Tuesday, January 29, 2013

It's up to you what's next... [Sponsored Post]

Let's talk about life. We were all born into this world not knowing what the world has installed for us. As a baby, all we did was cry, sleep, poop & drink milk. Then we learned how to roll, sit, crawl, stand, walk and run. Maybe we can add in a little mumbling of words or making weird toddler sounds. Next, we were pushed into the beginning of the human torture of socialization, pre-school or some may call it kindergarten. That's where we learned how to make friends and learned how to un-friend those who made us sad, at least during that time we still have the guts to tell them straight to their faces "I don't wanna friend you already!". Sounds familiar? :)

After that, most of us were forced into the 6-long-years of primary school, just to study & learn things so that we can understand what the teacher teach when we're pushed into another 5-mundane-years of secondary school. Whether you enjoyed the 11-years of schooling really depends on your status quo in school, I can sadly admit that I was quite a wallflower & rather a pushover when I was in high school. Therefore, I'm not really fond of my life back then.

However, I remembered clearly one statement that my high school teacher taught me, "Whatever happens in high school remains in high school, just let them be because once you moved on from these shenanigans, things will get better." and truly, it did. Because it is true when they say that college or university is the best time of your life. Though, before you start 'living' your college or uni life, picking the right course and institute will either make you or break you for the rest of your life. Take a short journey through my University life from the collages below, these are some of the awesome people I've met along the way. :)

So you really got to have at least an idea of what are your interests and what do you want to do in the future. Then when choosing the right institute, research is the key. Doesn't matter where you get your sources from, internet, websites, facebook, word of mouth, advice from your parents and even from those 'ke-po' aunties & uncles keep nagging to you bias-ly about a certain university. Just listen to all of them but make your own decision at the end of the day.

A particular university that you may be interested to check out would be the KDU University College and they have 25 years of excellence for their School of Hospitality, Tourism & Culinary Arts. The SHTCA houses two departments (Culinary Arts and Hospitality & Tourism) with a wide range of programme offerings, and boasts of a long-standing partnership with the IMI University Centre (IMI), Lucerne, Switzerland. The partnership enables the school to offer IMI programmes in Malaysia, without students having to go abroad, hence making it the only Hospitality, Tourism & Culinary Arts School in Malaysia that offers a complete Swiss experience.

Here's more reasons why you should consider KDU's School of Hospitality, Tourism & Culinary Arts:

Hospitality & Tourism

  • You'll get native language lecturers - German & French
  • They have Research Clusters within the School
  • it's a Dual Award programme
  • the only one in Malaysia to have Corporate Communication major with CSR
  • Their partner University will pay an often visit to the faculty 
  • Learn through field trips
  • they have International Placement - HOSCO
  • Open Policy by lecturers
  • Flexible mode of fees payment
  • Enjoy life studying projects - Going bald for cancer, Walk for the Blind & etc. 

Culinary Arts

  • Their culinary lecturers are Master Chefs
  • The only University College that offers Butchery - perparing hams, bacon, sausages & etc
  • They do visitation to the professionals such as Chef Heiko & Creative Kitchen Planners
  • It is a Dual Award Programme
  • They often join & wins International Culinary Competitions
  • International Placement - HOSCO
  • Open Policy by lecturers
  • It is 70% hand on programme
You can always visit http://www.kdu.edu.my/ for more info or if you want to know more about students life & activities, you can check out http://campuslife.kdu.edu.my/

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