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QIUP’s first Virtual Open Week

Keeping up to its promise to make education accessible to the community, Quest International University Perak (QIUP) will be having its first Virtual Open Week (VOW) from April 28 till May 4.

Through VOW, students will be able to take virtual campus tours and at the same time communicate with the university’s counsellors and academics, including the deans and deputy deans of the faculties, through chat and video call functions.

Besides that, students will be able to browse through testimonials, videos, student awards and achievements as well as merit- based scholarships.

According to Nicholas Goh, Quest International University Chief Operating Officer, the university had decided to extend the open day due to the recent movement control order (MCO).

“Students are now given the opportunity to discover our university online. We understand that this is a challenging period for everyone, and the priority is always to be safe. But learning doesn’t need to stop. Our classes are proceeding online and our efforts to bring quality education will do so as well,” he explained.

VOW can be accessed at https://www.qiup.edu.my/e-counselling/

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Graduated from Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) Kampar. Proficient in both written and spoken English and Malay. Speaks fluent Tamil. Besides photography, she enjoys exploring new places especially heritage sites and loves street food. Joining Ipoh Echo has helped her discover her passion in Journalism.

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