The University of Wollongong’s Sydney Business School (UOW-SBS), a Global Top 200 business school*, launched on Monday 28 October its first base in Southeast Asia in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, in a strategic partnership with INTI to meet the growing need for high quality postgraduate programmes by working professionals and to leverage on Malaysia’s position as a hub for Islamic finance.
INTI International College Penang (IICP) has joined forces with Motorola Solutions to promote innovative learning among local university and college students. As organizer and sponsor of MOTO Innocup 2013 respectively, IICP and Motorola Solutions have introduced a challenging intervarsity embedded system software competition to cultivate present and future generations of solution providers.
Cambridge A Level students across INTI’s campuses enjoyed an overall passing rate of 96 per cent, with 26 per cent of them scoring 3As and above and 12 percent achieving 4As and above in the May/June 2013 exam. The recently released results indicate that they have the right approach to excel in a challenging yet globally recognized pre-university examination.
Individual development and innovative learning are vital ingredients for graduate success at INTI College Sabah, where competitions such as ICS Hospitality Fiesta are organized to hone students’ practical abilities and equip them with the right attitude and skills to take on greater challenges and responsibilities.
INTI’s Haunted Mansion, with a host of students stalking its halls as the ‘undead’, proved to be a major attraction, drawing over 1,200 visitors in four days and raising RM20,000 for charity in the process. For the organisers, it was an exercise in individual development and innovative learning, as they had built the mansion from scratch and in working as a team, enhanced their leadership, analytical and inter-personal abilities.
It need not take a big budget to make a big impact. This was something that students of INTI International University (INTI IU)’s Mass Communication Club learned by organizing the thought-provoking ‘Before I Die’ project on campus. With simple tools like chalkboard paint and stencils, they created public space for people to reflect on their lives and share their personal aspirations.
Five INTI International College Subang students beat out over 10,000 youths from all over the world to be amongst the top 500 who qualified for the Global Startup Youth (GSY) – a high-intensity, action-packed, challenging yet fun-filled boot camp – where they will stand a chance to meet US Secretary of State John Kerry.
A family of five in an Orang Asli settlement in Hulu Langat, Selangor joyfully moved into a new house of bricks where their dwelling of bamboo once stood. Completed over a weekend by 15 students and staff of INTI International University (INTI IU), under the guidance of advisors from Habitat for Humanity Malaysia, the construction project was an innovative learning experience that also fostered individual development among the students.