The Faculty of Science and Technology at Sunway University recently launched its new programme, the BSc (Hons) Information Systems (Business Analytics) which focuses on the study of technologies and analytical skills, with core subjects on data mining, business intelligence, knowledge management, social media analytics and big data analytics in the Cloud.
Walkie-talkies across the hall buzzed in unison – it was the order issued by project leaders of the event, Yoon Peili and Angel Johnny Ting. In a blink of an eye, 1500 students flooded the Jeffrey Cheah Hall.
Sunway University Chinese Cultural Society successfully held its first ever Chinese Culture performance night recently. An estimated crowd of more than 420 people turned up for the event, with Sunway students and also students from other colleges and universities.
Every year’s April is an exciting signature month at Sunway with the Career Month specially arranged by Sunway Career Services. Themed “GET HIRED 2016”, the Career Month brought in various employers on campus with over 45 companies participating in this year’s career fair. This exclusive month allowed Sunway students to interact with employers through company visits, industry forums, career fair and talks, which further enabled students to explore current job market and be prepared with the most up-to-date knowledge, skills and attitude for better future employment.
Sunway Education Group Partners Sepang International Circuit
Friday, May 6, 2016 - 16:46
“We are happy to partner Sepang International Circuit. It provides our students and staff a view of the fascinating events and activities up close. As a recognised education institution both locally and globally, we value partnership opportunities that enable us to offer our students valuable learning experiences beyond the campus,” said Dr Lee Weng Keng, Chief Executive Officer, Education and Healthcare Division of Sunway Group at a partnership announcement with Sepang International Circuit (SIC) at Sunway University.
Jeffrey Cheah Foundation Provides Five a Firm Foundation for a Brighter Future
Wednesday, April 27, 2016 - 17:09
Last year, a deadly earthquake struck Nepal killing more than 8,800 people, injured more than 23,000 and triggered an avalanche on Mount Everest killing at least 19, marking April 25, 2015 the deadliest day on the mountain in history. Aside from the loss of life, was the widespread devastation; entire villages flattened and centuries-old buildings destroyed.