Fareena Azmi

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“We Are Our Own Worst Critic – a phrase that we often use for ourselves when we put beyond high expectation on ourselves. However, by taking in too much of criticism from cyberbullying and even body shaming, could result in severe mental health consequences. The Counseling Services of Student Affairs and the Chalkzone Academia had...
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In light of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, Chinese New Year, or also known as the Spring Festival, is celebrated differently this year. The Confucius Institute at SEGi University together with Shandong Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism, China organised an online Chinese New Year event themed “Confucius’ Hometown, Shandong’s Hospitality” to keep the festive spirit...
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Students might have different opinions, but they do not know how to channel it. Hence, the Counselling Services had organized the peer discussions group which is a platform for students to engage with each other by reflecting, learning and practice, especially during MCO which hinder the opportunity for the students to socialize before the new...
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As the Movement Control Order (MCO) been imposed by the Malaysian Government, the Peer Counsellors Group has shifted the role play session through Google Meet. The online role play sessions were held to further polish their basic counselling skills, where they would be taking turns to play different roles as a peer counsellor, a friend...
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SEGi University and Colleges (SEGi) has added a few more feathers to its hat with the recent win of six (6) recognition from the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) Malaysia for the assessment year 2018/2019, namely: 1.    SETARA 2018/2019 5-star rating for SEGi University in the Emerging universities (Universities which have been established within the last...
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