May 2019

Month

A total of 12 peer counsellors, 5 student volunteers and 4 registered counsellors (staff) joined a community service programme at Kairos Resources on 15 May 2019 to provide first-hand exposure to students as they mingled with high functioning special needs children, youth and those who are exceptionally advanced in learning. After a short speech, the...
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Committed to reversing the trend of children spending more time indoors due to technology influence and rapid urbanisation, two BA (Hons) Early Years Education (BAEYE) students from SEGi College Subang Jaya were inspired to submit a project paper themed Inspiring Outdoor Learning Experience in the run-up to the 7th Annual Early Childhood Conference 2019, that...
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On the 1st to 4th of April 2019, my classmates and I went on a trip to Bali, Indonesia with our lecturer Mr Robert Chia Peng Sun. The trip was actually planned in conjunction with the subject Fieldwork 2, where students are required to complete the assignment of the respective subject based on the trip....
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SEGi University formalised its collaborative research efforts in AI with MIMOS with the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) on 14 May 2019. The agreement was signed by Ms Hew Moi Lan, Group Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director, SEG International Bhd., and Ms Emelia Matrahah, Interim President and Chief Executive Officer, MIMOS, witnessed...
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A total of 14 selected peer counsellors attended training on basic counselling skills on 16th March 2019 to equip themselves with some basic counselling skills. The workshop, which started with some ice-breaking activities, was followed by a sharing session by senior members. They talked about their journey with the previous peer counsellors group. Registered counsellor...
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Student Affairs Division of SEGi University recently organised an Oath Taking Ceremony for Peer Counsellors and Student Volunteers on 15 March 2019. The peer counsellors took an Oath of Confidentiality, which is similar to informed consent for those seeking counselling services. While the student volunteer team assists in all events, including community work, peer counsellors...
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The Students’ Representative Council (SRC) of SEGi Penang gathered for a dialogue session with the SRC of Sentral College Penang to exchange ideas and share knowledge on various topics in a fruitful session at Sentral College on 19 March 2019. Some 20 SEGi Penang students spent half a day discussing the field of education, including...
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SEGi Penang mobilised a group of students to help the state government with their annual senior citizens’ appreciation programme, officially known as ‘Penghargaan Warga Emas Negeri Pulau Pinang’. Volunteers from the Students’ Representative Council (SRC) of SEGi Penang worked alongside government officers to ensure the smooth running of the programme by setting up registration counters...
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