The Top 4 Phone Plans for International Students

Not long after you land in Kuala Lumpur will you be in dire need of a local SIM card for your phone. Whether it be to reach your contacts, book a car, or browse the web during the day, making sure you have a proper plan that adds convenience to your life is a high priority. There are two options […]

Clarification for International Students and Institutions on application processing during and post the Movement Control Order period

The purpose of this bulletin is to provide detailed clarification on the various scenarios that may be
experienced by International Students and Institutes during and after Movement Control Order and the global border closures due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Plan your trip – modes of transportation

How to ride public transport without losing your mind? We’ve got the answer!

The King of Controversy – Guess who?

The infamous durian – regarded the king of fruit in much of south-east Asia – is distinctive for its large size, strong odour, and formidable thorn-covered husk.

Transferring tips

Thinking of changing institution or course? Here are a few tips to consider before transferring.

5 Tips For Living a Well Balanced Life

Just like health and nutrition, well maintained lifestyle schedule is also very much important in the long run. Here are some tips for living a well balanced life!

Beginners guide to managing your moolah

Making new friends, getting an education and having fun! Fat Mike had so much fun, he realised it too late and ended up writing this post as a warning to you all! Well, this is not a fun post: Read on if you are constantly broke by the end of each month.

How to make sure your passport photo is not rejected

Here are some tips so your photo meets EMGS requirements!

Easy Peasy: Newbie’s guide to Uni!

Welcome to Malaysia! The first few weeks of moving into a new country are never easy for most people. For most students it will be a completely different way of life – new weather, new food, new people and different cultures. In this article we are going to provide you with a few tips that will make your transition smooth […]

EMGS Student Stories – Part 4

We asked a couple of people what it’s like studying in Malaysia. Here’s what they had to say.

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