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Roads of Improvement - May 2014

Posted on May 1, 2014 at 11:45 PM

Assalamualaikum, Salam Sejahtera and Kia Ora

Dear students,

We're entering May 2014. EMNZ hopes that the previous Easter Break has been filled with beneficial activities, be it through outings and sightseeings, projects and attachments or simply sipping a breathe of quality time alone or with others. Entering the new semester, EMNZ would like to suggest for all students to mapping their own roads to improvement. How can I be a better student? What possibly can I contribute to make my presence here in New Zealand more effective? What are other new areas of positive activities that I can chip in my participation? How do I renew my determination for success? Where can I get a proper assistance in refreshing my student life? All these self-questioning statements are meant for seek out feedback, whether it will come from others and it will be 'composed' by ourselves. 

It is also targeted to create a self-awareness environment. At one point or another, every student will have to engage with situations where accurate decision or wise choice is needed. Whatever the response and reaction might be as an output, it should be parallel with the person's goal, sense of mission or basic values, including the belief that self-improvement is good. EMNZ is always ready to be invited by students in this journey of improvement. Together, we can define our strengths and redefine or weaknesses. Through sessions of meetings and discussion, formal or leisure type, I believe we can make an attempt to approach improvement in academic matters as well as university lifestyle. EMNZ hope nothing bu the best for each Malaysian students. We believe that at this stage, most of our students are now ready and able to make decision on what's best for them and their future. But whenever it is needed, we will be there to listen, to guide and to support.

Looking forward to hear your next achievement. All the best.


Director, EMNZ

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