Malay (official), English, Chinese dialects,
RM (Malaysian Ringgit)

Working in Malaysia

  • believes that every Filipino deserves to get a quality, relevant education that will prepare them for their dream career. We bring you choice, advice, and convenience – all for free.

  • Can I work while I’m studying in the ‘country’?

    International students are allowed to work part-time, provided that they have a valid student pass. They can work for a maximum of 20 hours per week during semester breaks or holidays of more than 7 days in specific sectors.

  • What are the benefits of graduating from a school in the ‘country’?

    With Malaysia’s partnerships with other universities from other countries, these universities have branch campuses in Malaysia. University of Nottingham, for example, is a UK-based university that has a campus in Malaysia. A student that studies in the Malaysian campus of this university can earn a degree from UK.

    Graduating from a school in Malaysia also gives students excellent job opportunities. With the country’s developing economy, industries in Malaysia are developing as well. This has created a need for skilled graduates who are willing to work in these industries.

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Schools in Malaysia

Which school do you want to study? What program can you take? Are the schools offering scholarships?

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Study in Malaysia

How much are the living expenses for students? How can I adapt to the local culture?

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Life in Malaysia

Where could you live? What would daily life be like? What's the cost of living? Is it safe living here?

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