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Top 5 Universities to Study Banking & Finance in Malaysia (2020)

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What is Banking & Finance?

If you’re interested in the mix of business, economy, and math, taking a degree in banking and finance might be the perfect fit for you! Banking and Finance are two things that relate closely to each other. 

Banking and finance is a large field with many growth opportunities. Typically, in order to get into the banking and financial services field, most positions require a bachelor’s degree in banking and finance or business-related.

When taking a degree in banking and finance, you will be introduced to a wide range of subjects including banking, financial decision making, financial markets, accounting, and many more. This wide range of topics will give you an in-depth knowledge of the way the financial systems work.

What skills do you need for Banking & Finance course?

  • Analytical 

An analytical thinking person is really needed in the banking and finance sector. The ability to see the identify the situation, trends, different scenarios, and also come up with an answer with critical interpretations will surely benefit both you and your future company.

  • Communication skill

As with any job, communication skill is an essential key in the workplace, and it goes the same with banking & finance. It requires good communication skills to be able to deliver their opinions/ideas properly and explaining the facts. 

  • Problem-solving

Whether dealing with the financial implications of a complicated business structure or finding a solution to the dilemma of a client, the ability of problem-solving will be one of the important keys that companies are looking for. 

  • Adapt with technology

Technology has now played a big role in every sector of a business, and always evolving throughout time. Being a banking and finance student means you have to familiarise yourself with various forms of technologies and software. Not only it will help you to work better, but also improve your technical skills.

Career options

  • Financial analyst
  • Investment banker
  • Bank manager
  • Auditor
  • Budget analyst
  • Broker
  • Financial manager

Recommended universities to study Banking & Finance in Malaysia

1. Monash University

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General intakes

February, July, October

Campus location

Bandar Sunway

Qualifications

Bachelor of Business and Commerce (major in Banking and Finance)

Indicative fee (2020)

Local: RM 38,213

International: RM 43,680

2. Taylor’s University

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General intakes

March, August

Campus location

Subang Jaya

Qualifications

Bachelor of Business (Hons) Banking & Finance

Indicative fee (2020)

Local: RM 99,430

International: RM 117,399

3. Asia Pacific University (APU)

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General intakes

April, September, November

Campus location

Bukit Jalil

Qualifications

Bachelor in Banking & Finance (Hons)

Indicative fee (2020)

Local: RM 78,000

International: RM 88,200

4. INTI University & College

INTI-9

General intakes

January, May, August

Campus location

Nilai

Qualifications

Bachelor of Banking & Finance (Hons)

Indicative fee (2020)

Local: RM 69,982

International: RM 73,492

5. KDU University College

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General intakes

January, June, September

Campus location

Shah Alam

Qualifications

Bachelor of Arts in Banking & Finance (Hons)

Indicative fee (2020)

Local: RM 71,750

International: RM 85,450

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Amanda Kaffah

I am a part-time content writer, a part-time Computer Science student, and a full-time dreamer. Likes to munch some food while doing some work or watching netflix.

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What To Do If You Have Poor SPM Results?

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The SPM results will be out soon in just a couple of weeks. 

If your result turns out to be unsatisfying (let’s hope not), it’s okay to let yourself drown in emotions for a while. But when it’s time to get back up, wipe your tears, hold your head up, and take a look at some of the options that you can consider if you have poor SPM results.

If you score 3/less credits in SPM.

#1 Diploma

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A diploma is one of a pre-university program that offers a direct pathway to getting a degree. Most diploma in Malaysia requires only a minimum of 3 credits, compared to other pre-university like foundation program that requires a minimum of 5 credits. Upon the completion of the diploma, you can directly enter the second year of your bachelor’s degree.

Track to a degree: Diploma -> 2nd year Bachelor

Recommended Universities for Diploma:

1. Taylor's University

Taylor's Lakeside Campus III

Study Area & the requirement

  • Communication
  • Business
  • Interior design
  • Culinary Art
  • Tourism Management
  • Information Technology

Intakes

March, August

Campus Location

Subang Jaya

2. INTI University

INTI-9

Study Area & the requirement

  • Interactive Multimedia with Animation Design
  • Mass Communication
  • Civil Engineering
  • Interior Design
  • Quantity surveying
  • Business
  • Culinary Arts
  • Tourism Management
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Information technology

Intakes

Jan, Apr, May, August (depending on the campus location)

Campus Location

  • Nilai
  • Subang 
  • Sabah
  • Kuala Lumpur
  • Penang

3. Asia Pacific University (APU)

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Study Area & the requirement

  • Design and Media
  • Business Administration
  • Accounting
  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Electrical & Electronic Engineering
  • International Studies

Intakes

Apr, May, Sep, Nov (depending on the study area)

Campus Location

Kuala Lumpur

#2 Vocational education and training (VET)

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There’s always hope for everyone! Even if you score only 0-2 credits and pass BM&Sejarah, vocational education training (VET) can be one of your options to pursue your degree. Vocational training is a program that prepares students with the skills and knowledge needed for entering the world of work. Upon the completion of VET, you will receive a certificate that can be applied for a diploma degree.

Berjaya University offers a TVET (Technical and vocational education and training) on Berjaya TVET College. It offers various areas, such as Pastry Production, Web Development, Digital Marketing, and many more.

Track to a degree: VET -> Diploma -> 2nd year Bachelor

If you need more recommendations for a vocational training schools in Malaysia or overseas, get in touch with one of our education consultants at Excel Education.

#3 Get a certificate

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A certificate program acts as a bridge for students to a diploma degree at the same institute. It’s a 16-18 month program. Here are some of the certificate program in Malaysia:

  • APIIT

– Certificate in Administrative Skills
– Certificate in Information & Communication Technology

After you got your certificate, you are able to pursue your diploma in either APU/APIIT.

  • IACT

– Certificate in Communication Studies

After you got your certificate, you are able to pursue your diploma in IACT college.

Track to a degree: Certificate -> Diploma -> 2nd year Bachelor

If you failed the SPM

There are 2 types of failing SPM:

  • Fail in certain subjects asked by a university

Every university has its own requirements regarding its programs/courses. Certain study area requires more subjects than others. For instance, the course Pharmacy usually requires students to not only got credit in both BM and Sejarah, but also an additional credit in Science/Math. And if you did not meet even one of the requirements, they cannot accept your SPM scores.  

So one of the moves that we can recommend is to choose another university/course that suits the scores that you got. There are surely plenty of universities/courses out there that have different requirements.

  • Fail BM/Sejarah

Sadly, there is no direct alternative for those who fail either Bahasa Melayu (BM) or Sejarah. Since 2014, you must pass Sejarah and get a minimum of credit in BM. Here we provide some alternatives if you fail BM/Sejarah: 

1. Retake the subjects

With a one year gap, you can allow yourself to prepare more and study harder to be able to ace the test next year. It also allows you to learn from your previous mistakes. The gap year also helps you to give yourself a break before directly dive into the university world.

2. Work

If you don’t feel like pursuing higher education, working can be one of the alternatives. There are plenty of jobs that can suit your skills. If you’re more of a creative person, you can work as a graphic designer freelancer or video editor.

On the other hand, if you’re more of a business-mind person, you can work as a salesperson, customer service, or maybe create your own business! 

3. Contact us

If you still feel confused or unsure, you can always contact us and consult with our best consultant! We provide 100% FREE consultation for you

Contact us to find out more!

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Email: info.my@exceleducation.com.au

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Amanda Kaffah

I am a part-time content writer, a part-time Computer Science student, and a full-time dreamer. Likes to munch some food while doing some work or watching netflix.

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6 Things You Can Do While Waiting for Your SPM Result

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You have finished your SPM! Congratulations! In just less than a month, you will receive the aftermath of your hard work. Now, rather than anxiously waiting for how you did and what’s your final result, take a look at 6 things you can do in your spare time

1. Watch movies/TV Show related to your future course

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Put on your PJs, grab some popcorn, tuck yourself in a comfortable blanket, and turn on your laptop because you need to relax by watching some fun movies or tv shows. Whichever your preference is, watching in your spare time can really be a fun activity to do it alone or together. 

Here, we recommend  movies that relate to your future course so you can get entertained, educated, and get inspired by these movies at the same time.

Business 

  • Wall Street
  • Jobs
  • The founder

Law

  • Legally Blonde
  • Suits (TV Show)
  • Law & Order (TV Show)

Psychology

  • I am Sam
  • Still Alice
  • Good Will Hunting

Medical

  • Grey’s Anatomy (TV Show)
  • The Good Doctor (TV Show)
  • Scrubs (TV Show)

Technology

  • Mr.Robot (TV Show)
  • The IT Crowd (TV Show)
  • Black Mirror (TV Show)

Culinary Arts

  • Chef
  • Master Chef (TV Show)
  • The Mind of a Chef (TV Show)

2. Travel

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What’s the best activity to do in your leisure time? Travel! Spare some of your time to travel and wandering around the city, enjoying the calmness of the beach, or even get a thrilling experience by going to an amusement park. It is known that travel could reduce stress levels and thus, increase happiness and productivity. 

3. Volunteer

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If you want to gain some meaningful experience and meeting new people, you can volunteer There are numerous non-profit organizations (NGOs) out there that need the hand of the youth to help them. You can choose on which NGO field you want work in. It can be women empowerment, refugees, nature, education, and many more. Here, we provide some websites that you can look up to find some volunteer job that suits you best

4. Join short online course

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With the help of technology, you can easily find short courses and classes that match your interests online. For example, you’re interested to join a 3-month course of coding in Python, or a 10 weeks of graphic design class. Not only this will fill in your leisure time, but also gain more knowledge. Below are websites for you to easily find online classes or courses.

5. Go to education fair/expo

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While waiting for your results to come out, you can explore tons of courses/university programs that are available. Visiting an education fair can be a perfect occasion for you to discover and learn more about education inside or outside the country. You can also visit our Study in Australia Education Fair on March 11 at Palm Seremban Hotel.  

6. Consult with our best consultant

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Lastly, if you still don’t know what to take after your results are out, you can consult with us to know which programs, course, and university suits you the best. It can help you prepare better for the future and, fill in your gap time. Whether it’s Australia, Malaysia, UK, we can surely get you there. We’ll help you 100% and we provide best consultancy services for FREE.

Contact us to find out more!

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Amanda Kaffah

I am a part-time content writer, a part-time Computer Science student, and a full-time dreamer. Likes to munch some food while doing some work or watching netflix.

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After SPM: What’s Next?

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One of your biggest exams, Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia, also known as SPM is done! There are so many things to plan now and might become overwhelming & confusing. 2 essential things that need to be considered thoroughly are the course and the college/university. Here, we provide a handy list of things that hopefully can simplify your options and can find the one that suits you the best!

Finding the right course

There are several aspects that might influence your course choice. Different people may be influenced by different things. So let’s get deeper into it one by one.

1. Know your hobby(ies)

Spent some time to observe what you enjoy to do the most in your spare time. You might find what area you’re interested in better. For instance, if you like to read books related to entrepreneurship and some man’s successful stories, you might be inspired to follow their steps by pursuing a degree in business first. 

Another example, if you like to watch law-related tv-shows/movies like Suits, Law and Order, or binge-watching Legally Blonde, you might be interested in pursuing a law degree On the other if you’re more excited with tv-shows related to medicine such as Grey’s Anatomy, The Good Doctor, or Chicago Med, you might probably have an interest into the medical world.

2. Career opportunities

If you are the type of person that likes to plan everything ahead and clearly, you might want to dig in more research on what courses lead to a more rewarding career in the future. In 2020, the Australian Government released the official data for top employing industries which include Healthcare and social assistance, Professional and Scientific Services, and Education and Training.

3. Find something you’re good at

Different than hobbies, which is something that you like to do, other things that can be your consideration is by looking at something that you’re actually good at. Other than being realistic, it can be easier for you to follow the things that you already know the basics beforehand. For example, you’re good at math and dealing with money, maybe accounting can be your course options. Another example, you’re good at listening to other’s problems and can give a really helpful solution, a degree in psychology might be perfect for you.

Finding the right program & university

After you are down with several options of study areas, you are now entitled to choose the perfect programs out of plenty of programs available out there. Knowing the one that suits you the best might be a challenge. That’s why we’re here to give you a rough idea of some of the most popular pre-university programs in Malaysia.

A-LEVEL

University

Indicative Fee (2020)

Taylor’s University

Local: RM 35,690

International: RM 48,533

Sunway University

Local: RM 34,900

International: RM 37,170

HELP University 

3 Subjects: RM 28,000

4 Subjects: RM 35,000

Read also: Which Pre-Uni Should You Choose: Foundation, A-Level, SAM, or AUSMAT?

AUSMAT

University

Indicative Fee (2020)

Sunway University

RM 28,880

MCKL

RM 14,000

SAM (1)

University

Indicative Fee (2020)

INTI College & University (SAM)

RM 24,000

Taylor’s University (SACE)

RM 36,806

FOUNDATION

University

Indicative Fee (2020)

Monash University

RM 31,580

University of Nottingham Malaysia

Engineering:

  • Local: RM 27,000
  • International: RM 31,800

Non-Engineering:

  • Local: RM 15,600
  • International: RM 19,000

Curtin University

Local: RM 17,100

International: RM 25,768

Diploma

University

Indicative Fee (2020)

Asia Pacific University

Business

  • Local: RM 41,500
  • International: RM 46,000

Design: 

  • Local: RM 36,500
  • International: RM 45,000

Electrical and Electronic Engineering

  • Local: RM 36,500
  • International: RM 46,000

Information Technology

  • Local: RM 44,900
  • International: RM 46,000

SEGi University & College

Mass Communication: RM 38,300

Business/Computing: RM 36,000

Early Childhood: RM 14,600

Culinary Art: RM 41,900

Tourism Management: RM 35,650

Taylor’s University

Communication / Interior Design / IT:

  • Local: RM 48,400
  • International: RM 66,098

Business:

  • Local: RM 48,000
  • International: RM 66098

Culinary Art:

  • Local: RM 55,000
  • International: RM 68,869

Tourism Management

  • Local: RM 48,000
  • International: RM 75,061

We hope by now you might have an idea for your plan after receiving your SPM results! If you need more information regarding the programs and universities mentioned above, don’t hesitate to contact us!

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Interior Architecture vs Interior Design: What are the differences?

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When choosing a major for your future, you’ll probably look at what you love and enjoy doing the most. And apparently, you like giving a makeover to an indoor space. But then, you got into a dilemma–there are similar options for your preference, but you don’t know the difference! It’s down between Interior architecture and Interior design

Worry not! Here, we provide everything you need to know about both Interior Design and Interior Architecture.

What is Interior Architecture?

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Apart from the misconception of the similarity between interior design and interior architecture, they both have the main difference. An interior architecture course is a hybrid field of study, bringing interior design and architecture together in a single discipline. It takes a good knowledge of building regulations, and an understanding of the structure of buildings, in order to make projects safe, habitable, and functional. Different from interior design, interior architecture needs to consider pretty much everything that has to do with both the building&construction and also the interior space. 

Recommended universities to study interior architecture

1. Taylor's University

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General intake: Mar, Aug

Campus: Subang Jaya

Qualification: Bachelor of Interior Architecture (Hons)

Indicative fee (2020):

  • Local: RM 105,500
  • International: USD 29,159

2. SEGi University

General intakes: Jan, Apr, Jul, Sep

Campus: Kota Damansara

Qualification: Bachelor of Interior Architecture (Hons)

Indicative Fee (2020):

  • General fee: RM 65,700

3. Sunway University

General intakes: Jan, Mar, Aug

Campus: Bandar Sunway

Qualification: Bachelor of Interior Architecture (Hons)

Indicative fee (2020):

  • Local: RM 89,200
  • International: RM 95,500

What is Interior Design?

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According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, Interior design is the art or practice of planning, creating, and supervising the design and execution of architectural interiors and their furnishings. The interior design courses comprise of a more technical perspective rather than practical since an interior designer doesn’t have an architectural certification. 

The role of an interior designer doesn’t stop there. Since their job is to help create functional interior space, they need to understand how the inhabitants will use each room and also consider light, sound and other design aspects. Interior design also requires some of the tech-savviness, as far as the use of 2D and 3D software applications is concerned. Computer-aided design (CAD) is key in contemporary interior design, as well as building information modeling (BIM).

Recommended universities to study interior design

1. INTI University (in collaboration with Sheffield Hallam University, UK)

General intakes: Apr, Aug

Campus: INTI College Subang

Qualification: BA (Hons) Interior Design

Indicative fee (2020):

  • Local: RM 79,095
  • International: RM 79,095

2. First City University

General intake: Jan, Apr, May, Oct

Campus: Petaling Jaya

Qualification: Diploma of Interior Design

Indicative Fee (2020):

  • Local : RM 34,070
  • International: RM 34,425

3. Limkokwing University

General intake: Jan

Campus: Cyberjaya

Qualification: Diploma of Interior Design

Indicative fee (2020):

  • General fee: RM 57,000

General qualifications for both courses*

Programs

Requirements

Diploma

  • SPM: Pass SPM / O Levels with 3 credits 
  • UEC: Minimum 3Bs
  • O-Level: Minimum 3 credits

Bachelor

  • STPM: Average C or minimum CGPA 2.0
  • UEC: Minimum 5Bs
  • AUSMAT: Minimum ATAR 55
  • Diploma/Foundation: Minimum CGPA 2.0

*requirements may vary among universities

In case you’re still confused about what’s the main difference between interior architecture and interior design, let us give you a recap:

  • Interior architecture is the balancing of the art and science of designing an interior space taking into account all elements of the build.
  • Interior design is a broad-ranging profession taking into account all aspects of planning and designing interior

 

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Amanda Kaffah


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Top 10 Private Universities in Malaysia (2020)

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Malaysia, a country that succeeded to become one of the famous study destinations for international students. In 2019, Kuala Lumpur ranks 29 for the world’s best student city. The rapidly evolving reputation of Malaysia’s higher education has quickly established itself as one of Southeast Asia’s leading study destinations. 

Read also: Why International Students Prefer to Study in Malaysia

With hundreds of private universities and colleges in the country, it is quite a challenge to find the best place for you to study and learn. There are surely several things to look up to when you’re searching for the university that suits you, such as the quality, the courses, the location, the fees, and many more. Here, we provide the full updated list of 10 best private universities in Malaysia that you should take a look at and consider!

Top 10 private universities in Malaysia

1. Monash University

Monash University is a private university named after Sir John Monash, an outstanding Australian military commander of the first world war. It is among Australia’s top-ranked institutions and part of Group of Eight, a coalition of world-leading universities. In 2020, it ranks 58 in the world for the world’s best university. Monash has a total of 5 branches, 4 in Australia and 1 in Malaysia. The Malaysian campus was opened in 1998 and is located in the center of Sunway City. It was Malaysia’s very first overseas university.

Monash Malaysia now has more than 8,000 students from 78 nations, ensuring that international students have plenty of chances to explore the new multicultural campus.

Why choose Monash?

  • Upon your completion of the program, you will receive a prestigious Australian degree and is recognized worldwide.
  • While studying in Malaysia, you will have the opportunity to study in Australia for either an exchange or transfer. 
  • The tuition fee is significantly less than the majority of universities across Australia, the UK, and the USA.

General Informations:

Programs

-Foundation

– Diploma

– Undergraduate

– Postgraduate

Intakes

February, July, October

Area of Study (* = recommended course)

– Pharmacy* (ranks 3 in the world)

– Business* (ranks 33 in the world)

–  Arts and social science

– Engineering

– Information Technology

– Medicine and Health Science

-Science

2. University of Nottingham Malaysia

The University of Nottingham is the first-ever British based education university that was established in Malaysia in 2000. In 2020, the University of Nottingham ranks 16 in the UK and 98 in the world according to QS World Ranking. It is part of Russell Group, an association of twenty-four leading public research universities in the United Kingdom. Outside the UK, the university has campuses in Semenyih, Malaysia and Ningbo, China

The campus provides an atmosphere of distinctly international and cultural diversity which includes more than 5,000 students from 85 nations.

Why choose Nottingham?

  • It’s a perfect option for those who wish to obtain a UK degree without having to travel to the UK with a much cheaper fee
  • Their programs are highly ranked and accredited so it is easier to get employer recognition afterward
  • It’s a multicultural university where you can meet different people from different parts of the world

General informations:

Programs

-Foundation

– Undergraduate

– Postgraduate

Intakes

February, April, June, September, November (depending on the program and course)

Area of Study (* = recommended course)

– Science* (Pharmacy ranks 8 in the world)

– Business

– Arts and social science

– Engineering*

3. Heriot-Watt University

Established in 1821, Heriot-Watt is a public research university that was first named as the School of Arts of Edinburgh. The university was named after 2 great Scottish philanthropist and inventor, George Herriot and James Watt. Heriot-Watt ranks in the top 350 for the world’s best university in 2020. The university has a total of 5 branches across the globe, Edinburgh (main campus), Scottish Borders, Dubai, Malaysia, and Orkney.

The Malaysian campus has been open since September 2014 and is located in Putrajaya. Until now, the Malaysian campus is home to more than 1,500 students.

Why choose Heriot-Watt?

  • It provides high-quality British education that’s easy to reach to students in and beyond the South East Asian Area. 
  • The institution is actively dedicated to developing new talent development and science leadership services for both its academic staff and graduate students.
  • Students are given the opportunity to transfer their study to their other campuses in the UK and Dubai through the intercampus exchange program 

General informations:

Programs

-Foundation

– Undergraduate

– Postgraduate

Intakes

January, April, July, September (depending on the program and course)

Area of Study (* = recommended course)

– Business

– Arts and social science

– Science* 

– Engineering*

4. Swinburne University of Technology

Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus is Swinburne University of Technology’s overseas branch campus, originated from Melbourne, Australia. The Sarawak Campus began in 2000 in Kuching, the capital city of the Sarawak province in Malaysia.

Swinburne Sarawak has been growing rapidly ever since it was first set up. There are over 4,000 students studying in Swinburne from 60 different countries.

Why choose Swinburne?

  • The teaching staff and academics who assist in the student preparation and counseling all follow the international standards of Swinburne’s main campus in Australia.
  • Students enrolled in this program will be given the same degree from the University of Technology in Swinburne as students studying on campus in Australia.
  • Swinburne is known for producing graduates who are ready for employment. They offer a range of programs that extend beyond what students learn in the classroom

General informations:

Programs

-Foundation

– Undergraduate

– Postgraduate

Intakes

January, April, July, September (depending on the program and course)

Area of Study (* = recommended course)

– Design* (ranks 42 in the world)

– Business

– Science 

– Engineering

– Computing*

5. Taylor's University

Established in 1969, Taylor’s University has continuously provided its students with excellent services in terms of various study options, relevant curriculum, and methods of teaching. In 2020, they are part of the best 90 universities under 50 years old according to QS World Ranking. It’s overall excellence also put them in the position of top 520 universities in the world.

The multicultural environment can surely be felt here since there are more than 5,000 students from countries all over the globe studying in Taylor’s University.

Why choose Taylor’s?

  • Taylor’s University was the first one in Asia to introduce Open Online Courses (MOOCs), which benefited people from every part of the world.
  • Taylor’s Univesity offers various scholarships every year for both local and international students.
  • Taylor’s University’s teaching style incorporates an improved curriculum, expanded industry collaboration, and experiential learning programs

General informations:

Programs

– Foundation

– A-Level

– SACE 

– American degree transfer program

– Diploma 

– Undergraduate

– Postgraduate

Intakes

January, April, July, September (depending on the program and course)

Area of Study (* = recommended course)

– Hospitality, Tourism & Events* (ranks 14 in the world) 

– Business*

– Architecture, building & design

– Media and communication

– Science

– Medicine

– Engineering

– Computing

– Law

– Education

6. Sunway University

Sunway University is a leading private university based on Bandar Sunway, Malaysia. Established in 2004 and originally as Sunway College, Sunway University has always proved it’s high-quality education with its outstanding achievements. In 2020, It is ranked among the top 2% of universities in Asia and among the top 150 young universities worldwide in the QS Top 50 Under 50

Until this date, the University has produced more than 26,000 students from more than 90 countries. 

Why choose Sunway?

  • After completion of their course, students will earn double certifications; one from Sunway University and one from Lancaster University.
  • The Student Professional Development System can nurture and grow graduates to be trained for future employment and internships.
  • Sunway university offers various paths to enter the university such as AUSMAT and Foundation so students can choose the one they preferred the most.

General informations:

Programs

– Diploma

– Canadian International Matriculation Programme

– American degree transfer program

– AUSMAT

– Undergraduate

– Postgraduate

Intakes

January, March, August (depending on the program and course)

Area of Study (* = recommended course)

– Arts*

– Business*

– Healthcare and Medical Science

– Hospitality

– Mathematical Science

– Science

– Education

– Computing 

7. Asia Pacific University (APU)

Asia Pacific University, also known as APU is one of Malaysia’s leading and technological universities based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. APU earned international recognition from Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) with the recognition of a 5-star throughout four sections of the QS Stars Rating, Employability, Facilities, and Inclusiveness. The university has opened several overseas branches in Sri Lanka, India, and Pakistan.

With more than 12,000 students from more than 130 countries studying at its Malaysian campus, APU provides a genuinely cosmopolitan learning environment

Why choose APU?

  • APU has an amazing track record for graduate employabilities with over 95% employed by graduation
  • It is one of the only 7 universities in Asia to receive full accreditation by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA), UK
  • Amongst Highest Rated Emerging Universities in Malaysia – Rated 5-Stars under SETARA 2011, 2013 and 2017

General informations:

Programs

– Foundation

– Diploma

– Undergraduate

– Postgraduate

Intakes

February, April, September, May (depending on the program and course)

Area of Study (* = recommended course)

– Computing*

– Engineering*

– Business

– Design

– Accounting, Banking, Finance

8. INTI International University

Founded in 1986, Inti International University provides high-quality and excellence for over 3 decades. INTI International University & Colleges have six campuses across Malaysia, INTI International University, College Subang, College Kuala Lumpur, College Penang, College Sabah, and College Nilai.

In their search for better higher education and enhanced career prospects, more than 55,000 students have become part of the Inti University family.

Why choose Inti?

  • INTI provides cost-effective routes for you to obtain quality education by twinning degrees, overseas transfer, and international degrees.
  • High employability percentage with 99% of students get jobs within 6 months of graduation
  • INTI offers over 100 programs which all are approved by Malaysia’s Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) and its qualification Agency (MQA)

General informations:

Programs

– Foundation

– Diploma

– Undergraduate

– Postgraduate

– American Degree Program

– A-Levels

Intakes

January, April, May, August (depending on the program and course)

Area of Study (* = recommended course)

– Arts & Design

– Biotechnology & Life science

– Business

– Computing & IT*

– Engineering

– Health science

– Hospitality & culinary arts

– Law

– Mass communication*

– Social science

9. SEGi University

SEGi University & Colleges, who first located in Kota Damansara, Malaysia has accepted thousands of students from all backgrounds since its establishment more than 4 decades ago, and today they have over 25,000 young learners in five major campuses located in the Klang Valley, Penang, and Sarawak. 

Why choose SEGi?

  • SEGi has experienced significant growth in providing quality education to willing minds and talents since 1977 
  • The world-class faculty members are passionate about teaching and inspiring students to their full potential and excel in the area they want.
  • With 5 different campuses location, SEGi aims to reach out to students from different parts of Malaysia.

General informations:

Programs

– Foundation

– Diploma

– Undergraduate

– Postgraduate

– American Degree Program

– A-Levels

Intakes

January, March, April, May, June, August, September, October (depending on the program and course)

Area of Study (* = recommended course)

– Biomedical science

– Medicine

– Pharmacy

– Engineering

– Architecture

– Business

– Hospitality & Tourism

– Information Technology 

– Education

– Communication & Creative design

10. HELP University

HELP University was founded in Malaysia in 1986, has a well-established international reputation among Malaysian universities. HELP stands for Higher Education Learning Philosophy. The university was recognized by Forbes Asia as one of the top 200 Top Performing companies in the Asia Pacific with capitalization below USD 1 billion.

Why choose HELP?

  • HELP University partnered with over 100 universities across the globe and allowing students to continue and experience studying overseas.
  • The HELP Career Placement Program helps you on your challenging job-seeking path by seminars and collaborations with leading companies
  • It is a mix cultured environment, allowing students to feel a sense of international exposure

General informations:

Programs

– Foundation

– Diploma

– Undergraduate

– Postgraduate

– American Degree Program

– A-Levels

Intakes

January, April, May, August (depending on the program and course)

Area of Study (* = recommended course)

– Business

– Engineering

– English and Language studies

– Hospitality and Tourism

– IT & Computer Science

– Communication

– Law

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Best Indoor Jobs That Could Be Your Top Choice

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When choosing a job, there are a lot of things to be considered, such as;

how much is my salary per month, or;

do I get health insurance, or maybe even;

does my job involve more outdoor or indoor activities? 

The first thing that popped into our mind when hearing the word indoor jobs would probably be:

Office, desk, sitting, bored.

But turns out, indoor jobs aren’t just things related to boredness, it also has plenty of advantages for employees, especially for people that are more likely to work in a controlled environment, love to work behind the desk, or hate going outside. Other than having protection from various weather such as rain, wind, or hot sunshine, here are some of the reasons to choose indoor jobs.

Reasons to choose indoor jobs

  • Ease of Communication

The majority of people would prefer face-to-face interaction rather than keeping in touch through email or text.

When you’re working in an office, it is undoubtedly easier to get in touch and communicate with colleagues, employers, and even your seniors. Furthermore, when you’re working on a project with your teammates, it is easier to keep track of the progress, share ideas, and offer a helping hand to others. Thus, reduce the possibility of miscommunication. 

  • Expand Your Network 

Working in an office allows you to gain the opportunity to know more about the people on your surroundings, thus expanding your network. It is crucial since it allows you to meet more people from different work areas and helps you to understand people better. Moreover, it can develop your relationship with others, from your managers, seniors, to the vendors. Having a large network will boost your interpersonal and communication skills, gain new experiences, and learn something new every day.

  • Personal Space

If you are the type of person that likes to have their own private space, organize your personal things, and need high concentration, then working in an office is perfect for you! You will most likely have your own cubicle with your own personal computer so you can get your work done better and more organized.

  • Time Management

Every office usually has its fixed working hours, lunch, and breaks. If you are someone who is really time-oriented or perhaps someone who struggles to discipline yourself, working in an office would definitely suitable for you. You will not only be able to manage time more efficiently and be more punctual throughout your career, but also sharpen your interpersonal skills.

  • Increase Motivation

When the office is surrounded by hard-working people, you are more likely to be motivated to finish your job better and faster. With the presence of others, it can help you to focus and concentrate more on your job which leads to a positive working environment. 

Finding a suitable job for yourself is never easy. If the reasons above sound convincing for you and match your desire, here are the jobs that we think are perfect for you:

1. Programmer

Nowadays, almost every company in any field depends on technology, and this is when a programmer is needed. Being a programmer means you are most likely to deal with writing and testing codes for certain software or operating system. Therefore, mastering several programming languages such as Python, C++, and Java is important for the job.

A degree in Computer Science (CS) or Information Technology can really help you in pursuing your career as a programmer. Most programmers work in the office, although they can actually work anywhere as long as they got their laptop with them.

Read more: Computer Science vs Information Technology: What’s Their Difference and Which One Should You Choose?

2. Dentist

Are you the type of person that has the inner call to help people and enjoy interactions with clients? Then perhaps dentist is your answer.  

A dentist focuses on how to treat and diagnose a patient’s oral condition that includes teeth, jaw, gum, and tongue. There are lots of specialists that you can take after completing your degree in dentistry such as endodontists (root canal specialist), orthodontist (alignment specialist), pediatric dentist (child’s oral health specialist), and many more. When a dentist is on practice, they usually need to be indoor complete with an air conditioner to make both the doctor and the patient more comfortable.

Read also: Top Universities to Study Dental Surgery in Malaysia 2020

3. Accountant

Accountants are necessary for almost every industry. Accountants are people who deal a lot with numbers, money, and final transactions of a business, which means that they must possess a strong grasp of mathematics. If you are interested in jobs that involve a lot of calculations, then this field is perfect for you! Modern accounting is mostly team-based and collaborative. Therefore, accountants are most likely to work together in an office, making them easier to cooperate together. 

Taking a bachelor in accounting and finance in Malaysia could be the first step for you to reach your career to become an accountant.

Read also: Top 5 Universities to Study Accounting and Finance in Malaysia 2020

4. Nurse

Do you want to work indoors but don’t want to be desk-boundary? If yes, then nurse is one of the answers to that. It doesn’t require you to work behind the desk, but it sure requires you to walk around the office (read: hospitals, or medical center) quite a lot.

A nurse is a job that is dealing with different kinds of patients and their families. Their job includes assisting the physicians, provide pre- and post-operation care, writing records, and many more. Being a nurse requires a lot of patience and hard work due to the long hours of work and managing their emotions. To become a qualified nurse, you need to pursue a Diploma in Nursing, then followed by a 4-years of Degree in Nursing (Pre-Register).

Read also: Top 4 Universities to Study Nursing in Malaysia 2020

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Top 5 Universities to Study Multimedia Design in Malaysia (2020)

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What is a Multimedia Design?

Multimedia design is a study of the use of various forms of design, such as graphics, video, or audio to produce creative content for different media, such as mobile apps, tv, newspaper, and many more. It involves the use of more than one presentation medium to communicate with the public. 

Throughout time, technology is evolving and so does the way we interact. That’s why the medium of interaction and design are also improving. The interactive elements used in multimedia may also include the user’s things like text entry, voice command, touch screen, mouse manipulation, and video capture.

What skills do you need to become a Multimedia Designer?

  • Creative Mind

Multimedia design study requires a creative mind that can explore ideas through text and image. A multimedia designer also needs problem-solving skills to generate solutions for their clients through creative means. Having to come up with new ideas and innovative designs was never an easy thing to do, so having a visual eye is essential in multimedia design. 

  • Adapt to New Technology

Technology has now played a big role in design, and always evolving throughout time. Being a multimedia design student means you have to familiarise yourself with various forms of technologies and software. Getting used to software such as Adobe, InDesign, and Photoshop can be the first step.

  • Communication Skills

As a multimedia designer, you have to articulate your ideas to your colleagues, partners, and clients. It requires a good communication skills to be able to deliver their opinions/ideas properly and with modesty. Multimedia designers are also expected to listen to their client’s needs and convey a satisfying solution.

  • Typography

Multimedia design is not just the ability to make something visually appealing, but also the capability to make a written language legible and amusing. Therefore, typography is an essential skill that is needed for multimedia designers. They need to be familiar with types of fonts and have knowledge of the best style guide that is suitable for certain designs.

Career options for Multimedia Design:

  • Multimedia Designer
  • Art Directors
  • Graphic Designer
  • Web Designer
  • Animator
  • UI/UX Designer
  • Game artist/designer
  • Video Editor
  • 3d illustrator
  • Videographer

General Qualifications

Program

Requirements*

Bachelor’s Degree (3 years)

  • Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) /A-Level: A pass with 2 principals passes with minimum CGPA 2.0 or;

  • SPM (Sijil Pelajajaran Malaysia)/O-Level: Minimum 5 credits, or;

  • UEC (Unified Examination Certificate): Minimum 3 credits, or;

  • Foundation: Minimum CGPA 2.0, or;

  • Diploma: Minimum CGPA 2.5

*requirements may vary among universities

Recommended Universities

1. Asia Pacific University (APU)

General Intake: May and November

Campus Location: Kuala Lumpur

Qualification(s):

  • Diploma of Design and Media (2+ years)
  • Bachelor of Multimedia Technology (3 years)

Indicative Fee (2020):

  1. Diploma of Design and Media
  • Local: RM 39,600
  • International: RM 46,000
  1. Bachelor of Multimedia Technology
  • Local: RM 85,800
  • International: RM 86,400

2. Limkokwing University

General Intake: January

Campus Location: Cyberjaya, Selangor

Qualification(s): Bachelor of Art (Hons) in Creative Multimedia

Indicative Fee (2020):

Local: RM 22,000/year

3. UCSI University

General Intake: January, May, September

Campus Location: Kuala Lumpur

Qualification(s): Bachelor of Multimedia Design

Indicative fee for 3 years (2020):

  • Local: RM 63,280 
  • International: RM 68,070

 

4. SEGi University

General Intake: January, April, June, September

Campus Location: Damansara

Qualification(s): 

  • Diploma in Multimedia Design (3 years)
  • BA (Hons) Multimedia Design (3 years)

Indicative fee (2020):

  1. Diploma in Multimedia Design
  • General Fees: RM 43,025
  1. BA(Hons) Multimedia Design
  • General Fees: RM 61,100

5. Multimedia University (MMU)

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Campus Location: Melaka, Cyberjaya, and Johor

Qualification(s):

  • Foundation in Creative Media (1 year)
  • Bachelor of Multimedia (Hons) Media Art (3 years)
  • Bachelor of Multimedia (Hons) Advertising Design (3 years)

Indicative fee (2020):

  1. Foundation in Creative Media
  • Local: RM 13,200
  • International: RM 16,500
  1. Bachelor of Multimedia (Hons) Media Art
  • Local: RM 56,160
  • International: RM 23,400
  1. Bachelor of Multimedia (Hons) Advertising Design
  • Local: RM 56,160
  • International: RM 23,400

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Study & Work in Australia for International Students

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Australia is a famous study abroad destination for International Students from across the world due to the top-tier education and comfortable lifestyle. However, the living expenses in Australia are considered fairly high even though education might be cheaper in comparison to the USA. Thus, applying for a part-time job while studying at university is beneficial for both your financial needs and growth.

A thorough plan is needed to establish a solid foundation for your part-time career, you will need to understand about the Visa Rules for International Students, Work Conditions & Permissions, Average Wage & Salary, and many more. You will also need to understand about your career pathway after graduation. Here, we explain a-z the essential things you need to know to study and work in Australia

Work conditions for international students in Australia

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According to the standard rules for student visa holders to work in Australia, a valid student visa can work for up to 40 hours per fortnight during school sessions, and there is no time limit for an international student to work during recognized school vacations. Students are not allowed to start work prior to the beginning of their course.

Work that is formally recognized as a part of the course does not tie in the work time limitation, but a voluntary work does fall on the 40 hours per fortnight working time rule.

If one has commenced masters by research or doctoral degree in Australia, there is no restriction on the time limit that one may work. Failed at following the student visa rules will result in the termination of their student visa.

Apart from part-time, students can also broaden their experience through volunteer work or internship. Plenty of companies offers a short term internship period ranging from 3-6 months, or even more. For volunteering, you can easily check govolunteer.com.au for voluntary jobs that are available for you.

To make yourself familiar with Australia’s workplace regulation, rates of pay and the working condition, you can visit www.fairwork.gov.au.

Work conditions for family in Australia

If family members are accompanying the international student under their student visa will have the same work rights as the student which is 40 hours per fortnight, even during the holidays. If the student is pursuing a graduate degree, their family will be able to work unlimited hours.

Similar to the student visa rules for international students, their family members are not allowed to work before the students started their course.

What are the part-time work options for International Students in Australia?

Working in a part-time job helps you to experience the work style that is similar to your field of study. You will be able to build a solid foundation on the particular career that you are interested to pursue in the near future. There is a wide range of part-time career options for international students to explore that suits the flexibility of students’ time, such as

  • Retail (supermarkets, department stores, boutiques, sales)
  • Hospitality (cafes, bars, restaurants, delivery)
  • Farming and fruit-picking (seasonal work)
  • Services (childcare, aged care, and cleaning)
  • Administration and clerical work
  • Tutoring
  • Freelance

How much is the wage and salary in Australia?

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A part-time job serves as financial support for daily budget, not primary financial source. Therefore, the salary from a part-time job is not as high as a full-time job. In 2019, the Fair Work Commission (FWC) increased the minimum national wage in Australia by 3% equivalent to AUD 19.49 per hour. International students have the same rights in the workplace as all other Australian employees, including minimum pay rates to be charged based on the work they perform.

However, the amount of salary depends on the type of job, company, and location. Urban cities such as Sydney and Melbourne offer higher salaries than smaller towns. As an international student, it is expected to earn on average AUD 500 in two weeks from a part-time job in Australia.

Can International Students work after graduate?

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Due to the recent changes in the government policies in Australia, international students who graduated from Bachelors & Masters are able to obtain a post-study work visa in Australia for a minimum of 2 years, and up to 4 years for Ph.D./research students. The visa costs AUD 1,650 for the main application.

If you want to continue to work in Australia but your student visa has expired, you can still apply for a job visa. You’ll need to apply for a Tax File Number (TFN), a personal reference number used in the tax and super systems. Without one, 45% of your payment will be withheld as tax.

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Becoming a Veterinarian in Australia

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What is a Veterinarian?

veterinarian is a doctor who studies animal health and helps to protect the welfare of both animals and people.

Many veterinarians detect animal health conditions, vaccinate against viruses, treat animals with parasites or illnesses, wash and dress wounds, repair bones, perform surgery, and counsel owners on animal food, actions, and training. 

Veterinatians can also apply to both human and animal welfare. A variety of veterinarians collborate alongside clinicians and experts to identify ways to prevent and handle different problems that can impact human health.

To work this occupation, you must have a strong interest in Science, since your training will consist mostly of science-based coursework in this subject. 

Why should you study VETS?

  • The satisfaction to help animals

One of the greatest feelings in the world is knowing that our own hands can be useful for not only other humans, but also other species. Thus, it is one of the advantages of becoming a veterinary, the fact that this field of study is a hugely impactful career choice for both humans and animals.

  • Well-paid salary

The demand of veterinarian always increasing every year. The average salary for a Veterinarian in Australia is ranging from AUD$60,000 per year.

  • Career options

Jobs for veterinary in Australia are projected to grow strongly over the next years, according to Job Outlook. Additional career opportunities are available for a Veterinarian such as feed companies wildlife agencies, academic institutions, and veterinary pharmaceutical sales companies.

  • Interacting with animals

For animal lovers, they would have a strong interest in pursuing this career path at a young age. Helping and caring for those innocent and helpless animals by providing shelter and food for them.

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Alternative career options with a Veterinary Science Degree

There are certainly plenty of job opportunities for those of you who took a degree but don’t want to be a veterinarian. Here are some of other options that you can definitely choose :

  • Veterinary Technician

The Veterinary Technician is an assistant of Veterinary Surgeon, helping during the surgery by passing tools and other tasks. Examine, test, and provide service to animals including performing various physical tests such as gather blood samples, examine pet’s ears and eyes and measure the temperature.

  • Veterinary Consultant

Take care of a pet is not easy, the owner would need to have the essential knowledge about the “do” & “don’t” on their own pet. A Veterinary Consultant provides helpful advice and knowledge to the pet’s owners, helping them to understand more about their pets.

  • Veterinary Nurse

A Veterinary Nurse is much similar to Veterinary Technician but Vet Nurse involve in surgery and emergency procedures. A Vet Nurse is qualified to undertake the diagnostic test, medical treatment, and minor surgical procedures.

Pathway to study veterinary science

Top universities to study veterinary science in Australia

1. University of Sydney

University of Sydney was founded in 1850 as a public research university. It consists of 9 faculties and provide a wide range of programmes such as bachelor, master, and PhD.

Qualification

Bachelor of Veterinary Biology 
+
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)

Intake

February

Duration

6 years

Academic Requirement

Year 12 High School certificate (UEC/STPM/Matriculation)

Pre Requisite subject: Maths, Physics, Chemistry.

English Requirement

IELTS: A minimum result of 7.0 overall and a minimum result
of 7.0 in each band

TOEFL IBT: A minimum result of 96 overall including a
minimum result of 23 in Reading, Listening and Speaking and 25 in Writing 

Indicative Fee (2020)

AUD 52,000 (Bachelor + Doctor)

Scholarship Opportunities

Up to AUD 10,000 per annum

2. University of Melbourne

University of Melbourne was established in 1853, main campus is located in Parkville. It covers 10 academic units and it was considered as one of the oldest universities that provide excellent service and quality.

Qualification

Bachelor of Science (Hons)
+
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)

Intake

March

Duration

7 years

Academic Requirement

UEC: A2


STPM: 3.30


Matriculation: 3.50


Pre Requisite subjects: English, Mathematics and one of Biology,
Chemistry or Physics.

English Requirement

IELTS: 6.5 or more with no band less than 6.0


TOEFL: 577 or more including a score of 4.5 in the Test of Written
English for a PBT, or a score of 79 and scores of 21 for writing, 18
for speaking, 13 for reading, 13 for listening for IBT

Indicative Fee (2020)

AUD 45,944 (Bachelor) + AUD 71,488 (Doctor)

Scholarship Opportunities

Up to AUD 22,000 per annum

3. University of Queensland

University of Queensland was established in 1909, located in Brisbane, Australia.  It was known as one of the Australia’s leading universities for its professionalism and expertise.

Qualification

Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Hons)

Intake

February

Duration

5 years

Academic Requirement

Malaysian STPM


Pre Requisite subjects: Mathematics (SPM level),
Mathematics T, Chemistry, Physics, Biology.

English Requirement

IELTS: Overall 7; reading 7; writing 7; speaking 7; listening 7.


TOEFL IBT: Overall 100, listening 25, reading 25, writing 27,
speaking 23. 


TOEFL PBT: Overall 600, listening 59, reading 59, writing 64/6.

Indicative Fee (2020)

AUD 66,592‬ (Bachelor)

Scholarship Opportunities

Up to AUD 10,000 per annum

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