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Malaysian education fair from today

Muscat Twelve top universities of Malaysia will participate in the first Malaysian Grand Seminar to be held at Hotel Muscat Holiday on Monday and Tuesday.

“Malaysia has been a popular destination for students in the Gulf, including Oman. All Malaysian Universities provide quality education,” representatives of Malaysian Universities said at a press meed on Sunday.

“Around 1,000 students from Oman are pursuing programmes at Malaysian universities, which offer programmes from the foundation level to master’s degree and beyond. The cost of education is much cheaper compared to US and UK.” Some universities also offer UK and US degrees. The two-day education fair, which will be held from 4pm to 9pm, is organised by Al Amane Higher Education Services and supported by Qadri International Education Consultancy, Malaysian University Application Center and Education Malaysia. It is approved by the Ministry of Higher Education.

The fair will showcase the top public and private Institutions. Some of the participating institutions are University of Malaya, University of Nottingham, SEGI, INTI International Universities and Colleges, Kuala Lumpur Infrastructure University and College, Management & Science University, University Technology Petronas, KDU College, HELP University College and UCTI. Al Amane Higher Education Services has also arranged guidance talks for visitors during these two days. Activities include career interest and personality test, and full-day enquiries on scholarships.

“The aim of Al Amane Higher Education Services is to provide the best guidance,” Syed Irshad, Director of Al Amane Higher Education Services, said. Dr Muhammad Yousuf Qadri, Chief Executive of Qadri International, said, “University representatives will be available to address queries of students and their parents.”

“Al Amane Higher Education Services has provided students and professionals the opportunity to explore foreign education,” Zahir Said Abdullah Al Nabhani of Al Amane Higher Education Services said.

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