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Malaysian Students Association of University of Tulsa, Oklahoma will organize a Malaysian Night, as follows:

Date : February 25, 2011 Friday
Venue : tba
Time : tba
Contact: Abigail De Cruz - abigail-decruz@utulsa.edu
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Nebraska University Malaysian Students Association (NUMSA) will organize a Malaysian Night 2011, as follows:

Date : March, 5 2011 Saturday
Venue : Nebraska Union's Centennial Ballroom
Time : 7 pm
Contact: Jian-Ju Yeo (Justine) - justwordsmith@hotmail.com
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Malaysian Students Association of University of Michigan (UMiMSA) Ann Arbor will organize a Malaysian Cultural Night, as follows:

Date : March 12, 2011 Saturday
Venue : Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, Michigan League
Time : 6 pm
Contact: Foo Cheng Hong (Henry) - chfoo@umich.edu
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Malaysian Students Organization of Michigan State University, East Lansing will organize a Malaysian Night, as follows:

Date : March 19, 2011 Saturday
Venue : MacDonald Middle School, East Lansing
Time : 8 pm - 11pm
Contact: Nur Syuhada Zakaria - zakaria4@msu.edu
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Malaysian Students Association of Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa will organize a Malaysian Night, as follows:

Date : April 9, 2011 Saturday
Venue : Parents Hall, Drake Univ.
Time : 7pm - 10pm
Contact: Reynold Doa-Wen Lim - reynold.lim@drake.edu
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All following University accept UEC  for entry to first year of undergraduate programmes
Name of Universities IELTS TOEFL
Paper-
based
TOEFL
Computer-
based
TOEFL
Internet-
based test
North Dakota State University, Fargo

 

5.5 525

 

193 70
Pittsburg State University, Kansas

 

6.0, with no band less than 5.5

 

520 190 68
Ohio Wesleyan University, De laware

 

6.0 550, with no band

less than 52

 

213  
San Diego State University
 
6.5 550 213 80
South Dakota State
University, Brookings
 
  500    
Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Carbondale

 

  520 190 68
Saint Louis University, Missouri

 

6.0 550 213 80
Syracuse University, New

York

 


6.5
Public
Communications:
7.0
550
Public
Communications:
600

 
80
Public
Communications:
100
State University of New York at Binghamton

 

6.5, with no band less than 5.0

 

550 213 80
University of Tulsa, Oklahoma

 

5.0 500 173 61
State University of New York at Buffalo 6.5, with no hand less than 6.0

 

550   79
University of Delaware, Newark 6.5 570

Nursing: 600 

  90

Nursing: 100 

University of Evansville, Indiana  5.5 500   61
University of Central
Oklahoma, Edmond
 
6.0 500

173 

61
University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida  6.5 550   80
University of Minnesota, Duluth

 

6.5 550

213

 

80
University Of Minnesota, Twin Cities Campus,

Minneapolis

 

6.5 550   79
University of Mississippi, Oxford

 

6.0 550 213 79-80
University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls

 

6.0 550 213 79
University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg

 

6.5 525 197 71
University of Toledo, Ohio 5.5 500 173 61
University of Wisconsin, River Falls (UWRF)

 

6.5 550 214 80
Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond

 

6.0 550 213  
Washington State University, Pullman

 

5.5 520   68
Wichita State University, Kansas

 

6.0 530   72
Western Illinois University, Macomb

 

  550

Chemistry: 530

213

Chemistry: 197

80
    Communication:
580
Educational
Administration
& Supervision:
575
Law Enforcement
& Justice
Administration:
520
Mathematics,
Physics: 500
 
Communication:
237
Educational
Administration
& Supervision:
230
Law Enforcement
& Justice
Administration:
190
Mathematics,
Physics: ] 73
 
 
Winona State University, Minnesota

 

5.5 520 190 68
Pacific Union       70
Union College, Lincoln, Nebraska

 

6.0 550 213 80

Name of Universities UEC IELTS TOEFL
Paper-based
TOEFL
Computer-based
TOEFL
Internet-based test
Other
Qualifications
University of Rochester Base on your result, but will still need to take TOEFL and SAT

 

7.0 600   100,with individual minimums:
Writing 25,
Speaking 24,
Reading 26,
Listening 25
 
University of Utah acceptable for entry to first year of undergraduate programmes   500 173 61 Credit transfer
Case Western Reserve University   550 213 80  
Arizona State University, Tempe

 

6.0, with no band less than 5.5

Engineering: 6.5

500

Engineering: 550

173

Engineering: 213

6 1

Engineering: 79

 
Arkansas State University, Jonesboro          
Boston University, Massachusetts   550 213 79  
California State University, Fresno    550 213 80  
City University, Bellevue   500   61  
Eastern New Mexico University, Portales    500 173 61  
Hawaii Pacific University, Honolulu 6.0, with 6.5 in writing 550 213, with TWE

5.0

80, with 25 in writing  
Eastern Washington University, Cheney 6.0 525 195 17  
Indiana University, Bloomington

 

  550, with 55 in listening, structure and reading, essay score 4 213, with 22 in listening, structure and reading, essay score 4 79-80, with 20 in reading, 19 in listening, 17 in writing  
Michigan State University 6.5 550, with 52 in each section   79, with 17 in each section  
Normandale Community College   500 173 61  

Name of Universities

UEC

IELTS

TOEFL
Paper-based

TOEFL
Computer-based

TOEFL
Internet-based test

Other
Qualifications

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

Can pursue credit for UEC scores with the appropriate MIT academic departments, looking for students with strong interests, both academic and non‑academic

 

577

Recommended: 600+

233

Recommended: 250+

90

Recommended: 100+

Sat, ACT

University of California, Los Angeles

Has superior grades, has met our subject requirements, and has excellent test scores

7.0 550 220 83  

University of Wisconsin- Madison

Acceptable for entry to first year of undergraduate programmes

 

  550 213 80  

University of California, San Francisco

Do not require any standardized test.

University of Colorado at Boulder

     

61
83 for Engineering and Applied Science

 
University of Texas at Austin         SAT, ACT

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

7.0 600   100  
University of Pittsburgh   550 213 80  

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey- New Brunswick

7.0

550
600 Nursing

 

79
100 Nursing

 

About MACEE
MACEE's office has a resource library with undergraduate and graduate college / university catalogs, CDs, applications and resource materials on applying to colleges and universities. TOEFL, GMAT, and GRE, SAT I and SAT II information and registration booklets are also available for students to browse freely. Please contact us for more information on any of MACEE's services, including the Fulbright program, educational advising or testing.
 

Immigration Procedures for  International Students
All international students are required to possess a student visa. Once a student is accepted, he or she is issued a document (1 -20) to obtain a student visa. Visa applications and advisement are available from MACEE. It is best to have an educational adviser to look over your documentation before applying to the U.S. embassy for the student visa. The MACEE website (http://www.macee.org.my) contains detailed information regarding visas, as well as individual forms available for download.
 

What Does It Cost?
The cost of higher education includes more that just tuition and varies greatly from one institution to another. Attention must be given to housing, transportation, food, books, supplies, health insurance, travel and personal spending. Higher prices are associated with private institutions, as well as with colleges and universities located in major cities and on the East and West coasts of the U.S. A student should plan on a total average comprehensive cost of US $15,000 to $35,000 per year.
 

 


Entry Requirements for  International Students
Each institution sets its own standards for admission; however, all international students are required to sit for the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) Exam. It is important to visit the Malaysian-American Commission on Educational Exchange (MACEE) in order to understand the application process and the individual requirements for each institution.
 

Educational Opportunities and Options


Students at U.S. colleges / universities are able to enroll in a variety of different programs. Some of the opportunities available to international students include work opportunities or internships with U.S. businesses and organizations, taking classes at partner universities, being involved in extra-curricular activities such as swim team, debate team, or the international student club. Extracurricular activities are virtually unlimited, allowing students to explore their interests to the fullest.
 

Length of Program
Malaysian students who have 5 credits with passes on their SPM results can enter many U.S. colleges / universities. Students with college / university experience {including those holding a three year diploma or completion of a two year American degree transfer program) may apply for admission as transfer students. The number of credits offered will depend on the work completed and is always at the discretion of each college / university. In general, a master's degree takes one to two years to complete, depending on the field of study, while a doctoral degree requires three to five years of study beyond the Master's level.
 

Grading System
In addition to periodic feedback throughout the academic term, students receive cumulative grade reports at the end of each semester or quarter. Grades are assessed on the basis of all work done, not just on a final examination. Work graded may include any or all of the following: weekly or occasional tests, mid-term examinations, final examinations, research papers or projects, presentations, homework assignments and class participation. No credit is given for a failing grade.
 

The Academic Year
The academic year at U.S. colleges and universities typically begins in late August or early September and ends in mid to late May. Summer session courses are optional and credits gained during these sessions count towards your degree. Schools on a semester system go for two 15-week terms, followed by a summer session. Those using a quarter system instruct over three ten to eleven week sessions. Regardless of the system in use, all students enrolled full-time spend the same amount of time each year working towards their degrees. It is also usually possible to be admitted to a U.S. school for the second semester, or the second or third quarter (typically called spring enrollment).
 

Field of  Study

Students can choose from more that 1,000 majors currently being offered at colleges / universities in the U.S. One of the most important benefits is the flexibility of the U.S. system should you decide to change your field of study, which can be done without having to restart your entire program. You may, however, need to take additional course work, depending on the requirements of your new area of specialization. Fields of study popular with Malaysian students are well represented at U.S. schools, such as business, engineering, computer science, and mass communication.
 

 


Accreditation
American institutions of higher education are accredited by one of six regional accrediting bodies, depending upon the location of the institutions. These agencies set educational standards for colleges and universities and contribute to the enhancement of operations by requiring compliance with specific standards developed by qualified educators and professionals. It is important to attend a school that is accredited as your own country may not recognize your degree, and you may not be able to transfer your credits to another college or university that has accreditation. Attending an accredited institution of higher education is often viewed favorably by employers, and is always necessary if you plan to transfer academic credits to another institution or attend graduate school.

More than 5,000 Malaysians are currently pursuing degree programs in the United States. For many of them, the decision to leave family and friends to study in the U.S. has been worthwhile.

The United States is home to over 4,100 regionally accredited universities and colleges offering over 1,000 majors. U.S. colleges are known worldwide for the quality of their facilities, resources, and faculty. Accreditation systems ensure that institutions continue to maintain these standards. A U.S. degree offers excellent value for the money. A wide range of tuition fees and living costs, plus some financial help from colleges, have made study in the United States affordable for thousands of students before you.
Students in the United States enjoy flexibility in choice of courses within a college or university, but more importantly there is also the option for students to move between one institution and another. It is quite common for a student to complete the first two years of a degree at one institution, usually a community college, and then move on to another school as his or her academic interests come into focus and mature.


Over 560,000 international students studied in the U.S. in 2005 / 2006. American colleges and universities welcome students from all corners of the globe as foreign students are seen as providers of diversity and international representation.
The United States offers many opportunities for education and personal growth. It is renowned for its excellent institutions of higher learning, research facilities, and is recognized as a leader in many fields, including technology, sciences, engineering, business and the
arts.


Colleges and universities in the U.S. are tertiary level institutions. Both colleges and universities offer extensive libraries, research facilities and learning opportunities. Technology and polytechnic institutes offer programs primarily in science and engineering at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
 

 



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