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By Jaythaleela K
MIRI, March 16: School leavers interested to get an affordable Australian education at Curtin University Malaysia (Curtin Malaysia) should meet its marketing staff and academics during upcoming education events across Malaysia.
Following various events in Sarawak, Sabah and Penang earlier this month, the university is intensifying its recruitment drive in other locations following the extension of its current foundation intake to April 26 to cater to SPM and STPM leavers who had just received their results.
Curtin Malaysia representatives will be at the FSI Roadshow in Malacca on March 21, and at JS Education Fair in Seremban, Eduquest Education Fair in Labuan, and ACS Education Fair in Sarikei on March 22.
On March 23, they will be at StudyQuest Education Roadshow in Muar and Patek Education Fair in Johor Bahru, GED Education Fair in Kuching, and CT Academics Education Fair and L&P Education Fair in Miri. They will also be at the FSI Roadshow in Johor Bahru and Sureworks Education Fair in Kuala Lumpur from March 23 to 24.
School leavers in Sarawak and Sabah will also get to meet them at the GES Education Fair in Sibu, L&P Education Fair in Limbang, SMART Education Fair in Bintulu, and Eduquest Education Fair in Kota Kinabalu on March 24. Representatives will also be present at the StudyQuest Education Roadshow in Malacca that day.
On March 25, they will be at the GES Fair in Bintulu and Eduquest Education Fair in Lahad Datu, followed by the Eduquest Education Fair in Tawau on March 26, and FSI Roadshow in Penang March 30. Their last stop will be the FSI Roadshow in Ipoh on April 1.
For details on where you can meet Curtin Malaysia representatives at a location near you, visit futurestudents.curtin.edu.my/how-to-apply/recruitment-events/ or call 085-630 000.
Curtin Malaysia, the largest international campus of Curtin University and its global hub in Asia, offers Curtin courses in engineering and related sciences, business and humanities, as well as one-year foundation courses that feed directly into its undergraduate programmes.
Many of the courses are in subject areas Curtin University is world-ranked in, including number two in the world for Mineral and Mining Engineering and 35th for Earth and Marine Sciences in the prestigious QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019.
These rankings have a significant bearing on the quality of the Bachelor of Science in Applied Geology and Bachelor of Engineering in Petroleum Engineering offered at Curtin Malaysia.
In addition, Curtin is ranked in the top 100 for Civil & Structural Engineering, top 150 for Communication & Media Studies and Chemical Engineering; top 200 for Accounting & Finance, Business & Management Studies, and Electrical & Electronic Engineering; top 250 for Mechanical Engineering, and top 350 for Computer Science & Information Systems.
Related courses offered at Curtin Malaysia are the Bachelor of Engineering in Civil & Construction Engineering, Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering; Bachelor of Science in Computing; Bachelor of Technology in Computer Systems & Networking; Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication; Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting and Finance, Management & Marketing, and Management & Human Resources Management; and Bachelor of Business Administration.
All the engineering courses are double accredited by Engineers Australia and the Board of Engineers Malaysia, while the Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical Engineering is further accredited by the Institution of Chemical Engineering (IChemE), United Kingdom.
Its business courses, meanwhile, are all accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and professional bodies nationally and internationally.
Curtin University is a global university with campuses in Western Australia, Malaysia, Dubai, Singapore and Mauritius. It is currently ranked in the top one per cent of universities worldwide in the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) and 250th in the world in the QS World University Ranking (QSWUR).
In the Malaysian rankings, Curtin Malaysia is rated ‘Tier 5: Excellent’ in the SETARA rating system as well in the discipline-based D-SETARA for its engineering programmes.
For more information on Curtin Malaysia, visit its website (www.curtin.edu.my), its Facebook page (CurtinMalaysia), Twitter profile (curtinmalaysia), Google+ page (Curtin Malaysia), Instagram (curtinmalaysia), YouTube channel (Curtin Malaysia) or LinkedIn page (Curtin Malaysia). — DayakDaily