Ambitious Crystal Ting Pursues Bachelors Degree Online as She Flies

A study released by Randstad Work Monitor in 2017 revealed that 96% of employees in Malaysia believe that it is their own responsibility to keep on learning, in order to remain relevant and gain a competitive edge in today’s workplace. In supporting this, online courses that offer employees with flexible options were found to be…

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Then and Now: The Impact of American Education on Malaysians

With the recent inauguration of President Donald Trump earlier this year, conversations and debates have sparked worldwide interest surrounding Trump’s domestic and foreign policies – including policies on education and immigration. From influences on campus sexual misconduct policies to increasing border security , this direction unquestionably impacts both the lives of Americans and non-Americans alike….

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INTI Dubbed as Stem Talents Incubator by Receiving Motorola Solutions Foundations Global Grant Award

With its ongoing efforts in motivating and inspiring students to excel in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education, INTI International College Penang (INTI) has once again been selected by Motorola Solutions Foundation, as one of the recipients of its international grant awarded in year 2018.   Michael Loh (3rd from left), the Director of…

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China-Malaysia Bilateral Relations Crucial to Local Education Sector

How INTI International University & Colleges have been enjoying close bilateral relations with China and how it impacts the local education sector   (Left to Right) INTI International University’s Vice Chancellor Dr Joseph Lee posses with the signed Article of Association with Alibaba Group Vice President Brian Wong. For many years, Malaysia has been committed…

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Sawadikap, Sustainable Energy!

Students from INTI International University’s Faculty of Engineering and Quantity Surveying embarked on a journey to Bangkok to discover the sights, sounds and unique methods of sustainable energy that can be replicated in Malaysia.   Mention “Bangkok” to any Malaysian and the first images that will come to mind are its array of amazing food,…

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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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