NILAI International College students recently listened to an insightful talk entitled Career Matters Accelerating Your Business by speaker Dr Moni Lai Storz, a principal consultant for Global Business Strategies of Melbourne, Australia.
Speaking to more than 300 students and staff, Dr Storz shared the benefits of applying accelerated learning to ones everyday life. She also advised students on effective learning and how to manage their own careers.
Final year Australian degree programme student Alexandra Leong and her course mates found the talk inspiring and beneficial.
Since I would be graduating in a few months time, this talk is timely as I can now start thinking about what I would like to do in
the future, she said.
Dr Storz also shared teaching tips with the lecturers and spoke on how to provide an encouraging and active participation learning environment in classrooms.
o INCOMING students to Nilai International were given a chance to use their imagination and clothe themselves in autumn colours during its recent Orientation Night.
The new students were asked to use their creativity and design clothes that would bring out the theme, La Autumn Night in a fashion show as the evening's highlight.
From casual ensembles to formal evening wear, students came up with designs of falling leaves and dry veins in all the season's colours.
Two students were then crowned Monsieur & Mademoiselle De Autumn based on the creativity of their autumn collection and presentation skills on stage.
Other performances included a traditional Myanmar dance, the Memorable Thin Gyan presented by Myanmese students, while a pair of Indian students presented an Indian traditional dance with intricate steps, Madras Talkies.
A modern break dance was also well received as the Stormbreakers gave the audience an energy boost when they appeared on stage with their breath-taking dance movements.
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