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British universities have been welcoming overseas students, for well over a hundred years. Thus, they have great experience in helping students to settle in and begin to understand and experience, the culture and surroundings of their new home. The International Offices of the various universities, play an important role in facilitating this.

There are plenty of clubs and societies involved in all sorts of activities, including thriving Malaysian Societies, that offer great opportunities for meeting old friends and making new ones.


Their large international intake from all around the world, makes UK universities almost a mini United Nations! This brings many advantages including giving you the opportunity to build bridges across different cultures.

You are also in an enviable position of being able to gain an insight into different backgrounds, values and attitudes. All of these experiences are valuable in terms of your own education, while some contacts and friendships may grow into lifelong links.

Medical Health

You do not need to take out medical insurance when you go to study in the UK. As long as you are studying for a full-time course lasting more than 6 months, medical and hospital treatment is free under the National Health Service (NHS).

You will probably have to pay a standard charge for drugs prescribed for you by a doctor, but otherwise you, as well as your spouse and children if they are with you, are covered by the system.

Most universities have a medical clinic on campus, specifically for students, and there is a wide range of other support services run by the International Office and by the Students' Union to help you, in the unlikely event of anything going wrong.


International students to the UK are given preference with regard university accommodation. As long as you apply by the relevant accommodation deadline, for the university in question, you are likely be given university accommodation, for at least the first year of your studies.

And then there is the weather!

The British are said to talk all the time about The Weather. Being in the Northern Temperate Zone and strongly influenced by the Atlantic and the Gulf Stream the weather is rather variable and wet but never very hot or very cold compared to Australia, North America or continental Europe. Most Malaysians, once they get used to it, find the climate in the UK to be like all over air-conditioning! In other words, excellent for study and for living a busy and active life.