SEGi College Kuala Lumpur’s students in the Foundation Programme in Commerce (FPIC) took a trip to the Bank Negara Malaysia Museum and Art Gallery recently.
The students explored many beautiful artworks created by many amazing artists over the years, works done in batik, oil, water colour, mixed media, and acrylic. The art gallery spans the entire top floor and there is truly something for each person to enjoy. This section of Bank Negara covered the remaining three levels of the building. Exhibits included Islamic Finance, a children’s gallery, numismatics, monetary history, and economics. An international student from Sri Lanka, Adrian, was very impressed by the opportunity to study Malaysian history. “I learnt a lot from this memorable experience!”
The students spent around hours exploring Bank Negara, learning new things, taking pictures, and having a wholesome time together. They also had a wonderful opportunity to bond with their lecturers. Positive teacher-student relationships lead to better teaching, and students are more likely to learn when they feel cared for and valued by their lecturers. Positive teacher-student relationships promote student academic achievement, such as better grades and test scores.