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Key facts and figures at Sunway College Johor Bahru

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LIVING COSTS

RM18,000

CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION

RM9,600

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image Khant, Burma 4

Overall

Nice place. Very good to study. I can play when I have free time. Some of my Malaysian friends say this college is a good place to find a new friend. Now I found new friends from different courses because of playing games. 

Nice place. Very good to study. I can play when I have free time. Some of my Malaysian friends say this college is a good place to find a new friend. Now I found new friends from different courses because of playing games.

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My stay at Sunway

My experience communicating with college staff was positive from very start. Being so far away in Sri Lanka the most convenient Choice was through email  and throughout the process from enquiry to application my concerns were met with alternative and prompt responses. Now that I am studying on campus I  read full review

My experience communicating with college staff was positive from very start. Being so far away in Sri Lanka the most convenient Choice was through email and throughout the process from enquiry to application my concerns were met with alternative and prompt responses. Now that I am studying on campus I find college life very happening as there are many things going on. My lectures are very good and very patiently explain the differences to me regarding matters which are uniquely Malaysian so that I do not feel left out. show less