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University in Malaysia offers courses in fields of Medical, Engineering, Computer Science and Business & Management at MOST AFFORDABLE Tuition Fees and Living Costs – Degree. Postgraduate and Ph.D. courses
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We also will assist you for obtaining work permit after completing your studies in Malaysia to recover your costs of study and living expenses.


  1. AIMST University Fee Guide 2024
  2. AIMST General Prospectus, 2023
  3. AIMST School of General and Foundation
  4. Faculty of Allied Health Professionals
  5. Faculty of Applied Sciences
  6. Faculty of Business and Management 
  7. Faculty of Dentistry 
  8. Faculty of Engineering – Computer Technology
  9. Faculty of Medicine
  10. Faculty of Pharmacy


Malaysia, a nation in Southeast Asia located just north of the Equator, is comprised of two distinct regions: Peninsular Malaysia (Semenanjung Malaysia), also referred to as West Malaysia (Malaysia Barat), situated on the Malay Peninsula, and East Malaysia (Malaysia Timur), located on the island of Borneo. The Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur, is situated in the western part of the peninsula, approximately 25 miles (40 km) from the coast, while the administrative center, Putrajaya, is positioned about 16 miles (25 km) south of the capital.

As a member of the Commonwealth, Malaysia represents a political amalgamation of territories that were previously under British rule. Established on September 16, 1963, Malaysia initially included the territories of Malaya (now Peninsular Malaysia), the island of Singapore, and the colonies of Sarawak and Sabah in northern Borneo. In August 1965, Singapore seceded from the federation, becoming an independent republic.

Administrative Map of Malaysia

Administrative Divisions:

Malaysia operates as a federation, comprising 13 states and three federal territories distributed across two regions. The Peninsula is home to 11 states and two federal territories, while East Malaysia accommodates two states and one federal territory. The states are further divided into districts, and in Sabah and Sarawak, these districts are organized into divisions.

In terms of governance, powers are divided between federal and state governments. Federal territories are directly managed by the Federal government, and each state has its unicameral State Legislative Assembly. Assembly members, elected from single-member constituencies, play a role in the leadership of state governments led by Chief Ministers. In states with hereditary rulers, the Chief Minister is usually a Malay appointed by the ruler based on the Prime Minister’s recommendation. State elections typically coincide with federal elections, except in Sarawak.

Local administration is handled by local authorities, including city councils, district councils, and municipal councils. While the federal constitution designates local authorities outside federal territories under the exclusive jurisdiction of the state government, there have been instances of federal government intervention. Malaysia has a total of 154 local authorities, comprising 14 city councils, 38 municipal councils, and 97 district councils.

The 13 states trace their origins to historical Malay kingdoms, with nine of the 11 Peninsular states retaining their royal families. A King, elected by and from the nine rulers, serves a five-year term and appoints governors for states without monarchies after consulting with the chief minister of that state. Each state has its own written constitution. Sabah and Sarawak enjoy more autonomy, with unique immigration policies, controls, and residency status. While there have been occasional statements about secession from leaders in states like Penang, Johor, Kelantan, Sabah, and Sarawak due to federal intervention, developmental challenges, and disputes over oil royalties, there hasn’t been any substantial push for independence.

Education System in Malaysia

The educational framework in Malaysia is organized into five main stages: preschool education, primary education, secondary education, post-secondary education, and tertiary education. The system encompasses both national and private education options. Malaysians can avail themselves of the multilingual national school system, offering free education to all citizens, or choose from private schools or homeschooling. Tuition fees are typically associated with international and private institutions. Primary education is legally mandatory, with an expectation for secondary education to follow suit. Standardized tests, a common practice in many Asia-Pacific countries like the Republic of Korea, Singapore, and Japan, play a role in the evaluation process.

Malaysia boasts a diverse higher education landscape, including 43 universities, 31 private university colleges, 9 foreign university branch campuses, and 414 private colleges. This variety caters to the diverse needs and preferences of students. The national education system emphasizes multilingualism and inclusivity, while private institutions and international schools, which may charge tuition fees, offer alternative educational approaches. The system reflects Malaysia’s commitment to providing accessible and diverse educational opportunities for its citizens.


AIMST University is a premier private university catering to the needs of local and international students. It offers high-quality education recognized globally by the relevant professional bodies and industries. The university also emphasises international exposure through a network of numerous international partners. In addition, student-exchange programmes help our students to develop global perspectives and skillsets. As a result, AIMST’s graduates enjoy 100% employability in leading national and international organizations within six months of graduation.

Faculty and schools under AIMST University

  1. School of General & Foundation
  2. Faculty of Allied Health Professionals
  3. Faculty of Applied Sciences
  4. Faculty of Bussiness and Management
  5. Faculty of Dentistry
  6. Faculty of Engineering and Computer Technology
  7. Faculty of Medicine
  8. Faculty of Pharmacy