Sunday, May 26

SEGi students get A-Level distinctions


WELL DONE: Shally Heng (right) receives her award from Muhamad as SEGI International Bhd vice-president Datu Putit Matzen looks on.

KUCHING: SEGi College Sarawak rewarded excellent A-Level students with distinctions at a recent graduation ceremony.

Martin Tan chalked up an amazing triple A in Law, Business Studies Unit 3 and Business Studies Unit 6.

Shally Heng, Jonathan Tay and Chan Hui Hua who scored double distinctions were also among the top scorers.

Shally Heng & Jonathan Tay achieved the distinction for Law and Business Studies Unit 3 while Chan excelled in Business Studies Unit 1 and Business Studies Unit 3.

Those doing Business Studies Unit 2 had the most passes at 84 per cent followed by students of Business Studies Unit 1 at 82 per cent.

SEGi University College vice-chancellor Emeritus Professor Muhamad Awang handed over the awards at the ceremony.

SEGi College Sarawak principal Stella Lau said this year’s A-Level results registered an increase in student passes, attributed to the help given by dedicated SEGi College Sarawak lecturers and their encouragement.

“We also recognise the efforts put in by students to pass or better their results in the examinations,” she said.

A-level lecturer Png Su Ngo said those who passed their A-level could proceed to the Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from the University of London, UK.

“They are on their way to join the distinguished group of solicitors, barristers and judges in Malaysia and around the world who began their careers by obtaining law degree from University of London,” she said.