Choosing to study in the Earth’s largest and most populous continent i.e. Asia? Whether the person is a student from ‘the western world’ that is looking for somewhere different, or from an Asian country themselves, the region offers something for everyone. There are so many possibilities, that the person may be wondering which study destination is the right one for them.
Each of the following options for the person not only boasts a number of prestigious universities but also offers the students a unique and memorable study abroad experience. There are 17 Asian locations that also feature in the top 50 of the QS Higher Education System Strength Rankings in the year 2018, which showcases the strongest higher education systems in the world. Out of all these, China, South Korea, and Japan are all in the top 10 countries. There are many courses that students can study abroad like studying MBBS abroad either it can be MBBS in Russia or in any of the countries.
Starting off with Southeast Asia, Malaysia is one of a good option for all the students who are looking to immerse themselves in an array of cultures and settings. Malaysia is becoming a higher education hub for the students, with its system that is ranked 25th in the world. It’s also currently in the process of expanding its strategy of higher education, that involves welcoming all the international branch campuses of all the well-respected overseas universities such as the UK’s University of Nottingham that often with far lower tuition fees at the branch campus than the person would have paid at the main branch. All the international students are attracted to Malaysia’s fantastic natural beauty, exciting cities, and scenery, and low costs both in terms of tuition fees and living expenses. In fact, the capital city of Malaysia that is Kuala Lumpur was ranked as the second most affordable city for the student’s city and the most affordable in Asia.
Asian Tiger’ Taiwan is much ideal for all the students who are interested in the field of technology and innovation. Taiwan is famed for its world-leading tech industry, with many of the universities that are located close to its answer to the US’s Silicon Valley, Hsinchu Science Park. Overall, Taiwan has a strong higher education system for the students, as well as it is a lively and varied culture that mixes both the traditional and modern form, with influences from mainland China that is evident in its cuisine, architecture, and of course the official language. Due to the increasing number of overseas students that are choosing to study in Taiwan, that is like Malaysia is quite affordable in terms of both tuition fees and living costs. Taiwan has approximately 36 entrants in the latest Asian rankings, with five of its universities in the top 50. Its highest-ranked institution is National Taiwan University (NTU) which is also one of the best institutes in Malaysia.
The next in our list of the best places to study abroad in Asia is Indonesia, which is one of the homes to the largest economy in Southeast Asia and is also the world’s fourth-largest population. Indonesia is one of the incredibly diverse, with the hundreds of the individual ethnic groups, languages, and cultures that are mixed into a friendly and tolerant nation. Overall, Indonesia is a great choice for all the students who look to broaden their horizons. The higher education in Indonesia has grown significantly since the time the country has gained independence in 1945, and the country is currently hosting approximately 5,700 international students that are from different countries, many of them who are hailing from neigh boring Malaysia. Indonesia is one of another inexpensive study abroad destinations, that is with tuition fees as low as US$3,000 a year for some of the subjects.
China is one of the world’s most popular non-Anglophone study destinations that has approximately 377,000 international students that are enrolled in the universities. China is one of the huge contenders in tourism, trade, and education. China has one of the largest and strongest higher education universities in the world that is positioned eighth in the system strength rankings. China is one of the largest destinations in the world that has a history of a 5,000-year. China also offers a plethora of tourist destinations for the students and both the ancient and modern cultures to explore outside of their studies. Both the capital city of China is Beijing and Shanghai was ranked among the world’s best student cities and is also home to some of Asia’s most respected universities. A total of 113 Chinese universities are they are featured in the Asian rankings, with Tsinghua University is one of the leading ways for China.
Singapore is one of the smallest, densely populated city-states that is thriving as a center of the excellence in higher education, with the National University of Singapore (NUS) that is ranked first in the Asian rankings, while the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) is joint third alongside with the Tsinghua University. Singapore itself has a reputation as a world leader in the field of research and innovation, and also enjoys economic prosperity, low levels of crime and unemployment, and also a strong corporate reputation -that means graduates of the state are highly sought-after by all the employers. Singapore is also well known as a melting pot of cultures, languages, and religions, which is with a mixed-up Chinese, Malaysian and Indian population each adding influences to the city’s unique identity.
The next in our list of best places for the students to study abroad in Japan, which is ranked 10th in the QS Higher Education System Strength Rankings. In recent years it has been seen that the country takes steps to attract more and more international students and is also increasing the number of English-taught programs and making it easier for the students to apply. Like Singapore, Japan is also rich in its cultural heritage that mixes the old and new, with all the international students that are unlikely to be bored, particularly in megacities such as Tokyo.
South Korea is a leading Asian powerhouse in education, technology, and tourism. South Korea is another ‘Asian Tiger’ that is full of diverse culture, ambition and also independence. Boasting one of the largest economies in the Asia region, South Korea has invested strongly in the field of research and education.
Heading to one of the, most famous city that is Hong Kong and for the last of our list of best places to study abroad in Asia. This is one of the autonomous territories of China that has become celebrated for the fusion of its Eastern and Western culture, as well as it is being a major world hub for trade, commerce, finance, and logistics. Hong Kong is also an attractive option for many of the international students that has a wide range of reputed universities that use English in both everyday life and education that has easy access to mainland China, and is also a multicultural and forward-thinking society.