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Best Cities For Students In Southeast Asia

Best Cities For Students In Southeast Asia

International students can find the best city destinations for their education in the Quacquarelli Symonds Best Student Cities ranking.

There are six main categories for this assessment.

To be considered for inclusion in the Best Student Cities, each city must have at least two universities featured in the most recent QS World University Rankings.

Affordability of education costs and living costs, the number of international students, safety and health, and surveys from students are some of the considerations.


There are 5 main categories.

Student voice, Desirability, Employer activity, Affordability, and University rankings are included.

When calculating the entire index sequence, each is given equal weight.

The indicators in each category may have different weights.

Whenever possible, metropolitan areas are used for population metrics.

Some cities are eligible for consideration.

There are 5 best student cities in the Southeast Asia region.


1.SingaporeThe quality of several universities in Singapore cannot be questioned.

The best universities in Singapore include several universities.


  • National University of Singapore,
  • Nanyang Technological University,
  • and Singapore Management University are included.


2. Kuala Lumpur is included in the best education city in Southeast Asia based on the QS Best Student Cities ranking.

The best references from universities.

  • The University of Malaya
  • CSI University,
  • and IIUM are all part of the University of Malaya.



3.The best student cities in Southeast Asia include Bangkok.

The best universities in Thailand.

  • King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi is located in Thailand.
  • University of Santo Tomas.


4. Manila

  • De La Salle University
  • University of Santo Tomas.


5. Bandung

  • Institute of Technology
  • and Padjadjaran University are in Bandung.

There are 5 best student cities in Southeast Asia.

If you want to continue studying abroad, this information is a good reference.



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