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Student Visa requirements in Malaysia - Abeer Education to Study in Malaysia

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Student Visa requirements in Malaysia

According to the rules and regulations of the Malaysian Immigration Department, all international students (full-time and foreign exchange students) are required to have a valid Student Pass in order to study in Malaysia

According to the rules and regulations of the Malaysian Immigration Department, all international students (full-time and foreign exchange students) are required to have a valid Student Pass in order to study in Malaysia. The government agencies responsible are the Malaysian Immigration Department and the overseas Malaysian diplomatic missions (i.e. Malaysian High Commission, Consulates or Embassies

Visa requirements for a foreign student are simple and straightforward. Before you can begin your studies you must apply for a Student Pass. This application is made by your chosen institution to Education Malaysia. Once you have successfully applied for a Student Pass you will have to get a single entry visa through the Malaysian Embassy or High Commission in your home country. EMGS cannot apply for this visa on your behalf. Please contact your local diplomatic mission. Entry visa requirements are set by the Department of Immigration.

Foreign students need to meet the following criteria:
Have an offer of study from a public or private institution of higher education.
Have the financial capability to meet the course fees and other expenses related to living and studying in Malaysia
Be in good health and of good character
*Intend to reside in Malaysia for education purposes only
 

·  Malaysia has different visa rules for different countries. In this document you can read up on the requirements related to your country. Most western countries (i.e. European countries, South-American and North-American countries) fall under the 90 days ruling.