Wong Kin Tung
Wong has been the Head of School in a well-established international school in Perak, Malaysia and has held various teaching and leadership roles. He was one of the pioneer teachers in setting up the A-Levels Department. He was also assigned to be the Mentor Teacher for the delivery of the Cambridge Professional Qualification in Teaching and Learning to help teachers develop their professional thinking and practice, sharing good practices and developing a cross-functional based curriculum by making appropriate links between the local and international syllabi.
Prior to joining UCSI Schools, Wong was tasked to set up an international school as the Chief Executive and Founding Principal, with an experienced education provider that is affiliated to one of the largest private higher education providers in Malaysia. He led the School in stages of the process to be an approved Cambridge School with Cambridge Assessment International Education and joining the global network of Cambridge schools offering Cambridge education programmes. To enhance his insight into teaching and to be a competent and professional teacher, he completed his Postgraduate Certificate in Education (History) with Distinction at Queen’s University Belfast, a prestigious Russell Group UK university. He is also a CIE- trained teacher as he has completed the Cambridge International Diploma for Teachers and Trainers. In addition, he earned his Bachelor of Laws and Master of Laws degrees from University of London. He has obtained the Advanced Diploma in Accounting from the Institute of Financial Accountants, UK. He is a Life Member of the Queen’s University Alumni Association Malaysia and the Old Michaelian’s Association, Ipoh.