Heartiest congratulations to all successful graduates of SIDMA College Sabah for your accomplishment at the 6th Convocation Ceremony on 15th February 2020 at ITCC, Penampang, Kota Kinabalu.  Well done! This is a proud moment for all of you, your supportive parents, family and friends and communities who have always been there till this graduation. There are countless individuals who have helped emotionally, financially, and in various non-tangible ways to make sure the success of this graduation. Let this convocation ceremony be the beginning of more significant and impactful achievements for you to contribute back to your family, community, and the nation.

The convocation ceremony were officiated by Malaysia’s Early Childhood Education specialist, Prof Dr. Bustam Kamri. He expressed his pleasure to be part of SIDMA College Sabah 6th Convocation for the 411 Diploma Early Childhood educators. He commended that it was an exciting day as it marks another milestone in the graduates’ life. He added “I am sure it is a day full of anticipation, expectation, hopes and dreams as graduating means that you are now more equipped to face the world compared with when you first started your studies with the college. The scroll alone may not guarantee you success, but with your new knowledge, skills and values in a multi-cultural and multinational environments that you been enriched with, it will, as you step up to face the new levels, provide the confidence to take on challenges that life has in store for you.

Dr. Bustam also congratulated Dr. Morni Hj Kambrie (Chairman and Founder of SIDMA College) for ensuring that the college possesses resources relevant to the needs of its students to embrace the creative digital economy as well as the 4th Industrial Revolution. He said that the best investment that can be made is the investment in education, as education raises the potential of the students through value added, which in turn raises the potential of the industries and economics to perform well.

Earlier, Prof Dr. Morni welcomed and congratulated Prof Dr. Bustam Kamri for his continuous passion, efforts and supports shown towards the college; as he has been ever willing to be with SIDMA College students, particularly during this auspicious event such as this, despite his busy schedule.

Dr. Morni also felt honoured and acknowledged all the graduates, lecturers, families and the communities who have worked tirelessly for this moment, and he thanked them as well as wishing them the best in their future endeavors. To all the graduates, he reminded them that they are now SIDMA College Alumni, and he hoped that they will be proud ambassadors of SIDMA College; and we look forward to their continuous support and contributions.

He also mentioned that SIDMA College  prides itself in being the first private institution of higher learning in Sabah, offering more than ten academics programmes ranging from Foundation Studies, Diploma Programmes, Bachelor Degree and Master’s Degree in various field ranging from education to business, through its close network with Universiti Tun Abdul Razak (UNIRAZAK) and University of Cyberjaya as well as its own homegrown programmes; offering various fields of studies which are tailored to complement and supplement the increasing demand of the growing economies of Malaysia from its diverse industries. SIDMA College cordially invites SPM / STPM or its equivalent school leavers to pursue their tertiary studies at SIDMA College Sabah.

During the convocation, graduate Mellsie Morius received the 2019 Top Student Award for demonstrating her outstanding academic performance throughout her studies as she has strong determination to complete her studies with excellence result. Meanwhile, student Helmina Peter Rospin was awarded the SIDMA 2019 Chairman’s Award. During her studies she has demonstrated her exemplary effort in various co-curricular and social welfare activities; as well outside activities, particularly with the National Department for Culture and Arts (JKKN).

To all our graduates, may you always look back on this day as a memorable day of hope and promising life, and may it all be realised.

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