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Limkokwing University - Abeer Education to Study in Malaysia

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Limkokwing University

Limkokwing University of Creative Technology became responsible for graduating students who are capable of working in the market of demands since 1991. Here is the development procedure the university has undertaken to do so.

Applying national priority
Education became a national priority and obligatory in the sixth Malaysia Plan (1991-1995). This considered a leap forward in development after the recession in the 1980’s. to gain ground in the competitive market, Malaysia needed young people who are able to design, create, and strategize.


Creative Emphasis and Industry Focused, from inceptionLimkokwing Univ

Limkokwing university of Creative Technology was built up to help achieve the needed technological advancements through creative and skilled education. In order to achieve that conception, the university has partnered with well-established universities abroad in UK, USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, and also building up strong connections with the industry to foster the correct educational platform for students.

This was considered the initial step to guarantee the achievement of successful and rewarding careers to students when the university was first established. The university was by the that time perceived differently from various parties including parents who thought of it as a pathway to a creative careers, industry who thought of it as an opportunity to submerge more intensive skills and capabilities, and government who thought of it as a vital strategy to develop creative capital.
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