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Attracting talent: Allowing foreign graduates to work in the country after graduation would increase the available talent pool. – 123rf.com

MALAYSIA has, for at least the past 20 years, positioned itself as a regional, if not global, hub for higher education.

Arguably, a key strength is the diversity of the higher education sector, which encompasses 20 public universities and over 430 private higher education institutions, including 11 foreign branch campuses.

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