13 June 2011

Sunway wins 2nd place in MOHE’s Web Portal Competition


Sunway University was recently awarded 2nd place in the 2010 Web Portal Competition organized by Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE). With an increase from 62% (3 stars) in 2009 to 72% (4 Stars) in 2010, Sunway University beat 36 other institutions under the IPTS (University College and Private Universities) category. The competition was held from the 22 to 26 June 2010 in Bayview Hotel, Melaka.

3 June 2011

Sunway celebrates I “Heart” Earth Month

Sunway University in conjunction with the World Environment Day celebrated worldwide on 5 June 2011 has dedicated an entire month to show its support to Mother Nature. The campaign, an initiative by the Sunway Education Group is a concerted effort to create awareness and encourage lifestyle changes that support the preservation of our Earth by reducing, reusing and recycling as well as reducing carbon emissions to slow the effects of global warming and climate change.

During the opening speech, Ms Elizabeth Lee, Executive Director of Sunway Education Group said, “The progress of climate change abatement must go hand in hand with the strong involvement of communities and organizations to spur lifestyle changes and create awareness of the consequences of our actions on our environment”.

Elizabeth Lee and Sunway University Student Council committee members during the tree planting ceremony.

Sunway University clinches Reader's Digest Trusted Brands Awards 2011

Sunway University struck gold when it received the Reader's Digest Trusted Brands Gold Award in the Malaysian Private University Category for 2011 at an awards dinner on 1 June.

Mr Lee Weng Keng, Chief Executive Officer of Sunway Education Group who accepted the award said, “Sunway University cherishes and values this award as it is based on savvy Reader’s Digest consumer preferences. It is particularly significant that respondents were not prompted on the name of the University, and that it was based strictly on top-of-mind recall”.

Mr Lee Weng Keng (left) receiving the award from Christopher Axberg, Publisher and Managing Director, Reader’s Digest Asia