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Shortlisting of Star Education Fund candidates in progress

30 March 2015

PETALING JAYA: The shortlisting of candidates for the Star Education Fund has begun.

English level in Malaysia not that high yet, say teachers

30 March 2015

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia is still some way off before it can reach an internationally accepted level of English proficiency, according to the Malaysian English Language Teaching Association (Melta).

Looking through the gap

29 March 2015

The emerging trend of taking a year - or more! - off before going on to college or university can be an amazing adventure, as these “gappers” can attest to.

Politeknik Ungku Omar students working on a Naza Forza at the workshop of their campus in Ipoh.

Skilled options at polytechs

29 March 2015

POLYTECHNICS are becoming the first choice for school-leavers looking for engineering and technical courses.

International students from the Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation taking part in a ponggal cooking session.

Festive blessings

29 March 2015

THE Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (APU) campus in Bukit Jalil was decorated in conjunction with Thai Ponggal.

Good job: (from right) The winning team from last years National Science Challenge, Lee Shan Shan, Partiban Anathurai, and See Jin Ming being greeted by Malaysian Ambassador to Sweden Datuk Badruddin Abdul Rahman at the embassy.

STEM vital for nation’s progress

29 March 2015

Malaysia will need youth with a sound knowledge of science, technology, engineering and mathematics to push the country towards further development and success.

To gap or not to gap

29 March 2015

The question of taking a gap year is loaded as it is. But, don’t forget, you also have to worry about financing your college education.

Back to school

29 March 2015

TAKING off on a gap year - a break, which is sometimes necessary - is exciting, of course.

One for the album: The UKM Indian alumni group posing with students from the university.

Down memory lane

29 March 2015

IT was a trip down memory lane for several Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia graduates, some of whom have not visited their alma mater since completing their studies 30 years ago.

Lim’s argument is that creative activities are not confined to just such industries, but permeate throughout other sectors as well.- MOHD SAHAR MISNI/The Star

Commercialising creativity

29 March 2015

It’s a constant battle for Innovation Guru Tan Sri Lim Kok Wing to make others understand and get into the the business of creativity.

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