By Hamed Mahmoud
The QETC Education and Training Consultancy in the Middle East held a seminar with students of the British International School Madinaty (BISM), and Madinaty Integrated Language School (MILS), to get them very acquainted with the importance of Malaysian universities, and know them how to enroll and obtain discounts.
Ziad Essam, head of QETC Education and Training Consultancy, said that the company helps Egyptian students wishing to study abroad, especially Malaysia, to be admitted and enrolled in the appropriate universities without any charge.
Essam added that the company has helped since 2016 till now more than 1.000 students to teach abroad, especially in Malaysia, indicating that these students are from more than 500 schools.
“Some of Egyptian students who studied in Malaysia are now working in international companies such as Google, Facebook and Microsoft and Tesla,” Essam stressed.
He explained that most students prefer to travel to Malaysia to study engineering, especially technological specialties; hence the Malaysian universities’ advanced level and their strong ranking among the best universities in the world.
“Despite the strong ranking of Malaysian universities and the advanced level of university education, the university expenses are low and less than their counterparts around the world, in addition to the low cost of living there,” he added.
He explained that the company’s role is not limited to just coordinating and guiding the student to the university, but rather communicating with students until graduation, coordinating with students’ parents through reports sent to them on the students status, and helping students overcome any hurdles that may face.
This is in addition to providing discounts for students on airlines and facilitating the visa possession, he said, adding that the students are introduced virtually to the places of residence to become very aware of the place of residence before travelling.
Originated in the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur, next to the Egyptian embassy, the company operates at present in 11 countries around the world and qualifies for a set of top world universities, foremost among them is the British University of Nottingham, ranked among the top 100 universities in the world, Essam said.