FOUNDATION IN BUSINESS
Foundation in Business @ QIU
THE SCHOOL OF ENGLISH focuses on producing skillful teachers of English as a second language and raising the English proficiency levels of university and pre-university students
Our stellar cast of industry professionals who teach the programmes.
Prof. Dr. Ranjit Singh Gill
Prof. Dr. Chan Nee Nee
Ms. Shamanee Murthi
Ms. Noor Eleena Nordin
Ms. Amanpreet Kaur
Ms. Mutiara Salina Saharudin
Mr. Muhammad Amin Md. Sani
Mdm. Faridah Hanum Ghazali
Ms. Nurfarahin Binti Ishak
Mr. Thomas Wilson Lowrie
Learning through a steady stream of real-world projects is how we believe students learn best
QIU TESL STUDENTS TEACH ENGLISH TO ROHINGYA REFUGEES.
In collaboration with Same Skies, a non governmental agency working with refugees and asylum seekers, QIU’s Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) embarked on a programme to equip Rohingya refugees in Ipoh with basic English language skills.
SPEAK & WRITE WORKSHOP in SMK JATI
The half-day workshop provided a foundation in learner-centred education as well as practical and proven educational strategies that participants can use in their future undertakings. The workshop helped to improve the participants’ speaking and writing skills in English language. The half-day-long programme made for an immersive, sociable and hugely transformative experience
Learning through social responsibility, whether in-house or community-based, is essential to building character and civic mindedness.
LIGHTS! CAMERA! ACTION!
Nearly 100 budding actors and actresses from secondary schools throughout Perak shone on stage during Quest International University Perak (QIU)’s inaugural Lights! Camera! Action! drama workshop and competition.
Organised by the School of English and contemporary theatre collective Theatresauce, the event brought together drama ensembles from nine secondary schools throughout Perak to compete for prizes and bragging rights. Themed ‘Creative Connexions: Drama for All’, the day-long event aimed to introduce students to the exciting world of drama and improvisation. At the same time, it was designed to unearth prospective talents in the world of performing arts, while also giving these students a platform to showcase their skills
VOICES OF CULTURE ROAR IN UNISON
QUICKLE BY QIU TESL STUDENTS
Organising the QUICKLE conference is part of a requirement under a course for final year students. In this course, students are exposed to the entire process of conducting a conference – starting from proposals, budgets, menus, venues, sponsorships, finding keynote speakers, familiarising with protocols and other related interesting requisite elements of organising a conference. The essence of the event is that students are given a platform to present their research project paper prepared during their Research Paper course
ACT IT OUT!
The TESL students of Cohorts 10 and 11 conducted a workshop on drama entitled ACT IT OUT! The main objective of the event is for the workshop participants to develop the basic skills of drama, including use of voice, gestures and facial expressions. The workshop will benefit the participants as they will be introduced to various skills related to drama and performance. The participants will also have the opportunity to participate in a drama competition and display their acting talents.
Learning comes from the deeply immersive experience our programmes offer through state-of-the-art studios and labs.
New Projects will be inserted in the future
Our vast corpus of student achievements and the glowing reviews they give us.