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  • Hamidah Aziz
  • Farah Abdolghader 
  • Ladan Abouali

Faculty of Management and Human Resource Development, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

College of Fine Arts, Nanjing Normal University, Nanjing 210046 China

Received: 09 April 2018                          Accepted: 20 May 2018                              Published: 01 June 2018

 10.22034/JHI.2018.70842                                                                       XML Files


While higher education institutions are among the largest service industries of the 21st century, education has become the most prominent global symbol of prestige. These institutions are tackling multiple tasks not only to maintain and uphold their identities but also to provide quality services. These services create a continuum of high quality education that meets learners’ needs, and thus offer golden opportunities for attracting applicants on the local and global levels.  A total of 355 international students in Universiti Teknologi Malaysia UTM) were included in this study, which assessed their perception of the quality of teaching and learning and the services provided by the support staff of this institution of higher education. The research scale was a set of questionnaires adopted and translated from Hamidah et al. (2004). The findings from this study mirrored the moderate perception of the international students about the educational services.