The third MSU Hospitality and Creative Arts (HeARTS@MSU) Carnival was held on their main campus recently.

With the main organizers comprising MSU’s School of Hospitality and Creative Arts (SHCA) students of Bachelor in Event Management (Hons) and Event Project, and co-organizers comprising students of Event Practices, Seminars in Tourism, and Project Management, there were seminars on music for therapy, the rise of TikTok singers, sensitivities in fashion’s cultural appropriation, and the challenges of smart tourism; as well as short courses on content marketing strategy, social media business, hair straightening, and SSM registration, alongside ENVEX (SHCA’s Entrepreneurial and Innovation Exhibition), Game Space, and MSU Rising Star competition.

The two-day event included other competitions such as Young Chef Battlefield, Waiter Race, Music Motion and Composition, Fly Your Ideas, and Spa & Beauty Fest; with Best Western i-City Shah Alam, Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur, Istana Budaya, Tourism Malaysia, Ormond Hotel of the Ormond Group, Tripfez Travel and Tours, Joanna Joseph, Kidd Nextdoor, MMTA Organization, Damian Mikhail Music, Amaze Creations, Maison Zachrin Jaafars, Khaibaha Cosmetics, Seri Wajah Muslimah Aesthetics, Warisan Spa, Hairbards Studio, Teenamanaf, Bayu Spa, Professional Culinaire Association, Home Delivery Business, JM Food Consultant, Mahsuri Food, Kampong Kravers, Troika Sky Dining, Sirah Heritage Holdings, Cakedina Pastry, St Regis, KL, and Kampunglah Salai Restaurant in the panel of judges.

MoUs were exchanged with Best Western i-City Shah Alam, Cyberview Lodge, Glenmarie Hotel Golf & Resort, Milano Jewellery, Beststar Travel Centre, and Nakasutra Music Event.

Management and Science University (MSU) is a Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), a global multi-ranked institution focused on building holistic human capital. Envisioning a better, more sustainable future for all, MSU champions equality by providing a level playing field across extensive efforts in transforming lives and enriching futures.

$!A Waiter Race was among the competitions organised during the two-day event.

As among top university in Malaysia and making an impact in Malaysia and Asia as well as globally, MSU prioritizes student development to enhance graduate employability. Its highly qualified academics and international visiting professors support a holistic curricular framework that delivers compelling learning experiences.

Blending technical vocational education and training (TVET) with traditional academic curricula, MSU enhances competencies with industry internship, community and creative entrepreneurship, as well as global exposure; empowering MSU graduates with the well-roundedness desired and sought after by employers.

Extensive partnerships and collaborations with more than 150 institutions in over 40 countries worldwide as well as with more than 2,000 industry partners enhancing their graduate employability.

MSU currently ranks in the QS Top 100 among the world’s top young universities; QS Top 200 among Asia’s best universities; QS Top 30 among Southeast Asia’s best universities; QS Top 301+ for Graduate Employability Ranking; QS Top 601+ of the world’s best universities in the QS World University Rankings (WUR) 2023 and Times Higher Education Top 401+ for University Impact Rankings 2022.

In QS WUR by Subject 2022, MSU has emerged as Malaysia’s #1 in for Subject’s Art and Design category, at World Top 151-200 list as well as places in the World’s Top 101-150 and Top 5 among Malaysia’s institutions of higher education offering Hospitality and Leisure Management programmes. Another category is Business and Management Studies, placing MSU in Malaysia’s Top 10 and World’s Top 451-500.

In all, as an applied, enterprise, holistic and international university, MSU offers foundation, undergraduate, postgraduate and flexible programmes through an entry system that facilitates admission of students from all walks of life, where it aims to TRANSFORMING LIVES and ENRICHING FUTURES.

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