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Send entries for art contest

PETRON is accepting entries for Vision Petron 2018. Its theme is “Rediscovering Culture”.

Reaching out over coffee

KDU University College recently hosted an event by KDU International Student Ambassador (KISA) called International Coffee Hour.

A group of local and international students get to know each other better through the International Coffee Hour at KDU’s Caf 87.

Taking on medicine

MEDxUM is organising a conference with the theme, “High School, Med School, What’s Next?” for pre, current and post medical students.

Turning real issues into reel ones

The latest NiE contest challenges students to create movie posters inspired by news.

NiE editorial manager Sharon Ovinis (back row, sixth from right) with workshop participants who won freebies from RWG during a pop-quiz conducted by the company’s communications and public relations assistant manager Irene Chua.

Selecting deserving candidates

SIFTING through 3,000 scholarship applications is no easy feat for panel members who spent this week shortlisting candidates who applied for the Star Education Fund.

Prepare to evolve, adapt to needs

Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh speaks on the initiatives taken to ensure all stakeholders are ready to meet the challenges.

Idris (front row, third from right) with the speakers and participants of a conference, doing the “Soaring Upwards” wave. It is the ministry’s tagline and used to portray Malaysia’s higher education landscape that is progressively improving. — File photo

Creating chances to learn

THE HIGHER Education Ministry has launched the Framing Malaysian Higher Education 4.0: Future-proof Talents book to meet the unknown demands of the fourth industrial revolution.

School’s wind orchestra aiming for gold

KUANTAN: The boys and girls of the SMJK Hwa Lian wind orchestra are aiming to bag the gold award at the 2018 International Wind Band Competition in Taipei, Taiwan on Aug 3.

The orchestra during a practice session.

RM44bil in government scholarship given out under Najib's leadership

Higher education students can apply for government scholarship for pre-university, degree and postgraduate programmes.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak with Mara students at an event in Parit, Perak, last year. Under Budget 2018, the Government allocated a scholarship fund of RM2.5bil to Mara. –Photo by Bernama

LBS Bina Group steps up yet again

PETALING JAYA: As a businessman leading a property development company, Tan Sri Lim Hock San knows very well that he has to master English and Chinese in order to excel in his industry.

Nurturing the young: Lim (sixth from left) presenting the mock cheque to Goh (on Lim’s left) at SJK (C) Tun Tan Siew Sin. With them are Lim’s wife Karen (fifth from left), Chye Hoon (sixth from right), teachers and pupils with their copies of Step Up.