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“Limkokwing University is the home for creative students”

6 September 2019

  • “Limkokwing University is the home for creative students”
  • “Limkokwing University is the home for creative students”
  • “Limkokwing University is the home for creative students”
  • “Limkokwing University is the home for creative students”
  • “Limkokwing University is the home for creative students”
  • “Limkokwing University is the home for creative students”
  • “Limkokwing University is the home for creative students”
  • “Limkokwing University is the home for creative students”

Limkokwing University welcomed students from Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan (SMK) Tinggi Kajang on 4 September 2019 for a guided campus tour to learn about the University’s history, ecosystem and its innovative approach to education.

SMK Tinggi Kajang students explored Limkokwing’s creative multimedia labs, presidential library and the branding gallery. Lecturers across faculties also gave the students a full briefing on the University’s industry focused programmes and guided them on ones most suitable for their career paths.

Dr. Hawiah bt Baba, a teacher at SMK Tinggi Kajang was delighted by the welcome they received from Limkokwing staff and acknowledged that the University is indeed one of the leading Universities in Malaysia.

“Limkokwing is the home for creative students. I encourage my students to continue their studies here, especially those who have an interest in creative arts and engineering. I also believe that other students can discover their interests here as the University supports diversity in learning,” she added.

Eighteen year old Mohamad Irfan Mohamad Nawi, stated that he would be very happy to pursue his education at Limkokwing University.

“I enjoyed the tour and especially the part where we were exposed to the courses that I like. Architecture is my favourite field of study. Graphic design and game design courses are so attractive too,” he said.

Another SMK Tinggi Kajang student, Britney Chin, shared with her plans on studying animation at Limkokwing University.

“This visit is very motivating. After touring in Cyberjaya campus and exploring my options I feel more excited to study here. I am interested in animation and I feel I can make my dreams come true at Limkokwing University,” she concluded.

The SMK Tinggi Kajang was established in 1919 (age 100) and originally known as the Kajang Government English School.

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