As you pack your bags and say goodbye to all your high school friends, you may start feeling a little apprehensive. You’re getting ready to start a whole new phase of your life. Yeah, you’re excited but leaving your room, your friends, your family and the mamak down the street who knows your usual order by heart can be a little scary. To help calm your nerves, start thinking about all the amazing new things to do waiting for you at university. Obviously, with the right campus, those qualms would easily melt away. But you have to do your research first…
…and where else better to start then by visiting the universities that you’re interested in during their Open Day. Like the one coming up tomorrow (Friday) and over the weekend at the International University of Malaya-Wales (IUMW).
Catch a glimpse of what a vibrant student life could be by heading to IUMW’s charming campus complex located at the heart of Kuala Lumpur, on the 6th, 7th and 8th of April from 10am to 5pm.
With students from over 40 countries pursuing their higher education here, IUMW makes sure that the campus is a place everyone can call home. Holding true to their legacy as a premier international institution, witness the kaleidoscope of colours that make up the diverse IUMW community with these 6 images below…
As you can tell, life at IUMW is not all work and no play. The campus is bursting to the brim with exciting student activities for everyone. They are also the first university in the country that offers Dual Award with credit transfer options for their programmes. This option allows you to study for up to 3 years at the University of Wales. Upon completion, you will receive two degrees; one from IUMW and the other from the University of Wales.
And if you love travelling and experiencing new things, then you’re gonna love this part! Students get to study abroad at the United Kingdom for up to 3 years and that’s not even the best part–as part of the Dual Award arrangement, you get to spend one semester at the University of Wales without additional tuition fees. With just one semester in the UK you get to graduate with two degrees–as mentioned above–one awarded by IUMW and the other awarded by the University of Wales.
So if you are looking to study abroad at a fraction of the cost, this is the one and only opportunity knocking on your door!
To learn more about IUMW’s programmes, intakes, and events, visit their website by clicking here.
If you have missed the IUMW Open Days, not to fear! They’ll still there. Drop by their campus anytime and be prepared for a warm welcome by the friendly staff.
For more information, call 03 26173131.