Language and Social Integration
There is no one size fits all formula when it comes to getting permanent residency in Singapore. The government looks at each application individually and decides whether or not it wants that person as a permanent resident based on their skills and qualifications.
The government has also set up schemes, such as the SkillsFuture Initiative, which provides funding for courses, training and scholarships to help foreigners become more employable.
Current recommendations are that you should know English and at least one of the four main local languages (Malay, Mandarin, Tamil) to display social integration within your application. This would boost your chance of being successful in your Permanent Residency (PR) application, particularly if you’re looking to work for multinational corporations. A lot of MNCs are now looking for employees who can speak more than one language.
This is a good opportunity for those who want to work and live in Singapore.
Immerse and Learn the Malay Language and Culture
The Malay for Permanent Residency (PR) course is an immersive course that aims to teach the Malay language and culture. This course also allows you to experience malay culture in Singapore. Collaborating with the Malay Heritage Centre of Singapore, it will give you a chance to visit various places in Singapore that have a rich history with the Malays.
This course is designed for people who are interested in learning about the Malay language and its culture. The course is designed for beginners so it will be easier for anyone who wants to learn about the language to do so, no matter what their background may be.
What are the Benefits?
This course is designed for those who want to learn and experience malay culture in Singapore with various activities in collaboration with the Malay Heritage Centre of Singapore. The course also helps you learn how to read, write, speak and understand the language.
This course is more than an introduction to Singapore. It is also an introduction to the Malay culture and heritage. This is course is open to tourists and for anyone to get an introduction of the malay language and culture here in Singapore.
At the end of this course you will receive a certificate from Agape School of Education, certifying your attendance as well as your proficiency whilst undertaking this course.
Register your interest by contacting us below.