STUDENTS from Limkokwing University of Creative Technology’s Faculty of Multimedia and Creativity showcased their final year projects during the GAMEX exhibition held last week at the Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre.
The exhibition provided an important opportunity for students to showcase skills they have acquired throughout the duration of their programme to their parents, industry/potential employers, friends and the public.
About 60 multidisciplinary projects were on display for students who completed the Bachelor of Arts and Diploma in Multimedia Creativity. These included the Bachelor of Arts in Creative Multimedia, Animation, Games Art Development and Games Design as well as Diploma in Interactive Multimedia, Games Art and Animation & Multimedia Design.
Fatima Hajjar from Syria, who is studying a Bachelor of Arts in Animation acknowledged that she saw substantial growth as a Limkokwing final year student.
She said her project “The Box of Hope” showcased the struggles happening in her country and the hope in the people’s hearts.
“It was a dream for me to come and study at Limkokwing University of Creative Technology.
“It has provided me with a quality education, and inspired me to pursue my dreams and excel in life,” she said.
For Atikha Amjad from Pakistan, every semester had something new to offer.
Studying at the university has not only opened several doors and opportunities for her, she added.
“It boosted my confidence and prepared me for the real-world.
“I have seen many positive changes in myself and I will never forget the experience I had here,” said Atikha, adding that she planned to pursue a master’s degree in multimedia.