Challenges facing private education


Demand for higher education in Malaysia will surely grow as its population rises and in tandem with the Government’s emphasis on human capital development. The question is, can the private education sector take for granted it will have ample space to prosper?

IMAGINE Malaysia suddenly without private higher education. Our tertiary student population would shrink drastically, and hundreds of thousands of people would have no way of gaining the knowledge offered in certificate, diploma and degree courses. In other words, it would be a human capital disaster.

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