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On Campus Recruitment
INTI's On Campus Recruitment is an initiative to provide students the access and exposure they need to secure jobs with top local and international employers. The programme, which includes resume writing workshops, mock interviews, personal grooming and conversational skills, equips them with the soft skills necessary to get the job they want.

Recruitment and hiring managers from a variety of organisations are invited to meet, interview and assess these students on campus before they graduate - making this a much more efficient and simple interview process. The programme also helps students to track feedback from potential employers and updates them on offers they may receive.
Our students are the greatest testimonials for us. Check out what they have to say and see how far they've come since they graduated with us.

Job Title: Business Development Consultant, Oracle
Course of study at INTI: 4+0 Bachelor of Business Administration (Dual Major) Marketing and Management from the Northwood University, USA

Jake's impressive resume got him accepted into Oracle's competitive Asia Pacific Graduate Program, making him the only Malaysian graduate to win the multinational IT corporation's Leadership Award. No stranger to representing the country, Jake tells us how the opportunity to participate in several international conferences during his time in INTI helped him to raise his profile and boost his confidence.



I joined INTI because it was the only university which offered a holistic education. INTI enabled me to gain international exposure while maintaining financial flexibility. I had a great tertiary education experience in INTI and what I liked most about it was the opportunities available for students to explore various interests and develop their capabilities. The lecturers never spoon-fed us. Instead, they gave us various platforms to discover our capabilities and harness our potential.

My university experience was much more than just lectures and assignments. I was constantly challenged to get out of my comfort zone. One of my proudest accomplishments was being selected by INTI to participate in the 2015 World Business Forum on Leadership summit in Mexico City, which was a part of the Laureate Global Initiative. Not only did I get to represent INTI as a student representative, I was also one of three student broadcast anchors to be chosen from across 200 Laureate universities around the globe. I also had the opportunity to represent Malaysia at the Rotaract District Conference in the United States of America.

The exposure I was given in INTI developed me in many ways. After four years, I felt fully prepared to take on the biggest fear that many fresh graduates face - unemployment. Thankfully, my business degree from an American university opened up many doors for employment. I was able to be more selective of my future employers and decided on first class exposure by joining a good graduate programme. Together with the confidence I had developed during my time at the university, I successfully won a seat in the regional graduate program of a multinational IT corporation.

To make the most out of your university days, be daring and take risks. Make as many mistakes as you can now because you are young enough to get back on your feet. Although your time in a university may feel long, it will fly by without you realising it. The sooner you realise the importance of cultivating your passions and strengths, the more prepared you will be to face the hurdles ahead.

Meet Our Alumni
INTI alumni today are synonymous with impact and success. These entrepreneurs, innovators and leaders inspire current and future generations to pursue their passions from the onset of their academic journey.

Lau Seng Yee, Senior Executive Vice President of Tencent Holding Ltd and President of Online Media Group (OMG) joined a luminous list that includes Google's Eric Schmidt and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, when he won the Cannes Lions 2015. Media Person of the Year Award for his contributions to Tencent Online Media Group, China's most successful integrated online media matrix.

Dato' Danny Cheah is admired for his impeccable sense of timing, keen foresight and networking prowess. As the Executive Director of the Mammoth Empire Group, he spearheads one of Malaysia's most exciting property development companies, synonymous with one-of-a-kind residential, retail and hotel development projects such as the iconic Empire City.

Ng Cheong Choon turned a plastic device and a bag of rubber bands into Rainbow Loom - one of the hottest toy fads since Beanie Babies

Tan Kee Hian is the CEO of the NBL Asia, an organisation that aims to nurture future professional sports athletes in Malaysia.

Michael Teoh is the founder of Thriving Talents, a talent development solutions company focusing on the Gen-Y and Gen-Z workforce and an award-winning entrepreneur. He has worked with Fortune 500 companies across 38 countries, is a Special Advisor to the President of the World Youth Parliament based in Geneva and is recognised as Malaysia's National Youth Icon alongside Dato' Lee Chong Wei and Dato' Nicol David – and he is only 28.

Angeline Teh is currently a producer of the first ever sports show on Malaysian airwaves – Bar None – which is aired every Saturday at 10am on BFM, the country's only independent radio station.

Neoh Shan Qi is a Traditional Chinese Medicine physician and the founder of the Golden Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Hall – a TCM practice in Penang that offers TCM consultation, diagnosis, acupuncture, herbal prescriptions and cupping treatments.

Sheema Rajoo is currently an auditor with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), one of the largest professional services firms in the world. She is also the Programme Director for the Junior Chamber International (JCI), a global not-for-profit organisation of close to 200,000 young professionals and entrepreneurs, which aims to provide development opportunities that empowers young people to create positive change.