Terengganu initiative for high achievers


Dr Ahmad Samsuri (middle) shares a light moment with the recipients of the Terengganu Degree Award 2018.

SHE had her heart set on studying health sciences as she wanted to contribute to the medical field.

However, things didn’t go according to plan when Amynina Nabila Mohd Azhar was offered a degree in Electronic Physics and Instrumentation through the centralised university unit (UPU).

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