Calling All STEM Enthusiasts: Join UTAR at The MIND & STEM Festival in Johor this 24 – 25 November 2023

Experience a STEM festival like none other with science experiments, games, interactive workshops and more.

Published 17 Nov 2023


If you’re passionate about all things science, maths and technology, then do we have good news for you!

Take a trip down south and join Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) at The MIND & STEM Festival 2023 happening from 24 – 25 November at Foon Yew High School in Kulai, Johor. Grab the opportunity to partake in interactive games and science experiments, workshops on how to enhance your brain power, as well as educational showcases by various industry giants, organisations and universities. In fact, expect to see more than 15 activity booths set up by UTAR’s very own science, maths and engineering students.

Organised by The Malaysia Mental Literacy Movement (MMLM) and the Kuala Lumpur Engineering Science Fair (KLESF) with support from other educational institutions, centres and industry, the festival is all about promoting STEM education and mental literacy including memory skills, critical thinking, speed reading and mental calculations. 

Interested to join? See details below.

When and where?

  • Date: 24 – 25 November 2023 (Friday – Saturday)
  • Time: 9am – 4pm
  • Venue: Foon Yew High School, Kulai, Johor 

No registration is needed and admission is free for all!

Why should you attend?

The event is a great way for you to:

  • Engage in science-related workshops, games and hands-on experiments
  • Gain knowledge through various talent showcases and exhibitions
  • Grab the opportunity to explore your future prospects by visiting various booths of universities and industry giants

Discover the thrill of learning at The MIND & STEM Festival 2023. Mark your calendars now.

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