Over 100 current and prospective learners stepped away from personal activities to learn about lifelong learning and property investment on a few different mornings at a few different learning centres. They came to OUM’s centres to listen to real estate expert, Faizul Ridzuan.


At OUM, lifelong learning is giving all working adults a second chance to improve their education level, which could then improve their quality of life. At the moment, less than a quarter of Malaysia’s working population possesses higher qualifications.

OUM with its flexible admission and study methods was ideal for working adults. The University’s programmes are accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency and it uses the latest technology to improve access to learning.

Faizul was a regular employee who turned RM2,000 in seed capital into a multi-million property portfolio in just five years since starting in 2005. He acquired 23 properties by the age of 30 and currently owns 40 properties. With these properties, he is making profits ranging from 20 to 200 percent..

He encouraged young employees to venture into the property business as it could help them to fund their children’s education, buy their dream car, travel abroad and even retire early. He said that through the property business, anyone could become a millionaire employee.

The audience was encouraged to share what they learnt at the talk with their spouse, siblings and other relatives. They also asked Faizal a lot of questions pertaining property issues and matters.

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