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Collaboration

Collaboration without borders

Amazing Malaysian talents can be found in all corners of the globe, and a recent study conducted by TalentCorp found that a high percentage of Malaysian talents abroad would like to contribute their expertise to the development of Malaysia without returning to the country.

That’s why MyHeart Collaboration was introduced. Since its inception we’ve had many success stories together with Malaysians abroad, promoting brain circulation by connecting them with collaboration opportunities to benefit Malaysia.

Why MyHeart Collaboration?

MyHeart Collaboration plays a crucial role in supporting the Malaysian workforce and Malaysia’s ever-growing need of skilled talents with global experience. By connecting Malaysian talents abroad with local stakeholders, Malaysia stands to gain invaluable insights on your skills and experiences via partnership on different projects.

Why MyHeart Collaboration?

MyHeart Collaboration plays a crucial role in supporting the Malaysian workforce and Malaysia’s ever-growing need of skilled talents with global experience. By connecting with skilled Malaysian talents abroad, we are able to gain invaluable insights on their experience and potentially partner with them on different projects for different stakeholders.

How MyHeart Collaboration works?

Outreach & Engagement

Speaking Engagement

Industry Collaboration & Partnership

Research Project

Announcements Information A A

Knowledge Sharing

Past collaborations

Mastering SMEs Leadership

A collaboration between Kiley Tan and MyNext

Empowering Women Through Self-Leadership

A collaboration between Dr. Raja Yasmin and TalentCorp

Driving Innovation in Automotive Systems

A collaboration between Sukri Masika and DRB-HICOM University of Automotive Malaysia

From ASEAN Stage to Global Symphony

A collaboration between Samantha Chong and Kuala Lumpur Opera City Studio and University Malaysia Sabah (UMS)

Pioneering CFD Engineer Revolutionizing Industries

A collaboration between Dr. Catheryn Lim and TalentCorp

Unraveling the Threads of Neuromuscular Diseases

A collaboration between Dr. Catheryn Lim and TalentCorp

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

If you’re a Malaysian talent living abroad and wish to contribute to Malaysia’s development, reach out through our Contact Us form here and we’ll respond promptly.

Participating in MyHeart Collaboration provides a unique opportunity to leverage your knowledge, skills and expertise for the development of Malaysia, even when you’re residing abroad.

By engaging in collaborative projects and knowledge-sharing initiatives, you’ll not only contribute to the country’s growth but also enhance your own professional network, gaining global exposure and recognition.

MyHeart Collaboration offers a platform for meaningful contributions, fostering personal and professional growth while making a positive impact on Malaysia’s future.

MyHeart Collaboration can take various forms, including but not limited to sharing sessions, speaking engagements, consultations, joint ventures, business collaborations and research projects that contribute to Malaysia.

Terms and conditions of MyHeart Collaboration will depend on prior arrangements and discussions with stakeholders. Terms and conditions may include but are not limited to roles and responsibilities, payment, allowances, honorarium, logistical expenses, dividends and welfare benefits.

Feel free to reach out through our Contact Us form here and we’ll respond promptly.

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Why MyHeart Collaboration?

MyHeart Collaboration plays a crucial role in supporting the Malaysian workforce and Malaysia’s ever-growing need of skilled talents with global experience. By connecting with skilled Malaysian talents abroad, we are able to gain invaluable insights on their experience and potentially partner with them on different projects for different stakeholders.

Past collaborations

Samantha Chong

A Malaysian in Hong Kong who is a Malaysian mezzo-soprano.

Dr Aid Fawzal

A Malaysian in the UK who is an engineer with expertise in EV cooling system.

Dr Catheryn Lim

A Malaysian in the UK who is a researcher in Gene Therapy.

Samantha Chong

In 2022, we collaborated with KL City Opera and organised a masterclass with Samantha Chong, a Malaysian mezzo-soprano based in Hong Kong

Objective

To develop the performing arts scene in Malaysia via a collaboration with a leading name in classical Italian opera.

Format of the masterclass

The masterclass was held over 2 days, where 4 participants were selected to perform an aria or duet. Samantha then provided verbal and demonstrative feedback to each participant for 7-9 minutes each, which included song and scene interpretation, and stage presence.

Outcome

Samantha made a conscious effort to focus her sharing NOT on singing, but on the various aspects of performance, something that Malaysian performers lacked. So, MyCollabs acted as a medium for her to guide the students in navigating the world of classical opera, including dealing with different stakeholders like conductors, music directors and repetiteurs.

The students, on the other hand, received a rare opportunity to undergo a masterclass conducted by a seasoned performer for free. They could then use the knowledge they gained to enhance their opera skills and hopefully, pursue a career as full-time professional opera singers, something which is a rarity in Asia.

Dr Aid Fawzal

Who is Dr Aid Fawzal?

Experienced CFD Engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the automotive, energy and oil & gas industries. Strong professional background with a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Mechanical, Automotive and Manufacturing Engineering from Coventry University. Invented a constant number which is called the Fawzal Number (Fa) which is used to optimize supercar’s cooling system.

Format of the sharing session

Our participants consist of students from various engineering field and various level of studies, from bachelor’s degree to PhD.

During the session, Dr Aid shared with us the step-by-step process involved in designing a car using a simulation software where he explained why certain components are designed in such ways and the importance of each component. He also shared some tips to students who are planning to go into the automotive field.

Outcome

The session has benefited 284 participants with new knowledge and exposure to the automotive world and inspire our future engineers to pursue and improve our automotive industry.

Dr Catheryn Lim

Who is Dr Catheryn Lim?

Currently a Senior Research Fellow at Matthew Wood group and Chair, Early-Mid Career Researchers Committee at Department of Paediatrics, University of Oxford. Received her Ph.D., Molecular Genetics and Biochemistry from UNSW Dr. Lim is now working on understanding disease mechanisms and developing genetic treatments for neuromuscular diseases. Two of these strategies are now at later stages of development where she is collaborating with industrial partners to optimise the strategies in preparation for first-in-human clinical trials.

Format of the sharing session

The participants for the session consisted of students and academicians coming from various biological and related sciences background.

During the session, Dr. Lim shared about her experience and journey in the research world and delved into the new developments being made in genetic treatments (specifically in neuromuscular diseases). She also shared some tips and advice on how to be active in the biotechnology research industry.

Outcome

The session has exposed 183 participants to new development in genetic treatments (specifically in neuromuscular diseases).

Incentives Templer Park International School

40% scholarship of tuition fees + Zero application fee (worth RM 1000) + Zero registration fee (worth RM 4000)

Incentives International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL)

Application fee waiver (worth RM1,500)

Incentives Oasis International School

100% Waiver of Registration Fee (RM10,000 value)

Incentives Sri KDU

50% rebate off the Application Fee

Incentives Straits International School

100% OFF Application & Registration fees + 10% OFF Annual School Fees

Savings of over RM10,000 plus additional benefits

NOTES

For new students at any ISP (International School Partnership) School in Malaysia

Incentives Tenby Schools

100% OFF Application & Registration fees + 10% OFF Annual School Fees

Savings of over RM10,000 plus additional benefits

NOTES

For new students at any ISP (International School Partnership) School in Malaysia

Incentives Asia Pacific Schools

100% OFF Application & Registration fees + 10% OFF Annual School Fees

Savings of over RM10,000 plus additional benefits

NOTES

For new students at any ISP (International School Partnership) School in Malaysia

Incentives Epsom International School

100% waiver of Enrollment Fees

Up to RM20,000 + Additional Benefits

NOTES

Available for new students applying from now until 31 December 2023

Incentives Taylor’s International School

100% waiver of Registration Fees

Savings up to RM20,000

NOTES

Only for new enrollments into any of Taylor’s International School (Branch Kuala Lumpur / Puchong) from now until 31 December 2023

Incentives Australian International School Malaysia (AISM)

100% waiver of Registration Fees

Savings up to RM20,000

NOTES

Only for new enrollments into any of Australian International School Malaysia (AISM) from now until 31 December 2023

Incentives Nexus International School

100% waiver of Registration Fees

Savings up to RM20,000

NOTES

Only for new enrollments into any of Nexus International School from now until 31 December 2023

Incentives Gardens International School

100% waiver of Registration Fees

Savings up to RM20,000

NOTES

Only for new enrollments into any of Gardens International School from now until 31 December 2023