Courses at Utar?s Kampar campus to begin on May 26

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The maiden batch of about 300 foundation students will be starting their course at the Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar) Kampar campus on May 26.

PETALING JAYA: The maiden batch of about 300 foundation students will be starting their course at the Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar) Kampar campus on May 26.  

“The students will be the first batch in the Kampar campus, and next year, it will include first-year students too.  

“It will be a gradual process of getting students there,” Utar council chairman Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik told the press yesterday.  

Helping hand: Dr Ling looking through the job application of Utar graduating student Ngo Kian Sen after the launch of the career fair at the Utar campus in Petaling Jaya on Tuesday. Looking on is Utar president Tan Sri Dr Ng Lay Swee (right).
Calling it a “historic day”, he also said that MCA president Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting would be officiating at the start of classes for the first batch of students on June 1.  

Dr Ling had earlier launched Utar’s third Career Fair at the Utar PJ campus, where companies and professional bodies have set up 33 booths. More than 2,000 graduating students are targeted to attend the fair.  

Among them was Michelle Shia, 24, an information system student who aims to be a project manager or a consultant.  

Shia said the fair could help job-seekers identify the right jobs according to their respective qualifications.  

“Getting a job on my own is more difficult than I thought but this offers me a range of prospective employers I can approach,” she added.  

The fair, from 10am to 4pm, ends today.


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