Student creates new software system

Lam (centre) sharing his success with (from left) Coventry University moderator Richard Gatward, Giannasi, Guok and Dr Phelan. 

INTI International University College (INTI) graduate Shawn Lam Tze Ming was offered a job on the spot at his first interview with multinational Agilent Technologies, partly due to his excellent command of English and IT skills. 

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