Established in 1974 as a tin-mining company, Sunway has thrived to become one of Malaysia’s largest and most formidable property-construction groups with 12 business divisions spanning 50 locations worldwide and a 14,000 strong employee base. The 12 business divisions are Property, Construction, Retail, Hospitality, Leisure, Healthcare, Education, Trading & Manufacturing, Quarrying, Building Materials, Commercial and Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT). Incorporated in December 2010, Sunway REIT is one of Malaysia’s largest REITs with an enviable portfolio of growing assets comprising retail, hotels and offices throughout Malaysia.
The United Kingdom & Eire Malaysian Law Students’ Union or Kesatuan Penuntut Undang-Undang Malaysia di UK dan Eire (KPUM) has acted as an umbrella body for all Malaysians studying English law for over 20 years. Established officially in 1979, we have constantly aimed to promote the interests of our members, which come from over thirty institutions in the UK and Malaysia, including universities and bar schools.
KPUM serves as a platform for students to meet with potential employers and future colleagues through various events; predominantly the annual Law Career Convention that is held in London during the Easter holidays. We aim to provide students with information about prospective employers and law firms as well as stimulate intellectual curiosity and knowledge about Malaysia's local legal scene.
iCUBE is a non-profit , student-led organisation that seeks to encourage entrepreneurship and innovation amongst Malaysian students in the United Kingdom, Ireland, USA and Australia. As the driving force of entrepreneurship and innovation amongst Malaysian students overseas, we strive to be a world-class platform for students to kickstart their ideas. We hope to go beyond just equipping student startups and connecting them to mentors, industry-experts and investors. By focusing on our vision , iCUBE aims to create a sustainable student entrepreneurs community by helping student-led startups thrive in the ecosystem and realise their goals.
Young Malaysian Engineers (YME) is a United Kingdom-based student organisation built to empower Malaysian youth in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths (STEM). Founded in 2016, YME is one of the fastest-growing, STEM-oriented student bodies with 600+ registered members and a combined 3500+ followers on all social media platforms. YME strives to provide a professional social platform where passionate and like-minded students connect with each other, as well as with experts across a wide range of STEM fields.
An organisation built on transformational theories to bridge the transition of Malaysian tertiary students into corporate careers. Recognising the importance of encouraging corporate-youth synergy, GenCorporate represents aspiring young Malaysian professionals currently pursuing tertiary education in British Universities and provides UK wide networking platforms for idea ignitions and career developments.
Conceived of missions in producing sustainable pool of talents, GenCorporate aims to tap into Malaysian’s youth potential and develop future leaders by enhancing employability of fresh graduates. By formulating channels of communication between prominent corporate figures and students, GenCorporate aims to spearhead effective dissemination of information, eye opening insights and experiences of esteemed corporate leaders through our GenCorporate events.
We are a professional non-profit student-run organisation which congregates aspiring Malaysian undergraduates who are passionate about Economics related pursuits in the UK, Ireland and MY. AMEU is fully committed to delivering the best events to promote economics and to create initiatives which are in the interests of students. Our efforts are reflected by widespread support from both organisations and students alike, and we aim to continue this momentum moving forward.
AMEU is fully committed to delivering the best events to promote economics and to create initiatives which are in the interests of students. Our efforts are reflected by widespread support from both organizations and students alike, and we aim to continue this momentum moving forward.
Malaysian Bioscience Scholars (MBIOS) is a student-led academic and inquisitive association that aims to serve Malaysian students in pursuit of bioscience careers all around the world. As such, MBIOS strives to enrich the bioscience students' experience with impactful events, academic assistance and debates on ideas based on our 5 founding pillars of Connect, Experience, Develop, Grow and Research within an increasingly significant and pivotal field.
The International Council of Malaysian Scholars and Associates (ICMS) is a non-profit professional network of talented and driven Malaysians, committed to the development of Malaysian Youths in three main areas: leadership capabilities, intellectual rigour, and career pathways.
Every year we work with leading Malaysian firms in their respective industries, as well as non-profits, to consistently deliver 2 international flagship events: Industry Insights (I2), and The Malaysian Public Policy Competition (MPPC). On a national scale, our regional events include Crisis and Communication workshops, Case Competitions, ICMS Ventures, and engagement sessions with industry leaders.