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Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Malaysia Public Policy Competition 2011


The MPPC 2011 Organizing Committee, on behalf of UCSI and the ICMS, would like to announce that we have, to date, received applications from close to 40 teams representing a cross section of prestigious institutions of higher learning including:
  1. London School of Economics and Political Science
  2. Singapore Management University
  3. University of Nottingham
  4. Methodist College Kuala Lumpur
  5. Stanford University
  6. Fairview International School
  7. Universiti Teknologi MARA
  8. Universiti Sains Malaysia
  9. University Utara Malaysia
  10. Monash University
  11. University Malaya
  12. Durham University
  13. HELP University
  14. University of Bristol
  15. Kolej Yayasan UEM
  16. Sunway University
  17. Cambridge University
  18. Williams College, Massachusetts
  19. Victoria University of Wellington
  20. University Tenaga Nasional
  21. University of Oxford
  22. I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University
  23. Lancaster University
  24. Imperial College London
  25. Taylors University
  26. UCSI University
  27. University of Western Australia
  28. Multimedia University, Cyberjaya
  29. University Tunku Abdul Rahman
  30. International School of Penang
  31. Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh
  32. Nanyang Technological University
  33. University Technology PETRONAS
  34. KBU International College
  35. International School of Kuala Lumpur
  36. Kolej Tunk Ja'afar
  37. University of Michigan Ann Arbor
  38. University Malaysia Pahang
  39. INTI College
  40. Brickfields Asia College
  41. University of Hong Kong
  42. The King's School
  43. Garden International School
  44. Kolej MARA Banting
  45. University of Warwick
  46. McMaster University
  47. University of Southampton
  48. Taylors College
The inaugural Malaysia Public Policy Competition 2011 promises to set a new national standard for serious intellectual discourse among our youth. We are indeed impressed with the quality of teams that have registered - many consist of distinguished student leaders with strong convictions of improving the national policy-making framework. Results of the preliminary round will be announced in exactly two weeks from today (8th of August 2011). Congratulations to all teams that have registered to be a part of this groundbreaking event.
The Finals Round of the MPPC 2011 is now open for a public audience. Just fill in the audience registration form here.


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