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Double celebration for KBU International College

Double celebration for KBU International College

5 April, 2011

From left: Mr Lye Boon Han, Dr Christine Lee, Pn Siti Norbaya Daud, three Roll of honour students, Miss Felicity Dale, Dr See Hoon Peow, Mr Kevin Tan.

Double celebration for KBU International College


This year's Student Mega Survey has proved to be a resounding success with hundreds of students entering the competition to be in with a chance of winning an Ipod Touch.
From this years survey we discovered that 89 percent of students would recommend their course to others, 83 percent would recommend their centre and a staggering 97 percent of students use our social networking sites.
Bhavna A/P Ramesh, an IDCS student at KBU International College in Malaysia, was this year's lucky winner.
Bhavna chose to study an NCC Education  qualification after she witnessed a family friend embark on a great career as a project manager of a major telecommuncations company after completing the NCC Education IDCS programme.

"I'm so happy to have won this prize and I can't believe I'm the only winner in the world."

she continued "I can't wait to upload Lady Gaga and use the Facetime feature to talk to friends when I've set it up." Bhavna hopes to continue her studies with KBU and complete a degree and enjoy a great career in Malaysia.
The Student Mega Survey is a perfect opportunity for students to tell us how they feel about NCC Education and what they expect from us, in order for us to grow by implementing the necessary changes and increase student satisfaction.


Bhavna's big win meant it was a double celebration for  KBU International College as three of their students were also awarded Roll of Honour certificates. The award recognises great academic standards with students receiving distinction in their studies.
The students, Phang Jo Yee, Eng Lian Xun and Khor Xing Xian, were over the moon to be featured on the centre's homepage and are enjoying being centre of attention after all their hard work.
Eng Lian Xun, who hopes to start his own internet services company in the future, said:
"The IDCS is a good foundation to begin my studies in computing, I really enjoyed the Java module."
All three students are still studying at KBU and are planning on continuing their studies and maintaining a high standard of academic excellence.


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