370 graduate at SAL's sixth convo

  • Education
  • Sunday, 23 Feb 2003

SAL Group of Colleges held its sixth convocation in Johor Baru recently for 370 students, most of whom graduated with Diploma in Information Technology, Diploma in Hotel Catering and Management, Diploma in Secretarialship and Administration, Certificate in Computer Systems Assistant Technician and Certificate in Computer Science.  

Among the graduates was a batch who had enrolled in twinning programmes with Edith Cowan University in Australia (for Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering), and Victoria University (Bachelor of Science in Computer Science). 

The SAL Group also has students pursuing their Diploma in Computer Science and Bachelor of Computer Science with Universiti Putra Malaysia. It has a programme with Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia for the Diploma in Information Technology. 

In addition, it is conducting an external programme with Britain's Association of Business Executives for the Diploma in Business Administration and the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry for the Diploma in Accountancy. 

“In order to survive with the competitive globalisation challenge from other countries, a vital component in a country's organisation would be the new breed of graduates that has been fed with the most needed knowledge and skills. They would be the backbone for a developing country like Malaysia to succeed and survive in the globalised world,” said SAL Group of Colleges board of governors chairman Abdul Rashid Abdul Ghani.

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