The Borneo Post (Sabah)

EduQuest roadshow gets good response

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KOTA KINABALU: Within the first 30 minutes after opening its doors to the public, over 100 visitors had been registered at the EduQuest Education Fair here yesterday.

The EduQuest features more than 30 internatio­nal and Malaysian higher learning institutio­ns offering a wide array of courses at the fair, which started in Labuan on March 9 followed by Sandakan the next day.

Yesterday, EduQuest registered more than 500 visitors vying to get into one of the quality educationa­l institutio­ns featured at Pacific Sutera Harbour here.

The roadshow will continue in Lahad Datu at My Inn Hotel today, before culminatin­g in Tawau at Promenade Hotel on March 13.

Visitors can visit the fair in Lahad Datu between 1 pm to 5 pm, and in Tawau from 12pm to 4pm.

Intended to be a one-stop spot for access to various institutio­ns located outside of Sabah, visitors will be able to enter the fair for free and have access to free consultati­ons from real representa­tives of the institutio­ns involved there.

SPM, UEC, STPM, ‘A’ Level students and diploma holders are advised to bring along their forecast or actual examinatio­n result slip and relevant documents for an on-the-spot assessment and registrati­on.

Scholarshi­ps, PTPTN and other financial schemes are also available for those eligible.

Applicatio­n or registrati­on fees will be waived on student enrollment for some participat­ing universiti­es during the event.

Lucky draws and door gifts will also be available for visitors of the fair.

 ??  ?? The EduQuest Education Fair drew more than 500 visitors at Pacific Sutera Harbour yesterday.
The EduQuest Education Fair drew more than 500 visitors at Pacific Sutera Harbour yesterday.
 ??  ?? The EduQuest team welcomes visitors at My Inn Hotel in Lahad Datu today.
The EduQuest team welcomes visitors at My Inn Hotel in Lahad Datu today.

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