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The future of Occupational Safety and Health: the construction industry

SEGi College Penang’s School of Allied Health and Science organised a webinar entitled “The Future of Occupational Safety and Health: The Construction Industry”, and streamed it on 11th December 2021. This very illuminating webinar discussed the future of Occupational Safety and Health, focusing on the construction industry. The objective was to give additional knowledge to...

Preparing business students for the real business world

Consumer behaviour analysis continues to be an interesting topic and requires the attention of both social scientists and business executives that are of central concern to an understanding of marketer and consumer behaviour. Human behaviour is confined to cognitive psychology, which includes mental process, perception, and decision-making, all of which contribute to economic behaviour, notably...

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...

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...

Dr Rachel Larimore’s ‘Learning with Nature: Nature as Another Teacher in the Early Childhood Classroom’

SEGi Group of Colleges is thrilled to have successfully held a special webinar under the auspices of our Faculty of Education, and under the stewardship of our Carolyn Choo, associate dean, joint faculties – Education. Our SEGi Group of Colleges-Whytehouese Education Group Early Years lecture series kicked off with Dr Rachel Larimore’s ‘Learning with Nature:...

Online or traditional face-to-face classroom? Does it matter?

  Students are engaged in the social exchange theory as in accordance to the social psychologist (Blau, 1964) in the course of which student instinctively likely weigh the cost and benefits of pursuing a course, more so, his/her relationship with the lecturer. The implementation of social distancing policy as a measure to curb the spread...
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