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BUILD bridges, break boundaries – this is the challenge of the newly-launched MBA programme by Xiamen University Malaysia, the first Malaysian campus of China’s top-ranking university.
JOHOR BARU: Most landfills in Johor are severely overloaded and could be shut down at any time, says Tan Hong Pin.
NUSAJAYA: First year student Kudzayi Taruwoma was a little anxious when she first arrived in Malaysia but as she stepped into University of Reading Malaysia’s (UoRM) campus, she felt almost immediately at ease.
SCHOOL leavers after SPM have one daunting prospect they all have to face — for the majority, for once in their entire life, they have to make a decision that will affect the outcome of their future and live with it for the rest of their lives.
THE National Kidney Foundation (NKF) organised the NKF Open Day to mark World Kidney Day 2019 which promoted “Kidney Health for Everyone Everywhere”.
MANY students aspire to obtain a reputable academic qualification from the world’s best universities. But the thought of having to spend so much on exorbitant tuition fees, cost of living and others, such as being away from loved ones for a long time are some of the factors that may impede one’s dream.
STUDENTS spend at least three years in university pursuing an undergraduate degree, so it is important that they make the most of their time.
WAKING up with a sudden stiff neck, administration executive Sharon Kheoh almost cancelled her visit to Star Health Expo 2019.
THE Foundation in Business (FIB) offered at the University of Reading Malaysia, the international branch campus of the University of Reading in the UK, provides students with multiple pathways and options towards an undergraduate degree. Aimed primarily at SPM holders, there are two intakes of FIB each year, in April and September.
THE economist Thomas Sowell said: “Life does not ask what we want. It presents us with options.” After completing the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM), young people are often faced with a myriad of options with regards to their next steps and choosing among these options could be a daunting task. As making the right choices today will have far reaching implications on future success and happiness, the question on the minds of parents is how can they support their children frame their academic and career options to make the right choices that will lead to achieving their full potential, be successful and lead a balanced life. And how can they help them avoid the high emotional and financial cost of making the wrong choice?