Malaysia Education Fair 2024 brings opportunities to Pakistani students

Islamabad: The Malaysian Education Global Services (EMGS) successfully held the Malaysia Study Abroad Education Fair 2024 in Islamabad. The event aimed to showcase the diverse educational opportunities in Malaysia to students in Islamabad and its surrounding areas.

Known as a modern Islamic country, Malaysia offers quality education, affordable living costs and a multicultural learning environment. Malaysia’s strong track record in fields such as engineering, medicine, business and information technology attracts students from all over the world.

The Malaysia Study Abroad Education Fair 2024 brought together representatives from Malaysia’s leading universities, colleges and educational institutes. Participants had first-hand access to information on programs, admission requirements, scholarships and more.

Participating institutions included Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation, University of Management Science and University of Cyberjaya.

In addition to the academic opportunities, participants learned about Malaysia’s rich cultural heritage, diverse cuisine and recreational activities. Representatives from the Malaysian Embassy provided information on visa requirements and life in Malaysia.

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Malaysian Chargé d’Affaires to Pakistan Mohammed Shafiq Firdaus commended EMGS for promoting Malaysia as a study destination for international students. Firdaus encouraged Pakistani students to explore the educational programs and scholarships offered by Malaysian universities.

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Moeen Ud Din Ahmed Khan of Malaysia Education Global Services expressed excitement in connecting Pakistani students with educational opportunities in Malaysia, saying Malaysia’s reputed educational institutions, affordable tuition fees and welcoming environment make it an ideal destination for international students.

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Overall, the event showcased Malaysia as a top international education destination and promoted Malaysia-Pakistan cooperation in the education sector.

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