After SEGi held its extraordinary general meeting (EGM) recently, I was approached by a business reporter for an interview from top Chinese newspaper, Sin Chew Daily. He asked me about running a tertiary education institution during such trying times.
I told him that it is because of such unfavourable economic conditions, such as the weak ringgit, that SEGi is poised to draw even more foreign students. For these students, Malaysia is a cheaper tertiary education option. SEGi’s foreign students enrolment may rise by 35% in the next 2-3 years. In every problem, there is a silver lining. The news clipping below: