Tri­umphant taek­wondo team

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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.

For more de­tails on pro­grammes of­fered at MSU, call 03- 5521 6868, e- mail en­quiry@ msu. edu. my or visit www. msu. edu. my.

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.

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