FRIDAY, 27th MARCH
– A total of 70 students from four secondary schools took part in ‘Unilife’ programme in conjunction with Karnival Aku Mahasiswa Universiti (KAMU) 2015, recently.
Students form five and six from SMK Labuan, SMK Lajau, SMK Mutiara and SMK Taman Perumahan Bedaun participated in the programme, organized by peer programme, Pembimbing Rakan Sebaya, from Universiti Malaysia Sabah Labuan International Campus (UMSKAL).
According to the Programme Coordinator, Nur Iman Reedzal, this third time program aims to expose and give the secondary students first-hand experience on teaching and learning lifestyle in the university.
She, who was also UMSKAL Counselling and Psychology Officer, hopes that these secondary students will used their knowledge and experience gained as best as they could.
The programme aims to boost the students’ motivation and morale to study seriously, thus giving them the chance to enrol in university especially UMS.
“This is another of UMSKAL contribution to the local community in regards to higher education,” she said.
The programme was officiated by UMSKAL Student Affairs Department Assistant Registrar, Mohd Fadzli Sarudi, at the university foyer, Tower Building. Mohd Fadzli was representing UMSKAL Director, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Murnizam Haji Halik. –SS
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Source: Azri Onn