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IT is a given that to be eligible for any scholarship, one has to be academically inclined. But what made Teoh Yun Xin stand out as a candidate for the inaugural YH2 Capital Scholarship last year was her indomitable spirit in the face of adversity.
PETALING JAYA: Outstanding Malaysian students who lack the financial means to study at Cambridge University in the United Kingdom will now have an opportunity to do so.
It is that time of the year where we reflect what this special day means to all of us. Historically speaking, Merdeka comes from the Sanskrit word ‘maharddhika’, which means ‘rich, prosperous and powerful’. Numerous interviews are conducted yearly to understand what Merdeka means to Malaysians. It can generally be summarised as ‘freedom through love and unity of our nation’.
EVERY effort counts. And in this ongoing battle against the Covid-19 pandemic, the effort to vaccinate all Malaysian residents – both local and foreign – is vital to protect society, save lives, and return some semblance of normalcy to the nation sooner rather than later.
IN a survey asking employers to identify institutions from which they source the most competent, innovative and effective graduates, Universiti Malaya (UM) has risen through the ranks to place 46th in the world.
TAYLOR’S University continues to bolster its overall reputation in global higher education with a repeat outstanding performance, as it leaped a further 47 spots to rank 332 in the QS World University Rankings 2022.
WITH an interest in physics, one can be involved in the medical field, as Umi Nabilah Ismail discovered as a Form Five student. It led to her studying medical physics at the tertiary level as an undergraduate and later, a master’s student.