MSGA Summit 2020

The Malaysian Students’ Global Alliance (MSGA) Summit is the annual flagship program held by the Malaysian Students’ Global Alliance to gather young Malaysians for a fruitful exchange of experiences, ideas and opportunities.​

Participants are able to tailor their own unique summit experience, by choosing from our parallel sessions that cover multiple topics ranging from sustainable development, depression, women empowerment and refugee education.​

WElcome to msga summit 2020

Event summary

MSGA Summit is the annual flagship event of MSGA, bringing together the 15 Malaysian students organisations across the globe enlisted under our banner, to convene young Malaysians for a meaningful exchange of experiences and ideas, as well as insightful industry exposure. Participants are able to tailor their own unique Summit experience by choosing to attend our wide range of unique parallel sessions with our exceptional range of speaker, and forum sessions. They will also get to participate in the networking session, with the aim to discuss issues pertaining to youth talent development and their role in nation building. This year, MSGA strives to engage with employability issues in Malaysia. The MSGA Summit 2020 has the theme of ‘Kita Anak Malaysia’, inspired by the passionate idea of seeing devoted Malaysian youths fighting for a better future for Malaysia not just overseas but giving them insights of opportunities and initiatives in Malaysia with regards to employment.

Event Details

Venue Partner

Topics for forum

Refugees In Malaysia

Topics for speaker session

Women Empowerment in Political Representation

Empowering Youth in Energy by Daniel Subramaniam

Youth Mental Health by Amer Siddiq and YB Lim Wei

COVID19, Labour and The Future Of Work by Dr Achim Schmillen

Keynote Sessions

Opening Session

Youth Leadership and Nation-Building by Tharma Pillai

Closing Session

Importance of Youth Empowerment in the Advancement of Malaysia by Dr. Mahaletchumy Arujanan

Topics for parallel session

The Dynamics of Financial Crisis: Conventional vs Islamic Finance

The Kalsom Method: Instilling Confidence in Students

The Grass Is Always Greener: How Can We Embrace Sustainability?

The Rail Network in Japan: Efficiency in Infrastructure

Art and Commerce Relationship: Can We Better Market our Local Products?

Women's Employability Among Malaysian Youth

Events  Highlights


Traversing thought-provoking topics that are prevalent in this day and age with panelists of noteworthy calibre, this session aims to shed some light on the social contracts that bind us as a community.

Parallel Sessions

Sharing-sessions led by experienced speakers from various backgrounds & member councils to provide essential insights on the latest industrial-related issues such as Islamic finance and Technology & Modern Science