Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
There is a big population of foreigner students and i think it’s a good score for Segi. There is gym, basketball court, football court and swimming pool. In my opinion it’s a good university. As i have experienced in segi and malaysia, it’s enjoyable to be here. It is very well for studying, because lecturers are attempting to teach very well
Academic year in Segi is pretty good. If you will study hard of course you will get good knowledge and it will be easier to manage with all tests and exams. There are various types of students. There are local students and also there are a lot of international students for instance from middle Asia, China from African countries etc. Yes there are many student activities, club. But i am not a member of this societies because i actually don’t have time for all this.In our free time we usually go to the swimming pool, occasionally we go to the GYM and there are some very big malls near SEGI UC we go there and have a fun there…
Sports and cultural activities. It a good institution with a lot of potential. It a very diverse culture which help you gain experience around the world. It is ok. the lecturers are friendly and the facilities are good. it could improve in the administration of the foreign students but all around it a good place to study. They are open minded and very friendly
As a fresh graduate from Segi College Subang, studying and living in Malaysia has been great. I had the opportunity to intern at GoCar, a popular car-sharing platform in Malaysia. I met many friendly colleagues there. They were very helpful to show me the ropes when I first joined. I’m grateful for their assistance.
Malaysia is a beautiful country with many things to explore. The food is amazing, because there is so much variety! I never got tired of trying something new.
What I enjoyed most from my time in Malaysia was how I could meet people of different race and nationalities in Segi College. It was an eye-opening experience for me to interact with people of different cultures. I even had the chance to join their events and celebrate with them in college! Subang Jaya is especially popular for the food, entertainment centres and universities, so many international students from all over the world come here to study.
Studying in Malaysia was an enjoyable experience. It is a country of many ethnicities and races, but all of them are very accepting of one another. It was an interesting experience for me to learn about their traditions and understand how it shaped their culture. The best part is, they really know their food! They’re more than happy to introduce you to the best restaurants and must-try dishes in town. You can’t go wrong with them!