Awarded for excellent examination results


The recipients of the Principal’s List Award 2018 with Wan Nor Haliza (seated, third from left) and Sunway University Associate Provost (Student Experience) Prof Hew Gill (seated, fourth from left) after the presentation ceremony at the college.

A TOTAL of 22 high achievers at Sunway College Ipoh (SCI) were presented with awards for excellent results in their respective examinations.

Held at the college, 20 diploma students received the Principal’s List Award and two for acing the Certified Accounting Technician (CAT).

During the ceremony, Sunway College Ipoh principal Wan Nor Haliza Wan Harun commended three students – Ong Xian Guan, Chia Tze Teng and Hee Yong Wai – for their outstanding achievements.

She said Ong, a Diploma in Business Administration student in the School of Business Studies, scored a 4.0 in GPA in the recent final examination, which was also his final semester of studies.

“He had consistently maintained the same excellent results throughout which enabled him to graduate with a 4.0 CGPA.

“On the other hand, the School of Accounting boasts the success of Chia, who scored 100% in his Financial Accounting (FFA) paper in December 2017, and Hee, who obtained first place and second globally through the Maintaining Financial Record (FA2) paper,” she said.

At the ceremony, Sunway University Associate Provost (Student Experience) Prof Hew Gill presented various scholarships to about 20 deserving secondary school students.

The scholarships are the Principal’s Scholarship, Special Scholarship and Media Scholarship 2018.

The Principal scholarship entitles scholars to a 50% waiver on tuition fees for selected programmes, while the media scholarship secures a 100% aid on tuition fees.

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