Tan Ben Jane
MBA, University of Southern Queensland

Tan Ben Jane was awarded the “Highly Commended” Certificate by the University of Southern Queensland (USQ). She was one of only 9 recipients who received the certificate for the International Partner Student Awards 2012/ 2013 from USQ. The 9 recipients were selected from 14 USQ education partners in various countries around the world. Ben Jane was an MBA student from SEGi College Subang Jaya. Besides Ben Jane’s academic achievement of CGPA above 6.0, she was also selected because of her outstanding personal qualities and active involvement in community services.


Norshafiza Shamsuddin
MBA, University of Southern Queensland

“The programme has been created to be very flexible meaning I was able to optimise my ‘study’ time around my existing obligations. The weekend classes also allowed me to maintain my performance at work and still be able to make time for the most important people in my life – my family.”

“Anyone wanting to do their MBA should be prepared to put in the extra hours to ensure that they’re able to complete the programme, but at the same time make more friends and widen their social circle, after all, business is all about contacts and networking.”


 Ken Lim Min Chyh

Diploma in Music student, Ken Lim Min Chyh, played his way into first place for the piano solo performance at the 6th Malaysian Youth Music Festival 2011. This annual event is one of the initiatives by the Malaysian Youth Orchestra Foundation to promote positive musical activities and help improve the performing standards among music students.


University of Southern Queensland’s Outstanding Achievement Awards

The University of Southern Queensland’s Outstanding Academic Achievement Awards 2013 went to Jacklyn Tan Chye Lye, Shaminee Muniandy, Arvinder Kaur Mehar Singh, Nancy Thong, Tan Teck Yap, Tan Ben Jane and Jacklyn Tan.


Teh Ooi Keong
Recipient of the Dean’s Award upon graduation from the University of Southern Queensland Master of Business Administration (MBA)

“When I first received the email notification from SEGi, I was surprised and couldn’t believe that I was being presented with the Dean’s Award. …I could relate and apply the subjects that I studied to my everyday work environment which helped me to understand the content and get more out of the programme. I was also able to sharpen my business skills in management by taking the units that encompassed leadership, strategic management, organisational behaviour and the economic aspects of doing business.”


Kevin Liew Tze Ming
Multiplie distinction in the Edexcel A-Level

“I would advise all students to spend their study time effectively and attend your respective classes in order to fully prepare for examinations. Also, students need to give their full attention during lectures to gain important information that will not only help them pass but also to score well.”


Chiu Poh Seong
1st Class Honours in BEng (Hons) Electronic & Electrical

“I was never expecting to get 1st Class Honours, as I always felt that I was just an average student. I suppose all the hard work and extra hours after work that I had put in paid off.

When studying part time, it is never easy, because you have to juggle a lot of things, but I was determined to graduate. The First Class Honours came as a bonus”


Joanna Joy Ong-Balinghasay
Top Graduating Student from the International Diploma in Montessori Pedagogy

“I recall those days when I was taking my Montessori course part time. I would wake up at 5 in the morning, when my son, Lorenzo was not yet awake and start writing my essays. I would then set my books aside to prepare him for his playschool and then hurry to come home, breastfeed him, put him to sleep so I can dress up to go to the college and attend to the 3 hour lecture. After which I would quickly drive home to play with him and then cook dinner before my husband arrives home from work. I would then continue working on my assignments when my son has gone to bed and end my work before the clock strikes 12. And during this same time, I was pregnant with my second child, Mikaela.”

“Let me take this chance to thank the college that became our second home, a place that nurtured not just our brains but also our hearts. Thank you for the first class service, the state of the art facilities, and more importantly, the very dedicated and selfless professors who have continuously inspired us and made us believe that we too can reach our chosen destiny.”