Hijabian Rebels

Hijabian Rebels

Our Story

About us

After 20 years , I decided to try my team's skills at education sector.

Our Story Starts in early 2000

I have lived and visited 8 foreign countries, expanding from UK to Malaysia. I have studied from famous universities and institutions, Like Cardiff University, UK and Preston University, USA (Remote learning). In search of new technologies, I have been to places. I started my studies in computer technologies in 1989. You can’t imagine computer technologies of that time. You needed to attend courses just to turn on a computer and it was not so colorful. Jeff bezos (Amazon) said in one of his interviews about that time “Sometimes, I had to tell my investors, when pitching, “What was internet?”. For my specialty, ‘TMS’ in Sales, I followed my instructor for two years, on my own expense in Far East, many time 18 hours a day.

I have been in business since the age of 17. I have seen many ups and downs. I have learned from life my first hand experience. I will share some with you along your course of time. Hopefully, you will benefit from these experiences.

Our Mission and Core value

We shall contribute to the cultural, social & economic development  of community  and play role to  alleviate hardship among  the new generation by establishing, sponsoring and supporting viable institutions,  projects  &  programs.

Online Learning is the Future of Education

The concept of traditional education has changed radically within the last couple of years. Being physically present in a classroom isn’t the only learning option anymore — not with the rise of the internet and new technologies, at least. Nowadays, you have access to a quality education whenever and wherever you want, as long as you can get online. We are now entering a new era — the revolution of online education.

There’s no need to discount the skepticism surrounding education through the internet. It’s hard to understand the notion of leaving behind the conventional classroom, especially if it’s to face this vast space called The Internet. 

However, that’s not reason enough to shy away from this alternative, which has proven to be valid and useful for many students. According to the most recent survey from Babson Survey Research Group, over 30 percent of higher education students in the United States are taking at least one distance course. Online education is a sensible choice whether you’re a teenager or an adult. As a student, this can be a useful learning method for sharpening your skills in a difficult subject, or learning a new skill. 

1. It’s flexible.

Online education enables the teacher and the student to set their own learning pace, and there’s the added flexibility of setting a schedule that fits everyone’s agenda. As a result, using an online educational platform allows for a better balance of work and studies, so there’s no need to give anything up. Studying online teaches you vital time management skills, which makes finding a good work-study balance easier. Having a common agenda between the student and teacher can also prompt both parties to accept new responsibilities and have more autonomy.

2. It offers a wide selection of programs.

In a space as vast and wide as the internet, there are infinite skills and subjects to teach and learn. A growing number of universities and higher education schools are offering online versions of their programs for various levels and disciplines. From music composition to quantum physics, there are options for every type of student. Studying your program online is also a great option for getting an official certificate, diploma, or degree without physically setting foot on a university campus.

3. It’s accessible.

Online education enables you to study or teach from anywhere in the world. This means there’s no need to commute from one place to another, or follow a rigid schedule. On top of that, not only do you save time, but you also save money, which can be spent on other priorities. The virtual classroom is also available anywhere there’s an internet connection, and a good way to take advantage of this is to travel. For example, if you’re studying abroad and want to get a job, online education is a great choice. There’s no reason to give up on working or studying while exploring new and exotic places.



4. It allows for a customized learning experience. We’ve mentioned before how flexibility can help you to set your own study pace. But online education is also flexible for each student’s individual requirements and level of ability. Online classes tend to be smaller than conventional class size. Most of the time, online learning platforms only allow one student at a time, and in almost all cases, this allows for greater interaction and more feedback between you and your tutor. There’s often access to very diverse material such as videos, photos, and eBooks online as well, and tutors can also integrate other formats like forums or discussions to improve their lessons. And this extra content is available at any moment from anywhere, which will offer you a more dynamic and tailor-made education. 5. It’s more cost-effective than traditional education. Unlike in-person education methods, online education tends to be more affordable. There’s also often a wide range of payment options that let you pay in installments or per class. This allows for better budget management. Many of you may also be subject to discounts or scholarships, so the price is rarely high. You can also save money from the commute and class materials, which are often available for free. In other words, the monetary investment is less, but the results can be better than other options.  Final thoughts These are only a few reasons to choose an online education, and why 90 percent of students today think that online learning is the same or better than the traditional classroom experience. Every student must assess their unique situation and decide according to their needs and goals, and while this alternative to traditional education is not for everyone, it's still a convenient option with virtually endless options for international students all over the world. About the Author Gemma Josep is the Content Manager for Classgap, an online platform whose purpose is to facilitate communication between teachers and students. She writes about the importance of online learning, education, and technology, and also works with Classgap to bring education closer and to create a perfect online environment to learn

More than 6 million students are currently in online courses as part of their higher education program

World-wide this is a new norm

Almost half of all students enrolled in online courses are educated exclusively through distance education

Accessible, Affordable,

85% of students think that online learning is the same or better than the traditional classroom experience

own time table, part time, life long learning.