Traditional Chinese Medicine Gaining Popularity Among Malay Students

With traditional Chinese medicine gaining popularity around the world, so has interest among local students. Though Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) programmes have a predominantly Chinese student population, the ancient craft is now seeing enrollment from students of other races. INTI International University Bachelor in Traditional Chinese Medicine student, Wan Amirah Aminah Wan Mohd Nizam (front), …

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Alternative Grading and Assessment to Support Learning Continuity

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected every aspect of human life, including studies and examinations at every level. On 23rd March 2020, in protecting the safety of students worldwide who had registered for the May/June 2020 series of the Cambridge A-Level Examinations, Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) announced that they would put these as well as …

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Weathering the Cybercrime Wave

“Cybercriminals have already been on the go since the World Health Organisation (WHO) announced COVID-19 as a pandemic. These cybercriminals are exploiting public fear and the pandemic’s uncertainty to map out their phishing attacks. Currently, we are seeing various kinds of phishing e-mails with malware titled ‘Covid-19 Cure’ and ‘Latest Covid-19 alert’ entrapping general computer …

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Job Security Guaranteed While Fighting the Global Crisis

There is always a silver lining in every situation. While the employment market may look bleak at the moment, INTI International University & Colleges’ alumni, Lucas Yeoh, Munishvaraan Jayabalan, and Brian Ng are currently ahead of the game at their respective career pathways. Lucas Yeoh, a Bachelor of Business (Hons) in Finance programme graduate from …

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