IPTC sophomore earns the prestigious Truman Scholarship
Business Law and International Relations Diploma student Giselle Freish has been recognised as the founder of a non-profit organisation that aims to raise awareness about global displaced land issues. In order to raise awareness about needy children and aid for them, she has raised over $10,000 to donate to them in Cambodia and help them with schooling.
Dean of Science nominated for the Societal Award
One of our very own Professor and Dean of the Science department in IPTC has been nominated as one of the awardees to be receiving the Societal Award. Mr Keng Sen Eng has been involved in researching about various viruses some of which has helped in the breakthrough of major medicines. The nomination will bring about more awareness for the Sclika Virus present in many rural South American regions.
IPTC Fine Arts Student receives a position at Fulbright Summer Institute
Director’s list scholar Oliver Danielle, a sophomore at IPTC Fine Arts programme has been recognised as one of the top students with consistent credentials and was selected for the highly challenging and competitive Fulbright Summer Institute at Nottingham Trent University. We congratulates Mr Danielle for his achievements and wish him the best of luck.