INTI Showcases Students’ Vital Skillsets

To demonstrate the skillsets of its students in an advancing IR4.0 world, INTI College Sabah (INTI) organised its second “Youth Beyond Academic” public showcase featuring eight projects focusing on social consciousness and real industry problems. Held in Suria Sabah Shopping Mall, the public showcase was organised for members of the public, high school students, INTI’s…

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Changing Lives – One Movement at a Time

World Physical Therapy Day is observed annually on 8th September to generate awareness and also to commemorate the contributions made by physical therapists to help people improve their mobility, wellness and physical independence. The day was designated by the World Confederation for Physical Therapy and is observed by many member countries, including Malaysia. Ambusam Subramaniam…

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The Model Student

Attending college is a major threshold in life, as it marks the beginning of an adventure in a totally different environment from high school. As of 2017, there were 524,350 students that are enrolled in local private higher institutions in Malaysia . One of the most important aspects of college life is what students do…

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Building Entrepreneurial Dreams

Malaysian businesses generally enjoy a healthy competitive environment, especially small and medium enterprises (SME). However, the market continues to evolve to meet new competitive demands, especially with the rise of e-commerce. In a survey commissioned by SME Corp. Malaysia, 70.5% of the total respondents said that they utilise social media to promote their businesses and…

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INTI & IDC Whitepaper Reveals that Malaysia’s Future Workforce is Not IR 4.0 Ready

Industrial Revolution 4.0 (IR 4.0) is set to transform the workplace from task-based characteristics to human-centred characteristics, powered by artificial intelligence. An analysis by Bank Negara Malaysia reveals that Malaysia is classified as an adopter of IR 4.0 and while the nation’s digital transformation is leading in the region, Malaysia’s economy still lags behind notable…

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INTI Students Make a Difference in Cambodia

The country of Cambodia was witness to one of the worst genocides of the 20th Century. Under the Marxist leader Pol Pot, the Khmer Rouge forced millions of people from the cities to work on communal farms in the countryside. As a result, people died from execution, starvation, disease and overwork. Between 1975 to 1979…

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Discovering the Beauty in Learning

Since September 2013, all tertiary students in Malaysia are required to complete a set of Mata Pelajaran Pengajian Umum (MPU) subjects . MPU is designed by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) to enhance students’ knowledge and to nurture skills beyond academic disciplines and includes modules on soft skills, the history of Malaysia and community service….

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