The education system must be synonymous with the development of the country

PUTRAJAYA (April 23): Malaysia’s education system must be synonymous with the country’s development, said Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Zamburi Abd Kadir.

He said this is in line with changes occurring in new technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI).

“Balancing the country’s development and education system will continue to be essential. All of this will be considered when planning the next education blueprint from 2026 to 2035,” Lim said. He said this in a statement on Tuesday after making an official visit to Kokwing University of Creative Technology and observing the university’s efforts to promote technical and vocational education and education. training (TVET) programs.

During his visit to the university, Mr. Zambly said that Mr. Limkokwing is a pioneer in creative arts education and a pioneer in academic excellence in Malaysia, and that other private higher education institutions have various programs including micro-certification programs. He praised them for their efforts in providing TVET programmes.

He said these programs are essential to equip students with practical skills and knowledge to ensure they can contribute to Malaysia’s development and competitiveness on the world stage.

“Limkokwing has been operating campuses around the world for 35 years and is one of the universities that carries the Malaysian brand to other countries. I came here to see how it is done. Ta.”

“I heard that there are students from 160 countries here and this is a good achievement in terms of conveying the Malaysian brand to other countries,” he said.

Meanwhile, Limkokwing University Group Chief Brand Officer Datuk Tiffany Maree joins a new generation of leaders at Limkokwing as the university unveils plans to become Malaysia’s most advanced TVET platform. He said it was important to be empowered.

“Without a doubt, AI drones, meta-influencers, and all this new technology are already engulfing us in a crazy new digital world. Our human skills are also determining Industry 4.0, and AI “It should not be taken lightly because it can become insensitive at some point,” she said.

Limkokwing University celebrated a significant milestone on Tuesday with its latest global partnership with 15 prominent stakeholders from China, India, Australia, France, Indonesia, Timor-Leste, Canada and the United Arab Emirates.

This event is in line with the government’s vision for international cooperation in education.

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