A Role “Model” for Blended Learning

With the advent of the digital age, blended learning is identified in the Malaysia Education Blueprint 2015-2025 (Higher Education) as a way of widening higher education participation and to offer more personalised learning experiences to all students . Blended learning is better able to engage and motivate today’s digitally savvy generation of students, which then…

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Making a Difference in Incredible India

Two groups of students and academicians from INTI’s Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, comprising of Physiotherapy, Biotechnology and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) recently made a trip to India to contribute their support and services to underprivileged members of the community, and to gain international, hands on learning experiences. 18 Biotechnology and Physiotherapy students were…

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Empowering Future Designers for Opportunities in the 21st Century

While technology’s impact to business and manufacturing have dominated most conversations, Industrial Revolution 4.0 (IR 4.0) is also making its mark in the world of design, shifting the roles and competencies of designers to mean more than just layouts and logos. The emergence of new and easily available technologies has blurred the lines between the…

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Endowing Students with an Integrated Learning Approach

Millennials and Generation Z will soon make up majority of the workforce. Endowed with their own quirks and the advantages of growing up amid rapid technological evolution, this new generation of professionals have begun inspiring meaningful ideas across numerous industries and companies that will revolutionise the future of work as we know it1. Students from…

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INTI College Sabah Receives Industry Awards

In recognition of the institution’s industry-relevant and innovative student curriculum, INTI College Sabah (INTI) received two awards presented by industry leaders and Sabah’s Deputy Chief Minister and State Minister of Trade and Industry, YB Datuk Seri Panglima Wilfred Madius Tangau. Deputy Chief Minister and State Minister of Trade and Industry, YB Datuk Seri Panglima Wilfred…

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Preparing Women for STEM in IR4.0

As technologies in the STEM industry evolve through the influence of IR 4.0, there is a greater need for equal gender representation in STEM to ensure the long-term effectiveness and safety of technological advancements. While INTI International University & Colleges (INTI) has committed to equipping its graduates for IR4.0, the institution has also taken strides…

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Upcoming National Scientist Started Off from INTI

Creativity is the essence of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education, and often involves consolidating one’s experiences across different fields. In 2016, the World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs report highlighted that by 2020 talents needed to demonstrate cross-functional competencies and have technical, social and analytical skills to thrive in a digital era ….

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INTI Announces Collaboration with Automation Anywhere to Prepare the Next-Gen Workforce for the Future of Automation

INTI yesterday announced that it has signed an agreement with global robotic process automation (RPA) leader, Automation Anywhere, to train students and faculty on the development of software robots (bots) and the use of intelligent automation. The collaboration, leveraging the expertise of Automation Anywhere University, is the first of its kind in Malaysia to prepare…

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