31 October 2014

Signing of Memorandum of Understanding between Sunway University and Japan’s Kansai Gaidai College

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Sunway University’s Centre for English Language Studies (CELS) and Kansai Gaidai College, Osaka Japan, recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The MoU sealed a firm cooperation between the institutions to facilitate student exchange programmes, starting in 2015. Kansai Gaidai College is expected to send about 30 students to Sunway for English learning.

Present at the MoU ceremony were Dr Elizabeth Lee, Senior Executive Director of Sunway Education Group, Prof Graeme Wilkinson, Vice Chancellor, Prof Pua Eng Chong, Deputy Vice Chancellor and Dean of Faculty of Arts, Prof Stephen Hall, Head of Centre for English Language Studies of Sunway University; Prof Kazuko Tanimoto, Vice President, Prof Kazushi Hiromoto, Professor, and Kayoko Ochi, Exchange Coordinator of Centre for International Education from Kansai Gaidai College.

Photo caption MoU Signing with Kansai Gaidai - From left: Lim Shui Chin, Director of International Office, Sunway Education Group, Kayoko Ochi, Prof Kazushi Hiromoto, Prof Kazuko Tanimoto, Dr Elizabeth Lee, Prof Graeme Wilkinson, Prof Stephen Hall, Prof Pua Eng Chong and Jeanette Lim, Deputy Head of CELS and Head of Intensive English Programme

27 October 2014

Business students present Fashion Extravanganza Elaganza

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Sunway University’s students from the BSc (Hons) Business Studies and Diploma in Business Administration recently showcased their thirteen weeks of marketing research work with a fun-filled poster display and booth exhibition.


29 September 2014

Sri Cempaka International School Interactors win Sunway Bursaries at National I-Quiz Competition

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“We did not expect to win” said Lau Wai Keat of Team Insomniacs, who emerged Champion for the Rotary Club of Bandar Sunway’s 7th Annual National Level I-Quiz Competition at Sunway University. The team members, Tai Kai Xin, Lau Wai Keat and Sean Teh Eu Gene of Sri Cempaka International School Kuala Lumpur, outshone other 169 teams through an exciting morning of trivia on general knowledge. They won themselves bursaries worth RM18,000 each to pursue further study at Sunway College or Sunway University.

Signing-Ms Wong with Francis Xavier, President