Students attend UNIMAS English Language Camp
By:Alexandra Lorna

SIBU: More than 60 students of SMK Sacred Heart here have attended a one-day English Language Camp at Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) Sibu Campus on Saturday (Dec 3).

According to UNIMAS board member Dr Gregory Hii, the camp aimed to improve English language skills for the students.

“With this camp, we hope it can help them greatly in their future careers, especially in international trades, and in their pursuit of knowledge in various fields.

“Of course, if they intend to register themselves as students in foreign, well-known universities, English language is very important for them as a way to communicate with others,” he said to New Sarawak Tribune yesterday.

He also said that the camp went smoothly which was organised with help from UNIMAS lecturers and staff led by Dean of UNIMAS Language and Communication Faculty Prof. Dr Ambigapathy Pandian.

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