Study in Malaysia education fair held in Islamabad

I encourage Pakistani students to take advantage of the opportunity, says chargé d' affaires.

ISLAMABAD: Study in Malaysia Education Fair 2024 took place in Islamabad on 5th March 2024. The event, organized by EMGS, aimed to showcase the diverse educational opportunities available in Malaysia to students in Islamabad and its surrounding areas.

Malaysia has long been recognized as a modern Muslim nation, offering high-quality education, a reasonable cost of living, and a multicultural learning environment. With its reputation for excellence in various fields, including engineering, medicine, business, and information technology, Malaysia attracts students from around the world seeking a widely recognized education.

The Study in Malaysia Education Fair 2024 brought together representatives from leading Malaysian universities, colleges and educational institutions, providing Pakistani students with direct access to information about available programs, admission requirements, scholarships, and more.

Attendees got the opportunity to interact with academic advisors and faculty members, gaining valuable insights into their chosen fields of study.

The participating universities were Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation, Management and Science University, University of Cyberjaya, UNIRAZAK, AIMST UNIVERSITY, Tuanku Abdul Rahman University of Management and Technology (TARUMT).

In addition to exploring academic opportunities, visitors to the fair learnt about the vibrant cultural landscape of Malaysia, including its rich heritage, diverse cuisine, and exciting recreational activities.

Representatives from the Malaysian High Commission were present to provide information about visa requirements, immigration procedures, and living in Malaysia, ensuring a smooth transition for prospective students.

The Chargé d’ Affaires of Malaysia in Pakistan Mohd Syafik Firdaus expressed his enthusiasm and support for this Study in Malaysia Education Fair 2024, organized by Education Malaysia Global Services (EMGS).

“I encourage Pakistani students to take advantage of the Study in Malaysia Education Fair,” he said while opening the event 

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