Subang Jaya â€“ Olympic athletes, scientists, entrepreneurs; varied fields with one thing in common â€“ the belief in achieving beyond expectations. This constant need to challenge ourselves is one of the reasons individuals strive to create new benchmarks and records.
A lifeline to higher education has been extended to 450 INTI International College Penang (IICP) students through INTI scholarships to the tune of RM1.8 million.
President Bill Clinton, Honorary Chancellor of the Laureate International Universities network, described graduation as the day when you enter the world with the potential to effect positive!
Immersing themselves in a fun-filled learning environment created by one of Malaysia’s top graduate employers, a group of INTI Education Group students quickly learned the fundamentals of excelling in the competitive job market.
Pre-University and Foundation Studies, which has grown by a remarkable 40% in terms of student enrolment across INTI this year, is set for further expansion with the introduction of Centres of Excellence at INTI’s campuses.
Shades of red ranging from the crimson of blood to the scarlet of flames coloured the creations of PJ College of Art & Design (PJCAD)’s Fashion Design students in a spell-binding display named The Day of God’s Wrath.
With tourist arrivals at 23.6 million last year – an increase of 18 million since 1998 – Malaysia has swiftly risen to become one of the Top 10 international tourist destinations in 2009!