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Singapore and Malaysia Education Expo 2020 on 25 January


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  • Benefits of overseas study for international postgraduate students in Malaysia

As years pass by it is vital that we think about further education. Studying overseas is always a good idea, as it will lead you towards a globally recognised qualification, which might help the graduate to settle in another country as well. However, in realising this, the first concern raised would be the cost implied and the second would be the quality of education. Eureka Consultants have the perfect solution as they are to host the year’s first education fair ‘Singapore and Malaysia Education Expo 2020’ at Hotel Galadari, Colombo, on 25 January. 

Having been as leaders in industrial growth and political stability for decades, Malaysia and Singapore are two top destinations for those seeking internationally-recognised education. The governments groom top talent through public and private tertiary education institutions as well as professional bodies and accredited skill centres, resulting in the two countries being global leaders in key industries. 

The cost-effectiveness of education is another reason to consider Singapore and Malaysia for studies abroad. The institutions offer diploma and pathway programs leading to Bachelor’s and Master’s qualifications in countries like Australia, New Zealand, UK and Canada. 

The leading institutions also provide impressive degree qualifications which are recognised all over the world. English is the primary medium of instruction for all courses and study programs conducted at private higher educational institutions. 

Being a pioneer in student educational consultancy, Eureka Consultants follows a hassle-free immigration procedure for international students to pursue education in Malaysia and Singapore. Walk in to the Singapore and Malaysia Education Expo 2020 by Eureka Consultants between 10.00 a.m to 4.30 p.m at Hotel Galadari, Colombo, and meet representatives from 11 different universities who will help select a higher education pathway in Malaysia and Singapore. 


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