I love how supportive the non-academic staffs in INTI College Penang. My year and a half in IICP wouldn't be so fulfilling without their support and guidance. I also like the fact the campus has many seating and studying space, which is so important during exam periods. In addition, if you have a car, driving around the area for street food or restaurants wouldn't be an issue. There are plenty of cheap options in the cafeteria on campus and the area nearby. I also picked up crucial skill sets when I was in the student ambassador society (ISST), that is really a highlight of my life in INTI. I feel like home throughout my days in IICP, if you are looking for a college which doesn't have a big jump from high school, in terms of culture and learning environment, IICP would be the perfect place for you.
I was an A levels student which seated for the alternative assessment instead of the standardized A level exams. What I did was I took the mock exams by IICP and my predicted grades were given by the lecturers. I got to say IICP did a really terrible job in guiding students in online classes especially the coronavirus pandemic time. I could tell that the school doesn't even care about students' welfare and their concerns about the final grades. All they want is just your money. My head of programme wasn't even helpful when I enquired about my uncertainties, I was extremely disappointed when this situation happened to me at the end of my last semester. If you are looking for a college which has fully support on students in term of academic, then IICP might not be the right place for you. IICP emphasised more on independent learning. Don't be fully convinced in the sales and marketing techniques, what is right for others may not suit you.