KUALA LUMPUR – According to an education expert, Malaysia can play a significant role in attracting demand for elementary and secondary education from abroad markets such as China, Myanmar, Vietnam, Bangladesh, and Pakistan.

According to Dr Vincent Chian, principal of Fairview International School in Kuala Lumpur, the domestic market is presently worth a few hundred million ringgit and has the potential to develop significantly.

The country’s low cost, academic excellence, and stability were the key reasons, according to Chian.

Fairview International School has just been named the greatest academic performer in Southeast Asia for schools with a charge basis of US$10,000 or less.

The school was also one of three international schools in Malaysia to be named to the International Baccalaureate Organisation’s Top 80 Best Baccalaureate World Schools list.

“We made the list for the second year in a row, and this year we had students who received perfect scores on the IBDP (International Baccalaureate Diploma Program) exams, putting them at the top of the world ranking. The other schools, I’m sure, will have their own success tales to relate. We need to bring all of these stories together and speak to the world as one ” Accounting to The New Straits Times reported.

EMS, a firm within the Ministry of Higher Education, helps to fund some of the country’s higher education.

EMS serves as a one-stop shop for overseas students seeking higher education in the United States.

“We also require such an organisation for primary and secondary recruiting and promotion in other countries,” Chian Added

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