2 years ago

20 May, 2016


Organised by:
Malaysian Student Organisation (MSO)

Many Malaysian undergraduates find themselves in a dilemma when planning their lives after graduation. Should they further their studies or secure a fresh-graduate job? If they choose to further their studies, which program is most suited to their needs? What bumpy roads await them ahead the journey of life? Is working life any easier? How easy is it to secure a job here in a foreign land? Is it any easier going back home with an overseas degree?

Worry not as we will be addressing all these questions in our Teh Tarik Session: Torn in Between.

With our fellow panelists of UNSW Alumni and postgraduates, these questions will all be answered with different perspectives and point of view. They will be sharing their experience and thoughts about life after graduation.

Teh Tarik Session is a casual event that gathers our Malaysian student studying in UNSW to participate in series of discussion while having light refreshment (literally, with Teh Tarik and some kuih-muih)

Setting formality aside, this event wishes to strengthen the bonds between Malaysian undergraduates as well as tackle some of the intriguing questions they may have on the topic of life post-graduation.

Details of the event are as followed:
Date: 20th May 2016
Time: 7.00pm - 9.00pm
Venue: CLB 2, UNSW