Our Alumni


Here, we're strong advocates of starting with the end.

So let’s allow some of the “end products” from our education system do the talking. Without further ado, here are some of our alumni, now young men and women in their next chapters. We'll let them tell their stories of how studying at Sri Emas has impacted their way forward.

Freedom to Learn

Ashley, 21

BA in Fine Art, RMIT University Melbourne (4th year)
Interior Designer and Construction Site Supervisor (Internship)
Malaysian National Dodgeball Player and Coach

The way we are taught and how the programme is planned out with coursework makes the learning way more interactive. It's very two-way so not only do teachers question us, but we also learn how to ask good questions. The coursework incorporates a lot of real-life situations for us to figure out and I've learned so many skills from this.

Social Intelligence

Nicholas, 23

BSc Biotechnology (ARCS), Imperial College London (2017)
Maxis Scholar and Cardiff 6th Form College Scholar
Pioneer Alumni of Sri Emas

I feel that the best thing that Sri Emas does with its learning culture is that they encourage students to be creative, to be novel, things that people wouldn't think about. There were so many instances where we were encouraged to think outside the box... in fact not just outside the box, think as if there were no box. There were boundless opportunities to create and to present.

Nurturing Talent and Confidence

Darren, 18

BA in Psychology (Hons), Segi College (2nd year)
Hip-Hop Coach
Represented Sri Emas at Hip-Hop International in U.S. (2015)

When I entered Sri Emas, I joined the Hip-Hop Programme and started learning about dance. I feel that through dance, I was able to learn to be more confident and courageous. At first, I was afraid to ask questions and I did badly at presentations. But through dance, I learnt to be more confident and that actually helped with my academic skills.

Positioned to Influence

Teck Yu, 23

BCom, University of Western Australia (2017)
Runs 9 businesses and is currently developing a city in Vietnam
Founder and Ex-Captain of the Sri Emas Dodgeball Team
Pioneer Alumni of Sri Emas

I really have to say that Sri Emas was a huge turning point for me. I used to be a real ruffian before coming to Sri Emas. I could barely speak English and was terrible in my studies. I'd been in 8 schools but couldn't find a fit because I was always causing trouble. Coming here, it was so different. It felt like home and I didn't feel pressured to get everything right.

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