Category: WOU Events

Addressing talent demand in the country

There is market demand for digital entrepreneurs, gig workers and other digital professionals in the fast-evolving world of digital technology, signifying the urgent need for talent development.

WOU-ing Thai students with fun ways to learn English

Some 20 Thai students from Sri Songkram Wittaya School, Thailand had an unforgettable learning experience immersing themselves in a week-long English language programme at our beautiful seaside main campus recently.

Successful digital marketing career of Year 2 DiGiT student

An undergraduate student has found the skills gleaned from his Bachelor of Digital Business (Honours) [BDBS] programme at WOU to be extremely rewarding, in terms of employment and income – even before he graduates.

Nurturing creativity and innovation in students

The School of Science and Technology (SST) sought to provide valuable research and innovation experience to its undergraduate students undertaking their final semester project by organising WOUTech ’23.

Maintain a healthy body for a healthy mind

A State Executive Councillor made the appeal for individuals to safeguard their physical, emotional and mental health, and to make time for themselves, family and exercise.

Seminar to enhance students’ exam preparations

Over 200 Form Five students had a fruitful time attending a one-day seminar on answering techniques for their Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) examination at WOU’s seaside main campus on 11 February 2023.

Social stock exchange to drive community upliftment

The transformation of the stock market to support social enterprises must be the way forward to enable small and medium micro enterprises to gain access to finance from public markets.

Fulbright journey spurred academic’s interest in ODL

WOU’s School of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences senior lecturer Ooi Li Hsien, a past recipient of the prestigious Fulbright scholarship award, had the privilege of recounting his inspiring and enlightening Fulbright journey.

WOU is happy to lend ODL expertise

A three-member delegation from Universiti Malaya (UM) paid a benchmarking visit to WOU for the purpose of improving the university’s offering and delivery of programmes via the open distance learning (ODL) mode.

Making a difference for Climate Change

Climate change is now urgent. In order to make a difference, both technology, funding and management skills should be made available to communities, start-ups and non-governmental organisations (NGOs), who are at the forefront of climate action.

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