Study at Asia Exchange’s new Malaysian partner university – Universiti Kuala Lumpur

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New Malaysian partner university in Kuala Lumpur

Asia Exchange has a new addition to its study abroad portfolio. We are excited to announce the partnership with the Universiti Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. “Universiti of Kuala Lumpur is our latest Malaysian partner university to satisfy the high demand for Asia Exchange’s study abroad programs. UniKL is among the best universities in Malaysia and well ranked worldwide, offering more than 140 programs in English. We are excited to bring more study abroad possibilities for students interested in Southeast Asia and Malaysia”, states Tuomas Kauppinen, Co-Founder, and Director of Asia Exchange.

Why study in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia?

Kuala Lumpur is the perfect study abroad destination for everyone dreaming of living in Malaysia’s capital and largest city. The city is one of the fascinating multicultural business hubs in Southeast Asia and offers endless activities such as sightseeing, shopping, dining, street food, and entertainment. It doesn’t matter if you are looking for a modern bustling city, natural attractions, or traditional landmarks and authentic culture – Kuala Lumpur has it all. Studying abroad gives you enough time to immerse yourself in the culture and the city life. Therefore, you should take your time to explore Malaysia because there is so much to see and do! Finally, this country will leave you speechless with its diversity, incredible beaches, wild jungle, and religious sites.

Study in a bustling city and explore the breathtaking nature of Malaysia in between, like here the Sibu Island!

All you need to know about the Universiti Kuala Lumpur

Study at Asia Exchange’s top Malaysian partner university, challenge yourself academically and enjoy life in a melting pot of cultures. The Universiti Kuala Lumpur is Malaysia’s most significant private technopreneur university, and the courses reflect international standards. Moreover, UniKL graduates are in high demand by employers. With more than 140 study majors, UniKL has the vastest course offerings among our host universities. Exchange students should find courses in their fields easily. There are 12 different campuses spread across Malaysia; all taught in English by some of the best lecturers in Asia. If that sounds interesting, you can study abroad for 1-2 semesters at UniKL and experience the unique Malaysian culture. Asia Exchange accepts applications from now on, and we recommend applying as early as possible due to the limited study placements.

You can also check out the Universiti Putra Malaysia!

UniKL follows a holistic approach in supporting the students to grow in all areas, not only academically. Consequently, student organizations and activities are critical components of university education and personal development. UniKL offers a variety of clubs and organizations for students to join, including social and academic clubs, intramural sports, honors societies, and special interest groups. Moreover, the current clubs and societies offer students a unique opportunity to express their creativity and potential through the arts or sports. Moreover, international students will join excursions during their semester abroad.

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Quick Program Facts – costs, study level, semester dates

  • Semester dates: Spring (Feb – June), Summer (Jul – Sep), Autumn (Sep – Jan)
  • You can earn up to 30 ECTS /18 US credits
  • The program is for Foundation-, Bachelor-, Diploma-, Master-, and Doctoral students
  • The costs are a 2290 EUR tuition fee per semester and a 75 EUR application fee

Do you want to study abroad in Kuala Lumpur? Find out more informationhere!

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