Google Malaysia gives students tips and Cool Tools 4 ‘Skool’ to juggle college life
Jun12

Google Malaysia gives students tips and Cool Tools 4 ‘Skool’ to juggle college life

With only 24 hours in a day, it can be a challenge for a student to have a vibrant social life, a good academic record and still have a good night’s sleep each night. To help college-going students navigate their hectic lives, Google Malaysia collaborated with Tunku Abdul Rahman University College for the first time to organize a fun and interactive session called Google Cafe: Cool Tools 4 Skool to share smartphone life hacks. As...

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Why Do You Need Student Loans And How To Behave With This Money?
Jun05

Why Do You Need Student Loans And How To Behave With This Money?

At almost every modern university, you may hear about a feature like a student loan. However, not every student pays attention to this despite the fact that it can be a very useful thing (if you use it wisely). Besides, not everyone understands how exactly it works. In fact, this is something quite handy taking into account the high price of education today. However, there are also some possible pitfalls. For example, many young...

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Science stream students, register for the National Science Challenge 2018 Now ~!
May10

Science stream students, register for the National Science Challenge 2018 Now ~!

The annual National Science Challenge (NSC) is back with a series of exciting challenges that will test students on their knowledge and application of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). National Science Challenge 2018 invites all 16-year old science stream students across the nation to participate in the premier annual science competition. ExxonMobil renews partnership with Academy of Sciences Malaysia to promote...

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Comprehensive Guide for Malaysians to Studying in the USA on a Budget
Feb09

Comprehensive Guide for Malaysians to Studying in the USA on a Budget

The prospect of studying in the U.S. is a dream come true for those who aspire to gain the American experience. However, in today’s economic climate, the fear of burning a large hole in their pockets has held many students back from pursuing this dream. Even so, there are many viable options available for students who have their hearts set on earning a U.S. degree without having to break the bank. Speaking to alumni from INTI’s...

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Global Talent Competitiveness Index 2018 Announced
Jan23

Global Talent Competitiveness Index 2018 Announced

Video Credit: The Adecco Group (The video starts at around 00:35) The 2018 Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI) report found that Switzerland still leads the way in terms of talent competitiveness, followed by Singapore and the United States. In general, European countries continue to dominate the GTCI rankings, with 15 in the top 25.   [Editor’s Note: Malaysia is ranked 27th out of 119 countries with a GTCI score of...

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6 Great Netflix Shows to Watch Right Now For Malaysians
Dec10

6 Great Netflix Shows to Watch Right Now For Malaysians

  Whilst cable television remains to be a vital medium in today’s society, be it for entertainment or news alike, there is no doubt that it is dying a slow death, much like past media channels such as vinyl records and print. To say that it is becoming obsolete is much of an exaggeration, but it is no surprise that each day there are more people switching from their cable remotes to the world of online media streaming.  A name...

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10 Easy Ways to Fundraise for Your Student Organization
Dec07

10 Easy Ways to Fundraise for Your Student Organization

  If you are a part of a student organization, it is a good opportunity to expand your contacts, exchange experience with other students, make many good friends, have a lot of fun and useful things together. But usually, most student units face the problem of money deficiency for many different activities they could probably set up on their campuses. We have brainstormed and prepared you a list of 10 easy ways to raise money for...

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ExxonMobil continues to invest toward “Nobody Gets Hurt” through annual Safety Cadet in School Programme
Dec06

ExxonMobil continues to invest toward “Nobody Gets Hurt” through annual Safety Cadet in School Programme

• ‘Safety Cadet in School’ promotes ExxonMobil’s safety culture amongst school students from an early age through employee volunteers. • The initiative is aligned with ExxonMobil’s global “Nobody Gets Hurt” safety goal towards a hurt free work environment, and enabling these values to be extended to the local community. • About 600 Year 4 and Year 5 students from eight primary schools expected to take part in this year’s programme....

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