IACT Alumni Highly Sought After by Employers the World Over

IACT College is famed for producing high quality talents for the creative communications industry since 1970. To date, IACT college alumni are found in Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, China, Australia, New Zealand and the UK. Most of them are holding highly coveted positions in multinational companies in diversified industries from Advertising Agencies, Corporate Communications right through to Hospitality.

Bruce Wong IACT College Alumni today the co-owner of a chain of F&B establishments – The Royal Flush, Tom, Dick & Harry’s Pub, Ali, Muthu and Ah Hock Kopitiam and Crazy Crabs when asked to comment about his education at IACT COLLEGE said : “IACT COLLEGE nurtured my creativity and encouraged me to follow my dreams. Plus Being taught by industry experts from creative industries painted a realistic picture of the working world.

Another alumni who has made IACT proud ventured into the entertainment world. Ashley Chan, a 2014 graduate in Diploma in Mass Communication is currently a Radio DJ for Capital Fm and has won the first Bella Awards ‘Bella Official Correspondent’ by NTV7. According to Chan, “IACT College is an experience like no other. It has groomed me and opened doors to kick start my career in the creative communication industry. I had, by far, the best experience studying there.

Recently, IACT College launched its first official newsletter, ENGAGED, which is one of the many initiatives to draw alumni, “home”. It will be an avenue for Alumni to reconnect to the institution and share their success and inspirational stories with the current students. And to date it has managed to reconnect with very successful graduates from many different parts of the world. IACT College is proud to have been a big part of their lives as well.

We don’t teach Creativity. We Inspire Creativity” says Penny Low (ex Academic, Head of Advertising) who has just returned to the college after over a decade of being out there in the Creative Industry. “During my tenure in the field I have worked many times with my ex students and it’s a very rewarding experience.