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College partners Malaysian varsities for leadership, academic excellence


An Islamic co-educational secondary school, based in Ikorodu, Lagos State has been selected for partnership, in the area of post-secondary studies by two top universities in Malaysia, Asia.

Linksbond College, founded in 2010 by its promoters, who are drawn from the banking and public enterprise sectors gives equal opportunities to Muslims and non -Muslims.

According to the vice chancellor of Malaysia Islamic Science University, Nilai, Malaysia, Prof Dati Musa Ahmad, Linksbond’s superb performance in the West Africa Senior School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE) and its exemplary education achievements has endeared it to the management of the institution, who are taking such step for the first time.

‘’We are impressed with the school’s performance and its unique curriculum, which places premium on leadership and academic excellence.’’ Prof. Ahmad said in a letter to the school’s management.

A letter from the International Islamic University, Kualar Lumpur, also expressed its willingness to collaborate with the school, especially in the area of admissions into the institution’s degree courses.

The collaborations are centred on offering students admissions into the universities, while they are also granted varieties of support in grading and international exposure, especially in the areas of camping, literary and debating exercises and mentorship.

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