Learning Physiotherapy Management for the Disabled

As 18 students crossed the Bay of Bengal for their study tour to Bengaluru, India, little did they know that they would experience a different side to physiotherapy – its applications for disabled communities.   (far right) Mr. Thirumalaya, INTI’s Head of Programme for Physiotherapy, and his students posing for a group photograph in India…

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Hype+ Club Lend Support to Various Penang Causes

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has become an integrated part of institutions of higher learning, as more education leaders realise that the ideology behind CSR guides their students and institutions to act ‘in an ethical and transparent way that contributes to the health and welfare of society’, according to ISO business standards. These standards provide an…

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TCM and Physiotherapy Students Give Back to Society

Health screening is now a more common sight in many public spaces, as Malaysians in general have become more conscious of their health. To provide easy access to health check-ups, students and academicians from the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences at INTI International University (INTI) recently embarked on an outreach programme in Melaka, and…

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BIM-ing the Way for World-Class Engineering and Construction Professionals

In a nutshell, Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a computer software for engineers, architects and quantity surveyors that projects technical drawings in 3D. In reality, BIM is capable of much more. Up to now, conventional building design was largely reliant upon two-dimensional technical drawings but with BIM, these drawings are augmented with multiple dimensions that…

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Enter The Dragon – INTI Studies How Dragon Babies Will Impact Malaysia

People born in the Year of the Dragon are often said to be smart, ambitious, passionate, and above all else, auspicious to their family. Believing in the blessings that Dragon babies bring to the family, Asian countries like Singapore, Hong Kong, China, and Malaysia have experienced spikes in birth rates during Dragon years, despite experiencing…

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Student Animal Whisperer At National Zoo

It was a heart-warming sight for many, as friends and teachers found animals naturally gravitating towards Muhammad Saad during INTI International College Kuala Lumpur’s (INTI) volunteering programme at Zoo Negara.   INTI’s volunteers along with Saad (second from right) clearing away trash from the animal’s den Muhammad Saad, the eldest sibling of three, moved to…

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INTI Hosts Year Long E.P.I.C. Conference to Celebrate Teachers

Continuing a long standing tradition of celebrating teachers in unique ways, INTI International University & Colleges is hosting a year-long nationwide Teachers’ Conference. Kick starting at its metropolitan campus in Subang, the first conference saw over 300 teachers representing schools across the Klang Valley who were inspired and thanked for their unrelenting pursuit to educate…

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Encouraging an Ideation Culture Among High Schoolers Through Dynamic Events

Engaging high school students in a variety of initiatives to enhance their community responsibility, environmental awareness and entrepreneurial abilities, INTI International University & Colleges recently organized a series of competitions to spark great ideas along the way.   Held in collaboration with a number of INTI’s industry partners, the events provided high school students across…

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High-flying Students Shine Through Drone Innovations

Drones have been around for almost as long as there have been aircrafts, from its initial creation being intended for military use only. With new advancements in technology, drones are now accessible to the general public and are gaining popularity for their multiple uses. It is now also possible to make cost-effective drones that serve…

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