Outstanding Malaysian students

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STUDENTS from Malaysia continue to achieve excellent results at Canning College, a government school in Perth, Western Australia.  

Leang Ming Siew, from Penang, and Hong Sheng Chiong, from Kuching, who both achieved outstanding results, were pursuing the Western Australian Universities Foundation Programme (WAUFP) at the college. 

The programme is recognised by all universities in Australia. 

Ming Siew studied English, Applicable Mathematics, Calculus, Information Systems, and Physics. She was awarded the Principal’s Certificate of Excellence for scoring the highest marks in Applicable Mathematics, Information Systems and Physics.  

She was also the recipient of the Bank West prize for academic excellence, which was presented at the international graduation ceremony recently. Ming Siew intends to study architecture at either the University of Western Australia or Curtin University. 

Sheng Chiong studied English, Human Biology, Applicable Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics.  

He was awarded the Principal’s Certificate of Excellence for top marks in Human Biology and was also a recipient of the Bank West prize for academic excellence.  

Sheng Chiong wants to study either medicine or biomedical science at the University of Western Australia, or pharmacy at Curtin University.  

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