Promoting Lifelong Learning

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KOTA KINABALU (18/01/2023): Police are looking for a group of students who were allegedly involved in a bullying incident at a secondary school in Tanjung Aru here.

 

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KOTA KINABALU (14/01/2023): The Sabah government will give its full backing on efforts to develop the sole state-owned institution of higher learning, the University College Sabah Foundation (UCSF).

 

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KOTA KINABALU (13/01/2023): Those who are interested in learning the culture and customs of native groups in Sabah will soon be able to take up study programmes for certificate and Diploma level at Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS).

 

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(09/01/2023) If you are a student leaving school soon, it is better if you start planning for 2023. Before you start your career plan, you must know about yourself. All of us have our own passion something which makes us feel good. 

 

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KEPALA BATAS (08/01/2023): The Education Ministry has invited non-governmental organisations (NGO) with input on the issue of the dropout rate among students to share their findings with the government.

 

Announcement

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KOTA KINABALU (24/12/2022): The state government has allocated more than RM6 million to the Technical and Trade Training Institute (ILTP) for 2023.

 

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(07/11/2022) There are many more new or emerging careers in the pipeline. As students looking for career pathways, you must not be ignorant about these new emerging inventions. What are new emerging careers?

 

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Sabah villagers build makeshift bamboo bridge to help students go to school
KENINGAU (16/11/2021): Villagers at Apin-Apin here built a bamboo bridge to help Form 5 students to go to school after the road collapsed more than a week ago.

 

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