April 30, 2013

Murdoch University, Australia

Murdoch University, Australia
Murdoch recently placed 301-350 in the top 500 Times Higher Education World University Rankings for 2012/13. These rankings use a set of 13 performance indicators to judge universities across all of their core missions - teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook. There are only 19 Australian universities listed and only two in Western Australia.

Murdoch has particular strengths in basic and applied natural and socials sciences (e.g. Medical and veterinary sciences, biotechnology, political science) that tackle wicked problems including: food and water security, infectious diseases, land management and climate change, mental health, mass communication, lifestyle and rare diseases 

Murdoch University’s status as a world class research university has been confirmed by Excellence in Research for Australia with eight fields ranked as well above or above world standard:

       Immunology, medical microbiology, clinical science, resources
       engineering and extractive metallurgy, physical chemistry,
       animal production, zoology, crop and pasture production,
       fisheries science, and communication and media studies. 
       research in political science, human society and cultural studies

     Murdoch University also offers a unique opportunity for students to develop expertise in public policy and international affairs through the delivery of professional Masters coursework degrees and research higher degree programs. The graduate school is the only one of its kind in Western Australia. It offers contemporary Masters degrees in International Affairs, Public Policy and Management, and Development Studies, and Graduate Certificates in Public Policy and Management and in Development Studies.

A postgraduate degree from the Sir Walter Murdoch School of Public Policy and International Affairs can help graduates connect to the change they want to see in the world today. At Murdoch, students learn how to solve some of the most pressing contemporary regional and global challenges to make a real difference in an often-troubled world. At the same time, they’ll be pursuing their passion, acquiring new professional skills, advancing their career, building a network of valuable contacts, and expanding their knowledge and life experience. The Sir Walter Murdoch School of Public Policy and International Affairs builds on Murdoch’s strengths in applying outstanding research to real world problems.

Murdoch University’s International Discovers' Scholarship Scheme is a programme designed to make study at Murdoch University more affordable in the current economic climate. Murdoch University would like to ensure that in uncertain global economic times, where never seen before currency fluctuations are taking place, that an international education experience is made more affordable for prospective international students.

The scholarship scheme applies to a wide range of Murdoch courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. Depending on the course selected, the scheme allows for a reduction in annual course fees, by between AUD $500 and AUD $6,667.

Griffith University, Australia

Study at Griffith with a Science, Environment, Engineering and Technology Scholarship

For Semester 2 2013 (July), Griffith International is providing four $3000 tuition scholarships for the highest achieving Malaysian students entering a Griffith Science, Environment, Engineering and Technology bachelor degree program. Please apply via nearby JMECC-Education UK office before 3 June 2013.

Why choose Griffith?
-          Griffith is ranked in the top 5% of universities worldwide (Academic Ranking of World Universities 2012)
-          Study in sub-tropical, South-East Queensland, Australia with an average of 300 days of sunshine per year
-          Enjoy either the relaxed, beach lifestyle of the Gold Coast or the bustling, inner-city life of Brisbane
-          Receive FREE student support in various areas

Faculty of Health Sciences, The University of Adelaide, Australia

Faculty of Health Sciences, The University of Adelaide, Australia

Programs:       Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
Bachelor of Dental Surgery
                        Bachelor of Oral Health

 *** Kindly visit the following website for information such as PQA test dates, fees, oral assessment, etc.

-Program(s) Information-

The Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) can be completed in 6 years of full-time study. The MBBS Program at the University of Adelaide provides students with state of the art education and training to enable them, as graduates, to practise medicine in the 21st Century. Applicants are required to have previously studied ONE of the following subjects: Chemistry, Mathematics or Biology.
For more information about the MBBS, please visit:

The 5-year Bachelor of Dental Surgery Program at the University of Adelaide is the only professional dental program in South Australia. The dynamic curriculum is delivered within a case-based learning approach, and formal lectures have been kept to a minimum. There is an emphasis on contextual learning of relevant scientific information throughout the program. This occurs concurrently with the development of clinical skills, which begins from day one. Applicants are required to have previously studied TWO of the following subjects: One from Chemistry, Mathematics or Physics and one from Biology, Chemistry, Geology or Physics.

For more information about the Bachelor of Dental Surgery , please visit:
The 3-year full-time Bachelor of Oral Health Program at the School of Dentistry, University of Adelaide is the only professional Oral Health program in South Australia. The Bachelor of Oral Health (BOH) focuses on the development of competence in clinical examination and diagnosis of dental disease; the formulation of individual treatment plans for clients; control and prevention of dental diseases by clinical treatment and preventative procedures; and education of clients and the community towards patterns of behaviour conducive to good oral health. There will be substantial opportunities to learn and practice in a variety of hospital and community settings, both in public and private, in metropolitan rural and interstate locations. Applicants are required to have previously studied ONE of the following subjects: Chemistry, Mathematics or Biology.
For more information about the BOH, please visit:

The number of places for these programs each year is very limited and selection is extremely competitive. Selection for the MBBS in 2013 is made based on three components:  Performance in the Personal Qualities Assessment (PQA), performance in a structured Oral Assessment (interview), and meeting the academic threshold.
Further information about the application process and selection criteria for the MBBS is contained in the ‘International Applications Guide: FHS Undergraduate Programs’. The 2014 International Applications Guide: FHS Undergraduate Programs can be downloaded from the following website:
Please note that it is a requirement of all applicants to read the information outlined in the Application Guide. This booklet sets out the eligibility requirements and the selection process in detail. Failure to read the booklet will not be grounds for special consideration.

Please note that applications for admission into these programs for 2014 entry will close on 30 June, 2013.
Please contact nearby JMECC-Education UK office for more information. Don’t miss the deadline!

The University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

The University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

Established in 1873 by scholars from Oxford and Cambridge, UC still has a strong relationship with these universities and their scholars regularly come to teach at UC and perform research. UC is New Zealand’s second oldest university and has a strong international reputation for high-quality degrees, excellent teaching staff and cutting-edge research.

UC Key Facts:
·         Ranked in the top 250 world universities (QS World University Rankings, 2011/12)
·         The first New Zealand university to receive a 5-star rating in the newly established international QS Stars rating system (QS Stars 2011/12)
·         One of New Zealand’s top three universities (New Zealand PBRF, 2006).
·         A government-funded, research-led comprehensive university
·         More than 100 study abroad, exchange and academic partnerships with prestigious institutions worldwide.
·         Qualifications offered include Bachelors, Honours, Master’s and Doctoral degrees, as well as Certificates and Diplomas at undergraduate and postgraduate level, Foundation Studies and English programmes
·         Approximately 12,000 students including students from countries around the world.

Why UC?
·         UC offers excellent, internationally recognised programmes and hundreds of courses, including subjects unique to New Zealand
·         UC offers both specialist degrees in areas such as Law, Engineering and Teacher Education, as well as general degrees in Arts, Science and Commerce. We also offer more than 70 qualifications in more than 100 disciplines available at graduate and postgraduate level.
·         UC has links to many other top institutions worldwide, including the universities of Adelaide, British Columbia, Copenhagen, Singapore, Purdue, Shanghai Jiao Tong, Tokyo, Tsinghua and Washington. These links give our students the opportunity to study at a partner institution for a semester or for a whole year as part of our student exchange programme. We also have a special endowment, the Erskine Fund, that makes it possible for academic staff from top universities overseas to visit and teach at UC. Among our visitors in the last few years have been two Nobel Prize winners.
·         UC hosts the first IBM supercomputer, BlueFern®, in the southern hemisphere. This facilitates research that depends on access to high performance computational resources.
·         UC is in Christchurch, the largest city in the South Island, which lies on the coast of the Canterbury Plains close to both the sea and the mountains.
·         UC has a student friendly campus with excellent facilities, dedicated student support staff, a mentoring system and study skills and learning support.

Australian Catholic University (ACU) - Executive Dean’s Scholarship for International Students (Faculty of Business)

Australian Catholic University (ACU) is pleased to announce that the Executive Dean’s Scholarship for international students will be extended for the February and July intakes in 2014. Students who apply to commence their studies in the July 2013 intake are also eligible for this scholarship.

The scholarship is available to all international students commencing an undergraduate bachelor degree or postgraduate coursework program offered by the Faculty of Business. The scholarship provides students with a tuition-fee waiver of AU$1,000 in their first semester. After successfully completing all units in their first semester, ACU again provides students with a tuition-fee waiver of AU$1,000 for their next semester. The scholarship continues for each semester of the course, provided that the student completes all units in the previous semester successfully.

April 29, 2013

Teesside University MBA - £3,000* International Scholarship

Teesside University is offering a £3,000* scholarship for international students to study for a full-time MBA (Master of Business Administration) at their Business School for September 2013 entry. For more information, you are welcomed to call us at 603 56334732 or email to malaysia@edu-uk.net.

April 25, 2013

Bellerbys College - No 1 Ranked Exclusively International School

Bellerbys College - No 1 Ranked Exclusively International School

Your best pathway to top UK Universities.You have the option of studying Bellerbys' foundation, A level courses to get a place at leading UK universities. The track record speaks for itself.

For more information, please do not hesitate to contact us at:

SUBANG JAYA : 03-5633 4732
BANDAR UTAMA : 03-7722 4696, 03-7731 5384
PENANG : 04-2288 376
IPOH : 012 436 8982
KUCHING : 012 8966 738
KOTA KINABALU : 088-261228
JOHOR : 07-351 6372

Hong Kong : 25259849
Shenzhen : 755 82933121
Singapore : 84491638

April 19, 2013

Interview Session with University of Portsmouth

Meet with Ms Sofia Lam, Manager of International Recruitment from University of Portsmouth as event details below:

Date: 22 April 2013 Monday
Time: 11.30am to 12.30pm

Bring along you original academic transcript and on the spot admission possible.

Kindly contact 03 56334732 or email malaysia@edu-uk.net to find out more or book appointment.

Hope to see you there.

April 15, 2013

Glasgow Caledonian Unviersity MBA & MBA Luxury Brand Marketing Scholarship

Glasgow Caledonian Unviersity is delighted to announce the introduction of a 25% scholarship for the GCU MBA and GCU London MBA Luxury Brand Marketing for entry this September. 

The Scholarship only applies to self-funded students.
“In recognition of our redesigned MBA and MBA Luxury Brand Marketing, following the creation of the new Glasgow School for Business and Society, the School is delighted to offer the special MBA scholarship of 25%. This is an exceptional opportunity for candidates to study our distinctive MBA in Glasgow or MBA Luxury Brand Marketing at our campus in London. No university in the world can offer such a choice. We look forward to welcoming candidates to the School and the University.”
Professor John Wilson, Executive Dean GSBS

A breakdown of the cost saving is noted below:

Original fee
25% scholarship
Tuition fee payable
£16, 800

As before the tuition fee still includes the residential weekend, international visit and all planned company visits.

The scholarship applies to all students and will be awarded at the point an offer is made, there is no need for applicants to make an additional scholarship application.

For more information, you are welcomed to contact JMECC-Education UK at 03 56334732 or email malaysia@edu-uk.net.

April 09, 2013

Coventry University - Engineering and Computing Scholarship

Coventry University is celebrating the opening of our £55 million state of the art engineering and computing building by launching a new merit based scholarship scheme. Up to 55 scholarships to a total value of £200,000 will be awarded to high achieving students joining the university in September 2013.

Scholarships will be awarded on a competitive basis and applicants will need to submit a 500 word essay on how they will use the qualification they gain from Coventry University to contribute to the field of engineering and computing.

Who can apply for the scholarship?
The scholarship is open to all undergraduate and postgraduate international students wishing to join a degree programme within the Faculty of Engineering and Computing.

The value of scholarships available are:

Undergraduate – £4,500*
Undergraduate top up – £2,500
Postgraduate – £2,500

Application Process
To apply for the scholarship students must submit their 500 word essay entry along with their application form for study and email both to

Application Deadline
28th June 2013.

For more information, you are welcome to contact 03 56334732 or email to malaysia@edu-uk.net

The University of Melbourne Virtual Fair for International Students

The University of Melbourne

Virtual Fair for International Students

Thursday 11 April - Friday 12 April 2013

The University of Melbourne is pleased to invite prospective international students and parents to participate in an exciting online event to learn more about the University and its courses.

The Virtual Fair will give prospective international students and parents from across the globe an opportunity to learn about the University and ask questions of staff and students in a unique online environment.

All you need is a computer with an internet connection. Once registered, log on to the Fair on 11 or 12 April and find out more about the Melbourne Experience! 

What's happening?

Registered participants will be able to:
  • Get information about the University, our courses and admission requirements
  • Get information about the city of Melbourne, accommodation options at the University, and student support
  • Participate in chat sessions with University of Melbourne staff and current international students
  • See and hear video presentations from leading academics and current international students

April 04, 2013

Monash University, Australia

Listen! Listen! Monash University, Australia

Monash is the youngest member of the Group of Eight, the coalition of Australia’s most prestigious research-intensive universities. The university’s youthfulness shows through in the way it approaches education and research. It isn’t wedded to convention, which means students are offered a first-class education while being encouraged to become agents of change.

Indeed, the concept of transformation lies at the heart of the Monash philosophy. For students, researchers and staff, that philosophy is not only about transforming their own lives but also making a difference to the lives of others.

With more than 250,000 graduates across the world, campuses in Malaysia and South Africa, an education and research centre in Italy and a joint-research academy in India, Monash is a global university with the ambition and ability to address momentous global challenges.

Monash researchers have been leaders in areas like IVF and reproduction, road safety, malaria and influenza treatment, and stem cells for many years, and in some cases, decades.

In the last twenty years alone, Monash researchers have:

designed and synthesised a drug which would be released as the breakthrough anti-flu pharmaceutical product, Relenza in 1999.

developed a single, oral-dose cure for malaria, effective in laboratory conditions (2004).

Today, the new drug is in the second phase of clinical trials on humans and promises to be cheap, easy to manufacture and quick to administer.

worked out how to deactivate the digestive enzyme in our bodies used by the malarial parasite to sustain itself (2009). This discovery is also being used to develop drugs to treat malaria.

discovered a potential new treatment for breast cancer (2010). Over four years, their research team analysed more than 400 human breast cancer tissue samples. They found that more aggressive breast tumours were less likely to be accompanied by the presence of a protein known as INPP4B. They then created an antibody to INPP4B, which easily detects the protein in biopsies.

demonstrated that nerve stem cells could be derived from human embryonic stem cells in the laboratory (2000). They later showed that, outside of the laboratory, human embryonic stem cells could develop into nerve cells, raising the revolutionary prospect of treating a range of diseases from Parkinson's through to Alzheimer's and diabetes.

Monash is a university of progress and optimism. It sees a brighter future as more than just possible - it is something for which the university is directly responsible; something it can help to create.

It is the university’s role to tackle the big questions and meet the challenges the future holds.

Above all, the university will achieve this through education and investigation, which is why Monash has an ambition to become one of the world's top research and teaching institutions.
The university’s people are its most valued asset. Monash academics are among the very best in the world, its professional staff are revolutionising the way the university operates as an organisation and the success of its students continues to be limited only by the extent of their own imaginations.

Deakin University, Australia

Listen! Listen! Deakin University, Australia

Deakin University is located in Victoria, Australia – home to diverse regional areas and attractions, from coastlines and pristine beaches, to national parks and forests teeming with wildlife, wineries, lakes and mountains.
Deakin has one campus in metropolitan Melbourne, two in Geelong and one on Victoria’s south-west coast in Warrnambool. Each campus offers students access to excellent teaching, learning and research facilities. While Melbourne is renowned for its music and cultural festivals, quality restaurants, entertainment venues, beautiful parks and gardens and its excellent shopping; Geelong and Warranambool gives students a taste of country life. The laid-back lifestyle at both Geelong and Warranambool provides students with many activities such as bushwalking, swimming, surfing, fishing and whale-watching.

Course Selection
Deakin offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees that cover areas of study including:
-          Architecture and built environment
-          Arts, humanities and social sciences
-          Business
-          Education
-          Engineering
-          Environment
-          Health
-          Information systems
-          Information technology
-          International studies
-          Law
-          Media and communication
-          Medicine
-          Nursing and midwifery.

Deakin University is a research driven institution, which means that students graduate with the latest knowledge in their chosen field with supervisors who are highly regarded in academia and within the industry. Most research students at Deakin have the opportunities to work with partner collaborators both nationally and internationally, speak at international conferences and use world-class facilities within Australia and abroad.

Melbourne Institute of Business and Technology (MIBT) provides an excellent pathway to Deakin for students who do not meet the admission requirements for Deakin University’s courses, or who need to bridge the gap between previous study and university. Students who do not meet admission requirements for Deakin University may be offered a place at MIBT. Students who successfully complete an MIBT diploma or Certificate IV Foundation Studies program will be eligible for direct entry into a Deakin University undergraduate program upon meeting conditions.
Conveniently located on Deakin’s Melbourne Burwood Campus, Geelong Waterfront Campus and Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus, students have full access to campus facilities and services.

Deakin University is a member of Universities Australia and the Association of Commonwealth Universities. Deakin’s award-winning approach to higher education ensures that all degrees are recognised by professional associations, relevant industries and universities worldwide.
Deakin University has won global recognition for innovation and excellence and is a world leader in a number of fields and has also won the prestigious Australian University of the Year award twice for innovative use of technology in education and for partnerships with industry. Deakin has been ranked by several independent research, survey and teaching and learning organisations:
-          No.1 in Australia and No. 11 in the world in sport management courses by SportBusiness International
-          DUELI ranked No.1 in student learning  satisfaction by iGraduate
-          Five-star rating for MBA and MBA (International) programs by GMAA
-          Received the highest number of Australian Learning and Teaching Council awards in 2011
-          Ranked No. 9 in terms of number of grants awarded by the Australian Research Council Linkage Round for 2012 Funding
-          The 78th best university in the world under 50 years old (Times Higher Education)
-          Top 4 per cent of all universities (Times Higher Education)
-          Top 51–100 in the world in accounting and finance (Top Universities)
-          Top 101–150 in the world in economics, econometrics, natural science, sociology and the social sciences (Top Universities).
Deakin University is committed to providing international students with opportunities to obtain financial support for their study program through a wide range of scholarships and bursaries. Scholarships are for full-time, on-campus international students at Deakin and are awarded on the basis of academic merit.
Deakin University International Scholarships Program (DUISP): Deakin University invites high achieving international students to apply for a scholarship of up to A$5000 through this program.