Students from the UOL programme and the ANU-Student Mobility Programme recently attended a talk, “China and the One Belt, One Road Initiative” by Dr Cheong Kee Cheok, a Research Associate at the Asia-Europe Institute (AEI), University of Malaya.
Syed Adam Emir Putra is an 18-year-old fencing sports athlete from Kuala Lumpur. He is also a HELP University student studying for his Edexcel A-Levels. He took up fencing since he was nine, having followed in the footsteps of his brother, who was a national fencer, and after watching Star Wars.
It was indeed a wonderful surprise for HELP students Nicole Kiew, Max Yong and James Lau when they won the grand prize of RM 5,000 for their Best Idea Award for the SOS Challenge under the Tune Group of Companies.
As the quality of education in Malaysia continues to evolve and advance, the quality of teachers must also grow and develop alongside it. Gone were the days when a general undergraduate degree was sufficient for an educator, especially for those working in the private sector.
With more than 17,000 students from all over the world, state-of-the-art facilities and teaching excellence, Dr Elliot Pirie, Academic Strategic Lead and Programme Leader of Robert Gordon University (RGU) and the Faculty of Communication, invite you to a short academic briefing and scholarship opportunities of continuing your education in RGU.
Seventy-five new SASA scholars were welcomed into the HELP University fraternity today in a ceremony attended by their parents, heads of departments, current SASA scholars and HELP Vice Chancellor and President Professor Datuk Dr Paul Chan.
Chloe Low Whye Kwan | Bachelor of Communication (Hons) Media Studies Dankook University, Korean Immersion Programme (KIP)
Spending almost a month in South Korea as a student exchange in Dankook University was one of the most memorable and exciting journeys I have had. I am very thankful that I was given this amazing opportunity to study in South Korea. I was able to experience life as a student there and to learn the language, cultures and lifestyles.
Farahia Jaszlin Jasni | Bachelor of Psychology (Hons) Dankook University, Korean Immersion Programme (KIP)
“아, 이제 진짜로 끝이야…” (Ah- this is really the end) was what I said to myself when my one-month trip to Korea was about to end and the reality of going back home to Malaysia was starting to hit. Having the opportunity to study in Korea for a month was something I will always be grateful for, as I have gained and made so many colourful memories with new friends.
Yohania Premita Gultom | Bachelor of Early Childhood Education Dankook University, Korean Immersion Programme (KIP)
When I received the email confirming that I got the scholarship to attend Dankook University’s International Summer School, I was overwhelmed by excitement. That happened roughly three months before my departure and I have always been that person whom everyone turned to when anything about Korea is mentioned in class.
As a K-pop fan and the daughter of a K-drama fan, I have always been interested in Korean culture. My summer exchange experience with Kyungsung University in Busan, Korea has been an eye-opening one because I got to know and experience the ‘real’ Korea and not like the one displayed in dramas. I got to learn about Korean, visit traditional places and also experience the life of a student in Korea.