Who are we?

A global coalition of Malaysian student organisations worldwide. Our mandate is to act as the global leader and representative body of Malaysian students, both serving and leading Malaysian students worldwide.

2016
Founding Year
16
Countries
15
Member Councils
2
Flagship Event

Our functions can be encapsulated in our three strategic pillars

Policy Advocacy

MSGA will act as a representative that channels the views and aspirations of Malaysian Students, and advocates for policy positions that benefit students and the wider Malaysian society (or community).

Talent Development

MSGA will work towards human capital development among Malaysian students by facilitating a global exchange ideas, experience and oppurtunities.

Social Impact

MSGA will work towards channeling the energy and ideas of the Malaysian student population towards socially beneficial ends.

Our work will be driven by our three core values:

IMPARTIALITY

MSGA will act as a representative that channels the views and aspirations of Malaysian Students, and advocates for policy positions that benefit students and the wider Malaysian society (or community).

COLLABORATION

MSGA will work towards human capital development among Malaysian students by facilitating a global exchange ideas, experience and oppurtunities.

EXCELLENCE

MSGA will work towards channeling the energy and ideas of the Malaysian student population towards socially beneficial ends.

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Global Excellence Award

MSGA’S initiative to acknowledge students’ leaders for their exceptional achievements and performance.

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Leaders for the future.

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Global Article Series
Parliament’s Remarks and What It’s Like Living in Man’s World

In a male dominated career, as of February 2019, women represent only 24.3 percent of all national parliamentarians in the world. Let’s bring this issue closer to home and unravel this topic even further.

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Black and White: A look into Malaysia’s police brutality

Increasing insights on cases of police brutality globally showed me, and the world at large, that when power is given to the wrong people with lack of scrutiny, things can get ugly real quick.

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Free The Press or Be Pressed : A Case of Freedom

Should there be a limit on freedom of speech and freedom of press?

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Cultural Appropriation in Malaysia? Does it Apply?

When I was given the opportunity to study abroad, I have to admit that I was oblivious to the concept of cultural appropriation, and I am still learning to this very day. These topics which have been mainly discussed in Western countries over the years became more prevalent this year with the Black Lives Matter movement. 

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Social Isolation

This is the championed phrase that is paraded by advocates on and off social media. The elephant in the room, however, is that it has rarely (if ever) been effective in comforting for those experiencing social isolation - and we know it.

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An Unwanted Reunion : A look into Malaysia’s Government Change

I could never quite understand why people think studying politics is boring. Malaysian politics in 2020 was everything but boring. Or maybe some think politics, like their crush, is out of their leagues.

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Wawasan 2020

13 years ago, the small kid of me dreamt of being in Malaysia in 2020 when we would have flying cars, bullet trains, high-rise skyscrapers. It was the target year of Wawasan 2020 (Vision 2020) when Malaysia aimed to be a fully developed nation. But, that target was never achieved, atleast not this year. What happened to Wawasan 2020?

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COVID-19 in Malaysia

The novel coronavirus that emerged in Wuhan, China has left economies bleeding and people losing their loved ones in the worst pandemic in over 100 years. The severity of the disease along with how easy it gets transmitted has led the World Health Organization (WHO) to declare COVID-19 as a pandemic on March 12, 2020.

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#BlackLivesMatter

Black Lives Matter didn’t start with George Floyd. It will not end with him. Following his murder on 26 May 2020, the movement began to s...

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How should Malaysians approach Bumiputera policies

The scent stinks up the room, sensitive and sharp for many Malaysians to even think about. Much like our public toilets, it is pungent to...

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here are some of our initiatives
Summit 2020
Global Leadership Camp
Diversity & Inclusivity
Campaign 2020
Our Sponsors & partners

KPMG first established a presence in Malaysia in 1928 and has grown to be a part of the global success of KPMG's international network of member firms. We provide professional services in Audit, Tax and Advisory across a wide range of industries, government and non profit sectors.

RHB Group is a multinational regional financial services provider committed to deliver complete solutions to our clients through differentiated segment offerings and an ecosystem that supports simple, fast and seamless customer experience, underpinned by cohesive and inspired workforce and relationship built with stakeholders.

Headquartered in Hong Kong and majority owned by Essity Group of Sweden, is one of the leading hygiene products company in Asia, with more than 11,000 employees and growing. We strive to make responsible and holistic choices that create value for our business, people and the environment.

Backed by a creative and innovative workforce, Gamuda has grown from a small construction outfit into Malaysia’s leading engineering & construction, property development and infrastructure concession firm. We deliver world-class products and solutions that connect people and cities.

We are the national agency that drives Malaysia's talent strategy towards becoming a dynamic talent hub. Our initiatives are tailored for professionals, students, employers, and industry and academia partners.

Francestle Confectioneries has been incorporated in Malaysia since 2009 and specializes in manufacturing a wide range of chocolate products. Besides doing our own brands of chocolate, we also provide OEM, contract manufacturing or private label services for our customers and their needs.

Foodpanda Malaysia started with one goal in mind: to be the most convenient food delivery service in the country. 2 years later, it’s operating successfully in 6 cities in Malaysia with many happy customers.

Sunway University is a leading not-for-profit private university committed to the pursuit of education through scholarship, research and enterprise. It is ranked among the top 2% of universities in Asia and rated as a 5-star institution by Quacquarelli Symonds. The University has also been awarded a 5-star rating in the SETARA 2017 assessment of Malaysian Higher Education Institutions.

For 24 years, GRADUAN® has been the leading and most trusted career resource for Malaysian talent, guiding them in their journey to become part of Malaysia’s energetic workforce. It is also the preferred partner for leading Malaysian employers when it comes to talent recruitment.