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Educational talks: Ng and Yap (below) will each be giving a talk on how students can choose their degrees.

Talks will enlighten school leavers about degrees and careers

7 December 2016

PETALING JAYA: School leavers should not feel pressured into following in their friends’ footsteps when choosing their own path.

Malaysian students show good improvement under Pisa

7 December 2016

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysian students have improved in Mathematics, Reading and Science under the Programme for Inter­national Student Assessment (Pisa) 2015.

Making remote learning a reality for teens

4 December 2016

RURAL and urban poor communities are now getting free after-school digital learning programmes from Maxis at internet centres known as the Pusat Internet 1Malaysia (PI1M).

The proud students posing at the Junior Achievement Annual Sales fair at a mall in Subang Jaya where they displayed their winning product.

Kudos to Kuala Selangor school

4 December 2016

SMK Sultan Sulaiman Shah, Bestari Jaya, Selangor, needs a pat on the back for the many activities and programmes it organises for both its students and teachers.

Carlson says that with the changes, teachers too must make sure they have relevant content that’s engaging for students.

Sharing ideas through tech tools

4 December 2016

GROUP discussions used to take place with students sitting in circles with scribblings on sheets of paper. Now, collaborations involve staring intently at handheld devices while furiously typing or voicing out their ideas into tiny microphones.

MRSM to focus on underprivileged students

4 December 2016

STUDENT intake at the Mara Junior Science College (MRSM) next year will see priority being given to children from families in the bottom 40% household income group (B40) in rural areas, said Rural and Regional Development Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

An airline employee speaking to the students in a special room that simulates the interior of an airplane.

Empowering girls to fly high

4 December 2016

OVER 100 female students from three schools had the opportunity to tour the Asian Aviation Centre of Excellence (AACE), as well as the latest AirAsia Headquarters RedQ, both located in Sepang.

Meeting needs of hospitality

4 December 2016

CITY University is affiliated with Vatel - International Business School in Hotel & Tourism Management in a collaboration over Vatel Kuala Lumpur with the aim of meeting the growing needs of the hospitality and tourism industry globally and within the country.

Cheah (second from left) presents Dr Ahmad Faizal (second from right) with a donation of RM100, 000 in support of Mercy Malaysia’s humanitarian efforts. Looking on are Swing (left), Sultan Nazrin (middle) and Lee.

Raising awareness on humanitarian crisis

4 December 2016

TO raise awareness on humanitarian issues and initiatives undertaken by various organisations to alleviate human suffering, Mercy Malaysia together with Sunway University and Jeffrey Cheah Foundation recently hosted the fourth Sultan Nazrin Shah Lecture Series on ‘Migration, Displacement and the Age of Humanitarian Crisis’.

One-stop solution

4 December 2016

IN the past, fresh graduates would go through job advertisements in the newspapers or the Internet to find the right job.

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