College Life

Student Life

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Student Life Centre is the one-stop centre for the strengthening of our students’ skill to help them perform in their extra-curricular activities. Under Student Life Centre is our Student Affairs, and Student Representative Council.

Student Affairs

Introduction

  • Student Affairs strives to engage Vision College’s community through services and programs that makes learning fulfilling. Our strategic plans are designed to focus our efforts on providing students with a college experience where every student is supported by and connected to the campus, as well as developing our Student Affairs staff’s capabilities.

OUR MISSION

  • Foster involvement, growth, and development in safe, healthy, and inclusive learning environments.

OUR VISION

  • Foster involvement, growth, and development in safe, healthy, and inclusive learning environments.
  • Enhance infrastructure to provide excellent learning and service
  • Encourage healthy, ethical, and responsible behaviour
  • Provide guidance & support for students

OUR CORE VALUES

  • Responsible
  • Proactive and innovative
  • Collaboration and communication

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Student Representative Council (SRC)

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MISSION

  • To enhance student participation through student developmental programmes, sports, arts, culture, and social responsibility.

OUR VISION

    • To promote diversity, restructure and transform student governance towards a balanced and progressive student life.
    • Student-driven leadership
    • Non-rationalism and non-sexism
    • Cooperative governance
    • Accountability
    • Transparency

FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The SRC shall:

  • Represent students in college matters, including the formulation of college policies and procedures.
  • Promote academic excellence and a culture of study within the college.
  • Establish sub-committees as deemed necessary, provided that the SRC will devise means to manage such committees.
  • Account for its funds by producing and adhering to an annual budget, which shall comply with all college financial regulations, and shall present an audited financial report to a joint sitting of SRC.
  • Recommend to Management, after consultation with students, rules to determine the way in which the SRC and Student Affairs will conduct their affairs.
  • Report to students on the activities of the SRC by means of meetings, posters, newsletters, or other appropriate media.
  • Delegate other functions and responsibilities to the SRC.
  • Meet at least twice a month.
  • Allow a two-thirds majority of its members to call a special meeting.

OFFICIAL EMAIL ADDRESS: sa@vision.edu.my

Student Life

Club and Society

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At Vision College, we believe that all students should be well-rounded even beyond the classroom. Activities ranging from indoor to outdoor activities, cultural, social, religious, and adventure clubs will enable students to mingle and work together in teams.

Enrich your student experience here by getting involved in our wide range of activities, clubs, and societies.

BMeT Club

The Biomedical Technologist (BMeT) club’s objective is to gather students from Diploma in Biomedical Technology in order to remove the gap between senior and junior students, and create a talent pool that ease cooperation between members.

Advisor: IRMANISHA/FIORA

DHS CLUB

The DHS Club is open specifically for Diploma in Health Science students.  Since its establishment in 2014, a variety of activities have been conducted which focuses on exposing the students with skills and experiences that cannot be obtained in class. The club also serves as a platform for the students from different batch to mingle and improve their networking.

Advisor: HANNAH & KALAI

THE PHYSIO CLUB

Established in 2017, Physiotherapy Student Association currently composes of 24 students and 5 alumni. We have conducted courses annually to improve the students’ knowledge in physiotherapy.

Advisor: AFIQAH/KEETHA

LAW ENFORCEMENT STUDENTS ASSOCIATION (LENSA)

The purpose of LENSA is to encourage DLE students to actively participate in any activities to increase their skills, and expose them to experiences in terms of teamwork and leadership while studying at Vision College.

Advisor : IZWAN

THE LINGUISTS

The Linguists Club was established on November 2015, and it is facilitated by the English Department. Since the club’s establishment, a lot of activities have been carried out successfully. We accept students from any programme to join us.

Advisor: MELISSA/ZULAIKHA

CHINESE LANGUAGE CLUB (CLC)

CLC has been established since 2017. The initial purpose of the club is toencourage our Chinese students to be more active and take initiative in participating activities organized by the college. We hope to build a group of young people to be leaders who are able to lead and guide people, and organize and execute events through sharing their own culture with others.

Advisor: Suet Ling

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Student Activities

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The ECA programmes were established to promote healthy lifestyle, to instil a spirit of competitiveness amongst students and to enhance their wholesome campus experience.

Community

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Sports

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““The College is spacious and there are beneficial activities organised.” ”

Alexandrea Malinjang
Student

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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

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In line with our strong belief of being a responsible and caring corporate citizen, we strive to give back to the community through regularly organized activities by our staff and students alike.

Pink Ribbon Run

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Pink Ribbon Runs are organized annually in the month of October to promote breast cancer awareness. Health screenings (to Vision Diagnostic Centre), diagnostic mammograms and self breast check demonstration (in collaboration with LPPKN) were also held in conjunction with this campaign.

Blood Donation

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Hundreds of donors – from staff, students and public alike – donated blood for the noble cause of saving lives during the many blood donation campaigns organized annually.

“It is time to roll up your sleeve and save a life.”

Going Green

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Mindful of the importance of protecting our environment, many “Going Green” activities – such as recycling, gotong-royong, trips promoting the awareness of environmental changes – were held.

Visits to Community Centres

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Our CSR unit regularly visit community centres such as the old folks’ homes, orphanages and refugee camps. In addition to goods and cash contributions, various fun-filled activities were held with residents of the centres.

Safety Talk

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Mindful of safety for staff and students alike, officers from PDRM were invited to conduct talks on personal & public safety.

Entrepreneurship Day

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Entrepreneurship day was designed for our students to apply their entrepreneurial skills in a “real world” environment. For this event, students from various clubs and units set up their respective booth to conduct a one-day only “business”.

Staff Get-Together

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Various events involving staff such as festive gatherings, trips and movie days were organized to promote staff interaction, teamwork, and a conducive working environment.

Staff Student Bonding

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Diverse activities involving staff and students such as friendly sports matches, trips, dance competitions, freshmen activities were organized to promote greater interaction between staff and students.

Our CSR activity in the news …

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College Facilities

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“The resource centre is spacious & I like the ambience here as well as its complete facilities.”

Wong Jun Ling
Student

Hire Vision

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The graduates from Vision College are well sought-after in the market place. Mindful of this, HireVision was established as an “employment” portal with the aim of connecting our student graduates/alumni with our many partners.This platform provides two-way benefits in that it enables our graduates to better present their credentials to prospective employers as well as furnishing our partners with access to our pool of well-trained and quality graduates.We have successfully placed many of our graduates to work with healthcare providers both locally and abroad. Since 2005, health care providers that have employed our graduates include:

OVERSEAS

  • East Shore Hospital, Singapore
  • Reading Hospital, United Kingdom
  • Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore
  • Mount Elizabeth Hospital, Singapore
  • Maternal Fetal Medicine at the Mater Mothers Hospital, Brisbane, Australia

LOCAL

  • Mediviron Group
  • Columbia Asia, Puchong
  • Pantai Medical Centre, Ipoh
  • S.T. Chong Maternity, Kuantan
  • KPJ Tawakal Hospital, Ampang
  • Loh Guan Lye Hospital, Penang
  • Taman Desa Medical Centre, KL
  • Forrest Medical Centre, Kepong
  • Mahkota Medical Centre, Melaka
  • NR Diagnostic Centre, Shah Alam
  • Sabah Medical Centre, Kota Kinabalu
  • Sime Darby medical Centre, Subang Jaya
  • Subang Woman Scan Centre, Subang Jaya
  • Tawau Maternity and Specialist Hospital, Tawau
  • Sunfert IVF, Sunway Medical Centre, Bandar Sunway
  • Quality Healthcare (QHC) Medical Centre, Subang Jaya
  • Kota Kinabalu Women’s and Children’s Scan Centre, Sabah

INTRODUCTION

This scheme allows qualified EPF members to withdraw their savings to finance their children’s study. Withdrawals are allowed for local and overseas education. Members can apply for this scheme on every semester (twice withdrawal in one academic year), or every academic year (one time withdrawal in one academic year), or overall module fees.

Please contact the nearest EPF Office for more details.

MISSION

To provide students with career-related education, training, and skills.

VISION

  • To prepare today’s students for tomorrow’s communities and workplaces.
  • To develop comprehensive supports and pathways to achieve educational goals.
  • To promote diversity in workplaces.
  • To ensure lifelong learning and a sense of connection with Vision College through commitment and quality control.
  • To provide professional career counseling, career guidance, and relevant resources.

COREVALUES

  • QUALITY
  • LIFELONG LEARNING
  • TEAMWORK
  • INNOVATION

OUR STRATEGIC GOALS& PRIORITY

  • To provide programs, services, and activities, which enhance student learning, and support the success of our graduates.
  • To get our graduates into employment that matches their discipline, and to prepare their readiness for a career.
  • To continuously improve on the programs, services, and activities provided by Hire Vision through division evaluation.

OFFICIAL EMAIL ADDRESShirevision@vision.edu.my

JOB LISTINGS

Please contact suetling@vision.edu.my for more details on HireVision.

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