Several secondary school students visited Kolej International Graduate Studies (KIGS) Open Day yesterday to obtain information on the programmes the college offers for students after the Year 11 studies.
Among the visitors were 16 Year 10 students from Raja Isteri Girls High School (STPRI) and 13 from Katok Secondary School. They were accompanied by supervising teachers. The visit also served as a platform for KIGS to share courses available, and allow the visitors to view the final year students projects.
The four-day open day provides the public, professionals and employers to assess the college and its programmes.
The students also toured the Vibe Identity Arts and Design Exhibition that coincides with the open day event showcasing students’ art and design projects.
Organised by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities for the seventh time, the exhibition provides an avenue for an effective way of marketing and selling artworks or artefacts and promotes the creative industry as an income generation avenue.