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According to TalentCorp and the Institute of Labour Market Information and Analysis (ILMIA) under the Ministry of Human Resources (MOHR), engineering is one of the most critical occupations listed under The Critical Occupations List (COL) report. This report is developed using data from employers and provides a big picture of the skills and occupations in demand within the industries.
If you are good at science and math but aren't sure what you want to do with your life, engineering courses in Malaysia is a safe major to start with. However, you have to select the right engineering course, especially when it comes to job opportunities and remuneration. What engineering jobs pay the most? These are the seven highest paying and critical engineering jobs to consider.
Civil engineers are responsible for the world's most inspiring buildings, bridges and roads. Some of these incredible structures include the Petronas Twin Towers, KL Tower and Penang Bridge, which would not be possible without talented civil engineers.
Civil Engineering jobs are concerned with the design, construction, maintenance and operation of infrastructure to benefit society. How Much Does a Civil Engineer Make? The average salary for a Civil Engineer in Malaysia is RM39,693 per year.
Mechanical engineers are in demand now. The highest paid Mechanical Engineers are from PETRONAS, Panasonic Malaysia and Dyson. Reported salaries are highest at PETRONAS, where the average pay is RM72,126 per annum.
Mechanical engineers can work in many industries. They play an important role in the automotive, aerospace, biotechnology, computer and electronics, automation, and manufacturing sectors. Their role would require them to design, develop, build and test all sorts of mechanical devices, tools, engines and machines.
Did you know that the first computer programmer was a woman born in 1815? Ada Lovelace was an English mathematician and the inventor of computer programming. Since then, software development has continuously evolved, adapting to technological and industry change.
Software engineers are computer science professionals who use engineering principles and programming languages to build software products, develop computer games and run network control systems. Today, most software engineers are fascinated by the world of game development, graphics and simulations.
If you are already a programmer or aspire to become one, you should learn how to operate new tools, languages and technologies. The average pay for software engineers in Malaysia is RM38,000 per year.
Computer Systems Engineer
Systems Engineers have an estimated average annual salary of RM39,120 per year in Malaysia. The job role involves developing, testing and evaluating software, circuits, personal computers and more.
It is a combination of knowledge in computer science, engineering, and mathematical analysis. System Engineers also advise clients regarding the appropriate hardware and software to ensure their computer systems are able to meet the required needs. They may also be involved in a hands-on manner during the project's acquisition, installation, testing and implementation phases.
If you love beauty products such as lotions, mascara, foundation, nail polish and others, these cosmetic products are formulations created by scientists and chemical engineers. Chemical engineers use hard science to produce the compounds used every day in cosmetics, detergents, fuel, food, pharmaceuticals and more.
As a result, Chemical engineering is a great career track for engineers with a background in biology, chemistry or physics who enjoy working on a team to solve big problems. The median pay for a chemical engineer in Malaysia is RM41,055 per year.
Electrical engineers can work in a variety of businesses, developing electrical and electronic items like electric motors, radar or navigation systems. They might also diversify and work in developing broadcasting or communications systems. In Malaysia, electrical engineers earn on average RM43,192 per year.
Robotic and Mechatronics Engineer
Robots are the most recognised mechatronic systems. Companies and organisations throughout the world use robots in a variety of applications and industries, from manufacturing and automation to healthcare applications.
In the automotive industry, market leaders agree that the next generation of automobiles will take advantage of interdisciplinary engineering, and mechatronic engineers are of high demand! In Malaysia, the median pay reported is at RM136,015 per year.
Majoring in Engineering can lead to a promising, comprehensive career path with high pay. Monash University's School of Engineering is the HIGHEST ranked engineering program offered in Malaysia. Their engineering programmes are professionally accredited by the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) and internationally recognised by Engineers Australia.
The university offers a wide range of Engineering courses in the Malaysia campus through the following fields:
In particular, Monash's Civil and Structural Engineering program was ranked 15th by The QS World University Rankings by Subject 2021. And just last year, the same ranking system placed the Chemical Engineering program at 29th. With so many enriching Engineering courses in Malaysia to choose from, you will be happy with an endless list of career options. To find out more about the Monash University programmes, duration, and fee structures, click here.
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