At MBS society, we aim to foster unity amongst (but not restricted to) ASEAN students. As we are international students far away from home, having a society at university gives us a place to spend time with people who come from a similar cultural background. This also allows for students to feel welcomed at RGU as there is a family waiting for them with open arms.
You can look forward to events such as: Makan sessions, sports day, cultural night or even studying sessions!
Feel free to reach out on any of our platforms:
Facebook: RGU Malaysia Bruneian and Singaporean Society -MBS Soc
Co-Presidents: Ayusha Logarajah and Lee Boon Yen
Treasurer: Goy Yi Xian
Secretary : Nerissa Leong Jia Yi
Public Relations: Flora Wong Wen Xuan
Regular events include:
Meet and Eat Sessions
Fundraising events (Valentine's Day, Chinese New Year, etc)
Celebration of different festivals (Chinese New Year, Hari Raya, Deepavali)
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