Gearing up for challenges ahead

PRIVATE higher education in Malaysia has, over the last five years or so, developed and matured into a robust sector capable of offering students viable alternatives to local public universities. As such, many colleges have carved a niche for themselves – from the courses offered to their brand of marketing – attracting a steady number of fresh students each year.  

Help Institute academic director Dr Khong Kim Hoong says: “Generally, in Malaysia, you will find that the more reputable educational institutions make it a point to provide good educational services. Whether you want to or not, you have to, considering the close monitoring of the Education Ministry. 

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