do the same course locally. Check out these British university campuses in Malaysia offering popular courses at reasonable fees, twinning programmes and well-recognised degrees.
EE explores the options of education courses for adult development.
We take a look at what Generation Y is studying these days and it's veering away from medicine, law and accounting.
The President and Pro Vice-Chancellor of Monash University Malaysia is passionate about educational innovation and the changing landscape of learning.
These days, more working adults are returning to tertiary education to reassess their skills and boost their career prospects.
Learn new skills, engage with the local and international community and gain a global outlook.
We take a comprehensive look at the education system of Malaysia and the challenges it currently faces, as well as the reforms that have been outlined to improve it.