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United Against Crime

In a move to create awareness that safety is everyone’s responsibility, the Sunway Group in partnership with the Malaysia Crime Prevention Foundation (MCPF) organised a Safety and Security Campaign throughout the month of August.

Sunway University-ECM Libra Scholarship serves to be fruitful

Sunway University’s alumni members Zar Chi Nway, Hnin Zaw Thu and Nguyen Hong Ngoc who have completed their studies at the university shares their experience and how they have benefitted enormously from the ECM Libra Foundation Asean Scholarship.

The ECM Libra Foundation Scholarship which was presented to the students in 2012 has changed their lives since and moulded them into well-rounded individuals.

The New Sunway University Student Council

By Natasha Ting, Vice-president of Sunway University Student Council 2016

June sees the footsteps of summer in the northern hemisphere and the last of the autumn leaves in the south. For the Sunway University Student Council (SUSC), it signifies a brand new chapter in its leadership. The inauguration of SUSC 2016/2017 at Sunway University, doubled as an appreciation ceremony for the outgoing board of directors and an official installation of the incoming board.


Sunway University hosted a Fine Art Graduation Show and Student Showcase, entitled ‘Spectrum’ at Sunway Pyramid from 30th August-4 September 2016. Aimed at celebrating the different variations in art expression and visual narrative...

YouTube Broadcast Box on campus

YouTube Malaysia, Sunway Education Group and Maxis brought the first ever YouTube Broadcast Box to Sunway University from 1st to 5th August 2016.  The YouTube Broadcast Box is a platform for budding content creators to kickstart their creative journey into creating content on YouTube.

Cinta Kinta Musical Benefits Jeffrey Cheah Foundation Community Scholars

In an extravaganza on the evening of 22 August 2016 benefitting the Jeffrey Cheah Foundation (JCF) Community scholars, renowned conductor Eugene Pook led the Kinta Valley Wind Orchestra (KVWO) through a mesmerising two-hour musical journey.


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