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Golden opportunity: Cherish is currently undergoing a research year at Harvard.

As one of the first private universities to form strategic collaborations with institutions of higher learning around the world, UCSI University is now able to offer increased learning and research opportunities to its students.

SETTING foot into Harvard University had never crossed third-year medical student Cherish Chong Chiu Wern’s mind, but as she was one of the top students in her faculty, she was shortlisted, by UCSI University vice-chancellor and president Prof Datuk Dr Khalid Yusoff, for the Harvard Medical School Global Clinical Scholar Research Training Programme in which selected students are given the chance to spend a year at the prestigious institution.

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