The international education industry in Malaysia is evolving. The number of schools in this segment has grown tremendously ever since efforts to liberalise it were put in motion in 2012. Malaysian and expatriate parents benefit through the expanding range of schools offering a wide variety of curricula and different fee ranges.Though private education as a whole may be progressing, this presents a challenge to the consumer: as a parent, faced with a multitude of educational options, from the IB, IPC, CIE and CBSE to the American, Australian, Canadian and English curricula, how do you decide which is right for your child? Beyond that, one has to consider the school – its class size, teacher to student ratio, facilities, extracurricular activities, fees – it’s all too easy for a parent to feel overwhelmed.
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