Event Date: 7 – 8 January 2017
After 29 highly successful education shows since 1987, we once again would like to invite you to The Star’s 30th Education Fair.
With over 150 local and international higher education institutions at Malaysia’s pioneer education fair, this is the perfect place to explore the possibilities for your future. Listen to talks by industry leaders, get free personality and career tests and speak to education consultants on various courses.
- Over 150 local and international education institutions
- Free Talk sessions on HOT career topics
- More than 10 million worth of scholarships and study loan
- FREE career path consultation
- Study Options from industry experts
- Career Guidance tips
- Free Career interest testing
- Wide range of choices from Pre U to Post Grad Programmes
If your interest lies in developing games but you’re not sure of the next move, visit the Star Education Fair 2017 next month for a clearer picture.
KDU University College’s School of Computing and Creative Media head Tan Chin Ike, who is one of the speakers on “The World of IT”, will focus on raising awareness of what game development is all about.
“I will talk about the career prospects in the booming game industry and breaking the perception that it is not suitable,” he said.
He said international companies have set up their branches in Malaysia and were looking for capable talents here.
“Malaysia is growing as a games hub in South-East Asia,” he added.
Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation vice-president of operations Gurpardeep Singh will focus on digital disruption driven by IT.
“What was once considered cutting-edge technology such as online shopping, mobile banking, social networks and many more, are now considered to be normal ways of engaging with the digital world.
“The future will see continuous waves of Digital Disruption driven by information technology.
“It is essential for future talents to know what sort of skills and attributes they require in order to drive these disruptions,” he said.
Taylor’s University School of Computing and IT dean Dr David Asirvatham will speak about the importance of blended learning and the development of e-learning and blended approach in Malaysia.
“Students will be able to access the latest knowledge almost instantly and will learn how to be independent by doing their own research,” he said.
He will also speak on Massive Open Online Courses.
The Education & Career Talks is organised by Star Media Group and Finance Accreditation Agency as our Accreditation Partner.
Event Date: 7-8 January 2017
Venue: Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre