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Having studied in IUKL over the past few years and completing my diploma, I am happy to continue my studies here. Besides focusing on my studies, I have also actively participated in extra-curricular events. I keep the balance between my studies and extra-curricular activities. I believe that university life is not just about studying but being a part of everything else and enjoying every moment.
I choose IUKL based on the module and fee. The fee is affordable and the module is much related to the business field.
Moving from a traditional learning system in high school to university was not an easy journey. That is when I struggled to stay up late, meeting deadline for assignments and group projects and preparing for final exams. I am one of the IUKL Student Ambassadors. I help the Marketing & Communications Division during fairs and events. I feel great to be able to contribute my service to the university.
A friend of mine introduced IUKL to me and without hesitation, I decided to pursue my studies here. Looking at IUKL’s achievements, facilities and on-campus accommodation, I can be rest assured that my future is in good hands. The atmosphere here is calming and welcoming.
When I first applied to IUKL through the agent that I met at my school education exhibition and I wasn't expecting that in the end I will choose IUKL to pursue my degree in Business Administration majoring in Human Resource. Ever since I first came here, I got to meet many new good friends from various countries around the world, and of course some good local and Indonesian friends from other states as well. By having many international friends, I definitely am able to learn the cultures of other countries without having to go to visit those countries. And it is certainly good for me because my major is something related to people, so besides studying theories in classes, I can also practise those theories in my daily life.
After I finished my high school in Bandung, I started to think about pursuing my studies abroad. Because my brother works in Malaysia, I considered coming to study here. And after I took my IELTS test, I found out that the overall was only 5.0. The program that I chose is Bachelor of Business Administration, majoring in Management. I like to study in IUKL also because of the facilities around the campus. The apartment or the student residence is pleasant, the WiFi is 24 hours, the shuttle bus charges only RM 1 per ride. The location of IUKL is strategic, because it is near many places like IOI City Mall Putrajaya, The Mines Mall, and the closest is De Centrum Mall.
The environment at IUKL is what keeps me going. It is competitive but in a healthy way. My classmates are very helpful and we bond with each other well.
IUKL Library is the place I like the most. It is so comfortable. There are many books and references for my course.
In the BBA program you will be introduced to different and interesting subjects, such as report writing, professional communication, basic entrepreneurship, interactive skills, etc. You will learn about specific areas of business, such as management, marketing, finance, human resources management. In this field of study, you can choose a specific area for study and this opportunity makes this program more attractive. I miss the days when we spent time in the cafeteria after classes or on weekends, but now we have got a new and updated De Centrum with lots of shops and different types of cafes
The BBA program helped me grow not only as a management specialist, but also as a person. The university helps its students, because here you can find a part-time job during the semester, or you can go for your industrial training. Besides studying, you can involve yourself in activities to spend your free time. On campus we have De-Centrum mall. There you can go shopping or spend time playing in FIFA, billiards, or you can just hang out at the small and beautiful cafes serving different types of cuisine.
Malaysians are very friendly. I have made friends with some locals and people from different countries, so mixing around is not a big issue to me. I go to the library to get the past year question papers. Normally, library will be very packed during the final exam, hence I will not stay long. Once I’m done with my work, I will study at home.
Studying in IUKL has taught me a lot of things. I am satisfied studying here. All my lecturers are kind and approachable, the coursework structure is balanced, and the fees are really affordable. With the introduction of the tuition fee waiver, it encourages students to study harder and smarter. The course that I studied had taught me to understand the whole basics of management that eventually helps me to get along with other people in a new working environment later, ability to solve the problem, critical thinking, and risk taking.
I learnt about IUKL during an education fair at my school. There were many choices back then and medic was my first option. But after weighing the options and what I want to do in future, I decided to enroll in the Business school at IUKL. And my parents supported me even though at first they wished to see me in a white coat as a doctor. IUKL offered the shortest duration for me to complete my BBA. It is only 3 years and another reason is the 50% scholarship offered by IUKL in my first semester. The Tuition Fee Waiver is a motivation for the students to study hard and be the best that they can be. Apart from being the Treasure for SRC, I am also active in the Indonesia Students Society. I have also joined the dance club, Legasi Tari. I guess the love for art and dancing is always with us, Balinese. We usually meet up every Thursday to practice our dance routine.
My learning process is made easy with the help from lecturers and classmates. Being in a competitive environment at IUKL helps me to stay focus and alert in my study
Language used to be my biggest problem when I came here. I was afraid to talk with other people because of my weakness. But, one of my friends advised me to just “speak”. You will become better with practice. I help the Marketing and Communications Division to manage new students from China. I take them around the campus and help them with the registration process. It feels good to be able to help them. There is no reward in doing all this, but the satisfaction is what I look for.
I am happy to be part of the IUKL community. There are lots of new things I learn while studying here. I am also actively involved in the Cyber Club as the Treasurer. I am one of the IUKL Student Ambassadors working with the Marketing & Communications Division. I’m involved in marketing activities such as participating in education fairs and events.
IUKL offers the tuition fee waiver scheme which helps to reduce the financial burden of students and parents. Students are encouraged to concentrate on their studies and maintain good results to enjoy lower tuition fees. I actively participated in campus activities. I was a facilitator for the Orientation Programmes and represented the university in Marketing events such as the Education Fair in Mid Valley and Penang, to name a few.