Entri elitis…lari lari…

MIT Admission Talk and Admitted Student Meeting

Come and meet our admitted students to MIT this year: Ms. Oh Coyin and Mr. Avinaash Subramaniam! They are joining us for this coming MIT Admission Talk and Admitted Student Meeting and would like to meet up with alumni. The information of the event is included below:

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (MIT) CLUB OF MALAYSIA will give a free undergraduate admissions talk for students (parents also welcomed) who wish to apply to MIT this year or in 1-2 years.  The talk is in the Royal Selangor Golf Club, Jln Kelab Golf (off Jln Tun Razak), 55000 Kuala Lumpur at 1030am-12 pm, Sat 3 April 2010.  Dress code: Smart casual. MIT Educational Counselors and Alumni in Malaysia will share with the audience about campus life at MIT, what MIT offers, what to prepare for applications to MIT, Financial Aid and other interesting questions/topics raised by the audience.

This year, two Malaysian students successfully obtained admission to MIT and they will share their experience in MIT admission application with the audience. Please visit www.mit.edu for additional information on MIT, application procedures and financial aid.

Thank you. Hope to see you there.


If you are interested to know more about MIT (especially freshman admission), please come to the talk. I will not be there since I have an engagement at Melaka that weekend.

Here’s an old entry about my undergraduate days at MIT: https://suhaimiramly.wordpress.com/2009/03/19/my-undergraduate-days/


2 Responses to Entri elitis…lari lari…

  1. Ilovemath says:

    Hi Mr Suhaimi Ramly,
    I’m a Malaysian citizen studying overseas.
    I’m graduating this year, and will enter university next year.
    I’m interested in applying to MIT.
    May I know whether I should get interviewed in Malaysia or the country I’m studying in?
    Thank you very much!
    By the way, congratulations to Ms Oh Coyin and Mr. Avinaash Subramaniam!

    • suhaimiramly says:

      You can opt to do your interview anywhere that is convenient for you. Contact the regional chair of the country you’re in to be assigned a counselor (interviewer).

      I have interviewed expatriate students who go to school in Malaysia and I have also interviewed Malaysian students studying abroad who came back to Malaysia during semester break.

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