Malaysia possess one of South-East Asia’s most dynamic economies, the product of many years of modern development and political dependability, its multi-ethnic, multi-religious society covers a major population of Muslims in the greater part of its states and a economically-powerful Chinese group. Comprising of two locales differentiated by approximately 640 miles of the South China Sea, Malaysia is an alliance of 13 states and three government regions.

It is one of the key visitor destinations, offering tremendous beaches and scenery. Dense rain-forests in the eastern states of Sarawak and Sabah, on the island of Borneo, are a shelter for animals and tribal customs. Ethnic Malays involve approximately 60% of the populace. Chinese constitute around 26%; Indians and indigenous people groups make up the rest.

In spite of the fact that since 1971 Malays have profited from positive inequity in business, education and the civil services, ethnic Chinese keep on holding financial influence and are the wealthiest group. The Malays remain the predominant group in governmental issues, the country is among the world’s greatest makers of computer disk drives, palm oil, elastic and timber. It has a state-controlled auto producer, Proton, and tourism has significant space for enlargement. Malaysia also confronts the challenge of managing constancy despite religious disparity and the ethnic wealth gap.

Our partner universities are:

  • Sarina Russo Institute – SRI 

Partner Universities in Malaysia