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Despite the many challenges in the world of IT, Malaysia's first private varsity continues to pride itself on producing employable graduates.
A little extra effort goes a long way, especially when teachers are dealing with students who have different levels of English proficiency.
British Council director Peter Clack who left the country last month for a new posting, talks fondly of local food and the role he played in Malaysia#8217;s quest to be an education hub.
Policy makers and private providers give their input on the factors that have led to Malaysia becoming a popular destination in the higher learning sector.
With much in the pipeline, TOC is gearing itself to be a global brand in automotive education.
MALAYSIA now has 26 private varsities with HELP University College being accorded university status.
PUTRAJAYA: The recent QS World University Rankings has shown that Malaysian varsities are competitive, said Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin.
Universities have drawn up their own goals and objectives in their quest to transform and excel.
Success often comes with a price. No one knows it better than Universiti Malaya vice-chancellor Prof Tan Sri Dr Ghauth Jasmon, who has ruffled feathers in his pursuit to place the varsity among the top 100 worldwide.
MOST of his fans know him as a deejay with popular Chinese radio station 98.8 but Chan Fong is a man who wears many hats. He is also an artist, actor, songwriter, brand builder, event planner and a successful businessman.