The tiger is the national symbol of Malaysia and symbolizes courage and strength.
The emblem of this country depicts two tigers supporting a shield.
Southeast Asia is one of the most dynamically developing and diverse regions of the world. About 8% of the world population currently lives there. Most experts agree that in the next twenty years, the Southeast Asia region will become one of the largest players in the global economic and political arena. The leading countries of Southeast Asia took a unique path in their development, becoming developed economic systems from peripheral economies through export-oriented growth, and they did so in a fairly short time.
Malaysia belongs to the new industrial countries (NIS) of the second wave, therefore, it can be considered one of the pioneers of accelerated development in SEA. The Malaysian Studies specialization is a unique educational track that includes courses dedicated to the peculiarities of the country's modern economic development, its political and social phenomena, as well as cultural identity and the constant struggle between the desire to preserve a rich civilizational heritage and the pursuit of post-industrial realities. Students gain access to multidisciplinary knowledge in the economy, politics, state, society, institutional environment and culture of Malaysia. Graduates of the program will be able to increase awareness and understanding of this country among decision makers in the private and public sectors, the media, etc.
Third-year students study in Malaysia during the Fall semester, then travel to Kyung Hee University (Republic of Korea) for the Spring semester. After the graduation, students receive two diplomas: of HSE and Kyung Hee University.
All language disciplines are taught by highly skilled and experienced professors and native speakers. A specially developed methodology for teaching the Malay language will allow graduates not only to pass the international exam to determine the level of language proficiency at the highest levels, but also to acquire translation skills sufficient for interpreting as well as reading specialized literature.