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There are many reasons why Malaysia is attractive to many foreign students. Malaysian culture and lifestyle is unique due to its multi-cultural and multi-racial society.
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From Tenerife to Trinidad: corals and climate change in the abyss
In June 1770, the explorer James Cook ran aground on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia and became the first European to experience the world's largest coral reef, today a paradise for scientists and holidaymakers alike. Last year, the James Cook research vessel set out to encounter unique and unexplored corals, this time in the deep ocean. Led by ERC grantee Dr Laura Robinson (University of Bristol, UK), the team on board crossed the equatorial Atlantic to take samples of deep-sea corals, reaching depths of thousands of meters. On the expedition, Dr Robinson collected samples that are shedding light on past climate changes and she will share her findings at TEDx Brussels.
5. Investing in language
Some individuals learn a language for purely practical purposes. 'I learnt French for strictly professional reason sand as a means of communication with the inhabitants of the country I live in,' explains Angel, a Bulgarian IT specialist who lives in Belgium.
4. Youth mobility
Youth Exchanges help young people acquire important skills such as project management and teamwork. Such opportunities outside the school environment enable groups of young people to undertake a structured programme of activities (e.g. a mix of workshops, exercises, debates and role plays) in another country within or outside the EU for up to 21 days.
How to prepare for living abroad?
Adapting to work in a foreign environment is a skill in itself A person who works for a time in Spain, Romania and Sweden, for example, has learnt to adapt to different cultural patterns and knows how to work best and to cooperate with people there. These are very valuable skills. Someone working in a Latin country such as Italy, for example, would get used to managing flexibility, so when someone says '5 minutes’, they know that this may not be the same as 5 minutes would be to a German.
A ‘smart’ knife to fight cancer, crime and contamination
Cancer is one of the most challenging medical issues we face. In the United Kingdom alone, there are 300 000 new cases every year — leading to almost 2 million surgical operations annually. Thanks to ERC funding, Dr Zoltán Takáts of Imperial College London has developed a ‘smart’ surgical knife that can ‘smell’ the tissues it is cutting through — with the potential to revolutionise cancer treatment, as well as food and drug analysis, and research into the human ‘microbiome’.
Arts and Social Science at BERJAYA UC soon
KUALA LUMPUR: Having made its mark in the culinary arts and hospitality fields, BERJAYA University College (BERJAYA UC) is now expanding with new faculties, new schools and new programmes. Societal trends are also driving the strategic direction that BERJAYA UC is taking. New technologies and social media stimulate connectivity and creativity and there is a need for graduates who can make sense of these and related phenomena, young people who can connect the dots, see the bigger picture and understand the changing role of institutions and social practices.

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