Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia posted on 17/06/2009Theme: Education in the Commonwealth: Towards and Beyond Global Goals and TargetsThe 17th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers (17CCEM) takes place from 15-19 June in Kuala Lumpur and it is anticipated that attendance will be the highest since the first Commonwealth education conference, held in Oxford, UK, in 1959. The theme for this year's 50th anniversary conference is 'Education in the Commonwealth: Towards and Beyond Global Goals and Targets'.The meeting will bring together a diverse range of educational stakeholders, including Education Ministers, senior officials, and representatives from national and international agencies, academics, teachers, NGOs, youth and the private sector.
Theme: Education in the Commonwealth: Towards and Beyond Global Goals and TargetsThe Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia, together with Sunway University College, are organising and co-hosting the International Student Carnival 2009 – Sports Festival. This year, there are over 1,600 international students from 56 institutions of higher learning. They represent both the private and public sectors even as far as Perlis, Johor and Sabah and students from about 60 countries were participated in this event.
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
The Systematic Education Group of Colleges operates eight Private Higher Educational Institutions. Established in 1977, Systematic's prime objective was to provide training to school leavers for their future career in Accounting, Business, Computing, Marketing, Management, Banking, Secretarial and Commerce and Industry. Malaysia is extremely conducive to study, and many Malaysian students have won prizes for outstanding academic results. With more than 23 years of experience, Systematic has produced a consistent flow of World and Malaysian prize-winners for the various professional courses, such as LCCI, ACCA, CIMA, ICSA, ABE and CIM. The catalyst for Systematic's success is the complete training system, that includes specially written materials including study packs, past year questions and answers, and test packs that are updated yearly. From its humble beginning in the 70's, Systematic Group of Colleges currently has about 10,000 students, with approximately 200-300 international students studying in the various Systematic City campuses in Malaysia. These students are from Indonesia, China, PakiStan, Maldives, India, Myanmar, Taiwan, Sri Lanka and even as far as Belgium. There is a host of specially organised activities, such as orientation programmes, festive and cultural events, and community projects, to assist international students to acclimatise.
Malaysia is located in the tropics of Southeast Asia, straddling the South China Sea. Recent developments are putting Malaysia on the world map, as she focuses on becoming a knowledge-based economy. To develop world-class quality education and meet the demands and requirements of the new millennium, as well as to affirm the position of English as a second language, the Government has initiated major educational reforms by formulating new legislations on education. These were tabled in the Parliament from 1995 to1997, and covers all levels of education, from pre-school to higher tertiary education. Malaysia is indeed becoming a dynamic and exciting regional centre for education excellence. more details visit http://study-malaysia.info/