MoU Signed Between Sunway University, Euroasia Association, and Trinity College London

On February 3rd, Sunway University signed MoUs with Euroasia Association of Performing Arts and Trinity College London. Euroasia aims to develop the classical music scene in Malaysia, enabling talented young musicians to participate in jointly hosted competitions. Additionally, the university is now home to a new quartet ensemble-in-residence, providing Music Performance students with the opportunity to learn from their guidance and professionalism.

Trinity College London, on the other hand, is a leading provider of external music examinations. The collaboration means Sunway students will gain a more comprehensive study of music pedagogy. Being trained as both performers and teachers, they will ideally obtain a Sunway University Music Performance degree and a Trinity College London teaching diploma upon graduation.

The School of Arts harpsichord was also launched during the event. This makes Sunway the first university in the country to own the historical instrument. For now, there are plans for the harpsichord to be painted green with an "awan larat" motif, which is often associated with wisdom and humility.