SEGi Lecturers Bring Innovation to Chinese Students

SEGi University’s commitment to academic excellence and global collaboration was recently highlighted when lecturers from the Bachelor of Electrical and Electronics Engineering with Honours programme participated in a one-week official teaching collaboration at Pingdingshan Industrial College of Technology, Henan, China, from 11 to 20 May 2024. This initiative underscores SEGi’s reputation for providing high-quality education and its dedication to fostering international partnerships.

The lecturers involved in this collaboration were Ir Dr Shamini A/P P. Janasekaran, Dr Noraidah binti Mohd Shariff, and Mr Chris Chong Hock Siong, all of whom brought their extensive expertise and innovative teaching methods to the classroom. They engaged with 80 final year students, delivering lectures that blended theoretical knowledge with practical applications, reflecting SEGi’s industry-relevant curriculum.

This teaching collaboration is a testament to SEGi University’s standing as a premier institution that not only prioritises academic excellence but also prepares students for global challenges. SEGi’s programmes are designed to meet the demands of the modern workforce, and this is evidenced by the university’s impressive graduate employability rate. According to a recent survey, 96% of SEGi graduates secure employment within six months of graduation, a figure that speaks volumes about the quality and relevance of its education.



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