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Key facts and figures at Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS)

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QS World University Rankings 2020
Source: QS

801

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COSTS PER YEAR
LIVING COSTS

RM3,500

AVERAGE PRIVATE RENT

RM5,375

AVERAGE TUITION FEE PER YEAR

UNDERGRADUATE

RM4,960

POSTGRADUATE

RM6,940

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Anonymous, Macau 5

i have a dream

My school's employment rate is good, a good learning environment, with regard to economics and management science class learned knowledge can be very fulfilling. Various schools teaching equipment are substantial.

My school's employment rate is good, a good learning environment, with regard to economics and management science class learned knowledge can be very fulfilling. Various schools teaching equipment are substantial.

Yong Yun Toh, Malaysia 5

Sale it to Your Boss-Cheap but with Quality!

The university is located near the capital of Sabah-Kota Kinabalu. Anyway it is a small town and life is boring compared to the big city. You could find a shuttle bus from the campus to the town and vice versa. It would be more interesting if you travel outside Kota Kinabalu to one of the islands such a read full review

The university is located near the capital of Sabah-Kota Kinabalu. Anyway it is a small town and life is boring compared to the big city. You could find a shuttle bus from the campus to the town and vice versa. It would be more interesting if you travel outside Kota Kinabalu to one of the islands such as Pulau Tiga as seen on the Survivor TV show, or climb mount Kinabalu, or go diving. show less