Macquarie University Brings Exciting Masterclasses to SISFU with Renowned Lecturers

Manila, Philippines – Macquarie University, a prestigious Top-200 worldwide ranked institution known for its excellence in education and research, is thrilled to announce its upcoming Masterclasses at Southville International School affiliated with Foreign Universities (SISFU) on August 29, 2023. Two distinguished lecturers from Macquarie University will be visiting SISFU to deliver thought-provoking and insightful Masterclasses.

The event promises a dynamic and enriching experience for students, faculty, and the wider community, providing them with a unique opportunity to engage with experts who are at the forefront of their fields. The Masterclasses are designed to offer valuable insights into trending topics and innovative disciplines, fostering intellectual growth and stimulating academic curiosity. Masterclass Schedule:

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm: "BTS, Soft Power, and AI" Presented by Dr. Sarah Keith, Senior Lecturer in Media & Music at Macquarie University, this Masterclass will explore the fascinating intersection of popular culture, artificial intelligence, and the global phenomenon of BTS. Dr. Keith's expertise will shed light on how soft power and technological advancements intersect in the realm of music, showcasing the unique role that AI plays in shaping modern entertainment.

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3:00 pm - 4:00 pm: "Get Ready to Rock in Your IT Career" Led by Professor Frances Louise, a distinguished Lecturer from the School of Computing at Macquarie University, this Masterclass will guide aspiring IT professionals on how to navigate and excel in their careers. Professor Louis will share her insights into the evolving landscape of information technology, offering valuable advice on how to harness the latest trends and technologies to achieve success in the field.

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These Masterclasses underscore Macquarie University's commitment to fostering knowledge exchange and global engagement. The university's esteemed lecturers are known for their cutting-edge research and dedication to excellence in education, and their presence at SISFU promises to create an intellectually stimulating environment for attendees.

SISFU, a leading educational institution that emphasizes internationalization and academic excellence, is excited to host Macquarie University's Masterclasses. "We believe that these sessions will not only enhance our students' learning experiences but also contribute to our mission of providing a global perspective to education," said Dr. Nancy De Guia, Dean of Academics of SISFU.

The Masterclasses are open to SISFU students, faculty, and the wider public, with limited spaces available. Interested participants are encouraged to register in advance to secure their spots. For registration and more information about the Masterclasses, please visit the SISFU website at or contact the school’s events team at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

For media inquiries, please contact: Daniel Steel, Director of Communications, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or at 8820-9181 loc 203. About Macquarie University: Macquarie University is a world-renowned institution known for its research excellence and commitment to innovation in education. Located in Sydney, Australia, the university offers a wide range of programs across various disciplines, preparing students to succeed in a rapidly changing global landscape.

About SISFU: Southville International School affiliated with Foreign Universities (SISFU) is the top educational institution in the Philippines that focuses on international academic standards and global education through Transnational Higher Education. SISFU offers programs in partnership with renowned international universities including Macquarie University, De Montfort University, Southern Cross University, and more, providing students with unparalleled opportunities for international exposure and learning.

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