ATC wins the Malaysian Law Scholarship for the 14th time
Advance Tertiary College (ATC)’s Ms.Vivian Oh, has secured the 2013 Malaysian Law Scholarship by emerging the best student in the Intermediate (Year1) examination on the University of London International Programmes Bachelor of Laws (LLB). This is the 14th time an ATC student has won this prestigious scholarship. This scholarship has been established by the University of London and Kings College London and is awarded annually to an LLB student who is a citizen of Malaysia. The successful applicant may study on campus at King’s in London to complete their LLB degree
Global Institutions Symposium 2014
The University of London organised its Global Institutions Symposium 2014 on the 3rd and 4th of March 2014. The symposium was held in Congress House, London which is very close to the Stewart House, Russell Square which where the International Programmes of the University of London Is based.
ATC Dominates the Moot Scene
ATC has hit another milestone in its proud moot tradition. In the recently concluded 6th LAWASIA Moot Competition 2011, National Rounds, ATC emerged as runner-up and thereby earning the right to represent Malaysia in the International Rounds to be held in Seoul, South Korea in October this year. ATC mooter Mr. Alwin Rajasurya Anthony also bagged the Best Mooter Prize for displaying outstanding oratory skills.
ATC Celebrates Students' Success
The 15th of January 2014 was a day to remember for Advance Tertiary College’s (ATC) graduating class of 2013 as they celebrated their academic success in the 24th Annual Grand Convocation Ceremony. The ceremony was held at the Plenary Hall of the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.
Orientation Day and Recognition For Scholarship Winners 2014
The students from the January and April intakes of 2014 for all the courses offered at Advance Tertiary College (ATC)’s KL campus had a wonderful time during the orientation day programme organised by the college. The event was held at Olympic Hotel in Kuala Lumpur just a stones throw away from the college campus. About 140 students from the A-levels, the LLB programme and the Business school who had just joined ATC participated in the event. The lecturers from all these departments were also present to lend support and to join in the fun.