FIC opens branch campus at Sevenew Commercial Centre

Dr Tham (left) presents a memento to Ting.

Dr Tham (left) presents a memento to Ting.

MIRI: Fajar International College (FIC) yesterday marked another milestone in its expansion as the college opened a new branch campus located in Sevenew Commercial Centre, Pujut 7 here.

Occupying four shoplots, this new campus is equipped with up-to-date facilities to provide the best learning environment and affordable education for its students.

CEO of Fajar International College Dr Peter Tham said: “With the advancement of modern technology, up-to-date facilities form part and parcel of education and training in ensuring that our graduates fit into the industries. It is with this vision that we take this bold step to invest in this new campus to benefit not only our students but Miri city at large.”

According to Dr Tham, many of its students, especially from the Diploma in Occupational Safety and Health (DipOSH) were now gainfully employed with multinational oil and gas companies earning handsome salaries.

SUPP secretary general and BN candidate for Piasau Dato Sebastian Ting who officiated at the function said he was very happy to note that Fajar International College had assisted in providing education and training opportunities for the young workforce in Miri.

He noted that Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Adenan Satem was giving strong emphasis on human resource development to ensure knowledgeable and skilled workforce in the state’s development agenda.

Fajar International College branch campus at Sevenew Commercial Centre has about 300 students and its facilities include seven classrooms, one training room, a library and a computer lab.

Since its inception in 2009, FIC has produced over 6,000 graduates.