The Business of Education in Malaysia

by Shaik Osman Majid I recently received an offer to teach, on a part-time basis, at an established private college. The first course was “News Management,” designed for final year undergraduates. The second, “Basic Journalism” was framed for a combined group of first- and second-year students. All were enrolled in a mass communications course leading to a degree (which will be awarded by a public university through a twinning [transfer] program). As a journalist with 23 years of experience and a former teacher, I would have had little difficultly handling the two courses. I like to believe my strength, besides writing, is teaching, a […]
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