SPM Ramalan 2020 | A clutch from Swinburne

Written by Hoong Yit Gan

February 19, 2021

As Malaysians are getting use to the new normal, the Covid-19 pandemic has inevitably changed our everyday life. As the world finds new ways to survive, it created a Covid generation of SPM students who were forced to learn from home. Like it or not, it has not been an easy phase for teachers to deliver their classes effectively online as it is truly a challenge especially for the non tech savvy teachers.

Study Hub Student Advisory created the SPM Ramalan 2020 LIVE seminar for ordinary Malaysian SPM students so they stand a fighting chance through attending this affordably priced workshop. With a total of 8 core and elective SPM subjects our experienced tutors focuses on forecasting questions, answering techniques, hence providing a peace of mind for our fellow students.

We are delighted that Swinburne University of Technology, Sarawak, an Australia branch campus in Malaysia, saw our vision in helping students score well in SPM and committed to support 300 Malaysian students in the english language subject. As it is one of the subject needed to futher your studies, english is an important foundation for students to pursue their studies in any professional field, which is heavily needed for Malaysia to be a competitive business hub to attract foreign direct investment.  With swinburne’s help in assisting these 300 students, they wil now be better prepared in acing their SPM’s englsih language. With the mission of creating responsible and caring citizen for the future, swinburne is a multi-disciplinary education provider, offering a wide range of online and blended learning programs across engineering, culinary and IT, amongst others. 

You may find out more about Swinburne sarawak’s story and the courses they offer at : Swinburne univertisy of technology, sarawak

About Swinburne

Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus is the international branch campus of Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia. The Sarawak campus opened in Kuching, the capital city of the Malaysian state of Sarawak, in 2000.

The campus is a partnership between Swinburne Australia and the Sarawak government. The campus is part of a long-term strategy by Swinburne Australia, established in 1908, to globalize its operations and provide its students with international living, working and learning opportunities.

Since it was first set up, Swinburne Sarawak has been growing rapidly. The custom-designed campus has a current student population of 4,000. Apart from Malaysia, students hail from more than 60 countries, making it a truly international university.

you may find out more about Swineburne Sarawak’s story and the courses they offer at : Swineburne university of technology, Sarawak


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