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Good programme: Lim (fifth from right) and Puan Sri Karen Lim (next to him) posing with the pupils after handing over the mock cheque to Wong. With them are (from left) PTA members Loo Hock Wae, Kor Boon Wooi, the school’s board of governors deputy chairman Datuk Lim Kim Hwi, headmistress Teoh Ai Theng, board of governors treasurer Jackie Chew Soo Mee, and PTA chairman Goh Chuan Hai.

LBS Bina continues to sponsor NiE

29 March 2017

PETALING JAYA: As chairman of a Chinese school board, Tan Sri Lim Hock San wanted to achieve something important -- improve the English language proficiency of its pupils.

‘Don’t criticise Govt on stage’

28 March 2017

KUALA LUMPUR: Five teachers have been issued show cause letters for allegedly making anti-Government speeches at public events organised by the opposition, said Education Minister Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid.

IT programmes in big demand

27 March 2017

MAJORITY of those present at the Star Education Fair 2017 at SPICE Arena in Penang were looking for courses related to information technology (IT).

Students and parents getting more information about the courses offered by LimKokWing University of Creative Technology.

Useful tips on securing financial aid

27 March 2017

THOSE keen on applying for Star Education Fund scholarships should consider courses available at institutions in their respective states.

(From left) Dr Xavier, Shathis and Tham are among the speakers at the fair.

Experts help students plot right paths

27 March 2017

A LARGE number of Malaysian students are studying in Britain because it offers world-class education with high employability.

Malaysian students performing well in Polish varsities, says envoy

27 March 2017

WARSAW: Malaysian students are perfor­ming well in Polish universities, said Malaysian ambassador to Poland, Datuk Ahmad Fadil Shamsuddin.

Yang Yang (right, seated) with other scholars sharing their work experience from various projects in the Group

Setting the right path for undergraduates

26 March 2017

MANY corporations give out tertiary education scholarships as a way to “give back to society” but for some others, it goes a little deeper than a mere CSR initiative.

A good read: Visitors renewing their subscriptions at The Star’s counter.

Reader: The Star is my family’s choice

26 March 2017

GEORGE TOWN: The Star has been the family newspaper for Quah Siew Ai, 51, and her husband Phan Yeow Lin, 58, for 20 years.

Grand feeling: (From right) Kim Seng, Tham and Louis showing off their Spin & Win prizes.

Father and son strike it lucky

26 March 2017

GEORGE TOWN: A quality assurance executive and his son won grand prizes in the Star Education Fair 2017’s Spin & Win Contest.

It’s your poor attitude, youths told

26 March 2017

GEORGE TOWN: Fresh graduates cannot find jobs after completing their studies because they have attitude problems.

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