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STAYING true to its motto – Employability is Our Priority, Peninsula College’s faculty of academicians strive to equip students with in-depth subject knowledge and also hands-on industrial experience. Its track record of 100% graduate employability is a testament to the team’s dedication to creating well-rounded professionals.
FOR many families in Malaysia, education has become a huge investment burden, especially for those in the low and middle-income groups. High school leavers who achieve good SPM results are often left disappointed by their public university placements and have to fork out a huge sum of money to study at private universities instead.
THE Asean University Network–Disability & Public Policy Network (AUN-DPPnet) is offering scholarships for Malaysians with disabilities to pursue a Master’s degree locally or in any universities within the Asean region.
THIRTY Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) students received financial assistance from the People’s Republic of China Embassy in Malaysia in a ceremony held at the institution’s Sungai Long campus.
THE achievements of 1, 057 students graduating from various undergraduate and postgraduate programmes at Sunway University were celebrated at a ceremony.
THE AMMA Foundation recently honoured 12 students at its 17th annual high achievement awards ceremony.
A NEW batch of scholars under a Sunway Education Group community scholarship scheme were recently welcomed at the Jeffrey Cheah Foundation (JCF) Community Scholars Get-Together.
FOR an 18-year-old underprivileged youth, tertiary education had remained a faraway dream in her goals to pursue a chemical engineering degree course at a local university.
PETALING JAYA: Although the New Economic Policy (NEP) has polarised sections of the society, one would disregard it at Malaysia's peril, warns former Council of Eminent Persons (CEP) chairman Tun Daim Zainuddin.
FORMER Universiti Malaya anthropologist Dr Juli Edo was looking forward to a leisurely retirement when he finally hung up his academic boots in 2017.