In Malaysia our education systems is base on English education systems. The education started from kindergarten until high level education. The first education level is kindergarten to enter children must be on the age 4 to 6 years old. After attending kindergarten this children will be going to primary school. They will attend primary school until they reach 12 years old.
Primary school started from year 1 to year 6. Year 1 is when they reach 7 years old and year 6 is when they reach 12 years old. When they in year 6 they will be going through a civil exam call “UPSR”. Ujian Penilaian sekolah rendah(UPSR) or in English we could say primary school assessment test. After sitting this test then they will advance to Middle school.
At the same time, public universities are offering more postgraduate courses that are highly attractive and sufficiently appealing to students. Public universities are government-funded research universities. The inventions, study findings and researches made at such universities are supported and utilized by the government. Thus, it is expected that there are enough resources that these universities can use to improve and maintain their operations.
Being responsible adults, it is assumed that postgraduate students are mature individuals and are not troublemakers. That is why the country is very fond of inviting and convincing international students to get by and enjoy studying at its local universities. Postgraduate students are also highly productive and are contributing to the overall improvement of the country’s education system.
Set up in the 1904, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) is the most erstwhile university offering science, engineering, and other technological courses. The University is renowned for its research programs since it has received the National Intellectual Property Award on two occasions. As stated by its website, the university registers approximately 22,000 undergraduate and postgraduate scholars for every academic session from all around the world. The total faculty members comprise 1,996 internal and external trainers. This establishment of higher education extends nearly 200 undergraduate and postgraduate courses in education, management, bio-science, bio-medical engineering, and built-environment. There are also distance-learning courses for part time pupils. Its main campus in Johor boasts accommodation for up to 25,000 students.
Established in the year 1905, the University of Malaya stands on a sprawling 750-acre land. As one of the top universities in Malaysia, it also boasts Rimba Ilmu Botanical Gardens that cover 197 acres of the property. As per its website, the university features more than 13,500 undergraduate and 5,800 postgraduate scholars. There is also a huge assemblage of foreign students who belong to over 78 nations and consist of around 850 undergraduate and 2,100 postgraduate students each year. As far as teaching staff is concerned, the University comprises 2,600 teachers, including 600 foreign instructors. Scholars may choose from above 80 bachelor’s and master’s courses in technology, law, practice of medicine, dental medicine, science, computer applications, business, and arts.