A staff of Universiti Tun Abdul Razak in Malaysia visits YU to make a promotional video for YU
Interviews professors, staff and students, and films the campus
Will make a 5-minute ‘Introduce YU’ video and promote it through SNS, Universiti Tun Abdul Razak’s homepage, etc.
[Mar 29, 2017]
<Ms. Intan Nurshiela Ahmad, a staff of Universiti Tun Abdul Razak, is filming 'Introduce YU' promotional video>
A university in Malaysia actively recommends study in Yeungnam University (“YU”) to Malaysian students. That is, a staff of Universiti Tun Abdul Razak in Malaysia is trying to make a promotional video for YU and ‘introduce YU’ to Malaysian students.
On the 27th of last month, Ms. Intan Nurshiela Ahmad, a 22-year old social media marketing specialist working at Universiti Tun Abdul Razak, visited YU, to make a promotional video for YU herself.
Ms. Ahmad, who studied in YU for 6 months in 2015 as a exchange student, said, “I came back to YU because I really wanted to let Malaysian students know about my precious, valuable experiences in YU” and “I was deeply impressed by YU students who were active in everything they did and studied hard. In particular, thanks to the YU students who came to me first to become my friends and actively helped me adapt to a new environment, I could learn a lot and gain experiences in YU,” as she recollected her time in YU.
Ms. Ahmad said she could not forget the experiences of participating in YU’s various programs geared for foreign students, such as “Window to Korea” and “Buddy Program.” She said, “It was really cool that I could experience not only my studies but various Korea cultures. I definitely would like to have other Malaysian students participate in YU’s exchange student program and have an opportunity to taste the dynamic, diverse Korean culture.”
With a camera in her hand, Ms. Ahmad went about YU campus, met and interviewed YU professors, staff, and students, and shot various corners of the campus. She plans to edit her video shot as a 5-minute promotional video and promote it to Malaysian students through SNS, Universiti Tun Abdul Razak’s homepage, etc.
Ms. Ahmad said, “I will not only introduce the exchange student program through interview with professors, staff, and students, but introduce YU’s classes and educational environment which are different from those of Malaysian universities, and shoot YU’s large, beautiful campus including on-campus folk village and museum” and “I hope that the promotional video will help more Malaysian students to have an opportunity to study in YU and experience the Korean culture.”
YU signed an agreement with Universiti Tun Abdul Razak in 2012 and is running an exchange student program. Eight Universiti Tun Abdul Razak students have participated in YU’s exchange student program, and four are currently studying in YU.