Meet Our Head of Student Wellbeing, Wellness and Character

Renugah Subramaniam

As our Head of Student Wellbeing, Wellness and Character, Renu acts as UCSI Schools Kuala Lumpur’s counsellor to provide our students with guidance and support in dealing with an array of challenges such as academic, personal, parental and social pressures. She often engages with the student body to guide them towards managing their wellbeing while nurturing them holistically as they build their personality, identity and to formulate potential paths to success. 

Renu is proactive in working closely with parents and school staff members to foster a supportive community where students feel safe to discuss their wellbeing and to help address the challenges that they may be experiencing. As a passionate counsellor and educationist, she has supported various causes and programmes and had benefitted from the opportunity to collaborate with people from all walks of life. 

With more than 16 years of counselling and teaching experience in several International schools across Malaysia, Renu has also held diverse leadership roles including Vice Principal, School Counsellor and Head of Academic. She has an extensive experience in leadership and counselling mainly in aspects of learning and behaviour. She holds a​ bachelor’s degree in Educational Psychology from the United States of America as well as Counselling qualifications obtained from Singapore and Malaysia. She is currently pursuing her Masters in Educational Leadership.