Doreen (right) in a photo-call with her eight students who took part in the AIAC pre-moot event recently.
KUCHING: Segi College Sarawak can look into enhancing their courses to make them more affordable in the future.
In suggesting this, Assistant Minister of Youth and Sports Datuk Snowdan Lawan also acknowledges Segi College as an institution that is responsible in and committed to allowing students to pursue academic excellence.
“High-quality education is a long-term matter, one that incurs costs to pursue. It is our hope that we could reclassify such costs to be affordable (for students) and within their reach.
“Therefore, it is my sincere hope that Segi College could innovate and make them (courses) more affordable in the future, especially for the needy (students), through wider and bigger scholarship coverage,” he said at Segi Law Society’s ‘Annual Dinner cum Prom Night’ in UCSI Hotel here last Saturday.
His text-of-speech was delivered by Sarawak Sports Corporation (SSC) corporate management division head Gordon Hon.
Hon also announced a donation of RM5,000 from Snowdan to Segi Law Society during the event, where
Segi College Sarawak principal Doreen D’Orville was also present.
Later, Doreen presented eight Segi College Sarawak students with certificates of acknowledgement for their participation in the Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC) pre-moot event.