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INAUGURAL E-ORIENTATION FOR FACULTY OF MEDICINE STUDENTS

QIU welcomed its latest batch of future medical heroes today, during our first-ever online orientation session for Faculty of Medicine (FOM) students.   Today’s orientation continued the University’s ongoing pivot to online education, where classes, registration, orientation and many other activities are carried out on a digital platform. It was, of course, the first time …

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QIU HOLDS INAUGURAL E-ORIENTATION

While many things have changed after the Covid-19 pandemic, QIU’s dedication commitment to quality education and our students’ welfare remains our top priority. In line with the ongoing Movement Control Order (MCO) and our move towards online education, QIU held our first-ever e-orientation session for students from the May 2020 intake. The orientation was held …

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FSS DEAN, LECTURER JOIN EDUCATION MINISTRY’S INTERNATIONALISATION STUDY

Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences Prof Dr Chan Nee Nee and Psychology lecturer Dr Junaidah Yusof joined a fascinating new consultancy project designed to review internationalisation policies in Malaysia’s higher education industry. After commissioning the review under Education Policies Studies (EPS), the Ministry of Education awarded RM569,515 to the International Institute of Public …

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FST Lecturer Appointed M’sian Journal of Microbiology Peer Reviewer

All the discoveries and inventions that allow us to live our daily lives would never have existed without research. From groundbreaking technology to the latest healthcare innovation, it forms the basis of everything we know. Research has always been one of the pillars of our University, and we’re thrilled to announce that our own Faculty of Science and …

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QIU ACCOUNTING STUDENTS APPOINTED ACCA STUDENT AMBASSADORS

Yet another feather has been added to QIU’s cap, as two of our Bachelor of Accounting (Hons) students have been appointed as Student Ambassadors for the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) Malaysia. Third-year students Enithraa Elanggova Kumar and Rachel Anthony Lim Su Yen did us proud after they received their appointments recently. The duo will be representing ACCA as …

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FST DEPUTY DEAN, LECTURER PRODUCE FACE SHIELDS FOR COVID-19 FRONTLINERS

The Covid-19 pandemic has seen an incredible outpouring of community support and volunteerism as people from all over the world join forces to help each other. We’re extremely proud that our own Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Science and Technology, Prof Dr Sim Yee Wai has joined this effort by producing 3-D printed face …

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SHARING SUSTAINABLE FARMING WITH SMJK PEREMPUAN PERAK

As an institute of higher learning, QIU understands the importance of inspiring young people to take up the challenge of creating a more sustainable world, evident from our alignment with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Today, we were proud to welcome over 50 teachers and students from SMJK Perempuan Perak to the QIU Sustainable AgriResearch, …

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DOES FIS HAVE TALENT? YOU BET!

Exciting, entertaining and momentous – these were the words that best described the ‘FIS Got Talent’ that was held last weekend. Organised by our dedicated team of Foundation in Science Programme lecturers, the show, themed “It’s Showtime” drummed up excitement among our student body as we discovered how talented they really are. Gracing the event was QIU Chief …

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HEART-TO-HEART WITH SCIENCE: EXAMINING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Some of the most important questions looming over our future are related to artificial intelligence. How will it affect our lives and the job market? How can we control it to achieve the right balance? The Faculty of Science and Technology’s latest Heart-to-Heart with Science series addressed some of these questions recently, thanks to an enlightening …

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