If you're thinking about coming to study at the University of Plymouth from Malaysia, this page has all the information you need.
To reward outstanding achievement the University of Plymouth offers scholarship schemes to help towards funding your studies. You could get up to 50% off your tuition fees in your first year.
If you're from Malaysia and applying to study on an undergraduate course with us, you should offer good STPM and SPM grades in appropriate subjects. If you hold a Diploma or Higher Diploma from some institutions, you may be eligible for advanced standing, for example second, or final year entry. Contact us for more information at email@example.com.
|A- Level||UCAS Tariff||Comparable offer for STPM||Comparable offer for STPM GPA out of 4.00||Comparable UEC offer|
*UEC offer - 5 Grades minimum requirement.
We require applicants to have completed a Bachelor degree from a recognised institution with the following classification:
|Malaysian Degree Classification||Malaysian Degree Classification - CGPA out of 4.00||Malaysian Degree Classification - Description||UK Degree Classification|
|Class 2, Division I||3.30||Very Good||2:1|
|Class 2, Division II||2.70||Good/Redeemable||2:2|
A recognised English language qualification (e.g. IELTS) would be required or successful completion of one of the University of Plymouth's pre-sessional English Language courses. We also accept the Malaysian SPM - Advanced English 1119 (Cambridge O Level 1119 ) at grade 6 (C) or above for both our Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes.
Your UoP Regional Manager is Jeannie Wong.
Jeannie is the University of Plymouth's Regional Manager for Southeast Asia.
Jeannie is based in Malaysia and is on hand to answer any questions you might have about applying to and studying at the University of Plymouth.
If you're a student in Malaysia and need more information on the University of Plymouth courses and lifestyle there is likely to be an agent near you who can help.Find out more from an agent near you
Exploring the role of vegetation as a soft engineering method to reduce flooding
Nur Roszi used the COAST laboratory’s sediment wave flumes to research flood prevention methods for her final year MSc Coastal Engineering project.
"I’ve always wanted to be a coastal engineer and saw Plymouth’s MSc Coastal Engineering programme as the next step to take to excel in a future career as a coastal engineer. The programme has given me the opportunities to discover which area of study I wanted to pursue in my career, in the perfect location – ‘Britain's Ocean City'."
Ready to take your next steps in applying to study with the University of Plymouth?
For further information and guidance on applying to study with us, visit our 'International students - how to apply' page.
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