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13 December 2015

[The Star] Reaching for the stars

 

Well done: Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh poses with Dr Tan (right) and SEGi College Kuala Lumpur principal Dr Doris Alexius who are both holding the six star certification.

Well done: Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh poses with Dr Tan (right) and SEGi College Kuala Lumpur principal Dr Doris Alexius who are both holding the six star certification.

 

UNDER the Malaysian Quality Evaluation System (MyQuest) 2014/2015, SEGi College Subang Jaya, SEGi College Kuala Lumpur, SEGi College Penang and SEGi College Sarawak each achieved amazing results.

SEGi College Subang Jaya achieved six stars in eight out of nine clusters that it participated in, making it the best performer among the SEGi campuses.

The six stars are for the following categories namely College-based, Arts and Humanities, Services, Education, Social Science, Business and Law, Science, Math and Computing, International Student Services as well as Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction.

SEGi College Kuala Lumpur obtained six stars in Arts and Humanities as well as Health and Welfare, Services, Social Sciences, Business and Law. It also scored five stars in International Student Services.

SEGi College Penang scored five stars in College-based, Science, Math and Computing, Services, Social Sciences, Business and Law and International Student Services.

SEGi College Sarawak garnered five stars in College-based, Arts and Humanities, General Programmes, Health and Welfare and International Student Services.

SEGi College Subang Jaya principal Dr Lisa Tan said: “We were surprised with the results but also very satisfied because this is an endorsement by the Higher Education Ministry that our college is doing well. We are among the best colleges.”

The results, she added, are possible thanks to hard work and team effort.

“We hope to obtain the maximum nine stars in the next MyQuest by ensuring our faculties maintain academic quality and also by providing adequate training to our employees.”

Carried out every two years since 2011, MyQuest evaluates the quality of higher education services by colleges, quality of programmes delivered at institutions and the international student services provided.

It rates private colleges from one (poor) to six stars (excellent).

This is a testimony of SEGi’s effort in equipping graduates with exceptional education for career achievements and personal successes.

This will lead to SEGi graduates being key industry leaders who can contribute to nation-building.

These efforts have earned SEGi numerous awards in other fields.

SEGi University obtained Tier Five under the Rating System for the Malaysian Higher Education (Setara) by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency in 2013.

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