The University Putra Malaysia has two campuses in Serdang, Selangor and in Bintulu, Sarawak. They have the following faculties: modern language and communication, human ecology, economics and mangament, engineering, educational studies, forestry, agriculture, medicine and health, veterinary medicine, design and architecture, environmental studies, computer science and information technology, food science and biotechnology.
Stamford College is a private education group with eight campuses in six Malaysian cities: Kuala Lumpur, Ampang, Malacca, Kuching, Petaling Jaya, Kota Kinabalu. They focus on hospitality and tourism management, business and marketing, human resource management, engineering and computer science, media, economics, accounting and finance, secretarial studies, english language, education and law and more.
INTI forms together with partner universities in other countries a international group of colleges focusing on business, law, IT, engineering, applied science, and social science. The international background offers unique exchange programmes between universities and prepares students for the challenges of the 21st century.
Formerly known as Universiti Telekom (Unitele), Multimedia University (MMU) is currently operational with two campuses: in Cyberjaya and in Melaka.
Multimedia University (Cyberjaya Campus) is purpose built to conduct a spectrum of information technology and multimedia - based courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels through its four Faculties: Faculty of Creative Multimedia, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Information Technology and Faculty of Management.
Meanwhile, Multimedia University (Melaka Campus) is strategically located in the vicinity of serene residential areas, booming industrial sites and the scenic Ayer Keroh tourists’ spots. It houses the Centre for Foundation Studies and Extension Education and three Faculties: Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Faculty of Information Science and Technology and Faculty of Business and Law.
The International School of Penang (Uplands) provides high quality international education for children from 3 - 18 years of age. They have students from over 40 countries. Their site also provides some links to Penang and Malaysia.
"The International School of Kuala Lumpur is an independent, private school, accredited by the United States Western Association of Schools and Colleges." They have three school divisions: elementary, middle and high school. Over 1200 students from 50 countries attend ISKL.
"Garden International School (GIS) was established in 1951 and provides education for students from 3 to 18 years of age. GIS has two campuses, the main Primary and Secondary School campus in Kuala Lumpur and a Primary School campus in the Malaysian east coast town of Kuantan. Both campuses provide British-style education to the expatriate and local communities."
The first International School in Putrajaya, located in Precinct 15 (the Diplomatic Enclave in Putrajaya). Managed by Garden International School (GIS), Nexus World-School has the backing of an institution that offers over 55 years of educational excellence.
"EdnoLand is a comprehensive programme that nurtures your pre-schooler's multiple intelligences using IT, develops his IT skills and enables you to monitor his progress through the Internet." Parents, kindergartens and teachers are involved in this online learning programme for kids.
This is a child resource center. Here you will find lots of adresses of kindergartens and preschools in Malaysia. You can also search for (teaching) jobs on their site. Furthermore they offer information about various children topics.
"The German-Malaysian Institute (GMI) is the result of a joint effort between the Governments of Malaysia and Germany to promote the transfer of technology through technical education and training. The GMI undertakes industrial projects from industrial customers as means to realize the concepts of a learning factory. Some of the example of industrial projects undertaken by the institute involved the design and fabrication of moulds and dies, prototype machines, automated systems and machinery."