SEGI JOINS HANDS WITH NATIONAL SPORTS COUNCIL MALAYSIA TO SUPPORT LOCAL ATHLETICSFebruary 1, 2021 | Campus News
SEGi College Kuala Lumpur (SEGi) recently joined hands with the National Sports Council (“Majlis Sukan Negara” or MSN) Malaysia to work together on a collaborative education pathway for athletes, coaches and staff of MSN.
Present to formalise the collaboration was Mr. Sri Jaiandran A/L Munusamy, Chief Executive of SEGi College Kuala Lumpur and Dato' Ahmad Shapawi Bin Ismail, Director of Majlis Sukan Negara. The signing ceremony which was held at the Ministry of Youth and Sports Malaysia was witness by Ms Stella Lau, CEO, SEGi Group of Colleges and Yang Berhormat Dato' Sri Reezal Merican Naina Merican, Minister of Youth and Sports Malaysia.
“We understand that athletics and those involve formally in the sports scene has limited time to pursue their further education. To address this gap, SEGi will work on accommodate students from MSN as far as possible in SEGi activities and programmes. We are looking to offer diploma and degree programmes with flexible study durations to potential athlete students of MSN based on their chosen field of study,” said Mr. Sri Jaiandran, Chief Executive of SEGi College Kuala Lumpur.
“We are very proud to have two national athletics currently studying with us. SEGi has a proud tradition of enriching students with the best skills and knowledge, enabling thousands of graduates to successfully obtain a tertiary or a professional qualification. We strive to bring out the best in our students through innovative programmes, affordable pricing, flexible class schedules and strategic partnerships for student loans,” he further added.
“At MSN, we strive to ensure high achieve sports development programme runs coherently, systematically and effectively at all levels. This partnership with SEGi will further support our vision in developing a team of all-rounded world-class athletics who will make our country, Malaysia proud by bringing our sporting scene to the next level,” Dato' Ahmad Shapawi Bin Ismail, Director of Majlis Sukan Negara.