Mayflower Holidays share the Malaysian Government’s commitment in turning the country into a high quality education destination for students all over the globe.
There are currently more than 151,979 foreign students in institutions of higher learning here, and the number is expected to reach 200,000 by 2020. As higher education institutions in the country improve by leaps and bounds, the increase in the enrolment of students is one of the main earning source for the education industry.
Mayflower has partnered with institution of higher learning to create tourism products that are more focused on education as these have the ability to draw tourists from all over the world.
Why Malaysia? Malaysia - A World Class Education Hub!
Malaysia offers the best infrastuctures to companies who are looking to setup shared services center or to outsourcing their services or manufacturing in Asia.
The country's economy has been experiencing steady growth of 5.5% per annum, with an low inflation rate of 3.2%. The country has a strong economic growth, sustained by private sector demand and strong economic growth in global and regional economies. Malaysia's corporate tax today is 28%, one of the lowest in the region.
Literacy levels in Malaysia is at 94%. School graduates entering the job market with at least eleven (11) years of basic education.
Labor productivity has grown steadily at more than 3.3% per annum over the last few years surpassing that of many countries.
Benefits of Joining Education by Mayflower
1. Safe and Stable Environment
Malaysia is one of the world's most peaceful and politically stable countries.
2. Affordable top-class education
3. Livability: high quality of life at a low cost
4. Modern Amenities
Public transportation, restaurants, banks, clinics, bookshops, convenience stores, cineplexes and shopping malls, among others.
5. English language as a tool of communication
English is a widely-spoken language in Malaysia.
6. Good food
Malaysia is famous due to its array of delicious cuisines, thanks to a multiethnic society mainly comprising of Malay, Chinese and Indian culture.
7. Culture and diversity
In Malaysia, there’s a thriving international student population, comprising of students from all around the world and all
Education Tourism Products
We work with schools to build a travel program to take students out of their comfort zones and into an experience that makes them more open-minded and confident to face the world.
Student Mobility Program
Student mobility is a programme that initiates the exchange of students between two institutions for a short duration of study (anywhere between 3 to 12 months of study) that usually allows credit transfer to the existing degree programme in the student’s home institution.
Student Recruitment Program
Higher education in Malaysia covers certificate, diploma, undergraduate levels as well as postgraduate studies. The requirements are slightly different depending on the type of institution that you are applying to. All private-funded higher education institutions come under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Higher Education and comprise of:
1.Private Universities which award their own degree qualifications, diplomas and foundation studies.
2.Private University-Colleges which award their own degree qualifications, diplomas and foundation studies.
3.Foreign University Branch Campuses which award their own degree qualifications, diplomas and foundation studies.
4.Private Colleges which award their own qualifications at diploma and certificate levels as well as 3+0 degrees, split-degrees and tutorial support for professional qualifications
English Language Program
English Language Program to help international students improve their language and communication skills so as to transition smoothly into undergraduate studies.
Prepare the students for the internship program as a continuation of the post-graduation in developing talents in workforce by by providing them the opportunities to experience practical learning experiences with multinational organizations, or connecting and working alongside a diverse group of young people walks of life, such as Bangladesh, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Mauritius and Singapore.
Proximity to ASEAN countries
Thanks to Malaysia’s strategic position in the heart of Southeast Asia, many foreign universities have also chosen to base their offshore campuses here. With the 9th best airport in the world, which saw nearly 52 million in 2016, students will find it easy to explore the nearby ASEAN nations, such as Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia and Philippines, as well as further on, like China, Japan and Australia. The presence of low-cost airlines like AirAsia, Cebu Pacific and Malindo Air also makes traveling by air cheaper – another plus for students.
-Planning and booking of air ticket, hotel accommodation or hostels and appointments with the schools for visitation
-Transfers from airport, hotel and usage of vehicles for school visits
-Meet and Greet services with 24/7 care line
-Coordinate and recommend institutions of higher learning to parents
-Liaison between parents and registrar of higher education institutions pertaining to student enrolment
-Study Tour or customized tour packages
MAYFLOWER HOLIDAYS SDN BHD
Menara Mayflower, No.1, Jalan Metro Pudu 1, Fraser Business Park,
Off Jalan Yew, 55100, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: +603-9232 1888 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org