CYBERJAYA: Nineteen Generasi Baru graduates receive their certificates on completing a one month stint at the Limkokwing University, London campus.
They received their Certificates of Appreciation from Limkokwing London director, Professor Dave Taylor during the recent Generasi Baru graduation on April 19.
They had successfully completed an intensive course to instill global perspectives in participation of the dynamics and impart of global knowledge.
The students were there as part of the Global Classroom project, a programme actualised by the Limkokwing University of Creative Technology where they are given an opportunity to study for one month or a semester or a year at the London campus.
This is for the students to gain further insights and getting the necessary experience of how it is like to be a student overseas, to understand and get insights of one of the best fashion and financial capital in the world.
The 19 were there last October, where besides studying they also saw various interesting places.
One such student Noor Azleen Ambia, a diploma holder in Fashion and Apparel Design said her experience there was an eye-opener, as never had she dreamt of being given an opportunity to go overseas.
The student who hails from Felda Bukit Ramun, Kulai, Johor, also obtained exposure from visiting well known shopping centres like Harrods and Selfridges, where being a Fashion Design student she got to know of the latest trend and fabric that people like to use.
This is certainly an experience which Noor Azleen would cherish all her life and she had expressed her interests to return to London to gain more experience.
While there, the 19 students also had an opportunity to witness and participate in the opening of the London campus in Piccadilly by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.
Another student, Mohd Shahrizat Saad from the Faculty of Communication, Media and Broadcasting said his one month stint had certainly changed his outlook to be more global.
“The experience and my stay there had taught me to be more creative and innovative in my work, as there are many ways to resolve a problem,” he said.
“I would like to encourage other students to undergo the global classroom concept as it has helped transformed my outlook and not to live under a shell,” he said.
All this opportunities are readily available at the Limkokwing University, a university which has expanded to three continents namely Asia, Africa and Europe.
Under the Global Classroom initiative, students are given an opportunity to further their studies overseas namely in the United Kingdom where they could also gain certification not only from the Limkokwing University but also a certificate from a UK based affiliated university with Limkokwing.
Certainly the Global classroom concept has made the world smaller in getting an internationally recognised tertiary education.
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