21 April 2014

Sunway Education Group Hands out Scholarships to Chinese Independent School Students

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Twenty two students from various Chinese Independent high schools received scholarships to pursue their education at Sunway University and Sunway College at the Sunway Chinese Independent School Extra-Curricular Activity (CIS ECA) award ceremony.

This is Sunway Education Group’s fourth year in providing scholarships to exemplary Chinese Independent School (CIS) students who have proven to be well-rounded in both academic and extra-curricular activities.

Sunway CIS ECA Scholarship recipients and the heads of department for the programmes of Sunway University and Sunway College with Elizabeth Lee (front row, centre), Professor Graeme Wilkinson (second from right) and Professor Pua Eng Chong (far right).

3 April 2014

Sunway Students’ Trip to South Korea

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A group of third year students, currently studying the Bachelor of Science (Hons) in International Hospitality Management at Sunway University, went on a week-long study trip to Seoul, South Korea. The February trip was planned as part of their assignment for the Strategic Management module where they were required to conduct field work research and data collection throughout the trip.

The students were accompanied by Daniel Chong Ka Leong, Lecturer, and Lai Mun Loon, Teaching Fellow of the Sunway University Business School. Throughout the trip, the group was hosted by Daelim University College. They visited Dongdaemun Market, a large commercial district comprising traditional markets and shopping centres in Seoul, 63 City, a 63-floor building with spectacular views of Seoul, and the Korean Folk Village, a tourist attraction exhibiting Korean culture and history.

Students and lecturers at the Korean Folk Village

31 March 2014

Lights out!

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Non-essential lights were switched off as Sunway celebrated Earth Hour on 29 March 2014 between 8:30 and 9:30pm. Students and staffs also joined in the worldwide movement by signing and pledging to "Live Green".