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University holds Open Day in JB focusing on courses at its Sarawak campus

JOHOR BARU: Students keen to learn more about accredited courses offered by Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus (Swinburne Sarawak) can come to its open day tomorrow at KSL Hotel, Johor Baru, from 12pm to 5pm.

Academic staff and course counsellors will be on hand to guide potential students at the Open Day.

Rebecca Taylor appointed new CEO of University of Southampton Malaysia

PROF Rebecca Taylor has been appointed as the new chief executive officer of the University of Southampton Malaysia (UoSM).

School canteen shut down due to fly infestation

SJK(T) Ladang Kinrara in Puchong, Selangor, has had to shut down its canteen for three days due to a serious fly infestation, Malaysia Nanban reported.

Students to wear black trainers next year, says Dr Maszlee

SHAH ALAM: Next year, school students will step out in black shoes instead of in white.

A welcome change: Dr Maszlee speaking during the question-and-answer session on education. Looking on is Johan.

Providing a holistic experience for students

KUALA LUMPUR: Tan Sri Lim Hock San is a firm believer in every child having access to a proper education to unlock their potential.

One for the album: Hock San (back row, fifth from right) posing with Malaysia’s national team and TAR UC’s dodgeball team after signing a MoU with TAR UC. With him are (back row, from fifth left) Chook, Tan and Cynthia.

Teo: Stop politicising the UEC matter

THE Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) is just another option for students to take as part of their qualifications and its recognition should not be politicised, says the Deputy Education Minister.

Rapid calculation method helps kids to improve maths skills

KUALA LUMPUR: It is not simply by chance that the Chinese are strong in mathematics.

Leadership needed in UEC recognition

Comment - By HO WAH FOON
THE current hot debate on whether the Education Ministry should grant official recognition to the Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) is not only getting toxic, but is threatening to turn racist.

Practical and fun learning

NiE workshops in Johor sponsored by a conglomerate opens door to endless teaching possibilities with the newspaper.

One for the album as Kumaran (holding board) and the English teachers mark their participation at an NiE workshop held at SK Taman Megah Ria, Johor.

Thrills, spills and plenty of action

Eight worthy winners of a nationwide contest journeyed up 6,000 feet above sea level for a rewarding highland holiday.

(From left) One for the album as Abram, Wei Jack, Alanna, Nur Shahirah, Wai See, Zhi Ling, Jasvina and Nur Denneia mark their win with two of the main characters from The Smurfs Live on Stage musical.