The way Malaysians study in Malaysia马来西亚人在马来西亚求学之路
Do you think it is easy for all Malaysians to apply for university?
I am a Malaysian Chinese and graduated from the Polytechnic Institute.
I remembered that my parents wanted me to go to university after graduating from high school, especially public universities. The reason is that the tuition fees of public universities are very low and not as expensive as private universities. In addition, if you have good grades, you can apply for a scholarship, and then you can easily apply to work in the government department after graduation, because it is easier to work in the government department and the welfare is good.
My high school grades are medium, and I have neither failed nor passed the exam well. So I went to UPU to apply for university. A lot of information needs to be filled in the application, such as family background, income, family work, grades, etc.
When I filled out which 10 universities I want to apply for, I hesitated for a long time, because I did n’t know what subjects those universities had, whether there were dormitory, and whether that university would be far away, etc. In addition to looking for answers online, it is to ask my sister, because my sister also graduated from college before. After that, I made a choice. The first is the university I want to go to, then two, three, four. . . After waiting, I waited for several months (like six months). Finally, I got the Polytechnic Institute,but it was not on the list of universities I applied for. I am a little disappointed, but I am fortunate because some people have no chance to get there, whether it is good or not.
The Polytechnic needs three years to graduate.
I entered the university on the first day, hoping to see a Chinese like me. Malays are preferred when applying to public universities. If the poorer students cannot apply for public universities, they can’t go to private universities and don’t want borrow PTPTN, so they can only waste their time waiting for the opportunity, and then apply again, some of them have gave up their study career, and some of them applied for countless times, but their age is already 26, so they missed the best time. Talent is buried in this way, which is very regrettable.