INTI Pilots STEM Projects in Schools

Driven by New Economic Model (NEM) , Malaysia aims to create 1.3 million jobs in disciplines related to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) by 2020 . Therefore, there is an urgent need to create a thriving environment for young learners to be interested in STEM, especially while they still in the secondary school, as…

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Parents Experience Advanced Tech at INTI

INTI College Sabah (INTI) recently organised a Parents’ Appreciation Day in campus for parents and students of INTI’s Foundation & Diploma programmes for a one-day experience with INTI’s current innovative teaching and learning tool – the Blackboard Learning Management System (LMS). Dr Athanasia Nointin, INTI’s UH Head of Programme, presenting a brief overview of INTI’s…

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Achieving the Employability Dream

While in university, securing a first job can seem like a daunting task for many. For Kevin Tham and Natasia Loi, it proved an easy feat when they each went on to build successful careers for themselves respectively. The former INTI College Sabah (INTI) graduates share their current successes, along with their aspiring message for…

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Civil Engineering Students Visit Historical Cities of China

One of the many outcomes of the ancient Chinese civilisation is their civil engineering feats that still stand strong today, such as the Great Wall. In modern times, the Three Gorges Dam and the world’s longest sea-crossing bridge, the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge are both man-made wonders that show the prowess of China’s civil engineering talents….

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Living Differently-abled

Despite the many challenges Raffell Robert was presented with, the inspiring individual continues to beat the odds and demonstrate strength, courage, resilience and determination in all of his daily endeavours and interactions. The mature 22-year old shares his tales of his past experiences, future aspirations and academic successes, along with his living experiences as being…

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Nurturing Dreams in the Garden City

Singapore is still a favourite destination for Malaysians to work in. Unofficial statistics show that some 300,000 Malaysians commute daily from Johor to Singapore to work, while another 400,000 Malaysians work and live in Singapore. The foreign workforce in Singapore as of December 2018 is 1,386,000 , which means the number of Malaysians contributing to…

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Cultural Exchange and Academic Learning for Coventry University Students at INTI

It was an exciting moment for the students studying computing and computer science programmes in collaboration with Coventry University (CU) at INTI International College Penang (INTI), as they welcomed their counterparts and lectures from the United Kingdom. The students and lecturers from Coventry University (UK)are welcomed by Ms Hemalatha Murugiah (right), the Chief Executive of…

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Building Crucial Skill Sets for IR 4.0

While many countries are still comprehending how Industrial Revolution 4.0 (IR 4.0) could potentially impact their economies, it is necessary to prepare future talents who will know how best to modernise industrial capability, and transform the economy towards high-value manufacturing, through the adoption of computers and automation. Businesses will be further enhanced with smart and…

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New Education Partnership to Enable Graduate Readiness for the Fourth Industrial Revolution

INTI International University & Colleges has today signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Swinburne University of Technology, Australia, to offer quality, affordable Australian degree programmes to students studying in Malaysia. The signing ceremony was presided over by Mr Michael Growder, Acting High Commissioner, Australian High Commission to Malaysia, and Yang Berusaha Dr. Zubaidah binti Aman,…

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