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First in the industry: SEGi Collaborates Malaysia Airlines

SEGi University and Colleges (SEGi) has become the FIRST higher education institution to enter into an agreement with Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) to develop and strengthen the talent pipeline for the aviation industry and beyond. The SEGi-MAB collaboration will focus on wide-ranging initiatives including student internship and placement programme, hosting of industrial visits and co-organising...

SEGi Group of Colleges CEO Wins Asia’s Woman Leader Award

SEGi Group of Colleges is beyond proud, that our very own Ms Stella Lau Kah Wai, CEO of SEGi Group of Colleges, has won the very esteemed Asia’s Woman Leader Award by the World Woman Leadership Congress. The prestigious award by the World Woman Leadership Congress is given to outstanding leaders who have met such criteria as building a sustainable leadership...

The University of Sunderland Nominated for University of the Year

SEGi Group of Colleges is thrilled, proud and honoured to congratulate the University of Sunderland, one of our oldest and most esteemed partner universities, for having been nominated for the prestigious University of the Year, the leading category in this year’s THE – Times Higher Education – annual awards!   This nomination marks a successful...

Congratulations to University of Helsinki

Congratulations to University of Helsinki for being ranked #101 in the world at the 2022 World University Rankings by Times Higher Education World University Rankings. HEI Schools Teacher Diploma programme offered by HEI Schools through SEGi College Kuala Lumpur is developed by Professor Lasse Lipponen from University of Helsinki, Finland

THE IMPLICATIONS OF DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS BETWEEN MALAYSIA & CHINA TO THE UNITY OF RACES IN MALAYSIA

THE IMPLICATIONS OF DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS BETWEEN MALAYSIA & CHINA TO THE UNITY OF RACES IN MALAYSIA Sharil Hamdam bin Ahamd Introduction The events of 13th May 1949 are one of the darkest in Malaysian history, especially in terms of racial relations in Malaysia. This incident shows the strained relations between the Malays and Chinese in...

A Day for Our Nation and for Our People

This has been an unusual year for us Malaysians thus far, with major political and economic upheavals amidst a raging and relentless faceless enemy daily claiming the lives of tens of thousands in our country alone. Certainly, a recipe for disaster, dividing our people and our country. But as our National Day draws near, it...
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