Embracing a well- rounded campus life
INTEC Education College, Shah Alam Malaysia campus has more to offer than education and research facilities only. Its beautiful and green campus has a lot to offer, not only for students and staff, but also for a day trip.
You can enjoy your coffee and lunch in its cafeteria after a guided campus tour.
The campus is at a secluded area, far from the hustle and bustle of the city and it is easy to travel anywhere you wish to.
Other than catered buses by INTEC, students also have easy access to the readily available public transportations in the area – bus, KTM, airport and taxi.
It has its own information service centre for students, the library. The library was established in 1985 to assist students and staff in their studies and research.
Presently, the library has a collection of about 100.000 volumes which consist of books, conference papers, thesis and other print materials.
Approximately 205 serial titles are on subscription in hard copy and a total of 3,415 titles of journals in full text are subscribed from various online databases.
INTEC accommodates students from various overseas preparatory programmes with residential colleges – Cemara, Akasia and Cendana, located at Section 18 and Section 6, Shah Alam.
These residential colleges provide living quarter's facilities for almost 2500 students. Cemara, Akasia and Cendana Residential College is strategically located beside Mydin Supermarket, Giant Hypermarket, Ole- ole Mall and near a host of convenience stores and a park
These residential colleges ensure students have a smooth transition to university life through available guidance and support.
Events like inter- college sports, College Day, environmental campaigns, and a host of other activities are organised to provide opportunities and encouragement for intellectual and cultural exploration.
Students participate in non- academic activities that expose them to a wealth of intellectual challenge.
At the Cemara, Akasia and Cendana Residential College, students are offered a wide variety of outdoor programmes in the form of special interest camps like outings for leadership training and team- building.
There are trips ranging from three days to a week designed to suit the different needs of students and workshops that give students the opportunity to grow intellectually and socially.
INTEC nurtures well- rounded students who are adept intellectually, socially, physically, creatively and spiritually.
This development is accomplished by encouraging students to participate in art and music events.
Physically, students are encouraged to participate in sports such as silat cekak hanafi, teakwondo and sports tournaments.
Spiritually, Muslim students can attend spiritual camps where students learn how to pray, learn how to read the Quran, and listen to talks by the Ustaz. As INTEC strongly believes in cultivating the spiritual side of the students, Islamic and moral courses are mandatory courses for all students.
Students entering INTEC Education College have diverse opportunities for involvement in extracurricular activities. INTEC also gives students volunteer opportunities, such as assisting in soup kitchens and providing tutoring for orphans.
This will train students to manage their time and priorities and prepare them for real life thereafter.
Apart from focusing on the development of the students in terms of intellectual, social, physical, creative and spiritual, INTEC also gives students entrepreneurship experience where students are given the opportunity to participate in business projects.
The purpose of exposing students to entrepreneurship is so they can learn about customer service, conflict resolution skills, and take on increasing levels of responsibility.
This experience in entrepreneurship is important because universities and employers always look favourably on students who have work experience of some kind.
INTEC does not only aim at providing a well- rounded education to produce well- rounded students, INTEC believes it is important to train students to think critically so they live better lives.
Some of the methods used by the instructors at INTEC Education College to train and encourage students to think critically are cooperative learning strategies, case study/ discussion method, reciprocal peer questioning and conference- style learning.
At INTEC, its takes a student’s “Attendance, Attitude, and Participation” ( AAP) seriously. It believes that class attendance is important for successful achievement in college. Therefore, students are expected to attend all class sessions for each course in which they are enrolled and to make up for any work they miss during excused absences.
Besides overseas preparatory programmes, INTEC has introduced three Diploma programmes which are the Diploma of Business Management ( DBM), the Diploma of Public Management and Governance ( DPMG) and Diploma of Scientific Halal Practices ( DSHP).
To know more about INTEC programmes and application procedure, log on to www. intec. edu. my or call 03- 5522 7000.
The INTEc Education college campus in shah Alam.