Proving their mettle

Several winners with Morris (back row, second from left) and Education Ministry Co-Curricular and Arts Division assistant director Muhammad Najib Ahmad (second from right) at the medal ceremony.

MALAYSIAN students won 84 gold medals at this year’s International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS 2016).

UNSW vice-president, Campus Life and Community Engagement Neil Morris presented the winners with their medals and congratulated them on their success and achievements at the medal ceremony last Saturday.

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