02 November 2017

Student win a Full Tuition Fee Waivers to Sunway College in Public Speaking Competition

“The global education system today is far too focused on standardised text. This approach is great at creating individuals who are intelligent, but has yet to create the kind that helps the society progress in meaningful ways. This text reveals nothing of their common sense or wisdom despite the fact that these qualities are enormously important in making the world a better place.” This was one of the points made by Shameena Gill of SMK(P) Methodist, Ipoh who took home the champion trophy at the Oxford and Cambridge Society Malaysia 15th English Language Event: Public Speaking Competition 2017 at Sunway College.

Shameena Gill

Team Triumph at Sunway College A-Level Maths & Logic Challenge 2017

After two rounds of competition, Desmond Giam and Sew Qian Hong of Chong Hwa Independent High School, Kuala Lumpur emerged Champion in the Sunway College A-Level Maths and Logic Challenge 2017, National Level.

The duo each won themselves a full Sunway College A-Level bursary and or a Sunway University degree bursary worth RM48,000 for studies in Actuarial Studies, Financial Analysis or Financial Economics, a certificate of commendation and an individual trophy. The team also received the Challenge Trophy and a cash prize of RM800 for their school.

Winners of the Sunway College A-Level Maths and Logic Challenge 2017 with Sunway College A-Level teachers and management team.

09 October 2017

Enhancing Students’ Experience through Competition

Over one weekend, 23 students displayed their innovative products and services at the 3rd Nurturing Business Champions (NBC) competition, hosted by Sunway TES Centre for Accountancy Excellence (CAE), Sunway College.

The champions, Jack Ng Wei Lun, Low Sindy, Jessica Ngan Keh Jinn and Tey Hsien Chyi of Team Vib! took home RM8,000 cash prize. The team of four developed and presented a new product named “Vib!”, an electronic device which uses vibration detection and sonar technology to transform any hard surface into a smart interface (touch screen).

Team DIA took home second runner-up. From left: Ng Zhi Qian, Goh Zhou Sheann, Melaine Mok Zi Qing, Teo Ee Sing, Nurin Syahirah Ishma bt Osman, and Ng Han Qi.

Sri Desa Learning Centre Student Wins Sunway AUSMAT Pitch Competition 2017

Lee Marsha from Sri Desa Learning Centre Sdn Bhd, emerged champion with her speech titled “Self Image” in the Sunway Australian Matriculation (AUSMAT) Pitch Competition 2017, winning herself a bursary of RM16,000 to pursue the AUSMAT programme at Sunway College.

Woo Yi Mun from Pusat Tuisyen Akademi Johan, who spoke on “Jury vs Judge” came in 1st Runner-up. Yi Mun won a RM12,000 bursary to pursue the AUSMAT programme.

Winners of the Sunway AUSMAT Pitch Competition 2017 with their teachers and judges of the competition, Vanitha (standing, 5th from left), Cheng Mien Wee (standing, 7th from left) and Alagarani. (Front row, L-R): Alexandria Goh Hui Yi, Jolene Tan Hui Ling, Woo Yi Mun, Lee Marsha, Judith Elise Gomes and Marcus Chai Zhen Yang.

28 September 2017

Sunway’s SEA Games 2017 Medallists Honoured With A Heroes Welcome

The Sunway University Bus, carrying our victorious 11 Sunway Medal Winners , arrived on campus escorted by Police outriders , to a huge fanfare …

Hundreds of excited and proud Sunwayians gathered to welcome back our heroes & to honour their outstanding achievements at the SEA GAMES 2017.

27 September 2017

CPA Australia x KPMG Undergrad Challenge

Three outstanding students from the Victoria University Undergraduate Programme, Cheah Luey Teng, Avelynn Michael and Poong Chun Leong participated in the CPA Australia x KPMG Undergrad Challenge Competition on 17 July 2017. Having successfully passed the first two rounds of challenges, this dynamic trio gained valuable experiences preparing and presenting to a board of professional judges from CPA Australia and KPMG Malaysia in their final round. Their impressive presentation won them the consolation prize and an internship with KPMG.

Boarding Pass to the Semi-Final Round

CIMP alumni won medals at SEA games

CIMP is proud of its two alumni who represented Malaysia at the SEA Games this September. Gymnasts Farah Ann Binti Abdul Hadi and Tang Ing Yueh both graduated from CIMP and were part of the gold medal-winning team at the SEA Games. Farah also won gold with her individual floor routine, nailing the final tricky pass. Ing Yueh also took home the gold medal on the vault and silver on the balance beam.