Creating a Home Away from Home

Travelling to a country more than 10 hours away from Malaysia for studies is not easy. One has to leave behind not only the comforts of home but also close family members and friends, while at the same time, dealing with the fear of being alone in a foreign place.   Read more

25 July 2017

Creating career pathways with TVET

Speaking at the 9th ASEAN Education Ministers Meeting, held in Malaysia on 24 May, Tim Fowler, New Zealand Tertiary Education Commission Chief Executive, commented that Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) is imperative and absolutely critical to ASEAN’s economic... Read more

21 July 2017

Glacier Internship Forces Her out of Comfort Zone

Comfort is the enemy of achievement –​ that was the key takeaway Nur Aliya Fariha had from her nine-month internship with the Franz Josef Glacier Guides and Glacier Hot Pools’ Customer Service teams in New Zealand. Read more

11 July 2017

New Zealand – A World-class Education Destination

Mention New Zealand, and typically most people will conjure up images of the country’s rolling green hills or immediately link it to The Lord of the Rings’ Middle Earth. However, in recent years, New Zealand has become an increasingly popular destination for students from arou... Read more

21 June 2017

Distance Learning: Is it for you?

Are you a silent education seeker, and are you experiencing these kinds of difficulties? No more regrets, even for you there are alternatives! Besides the regular courses, many institutions around the world offer online courses of any preferred level. Read more

05 June 2017

Prepare Financially Before you Study Abroad

Planning to live and study overseas has always been a popular route for many students. However, there are challenges to be faced especially when it boils down to financing your stay in another country. Wherever you plan to settle down, it is always wise to prepare financially ... Read more

02 June 2017

The Joy of Being a Bawse

From the 2017 People’s Choice Award winner for Favourite YouTube Star to #1 New York Times Bestseller, we seek advice from Lilly Singh on chasing her dreams and what every aspiring bawse should. Read more

29 May 2017

Living on a Student Budget – The Sharing Way

Taking on a frugal way of living doesn’t have to mean taking on a hermit-like existence! While the cost of living is rising, there are a few simple ways which you can reduce your monthly spending without reducing your quality of life, and sharing is a major factor. Read more

12 May 2017

Students and their First Credit Card – the Responsibilities that Come with a Piece of Plastic

A credit card is a valuable financial tool for anyone to have, but how would a college or university students be able to handle so much financial freedom responsibly? Read on to learn a few simple methods! Read more

20 April 2017

Get into the Best Universities with Oxford International College

Parents and students: the CEO of Oxford International College (OIC) will host an event in Kuala Lumpur to tell you how to get into the top and most prestigious universities in the world!   Read more

29 March 2017