Major cities and strong economies thrive on diversity. A diverse talent pool presents expertise and experience that crosses boundaries and cultures, bringing the best practices from around the world into one single entity – the Malaysian economy. To remain competitive in the global economy, our local pool must be enhanced with the best skills and talents that can be tapped globally. Only then will Malaysia be able to achieve a high income status by 2020. Join us in realising this goal and you’ll find a country that’s full of character and culture.
Expatriates can apply for the Residence Pass-Talent to further enjoy their time in Malaysia. The Residence Pass-Talent is an initiative mooted by the Malaysian Government and has been in effect since April 2011. Its main aim is to attract and retain top talent in the country. Highly qualified expatriates seeking to continue living and working in Malaysia on a long-term basis may apply for the Residence Pass-Talent.
Read more about Residence Pass-Talent from its participants.
Dr. Marie-Aimée Tourres is an economist and educator. Having been in Malaysia for 13 years, she is currently a Senior Research Fellow at Universiti Malaya.
Stuart L. Dean is the CEO of GE ASEAN. He has lived in Malaysia for 10 years but still finds it a place that has a lot to offer for both leisure and work.
Mona Kalu is geo-scientist based in Miri, Sarawak. She moved to Malaysia over 7 years ago and has found the RP-T to be a blessing.