Having facilitated the transfer of over 12,000 students to American universities since 1992, INTI’s American Degree Transfer Program (AUP) has the most established credit transfer and articulation agreements with American universities among higher education institutions in Malaysia.
Sunday Observer Engineering is a very popular field of study among students wishing pursue higher education. There are many institutes offering engineering degrees from various countries and wanting to attract international students. Some of these courses are offered here in Sri Lanka as well. There is a large disparity in the cost of studying in different countries. Costs vary greatly in terms of fees charged as well as living expenses.
International Scholar Educational Services (Pvt) Ltd (ISES) , was privileged to be invited to participate in two UK university conferences held recently. Kingston University (KU) held its Global representative conference in London, at Kingston University. Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) held its agents conference in Mumbai, India at the Tajmahal Palace Tower Hotel.
Malaysia Education Exhibition 2012, Sri Lanka’s biggest and the only exhibition totally focused on Malaysian Education was concluded on last Sunday 18th March. It was a tremendous success. There were a large no of prospective students and parents who visited the exhibition and expressed their complete satisfaction at being able to meet with many representatives from 14 top end private education providers in Malaysia. All visitors to the exhibition spoke of the exhibition approvingly as they were able to get first hand, reliable and factual information.
Sun Yat Sen University is within the top 5 Chinese universities and China has over 1000 universities. In world rankings it is a top 400 university (Good University Ranking Guide 2012 /2013). The university was founded in 1924, and named after the great leader of the Chinese democratic revolution Dr. Sun Yat Sen. For domestic students the University started conducting medical degrees in English medium in 1978.
These are testing times for many young people having completed their higher education trying to decide “What should I do next”. This is a major decision for a young person as this
decision will be the foundation to build his or her future career. Many young people ‘go with the flow’ and choose careers that are not suitable for them. There are others whose careers are chosen for them by their parents or they choose a career on hearsay.
International Scholar has pioneered promoting Malaysia among Sri Lankan students
as an alternative destination for higher education. Today it is a highly sought after
destination with many students from elite schools in Sri Lanka choosing to pursue
their higher education in Malaysia. To better serve those students wishing to study
in Malaysia, we at International Scholar have established “Malaysian Centre at
International Scholar”, a specialist center specifically for this purpose. Malaysian
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