Teaching abroad in Malaysia

Malaysia is an appealing place to live and work for many reasons. We work with some of the best international schools in Malaysia to help talented teachers find a job there.

Key details

Population: 25,347,370
Capital: Putrajaya
Currency: Malaysian ringgit
Number of international schools: 69
Number of IB schools: 15
Number of current vacancies: 21
Cost of Living
Safety

Living in Malaysia

Malaysia is an exciting place to live and work. It is well-developed in comparison to some other countries in South-East Asia, and offers a decent standard of living. The capital, Kuala Lumpur, is a commercial city with busy shopping malls, a cosmopolitan range of restaurants and lively markets. It's also a great base for travel around Asia because of its road, rail and air links. Malaysian cuisine combines elements of Chinese and Indian food; a wide range of Western foods are also available. Malaysia has a year-round hot climate with an annual monsoon season.

Lonely Planet Malaysia

Latest teaching jobs in Malaysia
Visas and Medical

To live and work in Malaysia, you will need a visa and work permit. See http://www.expatarrivals.com/malaysia/visas-for-malaysia for more information. Healthcare in the major cities is of an excellent standard. Many expats still choose to use private health insurance. Many international schools offer this as part of their package.

Latest teaching jobs in Malaysia
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