SME Bank and INTI International College Kuala Lumpur (INTI) signed a memorandum of understanding paving the way for both parties to collaborate in the development of human capital for both organizations.
Signing on behalf SME Bank was Datuk Mohd Radzif Mohd Yunus, the group managing director of SME Bank while Jeffrey Goh, chief executive of INTI International College Kuala Lumpur signed on behalf of INTI.
Datuk Mohd Radzif said, “Through this partnership, SME Bank is able to get directly involved in creating dynamic and industry ready graduates who are equipped to face the challenges and reality of the working environment.”
“Education provides growth for individuals and is a means to improve lives. INTI’s goal is to transform the education experience across Malaysia by providing not only industry-relevant and career-focused education, but also by ensuring our students succeed and make their mark in a challenging workplace,” said Goh.
The SME Bank – INTI Corporate Partnership has two main components: the students’ program and the working adults component. Under the former, INTI students will be able to perform their internship, engage in real life projects and ultimately enjoy priority hiring for either full-time or part-time employment with SME Bank.
Through the latter, SME Bank employees will be able to enjoy free participation in any of the training programs conducted by INTI and at the same time receive special preference treatment for usage of INTI campus facilities. To encourage lifelong learning, SME Bank employees and their immediate family members will enjoy a rebate on the fees. SME Bank will also act as industry advisors and be involved in INTI’s coaching program.