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19 February 2016

[The Star] SEGi offers degree programmes in partnership with University of Sunderland

 

SEGi College Penang principal Cheah Teong Keat (second right) posing with the heads of the various schools (from left) Dr Joshua Loo Tech Khun, Puvintharan CM, Kelvin Tang Lim Tek and R.K. Krishnamoorty.

SEGi College Penang principal Cheah Teong Keat (second right) posing with the heads of the various schools (from left) Dr Joshua Loo Tech Khun, Puvintharan CM, Kelvin Tang Lim Tek and R.K. Krishnamoorty.

THE SEGi University Group (SEGi) has been grooming graduates from diverse backgrounds with exceptional foundation for career achievement and personal success for more than 35 years.

Today, it is one of the largest private higher educational providers in the country, serving more than 27,000 students through six major campuses in the Klang Valley, Penang and Kuching.

The Business School delivers innovative ways to learn – with traditional teaching supported by online resources within a virtual learning environment, supplemented by business simulation exercises and practical challenges.

Students have access to industry experts through guest presentations and lectures, and are given opportunities to visit successful companies.

 

The staff’s wealth of knowledge and experience is combined with a commitment to support the learning of each student.

The Bachelor of Science in International Tourism & Hospitality Management (BSc ITHM) under the School of Hospitality and Tourism is offered in partnership with the UK’s University of Sunderland.

It is the right choice for students who wish to pursue tourism or hospitality studies – with the combination allowing students to obtain the knowledge and exposure for both industries in one degree.

According to Guardian University Guide 2015, the faculty of Tourism, Hospitality and Events (THE) in the University of Sunderland ranks among the top in the UK for Satisfaction with Teaching.

The School of Engineering, IT and Allied Health Sciences has also established a strong partnership with University of Sunderland and University of Greenwich through its Engineering and IT programmes at undergraduate level.

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