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Language : English

DOI : 10.24924/ijelt

ISSN :

  • 2289-6732

Start Year : 2016

Published Articles : 38



Volume: 2, Issue Number: 1

QUALITY OF TEACHING AND ITS INFLUENCE ON STUDENT SATISFACTION AND INTENTION TO CONTINUE WITH INSTITUTION

DOI :10.24924/ijelt/2017.04/v2.iss1/1.11
Peter Ijuptil Amos, Zubair Hassan

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This research paper is an empirical study conducted in Malaysia that investigates how quality teaching influences students' satisfaction and intention to continue with Higher level education. For this research, three stages of analysis were conducted which are regression analysis, correlation analysis and descriptive analysis using SPSS version 22. Also, reliability test and ... Read More


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ENTREPRENEURIAL CHARACTERISTICS AMONG LOCAL & FOREIGN STUDENTS STUDYING IN MALAYSIA: THE ROLE OF GENDER

DOI :10.24924/ijelt/2017.04/v2.iss1/12.27
Tarila Iman Tunkarimu, Zubair Hassan

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At both international and national levels in current years, there has been a considerable growing awareness in entrepreneurship and entrepreneurs (Kirby, 2003) In the same way, Malaysia, a country that is aspiring to become a developed nation in 2020, has progressively emphasised industrialisation as a technique of encouraging new business construction. ... Read More


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DOES CROSS-CULTURAL DIFFERENCES INFLUENCE PERSONALITY AND INTENTION TO LEAVE? A STUDY ON HEI IN MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijelt/2017.04/v2.iss1/28.41
Delaney Tan, Abdul Basit, Zubair Hassan

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This research aims to investigate how cross-cultural differences influence personality of students and intention to leave in Malaysia. This study adopted an explanatory research design using a non-probability technique of convenience sampling. Questionnaire was developed using the Likert-scale containing 30 items with the scale (Strongly Disagree 1 to Strongly Agree 5). The questionnaire was developed and corrected after the pilot testing, which was done to test the normality, reliability and validity of the questionnaire scale. ... Read More


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EFFECT OF FACEBOOK IN INFLUENCING STUDENT INTENTIONS TO ENROLL FOREIGN DEGREE PROGRAMME IN MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijelt/2017.04/v2.iss1/42.57
Abdulfatai Ishola, Sahibzada Muhammad Hamza, Zubair Hassan

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The purpose of this research is to examine the effect of Facebook in influencing student intention to enroll in foreign degree programme in Malaysia. The need for this study arose given the limited or no research done on examining the impact of Facebook in promoting foreign degree programme in private education sector in Malaysia, despite the immense contribution of this academic sector to the personal and national growth. This research focuses on influence of Facebook ... Read More


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ETHICAL BEHAVIOUR OF ACCOUNTING STUDENTS AND INTENTION TO MAKE AN ACADEMIC OFFENSE

DOI :10.24924/ijelt/2017.04/v2.iss1/58.71
Ranjheta Subramaniam, Abdul Basit, Zubair Hassan

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Ethical behaviour of accounting students and intention to make an academic offense is one of the studies that receive serious attention from researches in the scholarly circles. The aim of this exploration is to analyse the ethical behaviour of accounting students and intention which lead to an academic offense. Atul, (2014) the first book Summa de arithmetica, geometria, proportioni, et proportionalita, published in 1494 about accounting ethics wrote by Luca Pacioli (Father of Accounting). ... Read More


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