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An Eventful Month Celebrating Healthy Lifestyle

APU Sports Carnival 2019 Ended on a High Note


The month of July @ APU was an eventful one, particularly in encouraging the practice of a healthy living lifestyle. The APU Sports Carnival 2019 celebrated the importance of sports, health, teamwork and sportsmanship, through a record-breaking series of events that spanned over 1 month.

The 2019 installment of the Sports Carnival was officially known as the largest Sports Carnival in our history, in which we recorded the highest amount of participation as well as the most variety of sports being played. In addition, this year’s Sports Carnival further encouraged the interaction of staff & students outside the classrooms and offices, as the Organizing Committee first introduced the Staff vs Students Friendly Matches for the Futsal, Netball & Volleyball events. The Staff teams won the Futsal & Volleyball events whereas the Student team championed the Netball match.
In overall, the APU Sports Carnival was an astonishing success; the APU Student Activities & Representative Council (Student ARC) did a great job pulling this together! We highly applaud their efforts in instilling the spirits of sportsmanship within our students and staff, while encouraging healthy competition within the university’s environment. Kudos to APU Student ARC!

Karate Champions

We are pleased to announce that APU Karate Team achieved a satisfying result at Kejohanan Karate Tertutup Pengajian Tinggi Swasta, Sekolah Menengah & Sekolah Rendah Peringkat Kuala Lumpur 2017 (Kuala Lumpur Private Universities, High Schools and Primary Schools Karate Closed Championships), which was held earlier last month.

It was a national tournament that saw approximately 200 participants from primary schools, secondary schools, colleges and universities across Malaysia. This was a great platform for participants to participate in tournaments in order to sharpen their skills and techniques for further progressions and even achievements. 


APU Karate Team made up of 13 participants, 1 team coach and 1 team manager. There are a few junior members, who never had the experience of participating in a Karate open championship and the tournament was their first opportunity to perform their skills to foster endurance and enthusiasm in self-defence inside them. Generally, all our members demonstrated an outstanding performance and soaring spirits at the competition, which resulted in the victory of the team for universities. All in a whole, the APU Karate team had won 1 Gold and 2 Bronze medals in all the categories. 


It was an amazing achievement to the team; this would definitely not stop them from engaging themselves in karate tournaments. Let’s look forward to hearing good news from them!

MAPCU-APU Road Relay Championship 2016 - APU Athletes Unleashed Their Potentials at Inter-Universities Competition

The APU Athletic Team is pleased to share their recent participation in the MAPCU-APU ROAD RELAY CHAMPIONSHIP 2016, in which they were ranked the 5th best team among participants from various private universities and colleges in the Klang Valley.

This year, the championship was hosted by APU at Technology Park Malaysia (TPM). Athletes who took part in the championship demonstrated great potential and teamwork as they competed to achieve greater heights at the championship. The athletic team, who regularly organizes training sessions every Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6.00pm at TPM compound, is now calling for new registrations and recruitment, to discover future talents in the athletic field.

Kudos to athletic team advisor, Thomas Raj for his efforts, and good job to all participants and volunteers who participated and assisted the event to achieve success. We look forward to gaining more sports-level achievements at the higher level in the future.