| Abdul Hakiim Yakof |
TWENTY-EIGHT Malaysian universities gathered for the first time in Sultan Muhammad Jamalul Alam (SMJA) Secondary School during an exhibition held at the school’s Mumtaz Room, yesterday.
The exhibition aimed at giving exposure to the school’s Year 11 students on the existence of higher institutions of learning outside the country and serving as a guide for them to be certain on the careers they want to pursue.
Hajah Hanisah binti Haji Muhammad, Counsellor from SMJA, in her capacity as a committee member said, “It is hoped that through the event, teachers and students will make the initiative to plan their future and take note on the credible institutes that offer opportunities for them to further their studies.”
The event was launched by Dk Hajah Rosnani binti Pengiran Haji Abd Rahman, Principal of SMJA, who also presented the exhibitors with souvenirs from the school.
She then visited the booths available at the event, enquiring on the courses they offered.
Malaysian universities and agencies such as Education Malaysia Global Services; Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM); Universiti Kuala Lumpur (UNIKL); Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur (IUKL); Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UNIMAP); Taylor’s University; Unitar International University; Curtin University, Sarawak Campus; Management and Science University (MSU) and more participated in the exhibition.