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  PADI IDC Malaysia | instructor development course | scuba diving career training
PADI idc instructor development courses professional scuba diving dive career training and diver education course in Malaysia.
Malaysia is without doubt one of the best learning environments you can find.
Malaysia offers excellent and especially convenient diving conditions, attracting thousands of divers every year.
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 Malayasia 1994 - Education   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Education in Malaysia is a continuous effort to further develop individual potentials in a general and integrated manner in order to create an intellectually, spiritually, physically and emotionally strong individual who believes in God and strictly adheres to her/his respective religious teachings.
The division is responsible for coordination and supervision of Islamic education programmes and the posting and inter-state transfer of Islamic Religious Teachers for primary and secondary schools under the Ministry of Education.
District Education Offices were set up in June 1982 in all states except Perlis, Melaka, and the Federal Territory, to act as communicator between schools and State Education Departments.
asnic.utexas.edu /asnic/countries/malaysia/Malayeducation.html   (2044 words)

 Education in Malaysia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The education system is highly centralised, particularly for primary and secondary schools, with state and local governments having little say in the curriculum or other major aspects of education.
Only Primary Education in Malaysia is mandated by law, hence it is not a criminal offence to neglect the educational needs of a child after six years of Primary Education.
Malaysia introduced Western style school uniforms (pakaian seragam sekolah) in the late 19th century during the British colonial era.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Education_in_Malaysia   (5042 words)

 Education and Literacy in Malaysia
Malaysia has a diverse range of social services provided to Malays that are managed by the Government, but it is not considered a welfare state.
Education has high priority in the government and it receives the second highest allotment of funds (next to defense).
Free compulsory education is available to children from ages 6 to 16, with the option of attending another two years free.
www.asianinfo.org /asianinfo/malaysia/pro-education.htm   (156 words)

 Education Malaysia Asia Regional
This is the first time Malaysia is categorised as having high human development in...
This informed the choice of a university in Malaysia which is relatively cheaper but which also offers quality education.
was important as Malaysia was heading towards developed nation status by 2020 and to ensure that the Malays progress together.
www.iaswww.com /ODP/Regional/Asia/Malaysia/Education   (380 words)

 Malaysia Education
The higher educational institution is required to sign a Personal Bond prescribed under Regulation 18 of the Immigration Regulations 1963 as a guarantee that the person (student) to whom such a Pass is issued will comply with the provisions of the Ordinance and of any regulations made thereunder.
All applications, processing, approval and issuance of Student Passes or Visas are done in Malaysia, except for students from the People’s Republic of China (PRC) who are required to obtain their Entry Visas from the Malaysian Embassy in Beijing, Guangzhou or Shanghai prior to their entry to Malaysia.
Within two weeks of their arrival, the educational institution is required to submit students’ passports to the State Immigration Department to enable a Student Pass sticker to be affixed.
www.internationaleducationmedia.com /malaysia/visa.htm   (1936 words)

 International Higher Education--15/15
Molly N. Lee is associate professor of education at the Science University of Malaysia.
The effects of the economic slowdown and a national campaign to significantly increase the proportion of the population pursuing higher education (part of the government's "Vision 2020" plan) have swelled enrollments at public institutions of higher learning.
The number of annual student intakes in eight of the public universities is expected to rise from 45,000 in 1997 to 84,000 in 1999.
www.bc.edu /bc_org/avp/soe/cihe/newsletter/News15/text15.html   (1192 words)

 Tiger Conservation Education
The WCS Malaysia Program conducted research on the status of tigers between 1997-2001; the results indicated that tigers in Peninsular Malaysia were less than what was reported previously.
The Education Department of WCS based in NY, and WCS Malaysia joined together to conduct a preliminary “Teachers for Tigers” workshop in January of 2005.
At all levels, educators in the Southeast Asian region are not provided with accurate knowledge about tigers and in turn, inappropriate conservation messages and techniques are often being taught to children, undergraduate, and postgraduate students.
www.wcs.org /international/Asia/Malaysia/tigerconservationeducation   (616 words)

 Child Education Planning :: Malaysia
Children and their education are extremely high priorities for many families.
If planned early, an investment fund for educational needs has a relatively long-term objective, and it is set up with the hope that the fund will not be needed in the meantime.
The earlier you start your child's education fund planning, the more secure the funds will be when your child reaches tertiary education age.
www.ykconsultancy.com /article04.htm   (995 words)

 EDUCATION IN MALAYSIA: Knowledge Management and Dissemination
This blog is the personal thoughts & opinions of the writers on the state of the Malaysian education system, both private and public, the resulting products of the system as well as the job market in relation to fresh graduates.
Their accessibility combined with their reputations as leading journals ensures that there is a steady supply of good papers by good academics whose reputations are enhanced by publishing in these journals.
But in Malaysia they prefer in house, faculty and departmental bulletins where the board of editors publish their own or their cronies papers.
educationmalaysia.blogspot.com /2006/11/knowledge-management-and-dissemination.html   (3180 words)

 Malaysia - Values Education for Children and Young Adults - Living Values Education
Living Values Education in Malaysia (LVE) is in its 7th year of implementation.
NICE is an Institution of Higher Learning accredited by the Ministry of Education Malaysia and the Selangor State Department of Education.
The principal was totally committed to the aims and objectives of LVEP and she sent all the teaching staff to attend the program.
www.livingvalues.net /malaysia   (1391 words)

 WWF Malaysia - Projects - Education & Awareness   (Site not responding. Last check: )
For over 20 years now, the WWF Bata Mobile Education Unit has visited thousands of schools in the Peninsular, to ‘bring the forest to the classroom’ through slides, films, videos and quizzes.
Our Education Officers there conduct various camps, give talks and presentations, and take visitors out to the jungle trails to experience nature up close.
WWF Malaysia is often called upon to share our experience and expertise on issues related to the environment.
www.wwfmalaysia.org /projects/education.htm   (157 words)

 Mahdzan.com: Development of Graduate Education in Malaysia: Prospects for Internationalization   (Site not responding. Last check: )
At first, the need for graduate education in Malaysia was felt mainly by the universities themselves.
The minimum qualification to be a university lecturer in Malaysia was (still is in many campuses) the master's degree, most of which were obtained internationally.
As most of the new entrants into the graduate school would have had their education fully in BM, the use of the national language at the graduate level was a natural development.
mahdzan.com /papers/thaipaper00/03objectives.asp   (1074 words)

 Education UK Malaysia
If you are unsure about your next step in pursuit of your tertiary education, you may want to visit us at one of the following exhibitions.
If you want to study for a UK qualification while staying in Malaysia, check out our search engine for the wide range of options available.
List of universities and colleges that are particularly active in Malaysia and work with the British Council.
www.britishcouncil.org /malaysia-educationuk   (223 words)

It's a critical and potent ingredient in the management of change, ensuring that staffs are able to take full advantage of the constant stream of new technologies, new network structures, and new customer requirements in today's dynamic and demanding telecommunication markets.
Ericsson Education Malaysia (EAM) is based in Cyberjaya.
Malaysia is the primary education center for the Asia Pacific region.
www.ericsson.com /solutions/learning/malaysia/index.shtml   (413 words)

 WWF Malaysia - Newsroom - Press Releases   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Funds raised by this unique golf tournament will be in aid of WWF-Malaysia’s Environmental Education programme while at the same time help raise the environmental best management practices of golf courses in Malaysia.
According to Kate Lim, the Organising Chairman of the Golf For Nature Committee, environmental education among the young in Malaysia needs to be improved if Malaysians are to have a sustainable future in the coming years.
If you’d like to do your part for Environmental Education in Malaysia and get a chance to tee off with His Majesty the Yang DiPertuan Agong, call Sujatha Krishnan at 603-7803 3772 to book your flight now.
www.wwfmalaysia.org /newsroom/pressrel/2005/pr050302.htm   (434 words)

 Intel® Education Initiative
Intel Schools of Distinction to inspire and expand students' knowledge and enthusiasm for science and math.
The Intel® Higher Education Program is a worldwide effort that brings cutting-edge technology expertise to universities through research grants, technology entrepreneurship forums, and mentoring by Intel technologists.
The Intel® Learn Program and Intel Computer Clubhouse Network are after school programs that teach technology literacy and problem solving skills to underserved youth globally.
www.intel.com /education   (245 words)

 CfBT Education Malaysia | Home
CfBT Education Malaysia is a part of the CfBT Education Trust group, a leading British education consultancy and services organisation dedicated to the provision of education for the public benefit worldwide.
CfBT progressively adopts a consultancy role with its clients, addressing their challenges and specific requirements, from which a package of services is proposed and delivered.
In Malaysia, this will typically be to provide, performance manage and support teams of teacher trainers and teachers incorporating CfBT tried and tested methodology and materials.
www.cfbt.com.my   (157 words)

 Global Voices Online » Blog Archive » Malaysia: Reforming Education
The blogger at Cakap Tak Serupa Bikin analyses the statement on reforming the education by Malaysian Education Minister.
I am a lecturer in one of the private university that our goverment is so keen to promote to turn Malaysia into the centre of education.
We are seeing more of quantity rather than quality students, and I do not mean those bad apples are not entitled to a good education, it is just that they are not interested.
www.globalvoicesonline.org /2006/09/16/malaysia-reforming-education   (346 words)

I moved to Malaysia in March 2003 with my family.
Located at south-east Asia, Malaysia is the most developed Muslim country in the world.
There are over 4000 students from Malaysia (85%), Iran, Turkmenistan, Pakistan, Sudan, South Africa, Mozambique, Equatorial Guinea, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia.
members.tripod.com /m-saiedi/my_education_malaysia.htm   (293 words)

 RAND Worldwide® Malaysia | Corporate | Education Services
RAND Worldwide Education Services is committed to providing our clients with the most extensive, high-quality professional development programs in the industry.
By offering standard and custom training programs through a variety of delivery methods, RAND Worldwide Education Services provides clients with the highest level of skill they need to be successful.
RAND Education Services will waive the fee of the course if the overall evaluation of the class receives a failing grade from the students in the class, as based on the results from the Course Evaluation Form.
www.rand.com /my/education_my.htm   (309 words)

 Malaysia Education Yellow Pages   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The main aim of the International Medical University (IMU) is to improve the healthcare of the population of Malaysia and other countries of the Asia-Pacific region.
The internationalization of Japan has become an important issue that needs to be addressed as we approach the 21st century.
The premier college of music in Malaysia and the region offering formal education in contemporary music at the tertiary level.
www.website.to /malaysia/education/yellow-pages   (188 words)

 The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Education by Country - Malaysia
Malaysia’s premier interactive 24-hour & 7 day a week, education resource site.
A resource web site offering a series of annotated guides to the best resources for teaching at primary, secondary and terriary levels, as well as to sites for teaching and learning about Internet skills and how to integrate technology into the curriculum.
The TESL/TEFL amd Study Skills and Research pages are the two largest at present.
www.csu.edu.au /education/malaysia.html   (144 words)

 Open Directory - Regional:Asia:Malaysia:Education   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This is the place to find a list of schools online in Malaysia and find the sites of all universities in Malaysia.
When it is necessary to breakdown the sites by states, those subcats will be in the relevant states, linked from here.
Sites are listed based on the locality of the mother institutions, except (i) where the site is restricted to members in specific localities/areas in Malaysia or, (ii) the site is for Malaysians but the institution is overseas.
dmoz.org /Regional/Asia/Malaysia/Education/desc.html   (300 words)

We believe that quality education is everyone’s right.
Listen to Shakira, Brown, and Zoellick's call on global education
Together we will ensure that governments deliver the right to education for all.
www.campaignforeducation.org   (129 words)

 NCC Education Website
NCC Education is a global provider for Education solutions.
NCC Education qualifications range from ICT for schools to the International Degree Pathway in Business or IT.
NCC Education Computer Pioneers Annual Monitoring Visit to KDU Smart School Sdn Bhd, Malaysia
www.nccedu.com   (136 words)

 StudyMalaysia.com: Malaysian Education Guide Online
StudyMalaysia.com - Malaysia's Premier Education Resource Guide Online.
Study Malaysia Online provides comprehensive information on higher education system, various higher educational institutions, public universities, private universities, colleges, schools, foreign universities in Malaysia, the courses offered at certificate, pre-university, diploma, bachelor’s and postgraduate levels, study loan, scholarships, other education financing, career guide, study abroad, news in the education.
Also available are information on tourism, economy of Malaysia, Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysian Qualifications Agency, MQA, Education Associations, MAPCU, NAPEI, international students, who is who in Malaysian education, immigration procedures, institution search and course search.
www.studymalaysia.com   (116 words)

 Education Center - International Herald Tribune
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Masterstudies is an online listing service of educational opportunities for business professionals and students.
To search courses and programs around the world, from masters degrees to executive training, use the links below.
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