Meeting with Chinese Service Center for Scholarly Exchange (CSCSE)

EMGS team recently had a virtual meeting session with the Chinese Service Center for Scholarly Exchange (CSCSE) on 24th June 2020. The session gave an opportunity to have a fruitful discussion about the issues raised regarding the international education services such as visa procedures and the future collaboration between EMGS and CSCSE.

The agendas of the meeting are as below:

  1. Introduction about EMGS, presentation on the landscape and institutions of Malaysia and the reasons international students choose Malaysia.
  2. Introduction about CSCSE – a public organisation under the Ministry of Education (MOE) of the People’s Republic of China.
  3. Ways to identify false documentation, quickly ensuring that certificates received from students are genuine when going through EMGS, so it would not disrupt on student enrolment in any university in Malaysia.
  4. Enhance cooperation for mutual benefits between Malaysia & China.
  5. A deeper discussion about the Visa procedure from EMGS.
  6. Discussion on future collaboration between EMGS and CSCSE in the enrolment of students.

The meeting was attended by EMGS representatives – Mr. Wafiy Abd Aziz (Deputy CEO), Ms. Helen Liu (China Special Division General Manager), Mr. Ramlan Abd Aziz (Senior Manager, ISMS), Mr. Mohd Dzulfadhly Rozelan (Associate Director, Corporate Strategy) and Ms. Eeling Chong (Regional Marketing Executive).

Accompanied by CSCSE representatives – Mr. Wang Yiwei (Director, Department of Overseas Academic Credential Evaluation), Ms. Cui Yining (Deputy Director), Ms. Gao Qiong (Deputy Director), Ms. Xu Jin (Regional Coordinator – Asia) , Mr. Ding Xu (Regional Team Leader – South East Asia) and Ms. Xing Jing (Auditor – South East Asia).

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Sarah Azreen Abdul Samat

Sarah has over 22 years of experience in corporate finance transactions involving equity issuance, mergers and acquisitions, fundraising, corporate restructuring, and corporate valuation, amongst others. She began her career in investment banking with Malaysian International Merchant Bankers Berhad in 2001 after obtaining her professional qualifications from PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Later in her career, she joined other investment banking institutions in Malaysia such as AmInvestment Bank Berhad, Maybank Investment Bank Berhad and RHB Investment Bank Berhad.

Presently, Sarah sits as Non-Independent Non-Executive Director of Reneuco Berhad and Independent Director of Pharmaniaga Berhad. She is currently the Executive Director of 3p Capital Advisers Sdn. Bhd., a company licensed with the Securities Commission Malaysia to provide advisory services to the capital market players.

Tuan Haji Ismail Bin Mohamed

Tuan Haji Ismail Mohamed sits on the Board of Director for Education Malaysia Global Services (EMGS). He obtains his Bachelor Degree in Business Administration from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM).

Prior to sitting on the EMGS Board, he was also appointed to be the Board of Director to KEJORA from 2013 to 2018, and several companies such as Permodalan Darul Takzim Sdn Bhd, Perbadanan Usahawan Johor Sdn Bhd, PIJ Holding and Ranhil SAJ Sdn Bhd. Tuan Haji Ismail Mohamed also co-founded Pertama.

He started his career by setting up a company and being the founder of JYBB Enterprise. His career came to prominence when he became the co-founder and the Chief Executive Officer of Pertama Polyerethane Technology (M) Sdn Bhd and subsequently became the Special Officer to the Minister of Education in 2013.

Ismail Mohamed is acknowledged for his expertise in Agriculture and Agro-based industry, landing him being appointed as the Chairman of the Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Committee of the Johor State, the Chairman of Agro KEJORA and the Chairman of the Johor State Agriculture, Agro-based industry, Entrepreneurial Development and Cooperatives Committee.