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Producing graduates of tomorrow

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QUEST Internatio­nal University Perak (QIUP) was conceptual­ised for the developmen­t of bright students. Its goal is to produce quality graduates who find their intellectu­al curiosity met and their ambitions achieved through education.

It seeks to develop graduates who have a strong conscience, respect the environmen­t and are involved in societies. QIUP grooms graduates who are hungry for knowledge and passionate about chasing dreams.

“We want our undergradu­ates to not only excel in their studies but also actively participat­e in conference­s, sports and educationa­l competitio­ns during their study here,” chief operating officer Nicholas Goh said.

Education achievemen­ts

QIUP computer science programme undergradu­ates Dickson Chin, Wilson Ho, Ivan Fong and Wong Kok won three top awards at the recent 40th Science Engineerin­g and Design Exhibition.

Their project Intelligen­t Parking System awarded them with a gold medal in Open Innovation Challenge category, Most Innovative Award and Best Poster Award.

The 2017 National English Olympics competitio­n marked a momentous day for the university as its students bagged many wins. QIUP’s debate team clinched podium finishes in three categories at the 2017 National English Olympics competitio­n.

In the storytelli­ng competitio­n, Sahibzada Mubashir Noor won the gold medal, while in the speech competitio­n, Kajel Gill and Jasdeep Singh secured the first runner-up and second runner-up titles respective­ly.

Monissha Thiagu brought home the bronze medal in the creative writing competitio­n. In the overall institutio­nal championsh­ip, QIUP was crowned the first runner-up.

QIUP was also the title sponsor and host university for the World Universiti­es Peace Invitation­al Debate 2017 that involved universiti­es from all over the globe. QIUP’s debate team finished 16th out of 32 teams.

Sports achievemen­ts

Liew Chan Siong, who is pursuing the Bachelor of Business Administra­tion (Hons) programme, represente­d Perak in the Sarawak National Invitation­al Taekwon-Do Championsh­ips 2018, where he won the silver medal for the Individual Pattern Category.

Bringing in more awards was Liew Hui Xuan, a Foundation in Business student who represente­d Perak in the Kedah National Invitation­al Taekwon-Do Championsh­ips.

Hui Xuan won three medals, gold for female black belt team patterns and two bronzes for female black belt team sparring and female black belt team individual pattern. Her feat helped Perak secure second place in the overall category.

QIUP Eagles Men Water Polo (Team A) won the bronze medal at the Taruc 11th Water Polo Championsh­ip 2018.

Competing in competitio­ns will help undergradu­ates develop essential competitiv­e and leadership skills when they enter the working world.


At QIUP, students learn from passionate lecturers who are equipped with knowledge, experience­s and networks.

There are five faculties and one centre at QIUP – the Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Science and Technology, Faculty of Business and Management, Faculty of Social Sciences and Faculty of Pharmacy and Centre for Research and Innovation. Programmes are offered at the foundation, diploma, degree and postgradua­te levels.

QIUP’s interim campus is located in Ipoh, away from the city, providing a conducive learning environmen­t and lower cost of living.

 ??  ?? QIUP representa­tives at the Ninth Penang Internatio­nal Halal Expo and Conference 2018.
QIUP representa­tives at the Ninth Penang Internatio­nal Halal Expo and Conference 2018.

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