SEGi College is moving into a bright and exciting future. We continue to use sound leadership and strict governance. This ensures that we meet and exceed high standards in academic programmes, student experience, administration, and policies. Ten shifts were identified in the Malaysia Education Blueprint 2015-2025 (Higher Education). Empowered Governance, the sixth, grants higher education institutions greater autonomy, greater decision-making power and greater accountability. We now have the ability and flexibility to make our own decisions and can better manage our resources. This will allow us to become more innovative, effective, and responsive. We are committed to SEGi’s vision and mission. To achieve our strategic goals, we empower ourselves and work within the framework of Act 555 – Private Higher Education Institutions Act 1996. The College Academic Council is the highest academic governing body at college level. It was established by SEGi’s Board of Governors according to the College Constitution. This Council ensures that academic integrity and the quality of academic operations are maintained and work in harmony with our education strategy. The College Management Committee is made up of the senior management of SEGi. It was also created in accordance to the College Constitution. This committee is responsible for the overall direction of the college. It ensures that the appropriate operational strategies are followed and plans are put in place to reach our goals.
Excellent institution for both local and international students to finish their education.
A good private college in Kuala Lumur with a great environment and transportation facility, social attraction, and an energetic spirit to succeed
The most motivated college is very helpful in every way. Segi College Kuala Lumpur is a great place to study. It is very affordable and you can get a transportation allowance of more than Rm 100. It is easily accessible from anywhere.
Never study there. My god-daughter from Vietnam paid all fees, but her visa was denied and she wasn't able to get the money back. They claim that even if you only attend one class, they cannot refund. They never assist her in appealing on her behalf. They simply forward her the immigration letter and ask her to send it in. What do you expect from a student in vietnam? They should only have taken her money in full if she is able to get her visa approved. She was able to receive rm300 back for miscel fees only after several appeals and more than two weeks. She had to go back many times to appeal. Please take note, foreign students.
This is the worst form of administration you will ever see. Management is becoming worse and students will not be informed about anything. Even after 8 months, student's results won't be available.