INTI Students Get a Feel for the Real World of Design Through WWF Collaboration

Students from INTI’s Centre for Art and Design (ICAD) recently had the opportunity to collaborate with WWF-Malaysia on an ambient design and enhancement project for the organization’s office located in Petaling Jaya. The project which commenced in August 2016, saw over 50 students and six lecturers from ICAD create visual communication for the lobby, meeting…

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Malaysian Inventor “D.U.M.B.S” students at Business Week

It was an exploration of innovative ideas as Malaysian inventor, innovator and entrepreneur, Robest Yong, met over 100 students from INTI International College Kuala Lumpur (INTI) during INTI’s Business Week.   Robest Yong (center) with several INTI International College Kuala Lumpur students and staff posing for a group photograph The 1994 Malaysia National Inventor award…

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INTI Students Share Love Letter to Tun M

With the wave of positive change that has transpired since Malaysians cast their votes during the 14th General Election, the voices of Malaysian youth have steadily grown louder, bolder and stronger. Sharing their hopes for a new and better Malaysia, students from INTI International College Subang (INTI) recently conveyed their personal views and aspirations through…

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INTI Lecturer Flaunts Design Flair Beyond the Classroom

Akin to the excitement of a child in a playground, INTI’s Centre for Art and Design (ICAD) lecturer, Mohd Sufi Ismail, was over the moon and let his imagination run free as he stylistically revamped a section of IKEA Damansara’s showroom with his own personal flair. Setting the scene for the showroom which drew inspiration…

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Students Wow Industry Judges with Design Thinking Innovations

As modern civilisation enters Industry 4.0, it also signifies the end of cookie-cutter solutions to solve existing problems. With new cutting-edge technologies and innovative tools created at an astounding pace, challenges can be solved through faster and smarter means, and sometimes even through solutions that save cost. No time to vacuum the house? There is…

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A Memorable “Edventure” for 190 Underprivileged Primary School Children

Squeals of laughter from young children were heard throughout the grounds of INTI International University (IIU) in Nilai recently when 190 primary school students from 13 schools in Negeri Sembilan were taken to the campus to discover fun and exciting ways to learn English and Science.   In doing their bid for their community, students…

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Unique Oxford Traditions Experienced Through a Malaysian’s Lens

For students around the world, acceptance into the “Oxbridge” universities represent the pinnacle of academic excellence. Beyond the academic prestige these universities are often recognised for, however, very little is known about their eccentric university cultures.   Kharthik, dressed in full sub fusc at the University of Oxford Kharthik Chakravarthy, a Cambridge A-Level alumnus from…

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New Stem Lab Set to Nurture Next Generation of Professionals in the North

Secondary school students from Penang and the Northern region will soon be able to explore and dive into the exciting world of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), thanks to the combined efforts of Motorola Solutions Foundation and INTI International College Penang (INTI) in launching a new STEM Lab at INTI.   As an effort…

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Local Student Wins Coveted High Achievers Scholarship

It was a dream come true for Boon Kean Hoe when he found out that he had won the coveted High Achievers Scholarship to further his studies at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia – giving him the opportunity to follow his education dreams and ease his family’s financial commitments in sending him…

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Gender Equality Game by Penang Students Wins Regional App Award

A team of five students from INTI International College Penang (INTI) were named as winners of Code-a-Thon, a learning-intensive hackathon organised by Code for Asia Singapore. The regional event was held among students from secondary schools, colleges and universities, as well as experienced coders from across the ASEAN region, including Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia.  …

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