LIMKOKWING University College of Creative Technology's achievements and its success in the recruitment of international students were given due recognition when it won the Ministry of Trade and Industry's Export Excellence (Services) Award recently.
In the space of 12 years since its inception, Limkokwing University College of Creative Technology has enrolled some 1,000 international students from 45 countries. The number is expected to double in two years.
The campus today boasts an ethnically-diverse and vibrant atmosphere. Students come from afar, including Oman, Iran, Jordan and Saudi Arabia.
Limkokwing ensures quality delivery of its international degree and diploma programmes in design, multimedia, media communications, business studies, ICT and architecture. Its programmes will be jointly delivered in several universities in Asia, including China, Mauritius, Vietnam, Myanmar, and Bangladesh.
The university college’s president Tan Sri Lim Kok Wing says the emphasis is not only on being international in terms of student population; rather, the key is in getting international researchers to provide students with important exposure.
o PARTIAL scholarships await deserving SPM holders at the Millennium Institute of Technology. The scholarships from Limkokwing Foundation, worth RM1mil, are offered to students with at least four credits who enrol for its 2+1 business ICT programmes. The offer is on till March 31.
The scholarships would mean huge savings for students, coupled with the fact that the 2+1 programme allows them to complete their degree locally.
Millennium Institute has an unconventional approach to business education. The best of e-business education is taught along with creativity, an essential tool in today’s hi-tech, constantly changing environment.
In Malaysia, Millennium’s affiliation with Limkokwing University College of Creative Technology is a clear advantage to its student as they get to acquire additional skills in multimedia, communication and design.