Linton University College (LUC) was established in 2002 as a private institution of higher education approved by the Malaysian Ministry of Higher Education and Malaysian Qualifying Agency. LUC is situated in the cosmopolitan town of Petaling Jaya near the capital city, Kuala Lumpur and provides Engineering, Information Technology, and Visual Arts courses. Offering double degrees with UK universities such as Leeds Beckett, LUC is known for its low-cost degrees and internship opportunities.

Quest International University Perak (QIUP) is a private research-led university established in 2008. As it is a modern university, QIUP aims to offer high-quality education through courses that are most relevant to the job market. However, academics are not the university’s only focus as it aims at instilling its students with the “green” concept in order to promote a healthier and more sustainable future through the respect of the environment. Most notable are the university’s faculties of Medicine and Pharmacy, which offer a superior educational experience.

Limkokwing University of Creative Technology is a private university that hosts over 30,000 students from more than 150 countries. It has campuses spread across the planet. It has seven main faculties and opts to maximize student experience by providing the latest technological facilities and comforts to its students. Majors offered include Game Design, Sports Management and Engineering.

INTI is an internationally recognized university with high rates of student success. Offering courses at their state-of-the-art facilities, 99% of graduates are employed within 6 months of graduation, regardless of the major of study. The University also has global partnerships with various Higher Education Institutions, allowing the student to graduate with a dual degree. According to the university’s website, 83% of INTI graduates are paid higher than the market average.

With more than 10,000 international students from 110 countries, UCSI is a modern university that serves as a melting pot for diversity and cultural appreciation. It is one of Malaysia’s first private universities, opening its doors in 1986. It is also one of the top 500 universities in the world and aims to strengthen the link between education and industry. UCSI is also partners with more than 22 universities overseas, so student-exchange programs are also possible. Degrees offered include Pharmacy, Architecture, and Business.

First opening its doors in 1977, SEGi is now one of the largest private higher-education providers in Malaysia, serving approximately 25,000 students along its 5 campuses throughout the country. It also offers double degrees with several international universities, as well as internships provided by international corporations. Fitting the demands of the current highly demanding and challenging industry, SEGi is now offering a breakthrough method called PACE or Professional and Continuing Education, enabling working adults to upgrade their qualification level whilst accommodating their work schedule.

Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences (CUCMS) is a top-tier public university as reflected in the latest Malaysian Ministry of Higher Education’s SETARA ratings. It was founded in 2005 but has since relocated its campus to fit a greater number of students. Located in Cyberjaya, Malaysia’s first smart-city, the campus sits on a 5-acre, modern, fully equipped and green-friendly campus. The university offers undergraduate, postgraduate and research courses in Medical Sciences, Pharmaceutical sciences, Psychology, and Physiotherapy, to name a few. The university is also known for its affordable fees.

As the top ranked private university in Malaysia (QS World Rankings, 2017), Multimedia University (MMU) offers a high-quality and well-rounded education in a variety of programs across foundation, undergraduate, and postgraduate levels. It is best known for its Electrical Engineering and Computer Science degrees which were ranked in the world’s top 200 by QS World Subject University Rankings (2017). The university also offers other degrees as Business, Communication and Law.  MMU’s further collaborations with the global industry including companies as Nokia, Dell, and Microsoft, enable its students to gain expertise relevant to their major and the labor market.

A branch campus of UK Russell University – University of Nottingham, the Malaysia campus offers students with the same rigorous and thorough academic training as delivered in the United Kingdom but at lower costs. Constantly ranked amongst the best UK and International universities, the University of Nottingham – Malaysia campus offers a wide range of foundation courses leading onto their undergraduate degrees in Arts and Social Sciences, Engineering and Science. Students who graduate from the Malaysia campus will obtain a degree from the University of Nottingham in the UK.