Made up of ethnic Malay, Chinese, Indian, and other indigenous ‘Bumiputera’ groups, Malaysia is also known for is a diverse, multicultural society.
In fact, in the Bornean states of Sabah and Sarawak, there is a myriad of indigenous ethnic groups with their own unique language, culture, and heritage. Interacting with the different ethnic groups of Malaysia can expose you to a wide range of lifestyles, religions, and communities. This melting pot leads to students gaining invaluable experience unique to Malaysia and possibly learning life skills such as picking up a new language or cultivating new friendships.
Students also gain a global perspective on working, interacting and living with people from different cultures. This perspective helps inculcates values like hard work, resilience, and tolerance, ultimately creating individuals who are able to adapt to any environment and contribute their vast experience to any organization they join.