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American Degree Transfer Program

When asked, if there is one word to describe Nilai University, with a smile, she answered, “Gratifying.” Lee Fei Wen, a semester four student of American Degree Transfer Program (ADTP), conceded that every experience and knowledge she gained so far has not only changed her to a better person, but they truly highlighted her university life.  

In pursuit of his childhood dream, Yuganesh Gunalan enrolled into Nilai University as a freshman in January 2015. To his delight, Nilai University has laid a path for him to obtain a scroll from The United States of America through the American Degree Transfer Program (ADTP).

“I had three months free after completing my SPM and my mum didn’t want me to sit around doing nothing, so she enrolled me in the Intensive English Programme at Nilai University (Nilai U),” explains Nur Dalila Asmadi, who hails from Bangi, Selangor.
Lim Hsu Zen admits to being less-than-attentive when she first enrolled in a Foundation programme in a university based in the Klang Valley. “To be honest, I spent way too much time in shopping malls, which were situated close to the university’s campus,” she confesses somewhat sheepishly. “I would try to catch a movie in between classes instead of spending time in the library.

Although a confessed “small town girl”, Lee Fei San is confident, well-spoken and comes across as a highly-educated individual. This should come as no surprise as her mother is a teacher who has instilled in her all the right qualities, especially the will and discipline to study hard. And that work ethic has paid some handsome dividends starting with the 10As Fei San scored in her SPM, which also led to her being offered a High Achievers Scholarship from Nilai University (Nilai U).

John Joan Gogo Awaji-Inwon has lofty ambitions as she hopes to study international relations in an American university and to someday represent Nigeria at the United Nations. Despite her tender years, Joan (as she is known to her friends) seems to have a very level head on her shoulders and already has her future path clearly mapped out. “I knew from an early age that I wanted to study abroad. It is a wonderful chance to learn and experience new things,” explains the 20-year-old who hails from the Andoni local government area of Rivers State, Nigeria.

“I know it sounds clichéd but I am really inspired by Hollywood and its films. Everything from the storytelling to the special effects is magical,” smiles the effervescent Cheyenne Tan Chya Ying. “Hence I have always wanted to be part of the process that produces such magic.” It was no surprise that the 17-year old lass from Kuching, Sarawak has her heart set on pursuing a degree in Film Studies in the United States of America.