Malaysian Undergraduates Win Big at International Physiotherapy Conference in Europe

12 undergraduate physiotherapy students from INTI International University recently represented Malaysia at the 25th International Disabled People’s Day Conference in Zgorzelec, Poland. With the theme “Life Without Pain, Healthy Children – Healthy Europe” and accompanied by the Head of Programme for Physiotherapy at INTI International University, Mr Thirumalaya Balaraman, the students presented their research to…

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Highly Experienced Lecturers Leverage Technology to Win the Hearts of Next Generation of Learners

Analytical research Student perspectives on teaching quality in 2015 found that students pursuing their tertiary education regard in-depth knowledge as the most important quality in a university lecturer. Highly experienced faculty are undoubtedly the most valuable assets to an institution and often, the qualifications of university lecturers impact students’ decisions about where to study ….

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Lecturers Help Students Stage a Stunning Turnaround

May 16th is a special day when we pay tribute to our teachers, and thank them for developing us into what we are today. For students who have struggled with their academic performance more than others but ultimately made a major breakthrough with the help of their teachers, the feelings of gratitude often tend to…

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Addresing IR4.0 Career Realities Among Youth

While the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR4.0) promises unprecedented technological advancement that will facilitate the growth of businesses globally, the impact that smart and autonomous processes will have on human talent cannot be denied. In 2018, a study by Cisco and Oxford Economics found that new technology could displace close to 28 million jobs in ASEAN…

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Juggling Multiple Roles as a Working Mom-student with Flexi Learning

Seeing someone starting their diploma studies at the age of forty-two might be shocking for some, but you would have a deeper respect for her when you start realising that she isn’t only taking up an additional role as a student – but juggling multiple roles as a part-time working mom-student!  “We both bonded from…

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Meet the Inspirational Woman from INTI

Dr. Athanasia Nointin presently heads INTI College Sabah’s (INTI) School of Degree Programmes and is a driving force for many. As one of the leading ladies at INTI, this inspirational individual shares her journey, motivations and success on how she achieved academic excellence and currently influences change in the organization, making it into the institution…

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Dedicated Maths Lecturers Propel Students Towards Reaching Global Standards

While academicians recognise that STEM learning is crucial, as the world moves towards a knowledge-based economy, the last letter ‘M’ of ‘STEM’ which stands for ‘Mathematics’ is often regarded as the most vital component within ‘Science’, ‘Technology’ and ‘Engineering’ . When embarking into any discipline of STEM, students need a strong foundation in mathematics to…

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INTI’s Lighthouse Project – Watching Leadership in Action

About 200 students from INTI International University (INTI), along with students from other higher education institutions in Nilai and the Klang Valley area recently gathered at INTI to listen to 10 acclaimed thought leaders from various industries and communities on their perspectives and key learnings from their personal and professional lives. The thought leaders included…

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The Road Less Travelled

Making the decision to pursue private higher education is a big leap, but it did not stop Muhammad Zhafran bin Mohd Aris and Ahnaf Syahmi Aszemi from taking the step forward and entering a private higher education institution, namely INTI International University in Nilai, Negeri Sembilan to pursue the Bachelor of Biotechnology (Hons) programme under…

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