In many facets of life, but particularly in education, cultural variety is essential. Every student in the globe has the right to an equal opportunity to receive a high-quality education, and we think that the potential of diversity will bring about a lot of advantages.
There will undoubtedly be cultural festivities and events in this multiracial country. Let's have a look at some recent occasions we have celebrated:
Sabah Ethnic Festival by MSU College Sabah
MSU College Sabah hosted the Sabah Ethnic Festival, which welcomed 582 students. As a collaboration between MSU College Sabah and the Sabah State Education Department, this programme was officiated by MSU President, YBhg. Professor Tan Sri Dato' Wira Dr. Mohd Shukri Ab Yajid. During this session, a letter of intent for collaboration between MSU and the Sabah State Cultural Board was also handed out.
Three competitions were held: dance, fashion show, and exploration.
At this ceremony, MSU College Sabah also signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) as a first step towards future partnership. Students are encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities in addition to their studies.
Kuala Kangsar Cultural Tour by MSU College Ipoh
MSU College Ipoh students got the opportunity to participate in an industrial visit at Perusahaan KF Kraf Labu Sayong and Homestay Labu Kubong in Kuala Kangsar, Perak.
The main objectives of this excursion were to give students the chance to interact with entrepreneurs and teach them about the technology used in Labu Sayong goods. It gave students exposure to the realities of running a business in the real world. Students would be given valuable skills for understanding past technology that is still in use thanks to the potter's explanation. Additionally, it enables them to expand their skill set and get a foot in the door.
Jolly Molly Xmas 2022 by MSU College Sarawak
This program is a platform to restore the aura of Christmas with the extended family of MSU college Sarawak at Aeon Kuching shopping centre. It involves all levels of religion and race. The students performed group dance and singing activities according to their respective majors based on the Christmas theme.
They not only perform, but they also compete among other majors. While various open competitions are also held especially for children and adults. Among the competitions are children's colouring competition, Family Puzzle, singing competition, Theatre, Stay Green and Save the Earth (Green) and Junior Top model competition. All MSU Sarawak lecturers also participated in providing support in the program. In addition, there are some Science students who open a booth to check the public's health level for free. For example, by checking sugar levels, high blood pressure and so on. At the end of the program, all winners receive prizes.