Dato’ Peter Ng
I know first-hand that education is about more than just academics alone. The holistic development of a child’s intellectual, creative, social, civic and professional skills together is what truly makes a well-balanced, educated individual. For this reason, I am proud to serve as the chairman of the board of governors for one of Malaysia’s established private schools: Sekolah Sri UCSI Kuala Lumpur. Since 1986, the UCSI Education Group has been contributing to the nation’s education landscape. Today, UCSI University, a subsidiary of UCSI Education Group, is a university that is in the top 1.1% in the world and in the top 10 of all universities in Malaysia, according to the QS World University Rankings 2022.
With the establishment of Sekolah Sri UCSI Kuala Lumpur, we have now embarked on spreading our educational expertise with new standards of both local national and international curriculums. The programmes offered take the best practices of school curriculums worldwide to offer students a comprehensive education with a strong focus on critical thinking to prepare them for tertiary education.
Aspiring to be one of Malaysia’s top schools, our goal is to provide students a disciplined, multicultural learning atmosphere, dedicated to all aspects of student development. At our school, children will thrive living in a stimulating educational environment while also receiving the attentive nurture and care necessary to ensure healthy and happy physical and emotional maturity.
Our dedicated teachers are trained not only to teach, but are also fervent advocates of the promotion of culture and multinational understanding – skills that are crucial to succeeding in today’s globalised world. Additionally, our nurturing yet disciplined boarding atmosphere and dedicated staff enable students to focus on their studies while also developing organisational and time management skills.
Please join us on our exciting journey as we strive to offer our students a revolutionary and wholesome education experience.
Dato’ Peter Ng
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