HCK Group’s aggressive move into private education
Ang Hui Hsien | 11 May 2018 00:30

With businesses in investment, property and media, the HCK Group is now venturing aggressively into international and private schools.

On May 4, it officially launched the Peninsula International School Australia (PISA) in Setia Alam, Shah Alam, which had opened its doors to students since January. PISA is set to commence classes at its Ipoh campus in January next year.

It is also looking into opening more campuses and is currently scouting for locations in the Klang Valley. PISA’s launch was graced by Deputy Commissioner for Victoria to Southeast Asia, Amelia Fyfield. 

The HCK Group is no stranger to education. Its executive chairman Tan Sri Clement Hii is also the group managing director of SEGi University and Colleges, a leading tertiary education provider with 20,000 students across five campuses.

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