Nanyang Press Release
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Nanyang Polytechnic students excel at UQ
During Semester One, 2008, students from Nanyang Polytechnic achieved exemplary results, and five
received the distinguished honour of a Dean’s Commendation for High Achievement at The University of
Queensland (UQ), receiving a GPA of 6.00 or higher.
These students have given permission for UQ to publicise their names:
Mr Zhi Jie Keith Low Bachelor of Engineering
Mr Yun-Xuan Low Bachelor of Information Technology (3 year)
Mr Aik Leong Bernard Tan Bachelor of Science
UQ congratulates these students and wishes them further success in their studies and a bright career.
40 students from Nanyang Polytechnic studied at UQ in Semester One, 2008. Students from Nanyang
Polytechnic have taken the different cultural expectations and challenges of studying at a foreign university in
their stride to achieve outstanding academic progress at The University of Queensland.
For more information contact Mr David Richards, Marketing and Business Development Manager,
International Recruitment and Marketing, UQ International, The University of Queensland, Email email@example.com
Why choose UQ? Visit us online at www.uq.edu.au/international to discover why UQ is one of Australia’s leading institutions.
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Mr Zhi Jie Keith Low received the distinguished honour of a Dean’s Commendation
for High Achievement in the Bachelor of Engineering program:
“Some of the things I like most about UQ are the helpful and approachable lecturers,
and the continuous assessment throughout the semester,which means all our results
don’t depend on the final exam alone.
“I have made friends from all over the world. There is no other place I have been where
there is such an opportunity to meet people from all over the globe.
“The field trips in my program were great and the companies welcomed us with open
arms, which further strengthened my belief that UQ’s chemical engineering graduates
have a great reputation in the industry.”