International Webinar on “The World Strategy Against COVID-19 Pandemic: Best Practice From Other Countries”
An International Webinar on “The World Strategy Against COVID-19 Pandemic: Best Practice From Other Countries” was organised virtually on July 29, 2021 by STIKes Alifah Padang, Indonesia. Prof. Dr. Faridah Mohd Said, Faculty Member of Nursing, Lincoln University College, Malaysia was invited in the webinar to deliver keynote speech along with other international speakers like Prof. Ya-Wen Chiu, Taipei Medical University, Dr. Ines Irene Caterina Atmosukarto, Australian National University, Prof. Herri, Chief of LLDIKTI Wilayah X.
International Workshop on “Policy and Role of Nursing Education Institutions During Pandemic: Science and Technology Innovation in the Learning Process”
Datuk Dr. Hjh Bibi Florina Abdullah, Pro Chancellor and Prof. Dr. Sandeep Poddar, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research & Innovation), Lincoln University College, Malaysia delivered key note address at the International Workshop on “Policy and Role of Nursing Education Institutions During Pandemic: Science and Technology Innovation in the Learning Process” organized by Department of Nursing, Stikes Muhammadiyah Ciamis, Indonesia in collaboration with Lincoln University College, Malaysia on July 27, 2021.
Invited Lecture on “Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Changing Trends and Perspectives in Higher Education”
Dr. Rames Prasath Mahatam Rai, Faculty of Applied Sciences, Lincoln University College, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia delivered invited lecture on “Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Changing Trends and Perspectives in Higher Education” at the International Webinar on “Digital Driven Higher Education in Disaster: Prospects and Challenges” organized by Anand Vihar College for Women, Bhopal, India on July 23-24, 2021.
"Communities Mental Resilience: The Challenges and Opportunities for Nurses in the New Adaptation Era "
LUC LIFELONG LEARNING ACCESS POLICY
Lincoln University College (LUC) emphasizes to bring the authenticity of true knowledge served with the best version of teaching. LUC ensures that all students regardless of ethnicity, religion, disability, immigration status or gender will get the skill and proper knowledge to promote sustainable development. The university believes in achieving inclusive and quality education for all reaffirms the belief that education is one of the most powerful and proven vehicles for sustainable development. LUC is to continue to develop as an internationally leading higher education institution and take considerable societal responsibility. International perspectives and sustainable development are therefore to be elements in our courses and study programmes. As a result, a policy on quality education towards lifelong learning was drafted and implemented.
LUC Proportion of First-generation Students
The management of Lincoln University College also monitor the number of students starting a degree who identify as being the first person in their immediate family to attend university. This is done through survey. The survey form is presented to the students of every intake to fill and submit.