Pilot Microsoft Boot Camp a Success

23 students undertaking the Bachelor of Commerce programme from the University of Wollongong Australia at INTI International College Subang spent a memorable weekend together with instructors from Microsoft Malaysia to learn how to fully utilise applications and tools by Microsoft to create better assignments for their projects and eventually, to have additional skillsets to include…

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Industry Leaders Honoured at 4th Annual INTI Industry Partners Appreciation Dinner

More than 350 industry leaders were honoured at the 4th Annual Industry Partners Appreciation Dinner, organised by INTI International University & Colleges. With C-suite and senior leaders from various organisations in attendance, the event celebrated industry-academic partnerships which have been instrumental to INTI’s outstanding graduate employment outcomes.   Tan Lin Nah, Chief Operating Officer of…

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The Journey of an Aspiring Technopreneur

In a world of rapid digitalisation, we depend heavily on technological tools such as computers and smartphones. Even shopping can be done online, without needing to leave the comforts of home. With 19 million online users, Malaysians are definitely no strangers to the internet. According to Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), Malaysian consumers are shopaholics,…

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INTI Penang’s Chamber Choir Sings for Charity

Besides striving to empower academic excellence among students, 21st century academicians are often tasked to discover and groom talents and good qualities among today’s younger generation. As Noah Webster, the great American lexicographer and educator once said, “The virtues of men are of more consequence to society than their abilities; and for this reason, the…

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INTI’s Chief Academic Officer Wins Blackboard Catalyst Award

Dr Malini Eliatamby, Chief Academic Officer, INTI International University & Colleges, was named among the winners of the 2018 Blackboard Catalyst Awards in Asia for Leading Change. The award ceremony, which honours institutions who are at the forefront of educational innovation, took place at Blackboard’s annual Teaching and Learning Conference in Singapore on 9th October…

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Improving Efficiencies in the Construction Industry With New IT Software

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a collaborative way of working which provides teams involved in a construction project with accessible, accurate data. BIM can promote better communication, greater efficiency, cost savings and reduced risk. The Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB) has advocated its use since 2014. However, in a survey conducted by CIDB, challenges…

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Ambitious Crystal Ting Pursues Bachelors Degree Online as She Flies

A study released by Randstad Work Monitor in 2017 revealed that 96% of employees in Malaysia believe that it is their own responsibility to keep on learning, in order to remain relevant and gain a competitive edge in today’s workplace. In supporting this, online courses that offer employees with flexible options were found to be…

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Then and Now: The Impact of American Education on Malaysians

With the recent inauguration of President Donald Trump earlier this year, conversations and debates have sparked worldwide interest surrounding Trump’s domestic and foreign policies – including policies on education and immigration. From influences on campus sexual misconduct policies to increasing border security , this direction unquestionably impacts both the lives of Americans and non-Americans alike….

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