Frequently Asked Questions

Do you still have questions about studying in Malaysia from Saudia? If so, you can find all the answers in our frequently asked questions section.

What are the Requirements for Studying in Malaysia?

To pursue studies in Malaysia, you must have completed twelve years of schooling and pass a test regulated by the Ministry of Education.

Can I Bring My Spouse and Children?

Yes, you can bring your spouse or child with you while studying in Malaysia, subject to certain terms and conditions.

Are there any specific considerations for students under 18 years of age?

If you are under 18 years of age, you must submit written consent from your parents, indicating their willingness for you to live independently and study in Malaysia. This consent must be submitted to the Malaysian authorities and signed by a guardian in Malaysia.

Is accommodation provided while studying in Malaysia?

Accommodation options are available depending on the location and college you choose for your studies in Malaysia.

Is it possible to study in Malaysia without IELTS?

Yes, it is possible to study in Malaysia without IELTS. Some universities exempt individuals with O Level English grades of A, B, or C from the requirement. Alternatively, universities may accept intermediate English marks of 75% or offer their internal language tests. Additionally, individuals who have completed their final degree in an English-speaking country may be exempt from IELTS.

What documents are required for studying in Malaysia?

You will need essential documents such as a CAS letter, ID, passport, bank statement, university academic degrees, and an ATAS letter, among others, to study in Malaysia.

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