Sunday November 12, 2006
The brainchild of UCSI corporate communications director Stephen
Ng, the Edu-Vans were launched two years ago, and have helped to
make learning fun for many students in schools.
“We want them to know that college life can be enjoyable,” said
“Quizzes are held to create the right atmosphere for learning.
“Freebies and other attractive prizes are given to those who
manage to answer the questions correctly.”
the Edu-Vans as strategic bridges which link UCSI with schools.
Come one, come all! Nothing like Edu-Jays
to brighten up your day.
So, when the Edu-Vans recently turned up at SMK Seafield in
Petaling Jaya, headed by music student and Edu-Jay Elaine Toon, the
students had a field day.
“It is a good way to keep away the examination blues,” said
“And we get to interact with our juniors at school.”
At the event, UCSI’s School of Management and Information
Technology also showcased IT projects to the students.
“The students are very enthusiastic about learning new things,”
said UCSI Computing Department head Chloe Thong.
“We hope to have more trips to schools in future.”
UCSI’s Edu-Jays will be making a special appearance at the CMC
Centre in Taman Connaught on Dec 16, from 3pm to 7pm, in conjunction
with this year’s Christmas Celebration of Love Carnival, a
month-long event jointly organised by the CMC Centre, Jubilees
Initiative Malaysia Berhad and UCSI.