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Scanning for Success

Syed Huzaifah Syed Omar, Founder & CEO, MyFuturity Global

17-May-24 10:00

Scanning for Success

In recent years, Malaysia has been faced with a rising student dropout rate, with over 14,506 students leaving school prematurely in 2023 alone. That’s according to the National Social Council. This alarming trend highlights the urgent need for innovative ways or solutions to keep students engaged and invested in their education.

With this in mind, MyFuturity Global aims to step in with an application, called StudentQR, designed to transform the education landscape through real-time monitoring and gamification.

In this episode, we speak with Syed Huzaifah Syed Omar, the Founder and CEO of MyFuturity Global, a company that specialises in mobile app content for various industries such as education and training, architecture, film and healthcare, who will share his insights on addressing this critical issue and how StudentQR aims to reshape the future of education in Malaysia.

Produced by: Carol Wong

Presented by: Richard Bradbury

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Categories:  marketstechnologycultureeducation

Tags:  student engagementdropoutsmobile appeducation

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