#SLTalk2020

Kuala Lumpur 07/03/2020

550 High School Leavers Discovered Their Ideals at #SLTalk2020

KUALA LUMPUR – #SLTalk2020 has kicked off on 13th February (Series I) & 7th March 2020 (Series II), and 550 high school leavers across the country have participated to gain exclusive, latest insights on shaping their tertiary education pathways.

Held at Axiata Auditorium & UKM Auditorium, #SLTalk2020 is empowered by Boost, MICPA, Yayasan Peneraju and Yayasan Khazanah. Among the highlights from #SLTalk2020’s  are Industrial Revolutionary 4.0, Mock Interview, Tips Resume101, UPU: Tips and Tricks, Education Fund in Malaysia and Introduction to TVET.

With the new ‘single window, single offer’ system introduced in UPU, the participants got to learn more on the recent changes in the system especially on Matriculation & IPG application process. They were also exposed to the tips and tricks of acing a scholarship interview by Khazanah’s & Bank Negara Malaysia interview panelist, via a conducted mock interview session.

Founder of Schoollah Malaysia, Lukman Khiruddin is excited to see how the fresh elements added to #SLTalk2020 will deliver an unforgettable, beneficial experience for the participants. “The world is changing, and we have to do the same. We are all set to prep up the participants on embarking their higher education journey, at the same time we are keen to introduce Industrial Revolution 4.0 and advocate for TVET education to the younger generation. It’s our first time to apply e-wallet as our payment mechanism as well, and we are excited to see how our partnership with Boost will impact the participants’ experience in #SLTalk2020 further.”

#SLTalk2020 has impacted over 550 participants that comes all over Malaysia.

Schoollah Malaysia has been committed to consult thousands of high school leavers in regard to their tertiary education pathways since 2014 via one-to-one consultation, #SLTalk series and large follower-ship of more than 21,000 followers across social media platforms. For more details, log on to Schoollah’s website, Twitter and Instagram.

To view our official event report, kindly refer to here – #SLTalk2020 Event Report