Triumphant taekwondo team
THE MSU Taekwondo team of seven students had another major success in the Putrajaya Taekwondo Challenge 2016 held in MSN Sports Complex, Wangsa Maju, Kuala Lumpur.
The tournament was organised by Persatuan Taekwon- Do ITF Wilayah Persekutuan Putrajaya and supported by the Youth and Sports Ministry, Education Ministry, National Sports Council and International Taekwando Federation.
Various categories were contested during the tournament, such as Team Sparring, Individual Sparring, Team Pattern and Individual Pattern for both males and females.
The team from MSU won three gold, four silver and three bronze medals.
“I’m delighted and proud to have won the gold medals. This achievement will encourage other students to participate in sports rather than focus solely on academics,” said Bachelor in Human Capital Management student, Putera Shahrullizam Fadzli, who won a gold ( Individual Pattern) and a bronze ( Individual Sparring).
Other students who also successfully won gold medals are Diploma in Management student Aiman Rusyaidi Amiza and Bachelor in Biomedical Sciences student Charles George Gajim respectively in Individual Sparring. In addition, Charles also won a bronze medal in Individual Pattern.
Other students who also took part in this tournament were Hafizah Nabilah Noor Jamal, Muhammad Razin Hariz Roshdi, Yii Chee Sheng and Muhammad Syukri Lajin.
As Malaysia’s best teaching and learning university, MSU gives priority to quality education and the importance of learning experiences towards producing quality and holistic graduates.
Besides incorporating international exposure in the students’ learning experience, extensive industrial training components and personal enrichment competency elements are also blended into the programme of study to ensure the graduates’ employability.
Until now, MSU graduates remain the popular choice among employers. A graduate tracer study conducted by the Malaysian Ministry of Higher Education shows a 98.6% employability rate of graduates entering the work environment. This rate is the highest among all higher learning institutions in Malaysia.
The programmes the university offer meets the stringent standards set by both local and international bodies. MSU’s award- winning homegrown programmes are among the best in the region.
These programmes are meticulously crafted to enhance the graduates’ potential.
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The msu Taekwondo team of seven students had another major success in the putrajaya Taekwondo Challenge 2016.
With almost 30 years of experience, ATC has produced great results for the LLB and CLp programmes.