UCSI University

Malaysia Malaysia

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QS World University Rankings 2018-2019
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481

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COSTS PER YEAR
LIVING COSTS

RM13,840

AVERAGE PRIVATE RENT

RM5,375

AVERAGE TUITION FEE PER YEAR

UNDERGRADUATE

RM18,790

POSTGRADUATE

RM25,160

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88% of reviewers recommend UCSI University

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Anonymous, Indonesia 2

Disliked it!

Hated the university. Poor quality equipment, poor quality lecturers and terrible academic and administrative governance structure. High fees.

Hated the university. Poor quality equipment, poor quality lecturers and terrible academic and administrative governance structure. High fees.

Chian, Malaysia 4

This is the phase where everyone has to go through and I never regret it

Having fun joining and attending clubs and activities, exposed to uni life, meet lots of new friends from diff background and diff countries. Students should be more open, as in learn to respect and accept the culture, people’s different race and attitude, to be more outgoing and blend in the crowd, it  read full review

Having fun joining and attending clubs and activities, exposed to uni life, meet lots of new friends from diff background and diff countries. Students should be more open, as in learn to respect and accept the culture, people’s different race and attitude, to be more outgoing and blend in the crowd, it helps to build confidence and mix more new people. show less