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Local Youths Comically Wins the Day! Posted: 16 June 2011; Category: Campus TWO of The One Academy Illustration graduates recently won a place in the National Manga Competition, thanks to their doting lecturers who, before the graduation, submitted 10 students’ comic drawings to comic competition which was part of their Manga class assignment. The lecturers picked the best to give their students’ artwork a chance to be recognized widely.
KDU Team ‘Trois’ is First Runner Up in the 2011 L’Oreal Brandstorm Posted: 16 June 2011; Category: Campus PETALING JAYA, 13 June 2011 – When the idea of participating in the 2011 L’Oreal Brandstorm was first brought up by their PR lecturer, Doris Lim, KDU students, Elaine Jalleh, Ethan Wong & Josh Chuah, thought, “Why not?”
TAYLOR’S TAN SRI LOY MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDS RM3.5MILLION TO 781 HIGH ACHIEVERS Posted: 16 June 2011; Category: Campus
A total of 781 students at Taylor's College were recently recognized for their academic achievements in the SPM examination with the award of RM3.5 million worth of scholarships and bursaries in the Tan Sri Dato' (Dr) Loy Hean Heong Merit Scholarship Award Ceremony 2011.
KDU Snags Two Silver and Two Bronze Medals at the Hong Kong International Culinary Classics 2011 Posted: 09 June 2011; Category: Campus
PETALING JAYA, 18 May 2011 – Team Independent, the culinary competition team from KDU University College's School of Hospitality, Tourism & Culinary Arts made its way to the internationally-acclaimed Hong Kong International Culinary Classics (HKICC) 2011 in Hong Kong and came back with a victorious win for all four participants.
Maximum ACA credits for USM Bachelor of Accounting Posted: 09 June 2011; Category: Campus
PENANG, May 23 (Monday) – Ramanathan Thiagarajan, 24, who graduated in August last year from Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) with a Bachelor of Accounting (Hons) aspires to be the next 'Tony Fernandes' in 15 years' time.
Masterskill Education Group Bhd is optimistic of satisfactory results this year. There is three-pronged strategy of increasing student population, broadening courses and curriculum offerings as well as embarking on a campus expansion. Masterskill will be offering the Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Commerce programmes working with University of Newcastle to broaden the company’s appeal to a wider student base. On the other hand, Masterskill plans to strengthen its presence via its flagship campus in Bandar Baru Bangi. Currently, Masterskill has six campuses-in Selangor, Johor, Perak, Kelantan, Sabah and Sarawak. In addition, Masterskill also plans to expand our business to India and Indonesia. And Masterskill will expand its business via franchising model and is looking to countries like Pakistan and Bangladesh.
NST (Business Times) Published: 2011/06/02
Direct Articulation Route To The University of Wollongong For KDU Students Posted: 30 May 2011; Category: Campus PETALING JAYA, 18 May 2011 – Representatives from the University of Wollongong recently visited KDU University College to embark on a partnership that will see it providing direct articulation routes to KDU’s Foundation in Engineering, Foundation in Business, University of New South Wales (UNSW) Foundation and Australian Matriculation (AUSMAT) students.
Real World Insights Posted: 30 May 2011; Category: Campus The Taylor’s University Career and Employment Fair 2011 saw more than 60 established and reputable companies converging at the Taylor’s Lakeside Campus, to offer students an opportunity to explore internship and employment opportunities.
National and world achievement in ACCA Posted: 30 May 2011; Category: Campus In her quest for the British professional accountancy qualification, Rachel Lim Li Mae has added another feather to her cap by carving a national and world achievement in an ACCA paper.
PJCAD Students Unleash their Creativity in India’s Pink City Posted: 26 May 2011; Category: Campus Fashionistas of PJ College of Art & Design (PJCAD) were at it again, creating stunning outfits and heady news - this time well beyond Malaysian shores.