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2014年台湾高等教育展-吉隆坡场次 台高教展热闹非凡

July 22nd, 2014 11 次浏览 发表留言
2014年台湾高等教育展-吉隆坡场次 台高教展热闹非凡

台湾高教展人潮众多。 图/胡咏婷

文/胡咏婷

今年台湾高等教育展首站在吉隆坡太子世界贸易展览馆举办,活动为期两天,共有100所大专院校参与,包括综合大学、科技大学、医药大学、传播大学和艺术大学等,提供给马来西亚子弟更多元的升学选择。

当天会场人山人海,宛如嘉年华会,现场各大专院校纷纷使出浑身解数吸引学生。有的穿布偶装大声喊口号吸引学生的、有的摆放台湾美食在摊位给学生品尝、有的在摊位前发招生传单和赠品,像是:精美原子笔、魔术道具、面膜、徽章等。海外联招会还设计大学巡礼活动,学生到32个参展单位咨询就可获得戳章,集满32个能兑换教育展专属环保袋。从高教展绕一圈不只可以了解到许多大专院校相关信息,还能提着满满的纪念品及广告文宣,可谓满载而归。

台湾求学之优势

南华大学林聪明校长:来台念书的四大好处
在海外联招的说明会上林校长提出为何要到台湾念大学的四大重点

2014年台湾高等教育展-吉隆坡场次 台高教展热闹非凡

  • 高等教育质量好
    台湾的高等教育是全球排名第13,教育部对高教发展有迈向顶尖大学计划(五年五百亿)和教学卓越计划,对高教的投资不遗余力。
  • 求学成本低
    来台留学的费用只需花费约5000令吉,比日、韩、美廉宜,各所学校也提供优渥的奖学金和工读机会,甚至还有四年住宿费全免等侨生专属的优惠方案。另外海青班更是不需要付学费就能来台就读。台湾的生活费方面也是3令吉能解决一餐,费用相当低廉。
  • 品德教育养成
    来台湾不只是学习专业能力,态度也是台湾各大学所重视的一环。现在的企业在面试员工时的首要条件就是态度,再来才是专业,有好的态度才能使员工快速学习,在工作上发挥最大的能力
  • 地理位置相近
    马来西亚与台湾的距离也相当近,往返只需3小时多,相当方便。

海联会顾问、台大前副校长陈泰然:想念什么样的科系,台湾都有!

2014年台湾高等教育展-吉隆坡场次 台高教展热闹非凡

台湾的大专院校有各式各样的系所,18学群100多种科系可供选择。曾经有学生想当道士,台湾也有修习当道士的科系—宗教系,可见台湾科系种类包罗万象,想念什么科系,台湾都有!

另外台湾对马来西亚学生也相当照顾,一到台湾学校就会派学长姐去接机,安排住宿等等;课业遇到问题,学校也会请同侪或是师长给予学习上的帮助,生活起居和课业方面都不会是问题。

台湾和马来西亚的气候、人文、价值观等等都相似,同样也都是说华语的国家,语言无障碍,是马来西亚学生的最佳选择!

《继续阅读》……





2014台湾高等教育展-古晋场次 首次设展,反应热烈

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2014台湾高等教育展-古晋场次 首次设展,反应热烈

展出现场气氛热络,学生积极询问升学详情。 图/许韵桦

文/许韵桦

2014年台湾高等教育展首次于7月14日至15日在古晋举行,由驻马台北经济文化办事处朱多明组长敲三声锣响揭开序幕,除了超过34家台湾大专院校参展创下纪录外,两天参访人数高达千人,现场气氛可说是相当热络,洽询学生络绎不绝。此次教育展的目的为:提供学生丰富且正确的赴台升学信息、各大学校系介绍与奖助学金等相关福利。

展览期间,由海外联招会的台大前副校长陈泰然与暨大国际处侨陆组组长李信举办多场升学说明会,详细解说来台升学管道与优势,学生专注聆听且反应热烈;另外于展出摊位,各校招生手法百出,满足学生想一探究竟的欲望;场边亦有讨论区供学生们交流互动。

2014台湾高等教育展-古晋场次 首次设展,反应热烈

学生踊跃参与升学说明会,与李信组长(左一)进行互动。 图/许韵桦

学生与展出单位回馈

2014台湾高等教育展-古晋场次 首次设展,反应热烈


搜集资料说服爸爸
砂拉越圣禄国民型中学中五生
自己想往台南应用科技大学的美容系发展,但是爸爸不支持我到海外升学,所以和学校一起来教育展收集资料,准备回去说服爸爸。

2014台湾高等教育展-古晋场次 首次设展,反应热烈


台湾是升学首选
刘思宏
砂拉越古晋第一独中中六生

因为台湾很先进,台湾人很好也很热情,能使用华语,加上地理位置与马来西亚相近,是选择升学国家的首选,目前对建国科大与台科大的建筑系很感兴趣。 《继续阅读》……





Drawing and Painting Class for Adult

July 21st, 2014 14 次浏览 发表留言

The Extra-Mural Studies Department, Malaysia Institute of Art is offering Drawing and Painting Class for Adult at MIA Art Centre, No. 151, Jalan Ampang (near KLCC). The class is suitable for beginner, intermediate and advance learner.

The class is available on Wednesday. It is conducted once a week for 2 hours per session. In this class, participants will learn drawing skills, colouring and painting techniques from basic to advance levels using medium such as watercolour, acrylic or oil painting.

Pre-registration is required and is subject to first-come, first-served basis. For enquiries, please contact 03-2163 2337 or email ems@mia.edu.my. More information can be obtained from www.mia.edu.my.





Curtin Sarawak students commended for creative marketing strategy in ‘Marketing Idol Competition’

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Curtin Sarawak students commended for creative marketing strategy in ‘Marketing Idol Competition’

(L–R) Sim, Liau, Louis, Professor Mienczakowski, Yong, Liew, Associate Professor Shamsul Kamariah and Sabarina in a group photo following the prize giving ceremony.

Miri – 2 July 2014 – Five first-year business students from the School of Business of Curtin University, Sarawak Malaysia (Curtin Sarawak) received commendations from Australian fashion-apparel company Macri and Curtin Business School of Curtin University for their creative marketing strategy in the final round of Curtin’s ‘Marketing Idol Competition’.

The competition, held at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia and its campuses in Sydney, Singapore, Mauritius and Miri, required the students to perform a SWOT analysis and design a Marketing Mix based on the 4Ps concept (Product, Price, Place and Promotion) and two pre-set marketing objectives – expanding Macri’s line of products and building awareness of the brand.

The students, Liew Shau Chieng, Wilson Yong Wei Terng, Kathy Liau Lee Sze, Louis Ezra and Sam Jeh Lui, were guided by the unit leader for the Marketing 100 unit, Sabarina Sahni Abdullah, and tutor Jefferson Sim.

Macri is an Australian brand specialising in the manufacturing and marketing of T-shirts and casual apparel. It recently expanded its brand to include a gym range and is looking into marketing opportunities to identify suitable target markets and develop innovative ideas and designs for these markets. 《继续阅读》……





Recipient of the Asian Graduate Student Fellowships 2014

July 21st, 2014 8 次浏览 发表留言
Recipient of the Asian Graduate Student Fellowships 2014

Tan (left) with Dr Kay Mohlman, Director of NUS Asia Research Institute Academic Writing and Communication for the Asian Graduate Student Fellows

Faculty of Arts and Social Science (FAS) Language and Linguistic Department Lecturer Tan Swee Mee did UTAR proud when she was awarded the Asian Graduate Student Fellowships 2014.

Tan was among 25 graduate students from other Asian countries who were entitled to the one-and-a half month fellowship based in Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore (NUS) commencing 16 May until 31 August this year. It aims to enable scholars to make full use of the wide range of resources held in the libraries of NUS and also the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Still overwhelmed by her successful application for the Asian Graduate Student Fellowships (formerly known as ASEAN Research Scholars Programme), Tan said, “It is a precious opportunity as attending the conference and preparing for the forums have given me the opportunity to see and admire presentations of scholars from Harvard University, Hong Kong University and Yenching Harvard Institute. The Q&A sessions were overwhelming with very responsive audiences. It is a grand feast of academic interactions.” Tan who was told that her research title was one of the factors that intrigued the judges besides her past research experiences also enthused on the dynamic and very encouraging academic research ambience of the programme.

By securing a seat in the Fellowship programme, Tan who is currently working on her PhD project entitled “Thematic Choice in Selected Short Stories from Malaysian Women Writers: Woman Identity from a Systemic Functional Perspective” has the opportunity to have one to one coaching in crafting her thesis and academic presentation, as well as consultations from an assigned mentor. 《继续阅读》……





世纪大学吉令河生态探险

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世纪大学吉令河生态探险

搭建帐篷。

5月31至6月1日期间,世纪学生事务部与自然学会(Nature Society)于雪兰莪新古毛(Kuala Kubu Bharu)小镇上的吉令河(Sungai Chilling)度过了一夜,体验野外留宿的滋味。

由42名学生及4名学生事务部职员所组成的营员团对于搭帐篷都跃跃欲试,其中有些营员更是第一次参与这类型的活动。午餐后,营员们参与破冰活动以及其他的康乐游戏,其中包括自然与环境污染座谈会。天色渐暗以后,营员们以野外烧烤作为当天的晚餐。

隔天,在有趣的拔河活动热身之后,营员们丛林徒步地登上吉令河瀑布顶峰。沿途他们还看到平时于城市难得一见的各类飞禽,松鼠与巨蜥。穿越河中滑溜溜的岩石对于营员们来说是一大挑战,而他们小心翼翼的成果换来的就是顶峰上的美景与清新空气。

营员们都在这次的野外露营体验中学习到不少难得的经验,相信他们对于自然环境会有更深入的了解,同时肩负起爱护自然的重任。 《继续阅读》……





英迪学生获劳瑞德教育集团颁发 2014年全球“一心做好,始终如一”奖项

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2014年全球“一心做好,始终如一”奖项

Heidy Quah Gaik Li也在印度孟买的全球企业社会责任大会2014荣膺非政府组织领导卓越奖。

梳邦英迪国际学院(INTI International College Subang)的学生Heidy Quah Gaik Li荣获劳瑞德教育集团的2014年“一心做好,始终如一”(Here For Good)奖项。凡劳瑞德的学生、毕业生及教师在各自的国家创立或领导任何促进社会与经济进步的项目,皆有资格获得提名。

Heidy Quah Gaik Li是非营利组织——难民的避难所(Refuge for the Refugees)的创办人兼董事。两年前,她听闻吉隆坡的Chin儿童教育中心(Chin Children’s Education Centre)由于失去联合国的资助,即将被迫关闭。因此,她号召了一批教师志愿者,以挽救这间主要帮助来自缅甸的年轻难民的学校。她的小组——难民的避难所在六个月内成功筹得16,000令吉,为年轻的难民提供更好的念书环境。

Heidy Quah Gaik Li将心力付诸在难民的避难所,并凭此获颁全球“一心做好,始终如一”奖项。她说:“我们相信一人影响一人的力量,行善积德做好事,就是为自己创造善因善缘。我们不但致力于帮助有需要帮助的人,而且也努力说服马来西亚的青年,他们有能力去帮助自己身边的人,从而让这个世界变得更美好。”

她补充:“我们也把这项任务看作是我们的职责,联系来自社会各阶层的志愿者、赞助商和合作伙伴,以帮助该学校。我们热衷于帮助马来西亚社会各阶层人民:从个人到家庭、从幼儿到成人、从私人公司到政府机构。我们希望唤起大众对难民的困境之醒觉与重视,以争取更多机会来帮助那些有需要的人。” 《继续阅读》……





Curtin Sarawak inks MoU with Technip in Malaysia

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Curtin Sarawak inks MoU with Technip in Malaysia

Kasuma Satria Mat Jadi (left) exchanging the MoU document with Professor Yudi Samyudia.

Miri – 1 July 2014 – A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed today between Curtin University, Sarawak Malaysia (Curtin Sarawak) and Technip in Malaysia, to establish collaboration in training, knowledge sharing and development programmes.

Signing on behalf of Curtin Sarawak was Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor Professor Yudi Samyudia while Kasuma Satria Mat Jadi, Vice President (East Malaysia and Brunei) signed on behalf of Technip in Malaysia. Acting as witnesses were Curtin Sarawak’s Dean of School of Engineering and Science, Professor Michael Cloke, and Operations Manager of Technip’s Office in Miri, Omar bin Hasan.

Also present were representatives from Technip, heads of departments of Curtin Sarawak’s School of Engineering and Science and other management staff.

The MoU will facilitate cooperation in providing practical industrial training programmes for Curtin Sarawak undergraduate students at Technip’s offices in East Malaysia and Brunei; sharing of knowledge and research outcomes relating to the oil and gas sector; industrial attachments for Curtin Sarawak academic staff; professional training and development programmes for Technip’s engineers at Curtin Sarawak; joint community service programmes in Miri; and other areas of possible collaboration. 《继续阅读》……