The Education Malaysia Global Services (EMGS) is set to arrange education a two-day Expo at Sutluj Hall Avari Hotel Lahore on 3rd and 4th September for the benefit of students who are aspiring for higher studies abroad. As many as 10 leading universities of Malaysia have been invited to participate in the expo. 

In a statement issued on Thursday here, EMGS CEO Mr. Mohd Radzlan bin Jalaludin disclosed that the event is will be an ideal opportunity for Pakistani students, faculty and counselors to meet the Malaysian govt and universities representatives directly and discuss their study and visa options. 

Mr. Mohd Radzlan bin Jalaludin said the students will be able to seek visa guidance directly from the Malaysian government officials. He said that the participating universities are offering generous scholarships up-to 50 per cent and tuition fee waivers to the Pakistani students.  

He said that the enrolled students would have an option to get the US, UK and Australia degree at one-third the cost in Malaysia and with the option to transfer to UK or Australia to complete their degree.

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Besides, he added that the students could also get a dual degree from leading international universities while completing their studies in Malaysia, where the per month living expense for students is quite similar to what they spend in Pakistan. He said that Malaysia being a Muslim country is especially safe for girls for studies and work alike.  

Education Malaysia Global Services is a company under the purview of the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia. It is also the principal body that manages the movement of international students in Malaysia, including facilitating visa processing. 

Education Malaysia Global Services is working hard to make Malaysia a global education hub of choice and ensure the welfare of all international students who want to study in Malaysia. EMGS plans to regularly hold education expos so that more and more Pakistani students could benefit from study options in Malaysia, he concluded. 


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