Nilai University

Malaysia Malaysia

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Nilai University College, based in Malaysia, is one of the largest, residential tertiary education providers. It offers a wide range of programs from allied health sciences, humanities, through to social sciences. With an award winning university-standard campus, international students from over 50 countries and over 40 clubs and societies available on campus, the college is colourful and multi-cultural, providing an ideal platform to hone interpersonal skills highly sought after by employers.

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COSTS PER YEAR
LIVING COSTS

RM13,840

AVERAGE PRIVATE RENT

RM5,375

AVERAGE TUITION FEE PER YEAR

UNDERGRADUATE

RM17,680

POSTGRADUATE

RM22,560

VOCATIONAL

RM21550

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Krystle, Malaysia 3

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I feel free and comfortable studying in this university. It simply gives me a chance to learn to be more independent, giving sufficient equipment and education. The advice to students who want to study here: the environment here is good, safe, and most of all you can get the best out of yourself (in ter read full review

I feel free and comfortable studying in this university. It simply gives me a chance to learn to be more independent, giving sufficient equipment and education. The advice to students who want to study here: the environment here is good, safe, and most of all you can get the best out of yourself (in terms of attitude and intelligence). show less

Tan Wei Keat, Malaysia 4

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I enjoy making new friends, sometimes go to the Malay stall to have some drinks and chit chatting about the things we hope to share to everyone. The most important advice I’d give to anyone I think might be study hard, study smart. Although study is important do not overlook school activities too.

I enjoy making new friends, sometimes go to the Malay stall to have some drinks and chit chatting about the things we hope to share to everyone. The most important advice I’d give to anyone I think might be study hard, study smart. Although study is important do not overlook school activities too.