Look for education, career opportunities at Star Education Fair 2022 and myStarJob Fair 2022

PETALING JAYA: Students, school leavers and jobseekers thronged the Star Education Fair 2022 and myStarJob Fair 2022 held at the Tropicana Gardens Mall Convention Centre on Saturday (Nov 12).

Crowds of people eager to look for education and career options began turning up when the door opened at 11am.

Business development executive Nurul Faqiha, who was among the first visitors of the day, liked that both fairs are held side-by-side at the exhibition centre.

"I'm looking to do a Masters programme abroad which will make me more competitive on the job market. At the same time, I would like to explore new career opportunities too," she said.

Student Karen Chia, who came with her friends, visited the Star Education Fair 2022 to learn more about study options after her Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia exam.

She was interested to discover the financial aids that are available for her to continue her studies.

Many top universities are gathered under one roof to offer prospective students scholarships and rebates.

Students can also learn more about their favourite courses from university representatives at the fair.

Visitors still stand a chance to win VIU vouchers, RM200 IKEA gift cards, The Star subscriptions and diving masks, among others.

Don’t miss out on the interesting talks happening today, such as “Currency Outlook & RHB Multi Currency Account/-i” from 3pm until 3.30pm and "How To Avoid Joining the Wrong Company For You" from 6pm until 6.30pm.

The Star Education Fair 2022 and myStarJob Fair 2022 are held from 11am to 7pm today and tomorrow at the Tropicana Gardens Mall Convention Centre.

For further details on the events, email edufair@thestar.com.my or visit facebook.com/stareducationfair.

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