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  • Sunday, 07 Dec 2003

HELP Institute is holding a nationwide career seminar, themed Career Exploration and Decision-making, until Dec 19. The highlight of the seminar is the study skill session, entitled Effective Transition to Successful University Studies: The Help Formula for Achieving First Class Results. Venues include Malacca (Dec 10), Johor (Dec 11 to 14), Kuantan (Dec 16), Ipoh (Dec 18) and Penang (Dec 19). For details, call 03-2094 2000 ext 1916. 

  • MONASH University Malaysia (MUM) will meet prospective students in Penang, Johor Baru and Ipoh to promote its programmes on Dec 13 to 14. MUM Pro Vice-chancellor Prof Merilyn Liddel said the roadshow would give out-of-town students the chance to find out more about the university’s programmes. For details, call 03-5636 0600 or e-mail info@monash.edu.my 

  • SPM-leavers interested in pursuing qualifications in business and marketing can check out Pacific College’s open day today, held from 11am to 4pm at its campus in Jalan Raja Chulan, Kuala Lumpur. For details, call 03-20703386 or e-mail pacific@proactive.com.my 

     

  • THE Malaysian Australian Alumni Council will hold a year-end party cum bush dance tonight at University College Sedaya Internationa, in Kuala Lumpur. Tickets are priced RM45 per head. Those interested should e-mail Justine.Chew@eMAAC.org, or log on to www. eMAAC.org

     

  • THOSE keen on getting an IT qualification can attend Institut Teknologi Web’s open day, scheduled for Dec 12 and 19, and Jan 2, 9 and 16. All sessions will be held from 10am to 6pm at the college's IT Web Hall at Taman Maluri, Cheras. For enquiries, call 03-9283 3799 or e-mail webcity@po.jaring.my 


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