Inspiring Lifelong Learning Among 21st Century Professionals

Amid conversations surrounding the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the capability of employees to remain relevant in an era of globalisation and digitalisation is an increasing concern. With 43% of Malaysian employees feeling the threat of potentially losing their jobs to technology , the urgent need for upskilling and reskilling is taking centre stage among Malaysia’s volatile…

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IR 4.0 Made in China

To experience winter and to witness how China is embracing the Fourth Industrial Revolution were part of the reasons why 31 students from INTI International University (INTI) recently participated in a study tour to Shanghai and Hangzhou. The students also had the opportunity to build closer relationships and exchange views as they were all from…

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Students Raise Funds for Hospital’s Dialysis Center

As part of their class assignment, a group of inspired students from INTI College Sabah (INTI) decided to gather together and collaboratively raise funds for the expansion of the dialysis centre in Hospital Keningau. INTI College Sabah’s students (front row) spearheaded the fundraising initiative for Hospital Keningau’s dialysis centre These nurturing leaders of tomorrow from…

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Another Feat for INTI Penang’s A Level Programme

It was an awe-inspiring day for INTI International College Penang (INTI) when 81.8% of its candidates for the Cambridge International Advanced Levels (A Level) October/November 2018 Examinations achieved straight ‘A*(A stars) and ‘As’, when the results were released early in January 2019. Leow Jit Riang, 4 ‘A*’ s scorer for Cambridge International Advanced Levels (A…

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Malaysian Female Gamers “Dive” into E-sports Competition

Globally, nearly 50% of gamers are women. While this number is a positive indicator of increasing gender parity within the e-sports industry, female participation in professional competitions and female representation in the approximately one billion-dollar industry’s decision-making roles, are estimated to be at only five percent . Shanice Choo Xin Ru, along with her five…

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INTI Fashion Design Students Grab the “Chance” to Shine

Thanks to the power of social media, Malaysia’s fashion industry has been gaining recognition locally and internationally in recent years. Another reason for the growth is that the younger generation, also known as Generation Z or Gen Zs, are embracing unique careers. In a 2015 survey commissioned by INTI International University & Colleges (INTI), it…

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New Year, New Postures: Preventing “Text Neck” and Lower Back Pains

In ushering in the new year, many of us will have found ourselves developing new year’s resolutions, be they for improved health, financial stability, or even a better work/life balance. However, given our increased dependency on technological devices in recent times, how many of us are looking into developing correct postures as our resolution? Lin…

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Inspiring STEM Learning at Penang International Science Fair

In promoting and sparking interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) learning among primary, secondary and tertiary level students, and to instil in the mind of young learners the culture of innovation and entrepreneurship, students and lecturers at INTI International College Penang (INTI) set up science and engineering workshops at the signature Penang International…

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Caprice Inspires Youth at INTI

Caprice, a locally renowned rapper turned technopreneur, recently visited INTI International College Subang (INTI) to provide a motivational talk to youths from the college as well as its partner schools and the public.   (from left to right) Mohd Khairul Irwan Mansor, INTI’s Head of Programme from the School of Business and Communication; Caprice (real…

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