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QS World Grad School Tour

Kuala Lumpur

Thinking of pursuing a Masters or PhD?
Meet face to face with admission directors from top-ranked universities offering a broad spectrum of Masters and PhD programs including University College London, King's College Longon, NYU, University of Pennsylvania, NTU Singapore and many more. 
Various information about studying in different countries and which university is best suited to meet your career aspirations at the QS World Grad School Tour Kuala Lampur.

Why Attend?

Financial Support

Latin words for exclusive scholarships worth $1.7 Million for attendees

Face to Face Interaction

Network and share experiences with Alumni from leading institutions and fellow applicants

Expert Test Preparation, Funding and Career Advice

Improve your test scores with advice from Benefit Prep and The Princeton Review


Seminars and Information Sessions

Pre- Fair seminar about application procedures and scholarships applications

Free QS Top Grad School Guide

FREE QS Top Grad School Guide – For the first 100 Candidates

Event Agenda

12:00 - 15:00

Connect Masters - Pre scheduled meetings with Business/ Engineering Schools and Universities. By invitation only


Registration Opens

15:00 - 15:20

Presentation by Swansea University

15:25 - 15:45

Presentation by IE Business School

15:50 - 16:10

Presentation by HKUST - Engineering school

16:15 - 17:00

Advancing your career with a STEM, Business, or other Graduate Degree
Presenters: Macquarie Graduate School of Management, RSIS - NTU Singapore, King's College London and HEC Montréal


Start of the fair


Fair Closes


1. Does it cost anything to attend the QS World Grad School Tour?
No, the QS World Grad School Tour is free to attend.
2. Can I bring a parent or guardian?
Yes, we encourage you to bring parents or other guardians who might help you make decisions on where to study and they will not need to register for the event.
3. Are there scholarships available?
Yes, QS provides some exclusive scholarships for event attendees but participating universities will often provide their own, it's best to ask them at the fair.