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  • Sunday, 12 Jun 2016

IF you are planning to study in New Zealand, did you know you could be given a one-year post study work visa upon graduation?

Come listen to Kiwi Studies and Migration Advisory student consultant Lau Chin Wee who will speak on opportunities in New Zealand from 3.15pm to 4pm at the Star Education Fair 2016 today.

“Many people may not be aware that graduates with New Zealand qualification are given a one-year post study work visa upon graduation,’’ he said.

He added that if they manage to find a job relevant to their qualifications within the duration of their post study work visa (Open), they will automatically be entitled to a post study work visa (employer assisted).

There are a whole range of talks to attend today, from Psychology - career of the future, Quantity surveying: nurturing construction professionals for digital revolution in the construction industry?, Career pathways with a law degree, Loan from PTPTN, Other Interesting Careers, Study and Work Overseas, and Engineering — at the stage area of Hall Four at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (see table).

Are you fascinated by the many celebrity chefs and cooking shows on TV and thinking of taking the same path?

Come listen to Sunway Le Cordon Bleu general manager Ming Rathswohl Ho speak on what it takes to be a global chef.

“Becoming a global chef is not an easy thing to do but as long as you are passionate about food, it is possible for those who put their minds to it,” she said.

Unitar Faculty of Architecture and Design lecturer Mohd Hafidz Rodzi said people may not be aware that possessing an art and design degree and portfolio is something of value.

“Malaysian designers are actually in demand overseas as they are able to provide fresh perspectives in regards to designing with a Southeast Asian twist,” he said. He will speak on “Prospects for Careers in Architecture and Design”.

First City University College Faculty of Design and Built Environment senior lecturer Arthur Liaw Ik Han will speak on “Graphic Design: Overview of Career Pathway”.

The automotive industry in Malaysia is “misunderstood” due to the many wrong perceptions about it, said TOC Automotive College founder and chief executive officer Adelaine Foo.

She said it was wrong to think that the automotive industry was occupied by low-salaried and unskilled male workers.

“Female workers in the industry get higher salaries than their male counterparts,” she said.

Meanwhile, University Malaysia of Computer Science and Engineering vice-chancellor Prof Datuk Dr Khairuddin Ab Hamid said many people were unaware that Information and Communications Technology (ICT) was a relevant field of study which offered great career prospects.

University of Southampton Malaysia Campus School of Electronics and Computer Science lecturer Lee Sze Sing will focus on emerging technologies and the importance of electrical and electronics engineering in a talk on “Electrical and Electronics for Renewable and Sustainable Future”.

Dr Tan Teng Hwang who is the head of the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at UCSI University’s Faculty of Engineering, Technology and Built Environment, will speak on “The Fundamental of Sensing Technology for Internet of Things (IoT) Applications”.

Today is the last day of the Star Education Fair 2016.

Check out what’s available and listen to the experts or ask any question, with more than 80 exhibitors taking up 200 booths.

There is a wealth of information available on certificate, foundation, diploma, vocational, degree and postgraduate courses as well as professional qualifications all under one roof.

The Star Education Fair will be held in Halls Four and Five of the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre from 10am to 6pm today.

Admission is free. For details, visit facebook.com/stareducationfair or call information counters four and five at 03 2333 2743 and 03 2333 2744 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.

GETTING to the Star Education Fair 2016 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre is now easier than ever.

Ride-booking service Uber is offering free rides to first-time users for up to a maximum fare of RM15 to the Star Education Fair. If the fare exceeds that amount, one just needs to pay the difference.

To enjoy the deal, simply key in the promo code STAREDUFAIRKL when booking your trips via the Uber app.

For existing Uber users, get 10% off two rides to the fair. To do so, the key in code is STAREDUKLCC.

Fare estimates on uberX to or from KL Convention Centre from nearby locations are as follows: from Mid Valley RM12 - RM17, KL Sentral RM9 - RM13, Taman Duta RM11 - RM16 and Low Yat Plaza RM4 - RM7.


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