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Malaysia’s Leading Student Conference is Here & It’s FREE! Here’s What You Need to Know

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If you’re a student or young adult, then you’re in for a real treat!

Malaysia’s leading student conference is here and it’s FREE!

Why should I care?

This conference only happens once a year, and if you didn’t attend it, you’ll miss out on a LOT of important topics applicable to you.

This conference aims to grow our nation’s youth through important and relevant topics to the youth. Such as real-world issues students face, mental health, higher education reform and more.

Plus, to note how impactful this conference is going to be, here are some big names who will be special speakers during the convention:

  • Shahril Hamdan, the Information Chief of UMNO
  • JJ, radio & TV presenter
  • Qyira, the co-founder of Undi 18
  • Cheryl, the CEO of Pemimpin GSL and more!

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Since the conference will be conducted online, youths from ALL over Malaysia will have a chance to network and learn from each other’s experiences.

 

What will I get out of this?

Learning and improving ourselves is important, especially in this day and age. So, by joining this insightful conference, you’ll learn:

  • Leadership skills from industry experts
  • Critical thinking skills during open discussions
  • Awareness of real-world issues, and the solutions for it
  • Empowerment and how you can make an impact on your career and the country
  • And more!

More importantly, you’ll be part of a historical movement where your voice may be concluded as a suggestion in a reform proposal that will be handed over to the Ministry of Higher Education!

Yes, you can be part of this amazing step to make Malaysia’s higher education for the better!

 

So, what is this conference called?

This conference is called National Students’ Leadership Conference (NaSLeC) and it is open to all university students and youths.

What’s more impressive is that this huge event is organised and run by a student-led organisation known as HEYA.

Details are in the poster below:

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This is your chance to be heard as a youth and as a Malaysian. From this conference, you will be able to gain valuable insights and skills from the topics and discussions of the conference.

So if you want to make an impact, you can register here!



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