SEGi University’s Student Affairs Division held the 8th Student Intellectual Discourse entitled “Perceptions across Cultures”. There were 3 student speakers: Kavin Raj and Ng Yung Sern (Sam) from the Centre for Foundation Studies and Nwaibuike Uchechukwu Emmanuel from the Faculty of Engineering & Built Environment. The dialogue was moderated by Mr. Chandrasekaran, a lecturer from the School of Communication Studies.
The student intellectual discourse is a platform to enable students to exchange opinions and ideas about current issues in town, to encourage an open-minded generation who are willing to consider new ideas and arguments, and to develop positive characteristics and an active mind.
Well done to the student speakers for that insightful dialogue!