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DickyMe

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Posted by DickyMe > 2 months ago | Report Abuse

" dubbed as low-risk and high-income nations by the home minister."
Why would students of those countries except Arab countries and Brunei, want to study in Malaysia's degree mill universities when their standard is far higher? This is laughable when they can find in their own country with better wage and higher quality jobs instead of being Grab driver or food delivery despatch or call centre operators.

stockraider

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Posted by stockraider > 2 months ago | Report Abuse

Why limit this only to 23 countries leh ?
Surely those foreign students who studied n graduate in msia university should be entitle to the same benefits just like the 23 countries listed without discrimination mah!

Why are the biggest 2 countries contributors of students to University in msia, not entitle to this priviledge leh ?

I see this a form of discriminations to the Chinese & indian friends, not only that why HK, Macau and Taiwan who have a high GDP per capita not included in the list ?

Surely beside the measurement for low risk as per 23 countries, the financial ability & income commitment & support from the individual students family will play more important role to the risk also mah!

Thus the govt should not set such a criteria, which have little impact to the well being of msia, by including China & India the outcome & success will be much better loh!

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