i-CATS TO ATTAIN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE STATUS BY 2017

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i-CATS TO ATTAIN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE STATUS BY 2017

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Article by Freddie Francis
Corporate Communications Executive

International College of Advanced Technology Sarawak (i-CATS) launches six programs targeting emerging industries.

Kuching, Sarawak (April 6th, 2016) – i-CATS has partnered with Infrastructure University of Kuala Lumpur (IUKL), Malaysia’s first infrastructure university campus, to introduce two new undergraduate programs namely, Bachelor of Business Administration in E-Commerce and Bachelor of Information Technology in Software Engineering, during the press conference at the i-CATS West Campus, earlier today.

According to i-CATS Chief Executive, Mr. Mohamad Isham bin Fauzi, he genuinely believes that these courses would help to fulfill the call for competent graduates for the today’s voraciously competitive job market as well as to help to cater the industries’ demand of qualified professionals in all business facets.

He reiterated this in the presence of the Registrar of i-CATS, Mr. Stanley Gona Chee Kiong and Mdm. Linda John Tambie, Corporate Communications Manager of Sarawak Skills Development Centre (PPKS).

In his special announcement on the i-CATS on-going process to achieve university college status by next year, he also explains that i-CATS has a heap of exciting new diploma programs that await school leavers including culinary arts, information technology (computer system), electrical engineering (power) and hotel management.

After the announcement, he then invited parents and students to walk-in for the i-CATS Open Days on April 29th till 30th this month as there will be many events to be held during that two consecutive days.

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Picture caption: i-CATS introduces two new bachelor degree programs at the press conference, earlier today.
Mr. Stanley Gona Chee Kiong, Registrar of i-CATS, Mr. Mohamad Isham bin Fauzi, Chief Executive Officer of i-CATS and Mdm. Linda John Tambie, Corporate Communications Manager of Sarawak Skills Development Centre (PPKS).


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