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Securing scholarships

25 January 2015

WONDERING how you can stand out from the crowd and increase your chances of getting a scholarship? Star Education Fund manager Susanna Kuan says that one must have a clear idea when applying for a scholarship.

Star Education Fair: A runaway success

25 January 2015

The 65,000 visitors to last weekend’s Star Education Fair were overwhelmed by the choices available to them in the form of tertiary courses, scholarships and career talks.

Liew and her students getting a preview of the year’s first issue of Step Up (BM).

A ‘Step Up’ for English lessons

25 January 2015

Teachers and students find that learning English is more interesting and fun when the educational pullout is introduced into the mix.

Malaysian teens head to US

25 January 2015

THE US Embassy and Yayasan AFS Antarabudaya Malaysia (AFS Malaysia) recently announced that 45 Malaysian secondary school students have been chosen to participate in the Kennedy Lugar-Youth Exchange Study (KLYES) Scholarship Programme to the United States.

Mousevellous: Tebby, loves the adventures of Geronimo Stilton (left) and his sister, Thea.

Golden rewards for 10-year-old

25 January 2015

SCHOLASTIC Malaysia, a subsidiary of the world’s largest children’s book publisher and distributor, Scholastic Inc., as well as publisher of the Geronimo Stilton book series (English version), recently announced the lucky winner of the “Geronimo Stilton Golden Book Contest” raffle, a Scholastic Asia initiative involving Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Philippines, Indonesia and India.

Helping hand: Zainal Abidin (centre) is happy to help students affected by the floods get back on track with supplies donated by the foundation.

Kids receive school aid

25 January 2015

FOLLOWING their visit to flooded areas in Perak, Kelantan, Terengganu and Selangor to hand over donations, in the form of food and clothing, to flood victims, Yayasan Basmi Kemiskinan (YBK) recently returned to Kelantan, specifically to Kuala Krai, to provide assistance to approximately 2,000 pupils in eight schools.

Winners: (Standing, from left): Dinesh, Krubagaran, Chuan Yin, Brehma, Devanthra, Athiqurahman; (crouching, from left): Kian Lun, Sumen, Teik Boon and Mekanathan.

Uniten wins ‘war’ in India

25 January 2015

TECHFEST is Asia’s Largest Science and Technology Festival, first launched 17 years ago at India Institute of Technology Bombay in Powai, Mumbai.

Loh (left) and Protherough (right) at the conference.

ICAEW plays hosts

25 January 2015

THE Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) recently hosted the first Regional Academic Conference and Tutor Workshop in Kuala Lumpur.

Bravo: (From left) Wei-Xiang, Yi Shin, Cheng, Prof Wilkinson, Yu Wen and Chia Ying, all smiles over the student’s results.

Sunway students score top marks

25 January 2015

KHOO Yu Wen, Lee Chia Ying, Leong Wei-Xiang and Yap Yi Shin are Australian Matriculation Programme (AUSMAT) students from Sunway College who have obtained distinctions in the 2014 Business Educators of Western Australia (BEWA) Accounting competition.

The universitys Faculty of Technology Management and Business building.

UTHM course receives accreditation

25 January 2015

UNIVERSITI Tun Hussein Onn (UTHM)’s Bachelor of Technology Management (Construction) has received a five-year, full and unconditional accreditation from the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), United Kingdom.

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