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Experiencing Malaysia: New foreign students can now enter the country to pursue their studies and experience local culture. - File photo

SINCE Jan 1, our borders have been opened to new and existing foreign students – many of whom have been eagerly waiting to make their journey back to Malaysia to resume their studies on campus, be it virtually or face-to-face.

The entry of these students, especially new ones, has also been much anticipated to revive the higher education industry, especially the private sector which experienced an estimated 84.1% drop in foreign student enrolment and losses amounting to RM6.9bil last year, according to Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Dr Noraini Ahmad.

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