November 2020

Month

By Thevagi Selvamaney, Lecturer, School of Communication & Design What is Microsoft Office Specialist Certification? The Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification is an exam that tests the candidate’s knowledge on Microsoft Office. Microsoft offers a specialist certification for its Office 2016. There are five tests in this certification program. However, it is possible to become...
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By Thavamalar A/P Thavarajaratnam, Senior Lecturer, School of Computing & Technology SEGi (formerly known as Systematic) was founded in 1977. Since then, it has emerged as a leader in education. Being a reputable college, it offers a wide range of programmes and has collaborated with the University of Greenwich (UOG) in the United Kingdom. The...
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Employee standing inside a steel factory
By Nurul Natasya Binti Md Drus, Lecturer, School of Allied Health Sciences Nowadays, 5S practice has been adopted by many organizations to organize the workplace towards reducing waste and improving productivity. Moreover, this practice also promotes a safer and more efficient environment in organizations. 5S practice is often viewed as an effective method for increasing...
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A man's hand with blue glove holding a syringe
By Afiza Binti Bidin, Lecturer, School of Nursing On September 29, 2020, the first-semester nursing students in SEGi College Kuala Lumpur received their first dose of Hepatitis B vaccination. On the day of the event, it was obvious that some of the students were nervous and frightened. A handful of students were excited to get...
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Top down view of person working on a laptop
By Rishikumar A/L Selvadurai, Senior Lecturer, School of Business Industry 4.0 relates to the digitization of the industrial processes in order to create an efficient production process and the implementation of a service network without the need of humans. Basically, it is a self-sustaining, automated system which will do everything 24/7. A smart factory will...
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By Noor Fadillah Binti Jaafar, Lecturer, School of Business Ethics impacts many fields: it is not just business per se including medicine, government, and science, to name a few. One of the important ethics component is Business Ethics itself. Whenever business ethics is raised, most people immediately focus on corruption and bribery. While this is...
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Multiracial colleagues standing together while discussing over a project
Nadia Ghafoor, a graduate from the University of Greenwich’s BA Human Resource Management, talks about the challenges she faced and how the degree helped her secure a job in the government. What made you apply for the Executive Officer role in Rewards and Talent Management in the government? What made me apply for the role...
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Tutor teaching a little girl
Hollie is studying the Early Years course and is hoping to graduate with a BA Hons Early Years Teacher Status (EYTS). “I chose the University of Greenwich as I felt that it gave a more personal approach to learning. Upon meeting lecturers for the first time, I got the sense that they all wanted to...
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