Varsity to hold open day in Penang and Ipoh this weekend

SWINBURNE University of Techno­logy Sarawak Campus (Swinburne Sarawak) is holding its Open Day in Ipoh and Penang this weekend. 

Visitors who are keen to learn more about the undergraduate and postgraduate degrees offered by Swinburne Sarawak can visit Weil Hotel in Ipoh on Saturday and G Hotel, Penang, on Sunday from noon to 5pm.

In a recent statement, the university said its academic staff and course counsellors will be on hand to share the course options available, which include engineering, computing, science, business and design.

Students can also do free on-the-spot application and get advice related to scholarships and financial aid, accommodation and transfer abroad.

Those interested for on-the-spot application can bring along their MyKad and birth certificate (Malaysian students) or original passport (international students), original academic transcripts with grading system (SPM/GCE O- Level/UEC/STPM/GCE A-Level/Diploma or equivalent qualification), and original English language proficiency test results (MUET, IELTS, TOEFL or equivalent qualification).

Swinburne Sarawak, located in Kuching, is the highest ranking international university in Borneo based on the inaugural Asia-Pacific University Ranking 2017 by Times Higher Education (THE).

It is the only international branch campus of Swinburne University of Technology Australia based in Melbourne.

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