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In today’s digital age, it is common to go from a zero to a hero with just one click. YouTube sensations are created overnight. Funding of new projects is made […]
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It is no secret that the marketing and advertising industry needs to invest in developing creative talents. According to a study recently published by the Advertising+Marketing Malaysia, the online hiring for Advertising, […]
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Five exemplary Malaysian students have been selected as the IACT College IMPOSSIBLE Scholarship winners recently. These students were chosen through a rigorous application review and interview process, based on their academic performance, […]
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Saturday, May 30th, 2015 –“Creativity is an idea that is bigger than life! Don’t limit your idea in a box, open up and go beyond what’s already in the box!” […]
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#ProjectWarriorMy: Cancer Awareness Friday, May 29th, 2015 – IACT College students were ecstatic to organise #ProjectWarriorMy campaign in an effort to generate awareness for the breast cancer in Malaysia. The […]
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It was a proud day for students, parents and lecturers as IACT College celebrated its convocation on April 25th, 2015. Held at Eastin Hotel, Petaling Jaya, the 227 graduates from […]
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Finally, IACT College has its very own annual editorial workshop that offers more to writing lovers. IACT College embarked on a new tradition on April 22, 2015 with the debut […]
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Thirty one “creative protégés” participated in Workshop IMPossible on the 7th March 2015 at IACT College. The second instalment of the workshop was all about EXPLORING CREATIVITY for participants to unleash […]
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IACT College’s First IACT Race Saturday, February 28th, 2015 – Forty students and staff took to the streets throughout Petaling Jaya and downtown Kuala Lumpur for IACT College’s first IACT […]
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Can Local Students Succeed in the Global Arena? Wednesday, February 11th, 2015 – Despite what many describes as an inferior education system to the United Kingdom, Australia and the United […]
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