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A day of celebration for SJIIM IBDP Scholars

Petaling Jaya, Malaysia (27 September 2019) – St. Joseph’s Institution International School Malaysia (SJIIM) recently celebrated its fourth batch of International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) scholars through a Scholarship Awards Ceremony on 27 September 2019. The event was graced by the SJIIM Board of Governors Chairman and Brother President of SJI Singapore, Dato’ Br. Paul […]

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Impactful Classroom Management: Morning Meeting

A healthy morning routine does wonders in starting the day right. One way to do this in school while prioritizing student wellbeing is via a simple morning meeting. The original idea of morning meetings was derived from the evidence-based approach known as the Responsive Classroom. Based on principles that aim to build academic and social-emotional […]

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Real Estate Career Ambitions with Henley Business School, University of Reading Malaysia

Careers in Real Estate It’s one of Malaysia’s best kept secrets – a career in real estate. Real estate includes housing, offices, shopping malls, warehouses and factories. Real estate is the world’s largest class of asset worth trillions of dollars globally and is a major component of economic growth. There is a high demand for […]

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Multiple Career Paths with a UK Law Degree

University of Reading Malaysia, the international branch campus of University of Reading UK, will welcome the inaugural intake for its recently-launched LLB Law degree in September 2019. The degree is exactly the same as that awarded on the UK campus, which is already a well-recognised law degree in Malaysia. One key advantage of studying Law […]

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Importance of Language Learning in Education

Language learning has been playing an increasingly pivotal role in conveying thoughts, opinions, and emotions. Studies in Sweden have found that learning a language increases the size of the brain’s cerebral cortex and hippocampus, areas that are related to memory. This is similar to how any muscle in the body becomes stronger and more flexible […]

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Building a Foundation for Success

If you’ve just got your ICGSE, SPM or equivalent results, the next logical step is to enrol onto a Foundation programme, which would subsequently allow you to progress to an undergraduate degree. The International Foundation Programme (IFP) offered at the University of Reading Malaysia, an international branch campus of the University of Reading in the […]

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The Making of Future-Ready Graduates

Recent studies and research on job portals have named biomedical sciences as one of the most demanded careers in Malaysia [[1]] [[2]]. A study that is gravitated toward research-oriented and lab-based tasks, this course prepares the individual to further indulge into human physiology in health and diseases besides getting hands-on experience in managing laboratory techniques. […]

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Integrating Community Engagement into Academic Excellence: NUMed’s Outreach Programmes

Engaging in community outreach programmes provides students with the opportunity to become active members of their community and has a lasting, positive impact on society at large. Community service or volunteerism enables students to acquire life skills and knowledge, as well as provide a service to those who need it most. Such initiative is bolstered […]

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Build a Global Career as a Quantity Surveyor with the University of Reading Malaysia

Most large engineering and construction projects, whether it be a building, bridge or highway, involve quantity surveyors. In Asia, quantity surveyors are in particularly high demand due to the rapid economic growth and development of the region. You can think of a quantity surveyor as a project consultant who is responsible for ensuring that a […]

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The Importance of English Fluency in the Medical Field

To be a great doctor, you need to be an exceptional communicator who can convey complex messages clearly to your patients and colleagues. Thus, it is essential for doctors to be extraordinarily adept at languages, especially English. This is not to say that native languages such as Malay, Mandarin, or Tamil should be neglected. However, […]

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