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ALFA College Awarded ‘Tier 5 EXCELLENT’ Rating on MyQuest

ALFA College was awarded the ‘Tier 5 Excellent’ rating in the Overall College category of the Malaysian Quality Evaluation System for Private Colleges (or MyQUEST) for 2012/2013 by the Ministry of Education. The College was also recognized with a Tier 5 rating in two other categories — ‘Arts and Humanities’ for its Graphic Design and Multimedia programmes and ‘Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction’ for its Architecture and Interior Architecture programmes.


November 13 , 2015 / ALFA International College Sdn. Bhd. /

Architectural Workshop and Team Building 2015

Architectural workshop and team building 2015 was held at Dusun Eco Resort, Pahang with a participation of 36 students and 3 lecturers from the Architecture School. This yearly program was organized by the Architecture Club of Architecture Department, ALFA International College from 19th to 21st October 2015. ‘The Nature of

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October 1 , 2015 / ALFA International College Sdn. Bhd. /

Trip to the Art Expo Malaysia Plus 2015

Whether it is exploring the world of Salvador Dali, the quintessential work of Marc Chagall, exploded faces from Picasso, or perplexing abstract paintings of local home-grown Suzlee Ibrahim, arts have always been the lifeblood flowing through the veins of ALFA students. Armed with full stomachs from the breakfast they had

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September 22 , 2015 / ALFA International College Sdn. Bhd. /

Site Visit to Malacca City by School of Architecture

This semester, 36 students and 5 lecturers from the Diploma in Architecture had the opportunity to conduct a site visit to observe the cultural, heritage and modern Malacca city from 3rd to 5th August, 2015. The aim of this site visit was to study and analyse various aspects and features

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September 18 , 2015 / ALFA International College Sdn. Bhd. /

Study Trip to Kampung Idaman

The traditional Malay house is one of the richest components of Malaysia’s cultural heritage. Designed and built by villagers themselves, it manifests the creative and aesthetic skills of the Malays. This is a near-perfect house form which is appropriate to local climatic conditions and expresses the way of life of

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