Get Rebates of up to RM1,000 When You Visit INTEC College's Open Day This August

Looking for a college that prepares you to study abroad? Find out how you can be a part of INTEC Education College and enjoy special rebates on their Open Day on 13 August 2017! Learn more here.

Updated 14 Sep 2017

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Are you looking to further your studies abroad but uncertain how to go about it? Well, you’re in luck! INTEC Education College will be hosting their Open Day on 13 August 2017 at their campus in Shah Alam.

The institution is a pioneer in international education in Malaysia, with various courses that prepare students like you for overseas studies.

INTEC Education College has a proven track record of excellence. It has well-established global partnerships with top ranking and highly acclaimed universities in many countries.

Some of their programmes include A-Level, American Degree Foundation Program (ADFP), American Credit Transfer Programme (ACTP), French Preparation Programme and the Middle East Programme.

Check out what the fuss is all about and join them on their Open Day!

When and where?

Date: 13 August 2017 (Sunday)

Venue: INTEC Education College, Shah Alam

Time: 9am to 4pm

Why should you attend?

INTEC Education College is offering special rebates of RM1,000 when you register on their Open Day!

You can also participate in fun activities when you visit, such as:

  • Nosh on the many offerings from food trucks
  • Explore their college grounds during their campus tour
  • Enjoy personal academic consultations
  • Show off your competitive streak and take part in interactive games
  • Stand a chance of winning exciting prizes in their lucky draw

So hurry and head over to INTEC Education College!

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