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Education

Session exposes students to poetry

THE Department of Languages at HELP University recently hosted a guest speaker, Dr Malachi Edwin Vethamani, who is known as a poet, writer and professor of English Literature in the Malaysian literary world.

Metro News

Climbing route built at picturesque hillside

JERANTUT: Youths in Kampung Paya Gunung here and its neighbouring villages will benefit from activities generated from the via ferrata (climbing route) installed into the hillside here.

News

An education in branding

MOHD Fadzil Hashim, 41, may not be an educator by training but he has plenty of faith in the services he offers at his private education centre.

Education

Pathways for students

AFTER hobbits, orcs and elves, New Zealand now welcomes international students by setting up numerous initiatives to aid their passage to higher education.

Education

New visa for students

NEW Zealand is trialling a new type of visa for international students that makes it simpler to progress from one programme of study to another.

Other Sport

Petanque player Nurul Atiqah can’t wait to get going

PETALING JAYA: National petanque player Nurul Atiqah Abu Talib is a girl in a hurry. She can’t wait for the Singapore SEA Games to start.

Education

On-the-job training in tourism sector

MALAYSIAN scholarship students will receive on-the-job training with New Zealand adventure tourism operators, as part of a new education partnership between Malaysia and New Zealand to develop the island of Langkawi into Malaysia’s adventure tourism centre.

Community

Dedicated to excellence

IF YOU are a student who just got your SPM results, and in a quandary about what to do next, consider Sentral College Penang for your higher education.

AseanPlus News

Cabbies sign up for English language programme

WITH his S$1,400 (RM3,579) salary as a delivery driver barely sufficient to cover his mortgage, household expenses and school fees for his two teenage children, Teng Khoon Hai decided to become a cabbie six months ago.

Education

Work rights extended to international students in NZ

THE New Zealand government has announced that more international students will be allowed to work while they study in New Zealand.