Students of INTI International College Subang (IICS) won the Champions trophy at the 4th Asean Heritage Food Trail by captivated the taste buds of international gourmet judges with their delightful rendition of a local dish.
Industry-specific curriculum incorporating SAP and SUSE Linux and exposure to employer projects, along with 16 weeks of internship and access to vast international resources for innovative learning, make INTI’s students highly prepared for the challenging world of Information Technology.
When top JPA scholars like Kharthik Chakravarthy and Tania Loke chose to complete the Cambridge A Level and New South Wales High School Certificate (NSW HSC) programmes respectively at INTI International College Penang (IICP), it spoke volumes of the quality of the college’s pre-university courses.
Impressive new facilities and resources that will greatly enhance the learning experience of students will greet those enrolling for the new semester at INTI International College Subang (IICS) in January 2013.
Providing a Master of International Business (MIB) study option at INTI International College Subang (IICS), where the graduate employability rate stands at 96%, is one of the many efforts by INTI to prepare its students for success in industry and the global business arena.
Malaysia’s resilience in the face of economic downturn has drawn many who are keen to learn about its success, including 23 MBA scholars from Stamford International University (STIU) in Thailand who recently visited INTI International University (INTI IU) in Putra Nilai.
From Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti (NABA) and Domus Academy in Milan to the Pearl Academy in India, to BTK Group in Germany, and to Media Design School (MDS) in New Zealand, PJ College of Art & Design (PJCAD)…
The frequent flooding of Kampung Baru, and the hardship it brings to residents of the heritage village in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, may soon be things of the past thanks to the creativity and innovativeness of students.
Five of the region’s leading educational institutions, including INTI International University and Colleges (INTI) and University of Wollongong (UOW), have been awarded a grant of AUD 220,000 (RM 703,214) to research on transnational co-teaching.