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MDEC, UKM, MoE bring Digital Innovator Programme to secondary schools
The Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), the Ministry of Education (MoE) and Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) have announced the establishment of Digital Innovator Programme (DIP), Malaysia’s maiden secondary educational programme for talented young innovators.
Maxis eKelas’ first nationwide STEM contest challenges Malaysian students to explore space
Competition has already attracted more than 2.7k challengers since launch ‘Misi Jelajah Digital’ invites students to showcase coding, creative & design thinking skills
MDEC, Sunway Education kick off Malaysia’s first free coding school
A private, non-profit, tuition-free computer programming school has admitted its first cohort of students.
It’s not about what's free, 42KL is all about a continuous learning mindset
70% of students in France campus employed within a year or less of joining Structured not as an intelligence test but focuses on endurance & mindset
Malaysians must embrace life-long learning to remain relevant in post-Covid job market
As Malaysia’s digitalisation grows, upskilling and reskilling becomes more crucial. Thankfully, Malaysia is not short of institutions and resources to do so, thanks to the likes of Forward School, NEXT Academy and Akademi GA.
MDEC, MoE, Mosti Launch ‘Hour of Code’ #digitalraya Campaign, Encouraging Children to Learn Coding
15,000 students are expected to sign up for the second ‘Hour of Code’ in Malaysia 30 smartphones, 30 all-access passes to Virtual #mydigitalmaker Fair 2020 for grabs
TechSprint offers international recognised coding programme for Malaysian women
In collaboration with CodeOp based in Spain, to offer 11 week full-stack developer course Founders Vani Mahadevan and Purnima Wijendra look to address market gap they see
Local tech company to introduce robotics, coding to school children with new robot
Cytron Technologies launches rero:micro robot, a child-friendly robot kit.
Budget 2018 keeps Digital Economy momentum for Malaysia
It was not the dominant Digital Economy focused budget that some had hoped for, but there was still enough in the Malaysian Budget of 2018 to keep the nation on track towards becoming a winner in the increasingly digital world.
4Thirteen takes digital branding to a new future
A small Malaysian branding agency is slowly and quietly changing the industry.
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