Who said what?
has agreed in
principle to a
20-hours per week
“Elajsolan Mohan, president, National Association of Private Educational Institutions, Malaysia
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Each week on The PIE News we publish a PIE Chat
with someone interesting from the international education
sector. Here, we bring you a selection of highlights
from the last few months.
Now students are allowed to stay for about three months after graduation. They can see the rest of the
country or choose to work in Malaysia.
We also reach out to countries where students have enough money maybe for one semester or two semesters, but
do not have enough money for the whole program and they will want to support themselves by wanting to work here
part-time. Previously, this was not possible. The government has already agreed in principle to a 20-hours per week
part-time work permission. So this is also a way to attract more students.