COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA
New South Wales Chapter
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CHARTING THE WAY FOR
MALAYSIAN DOWN UNDER
| About MASCA NSW |
Malaysian Students' Council of Australia, New South Wales Chapter (MASCA NSW) is a well established non-profit, non-political, multicultural and multiracial organisation as well as the peak Malaysian student representative body in the state of New South Wales. We are also recognised as the representatives of Malaysian students by the education section of the Malaysian Consulate, Education Malaysia Australia.
| OUR MISSION |
TO REPRESENT AND SERVE THE INTERESTS & WELFARE OF THE MALAYSIAN STUDENT
COMMUNITY IN AUSTRALIA.
As a council which oversees the interest and welfare of all 4,200 Malaysian students within the state, we emphasise on social, cultural and career development of the students via various activities throughout the year. MASCA NSW also provides the platform for Malaysian students to foster friendships and promote a wholesome overseas experience. MASCA NSW works hand in hand with the national body and
our state counterparts in ensuring that our goals are always aligned in accordance to the Founding Principles.
We also work closely with our affiliates to ensure that all Malaysian students obtain the best experience they can. MASCA NSW however does not interfere with the functions of our affiliates nor do we speak on behalf of our affiliates. Recognised by the Consulate of Malaysia (Education Section), Education Malaysia (formerly known as the Malaysian Students’ Department of Australia – MSDA) as the representatives of Malaysian students in NSW, MASCA NSW strives to uphold our core values, vision and mission.
MASCA NSW always strives to improve the welfare of students who reside in Australia. Hence, many activities are organised to enhance students' soft skills and overall well-being. Want to make new friends and taste mouth-watering Nasi Lemak at the same time? We would like to bring a piece of home to our home away from home. Join us in our social events! Check us out!
| MASCA NSW 18/19 |
EVENTS & INITIATIVES