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Top 10 Films to Inspire Your Career Choice & Recommended Universities

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Feeling stuck, overwhelmed and tired of reading and researching on career choices?

Well, movies are known to be a great form of not only entertainment but also education. It’s time for you to take a break, grab some popcorn and watch these inspirational and raw movies that will not only uplift your mood, change your perspective but also ignite the spark in you that might help you get inspired in choosing a suitable career path. 

DISCLAIMER : There may be spoilers. Proceed with caution. 

For the engineer in you :

1. 3 Idiots

3 Idiots is a well-known coming-of-age comedy movie starring Amir Khan, Madhavan, Sharman Joshi and Kareena Kapoor. This 2009 hit film tells a story about the ups and downs of friendship, life and mental health of three students at an Indian engineering college. This movie discusses many issues that many youths face in their day to day lives all with a valuable lesson at the end. Watch it for impactful life lessons shared by the characters throughout the movie with the most important one – “Study to be accomplished and not affluent”. 

2. The Theory of Everything

The Theory of Everything is a biographical romantic drama film that details the life influential physicist Stephen Hawking. Set in the 1960’s, this story follows Stephen Hawking as he falls in love with his colleague while being a Cambridge student. At 21, he then learns that he has a motor neuron disease that crushes his spirit. However, he then begins a study of time where we follow as both Stephen and his love interest defy odds against the world and make tremendous discovery in the fields of both medicine and science.

Basic Requirement for Engineering Course In Malaysia

STPM 

CGPA 2.00 including Mathematics and Physics/ Chemistry

Foundation/ Matriculation

Pass with a minimum CGPA 2.00

A-Levels

Minimum grade range of BBB including Mathematics and Physics / Chemistry

UEC

Grade B in 5 subjects including Mathematics & Physics

Diploma

Minimum CGPA 2.00

International Baccalaureate (IB)

Minimum of 30 points ( including Mathematics and Physics)

*Requirements may vary depending on the university that you’ve chosen.

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Recommended University for Engineering Degree

University of Nottingham Malaysia

Photo Credit : University of Nottingham

Engineering Programs Offered:

a) Bachelor of Chemical Engineering

Focuses on areas such as commodity and specialty chemicals, fertilisers, food processing, fuels and energy production, minerals processing, petrochemicals, petroleum refining, pharmaceuticals or water treatment.

Examples of subjects offered 

  1. Thermodynamics & Heat Transfer 
  2. Biochemical Engineering 
  3. Separation & Particle Technology 
  4. Process Design & Control 
  5. Chemical & Phase Equilibrium 

Intake 

February and September 

Duration 

3 years (Full time)

Indicative Annual Fees (2021)

RM 48,900 (Malaysian)

RM 57,000 (Non-Malaysian) 

Examples of career prospects : 

  1. Environmental and Healthcare Engineer 
  2. Biotechnologist 
  3. Food Scientist 
  4. Manufacturing Production Technician 
  5. Chemical Plant and System Operator 

b) Bachelor of Civil Engineering

Focuses on areas require numerate, problem-solving graduates, perfectly prepared to find employment across specialties including structural design, construction, geotechnical, water resources, transportation,and urban planning.

Examples of subjects offered 

  1. Geotechnies 
  2. Structural Analysis 
  3. Steel Design Projects 
  4. Fundamentals of Materials 
  5. Applied Construction Project Management 

Intake 

September 

Duration 

3 years

Indicative Annual Fees (2021)

RM 48,950 (Malaysian)

RM 59,300  (Non-Malaysian) 

 

Examples of career prospects : 

  1. Engineering Project Manager 
  2. Civil Engineer 
  3. Architect 
  4. Infrastructure engineer
  5. Geotechnical engineer 

c) Bachelor of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Focuses on areas such as communications, computer modelling, electrical machines, electronic design, instrumentation, microelectronics, power generation and distribution, signal processing, software engineering and renewable energy systems.

Examples of subjects offered 

  1. Information and Systems 
  2. Digital Communications 
  3. Power Networks 
  4. Robotics, Dynamics & Control
  5. Systems Engineering 

Intake 

September 

Duration 

3 years (Full time)

Indicative Annual Fees (2021)

RM 48,950 (Malaysian)

RM 59,300  (Non-Malaysian) 


Examples of career prospect : 

  1. Design engineer 
  2. Broadcast engineer 
  3. Sound engineer 
  4. Special effects technician 
  5. CAD technician 

d) Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering

Focuses on areas of study real-world engineering, the importance of communication, team working skills, entrepreneurship initiatives, an emphasis for environmental sustainability, a mind-set for lifelong learning, appropriate management principles and business acumen. 

 

Examples of subjects offered 

  1. Materials in Design 
  2. Materials and Manufacturing 
  3. Programming, Professional and Laboratory Skills 
  4. Introduction to Aerospace Technology 
  5. Introduction to Automotive Technology

Intake 

September 

Duration 

3 years (Full time) 

Indicative Annual Fees (2021)

RM 48,900 (Malaysian)

RM 57,000 (Non-Malaysian) 

Examples of career prospects : 

  1. Biomedical engineer
  2. Entrepreneur
  3. Manufacturing engineer
  4. Aerospace engineer
  5. Automotive engineer 



For the journalist in you :

1. Spotlight

Photo Credit : The Atlantic

Spotlight is an American biographical drama film that follows the story of a operating newspaper in the United States and it’s investigation into cases of widespread and systemic child sex abuse happening by numerous Roman Catholic priests. The assigned team of journalists investigates allegations of a priest molesting more than 80 boys. Watch as they in interview victims and try to unseal sensitive documents as they make it their mission to proof the act of sexual abuse within the Roman Catholic church. If you’re passionate about writing especially on topics that can make a difference, this movie does a tremendous job at making investigative journalism thrilling. 

2. The Post

Photo Credit: Variety

Starring the iconic duo Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks, The Post is an 2017 American historical political thriller film that is set in the 1970’s. Based on a true story, the film plays the attempts of a group of journalists at the Washington Post to publish the infamous Pentagon Paper, classified documents of the 20-year involvement of the United States government in the Vietnam War. The lead character, who also happens to be the country’s first female newspaper publisher,  and her editor race to expose the massive cover up that has over 3 decades and 4 U.S presidents secrets. Watch as they face tremendous challenges and risk their careers all at the faith of an unprecedented battle between the press and government. 

Basic Requirement for Journalism Courses in Malaysia

STPM 

Minimum of 5 credits (CGPA 2.00)

Foundation/ Matriculation

Pass with a minimum CGPA 2.00

A-Levels

Minimum grade range 2E’S OR 3D’S

UEC

Grade B in 5 subjects

Diploma 

Pass with min. CGPA of 2.00

Candian Pre-U 

Minimum average of 60%

Australian Matriculation 

Minimum ATAR of 60 

*Requirements may vary depending on the university that you’ve chosen. 

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Recommended University for Journalism Degree in Malaysia

University of Wollongong Malaysia

Photo Credit : UOW Malaysia

Bachelor of Communications (Hons), Major in Journalism & Broadcasting

Focuses on giving students the opportunity to develop and enhance presentation, critical thinking, planning and management skills, through a variety of projects, events and campaigns, both in and out of the classroom

 

Examples of subjects offered 

  1. Writing and Referencing 
  2. Principles of Journalism 
  3. Communication Law 
  4. Print and Broadcast Journalism 
  5. Broadcast Media Production

Intake 

January, March, May, July, September & October

Duration 

3 years (Full time) 

Indicative Fees (2021)

RM 71, 025 (Malaysian)

RM 83,400 (Non-Malaysian) 

Examples of career prospects : 

  1. Content marketer
  2. Copywriter
  3. Reporter
  4. Magazine journalist 
  5. Editorial assistant 

For the psychologist in you :

1. Girl Interrupted

Starring Winona Ryder and Angelina Jolie, Girl Interrupted is a 1999 American psychological drama film based on a memoir where the film follows a young woman who struggles with the uncertainty of her own mental illness. Set in the 1960’s where mental illness is a highly taboo topic – The protagonist of the film admits herself into a psychiatric institution after getting persuaded by her parents, tand is later diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. This film takes an interesting plot as it argues that perfectly sane people become institutionalized simply because once they’re inside the system, it is assumed that something HAS to be wrong. 

2. Split

One of my personal favourites – SPLIT follows a storyline of how a man with 24 different personalities otherwise known as Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) kidnaps and imprisons three teenage girls in an isolated underground facility. The protagonist of the film had identified 23 distinct personalities by his therapist that were formed due to childhood abuse and abandonment, each possessing their own set of peculiarities. This film is definitely one of those films that leave you at the edge of your seat with your mouth wide open as James McAvoy does a brilliant job in playing the different personalities that makes you believe you’re watching 24 different individuals. 

Basic Requirements for Psychology Courses in Malaysia

 

STPM 

Minimum of 5 credits (CGPA 2.00)

Foundation/ Matriculation

Pass with a minimum CGPA 2.00

A-Levels

Minimum grade range 2E’S 

UEC

Grade B in 5 subjects

Diploma 

Pass with min. CGPA of 2.00

Australian Matriculation 

Minimum ATAR of 80

*Requirements may vary depending on the university that you’ve chosen.

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Recommended University for Psychology Degree in Malaysia

HELP University

Photo Credit : HELP University

Bachelor of Psychology (Hons)

 

Examples of subjects offered 

  1. Abnormal Psychology 
  2. Social Psychology 
  3. Understanding & Managing Emotion 
  4. Gender Studies
  5. Forensic Psychology 

Intake 

January, May & August 

Duration 

3 years (Full time) 

Indicative Fees (2021)

RM 73,700 

Examples of career prospects : 

  1. Career Counsellor 
  2. Counselling Psychologist 
  3. Educational Psychologist
  4. Educational Psychology 
  5. Social Work Assistant 

For the lawyer in you :

1. 13th

Photo Credit : Netflix

This powerful American documentary film directed by Ava DuVernay thoroughly explores the prison system and how it is used as a weapon against minorities. This film was titled after the Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution which abolished slavery and ended involuntary servitude. This documentary shines light on the harsh reality as it explores the raw demonization of minorities for decades to serve political ends, fear of minorities by white and the act of police brutality against minorities. Just a disclaimer though, this film previcts provocative and heartbreakingly real stories so be sure you are mature enough to handle it. 

2. The Trial of the Chicago 7

If you’ve been keeping up with pop culture, you MUST have heard of this film and it’s impact as a conversation starter. The Trial of the Chicago 7 follows the Chicago Seven, a group of anti-Vietnam War protestors charged with conspiracy and crossing state lines with the intention of inciting riots. The trial transfixed the nation and sparked a conversation about mayhem intended to undermine the U.S. government. Watch as this suspenseful and intense film as it shows alot of the political system of U.S 50 years ago and now. 

Basic Requirements for Law Courses in Malaysia

STPM 

Minimum of 2C’s

Foundation/ Matriculation

Pass with a minimum CGPA 2.00

A-Levels

Minimum grade range 2E’S 

UEC

Grade B in 5 subjects

Diploma 

Pass with min. CGPA of 2.00

Australian Matriculation 

Minimum ATAR of 50

*Requirements may vary depending on the university that you’ve chosen.

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Recommended University for Law Degree in Malaysia

Taylor's University Lakeside Campus

Photo Credit : Taylor's University

Bachelor of Law

This degree focuses on in-depth understanding and appreciation of legal doctrines and concepts in the various areas of law. It uses a combination of theoretical studies and practical exposure in the industry, students will be taught how to apply these into a variety of factual situations.

 

Examples of subjects offered 

  1. Contract Law 
  2. Constitutional & Administrative Law 
  3. Company Law 
  4. Equity and Trust 
  5. Law of Tort 

Intake 

January, March & August 

Duration 

3 years (Full time)

Indicative Fees (2021)

RM 104,522 (Malaysian)

RM 125,136 (Non-Malaysian)

Examples of career prospects : 

  1. Lawyer
  2. Litigation Lawyer
  3. Conveyancing Lawyer
  4. In-House Legal Counsel 
  5. Public Prosecutor 

For the business savvy in you :

1. Pursuit of Happyness

YES. A CLASSIC. This uplighting drama is definitely one of those movies that leaves you inspired with many life lessons to adapt into your daily life. Starred by Will Smith and his son Jaden Smith, Pursuit of Happyness is definitely a must watch movie of the early 2000’s based on a biography where it follows a story of a homeless salesman and his son as they endure life struggles and challenges in the journey to becoming a successful businessman. This film teaches us to never give up and to work hard when we want or need something as hard work always pays off. 

2. Moneyball

Moving on with our streak of classic films AND classic actors, Moneyball is a 2011 biographical sports drama film starred by none-other than Brad Pitt where the lead character and assistant general manager of a baseball team is faced with the franchise’s limited budget for players, build a team of undervalued players by taking a sophisticated sabermatic approach in scouting and analyzing players for the team. This film accurately describes the ‘status quo’ of professional baseball with a splash of a business aspect where an ambitious statistical analysis strategy is being used. 

Basic Requirements for Business Courses in Malaysia

STPM 

Minimum of 3B’s

Foundation/ Matriculation

Pass with a minimum CGPA 3.3

A-Levels

Minimum grade range 2B’S 

UEC

2A 3B

Diploma 

Pass with min. CGPA of 3.3 

*Requirements may vary depending on the university that you’ve chosen.

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Recommended University for Business Degree in Malaysia

Monash University Malaysia

Photo Credit : Monash University

Bachelor of Business and Commerce

Majors to choose from 

Majors to choose from : 

  • Accountancy
  • Applied economics
  • Banking and financial management
  • Business analytics
  • Business law and taxation
  • Econometrics and business statistics
  • International business management
  • Management
  • Strategic marketing

Intake 

February, July and October

Duration 

3 years (Full time)

Indicative Annual Fees (2021)

Malaysian -RM38,213 per year

Non-Malaysian – RM43,680 per year

Examples of career prospects, varying based on your major  : 

  1. Business advisor 
  2. Human resource manager
  3. Market research analyst 
  4. Accountant
  5. Operations associate 

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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 University to Study Computer Science or Information Technology in Malaysia 2019

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What is Computer Science/Information Technology?

Computer Science is the study of the theory and methods of processing data information in a digital computer. In other words, Computer Science teaches the student to get computers to do what you want them to do. The practical side of computing can be seen everywhere and requires intensive hands-on experience to learn the computing system, computer science can also be seen on a higher level, as a science of problem-solving. The three main Computer Science categories include designing and building software, solving problems in computing and create better ways to utilize computers. 

Information Technology (IT) is a business sector that focuses on the component of the computing which involve hardware, software, telecommunications and other components that deal with information transmittal. In other words, IT is closely concerned with the machines, such as how computer chips are produced and how to process the input as well as the output of data effectively.

All by all, both Computer Science and Information Technology student will be expected to learn programming language such as Java, C++. The student will also be introduced to more complex coding methods as student dive deep into the programming system later, this includes Prolog, Scheme, and machine code, also known as assembly language programming. 

Should I Study Computer Science or Information Technology?

If you are good in math, detail oriented or possess good communication, analysis and critical thinking skill, Computer Science may be a better choice for you as it requires the student to learn calculus, math electives, engineering fundamentals, programming abstractions and more. 

If you are tech savvy with the ability to learn programming languages and the ability to multitask. A degree in Information Technology will be the right choice for you as coursework for IT may include precalculus algebra, database design, information design fundamentals, mobile web design and development, building better web applications, management of computer and information systems, and consulting in tech.

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Why You Should study Computer Science/Information Technology

The world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil anymore, but data. The ever-changing IT-based technologies had causes IT professional to have to constantly upgrade themselves to keep up with the introduction of emerging technology. This means that Computer Science graduate can enjoy challenging themselves every day as IT evolve over time. Most importantly the Computer Science graduate can work in a diverse field and wide selection of industry according to your own preference.

Career Options:

  • Computer Network Architect
  • Computer Programmer
  • Database Administrator
  • Information security analyst
  • Project Manager
  • Software Development
  • System Analyst
  • IT Technician Manager
  • Chief Technology Officer (CTO)

The list of University/College with a good reputation for its Computer Science course

1. Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (APU)

Campus: Kuala Lumpur

Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (APU) is recognised as a Premier Digital Institute of Higher Learning (IHL) by the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), in which the university is now open to more opportunities from the government and the industry through exclusive collaborations, internship and job placements etc. APU has earned recognition for being an award-winning University through its achievements in winning a host of prestigious awards at international and international levels. APU has among the Highest Rated Emerging Universities in Malaysia, being rated at 5-STAR (EXCELLENT Rating) under the SETARA 2017 Ratings by the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE). SETARA 2017 5-Star Rating was presented by the Minister of Higher Education Malaysia. Asia Pacific University (APU) also received international recognition by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) in 2017 with APU being awarded 5-Star in four categories of the QS Stars Rating – Teaching, Employability, Facilities and Inclusiveness. The QS Stars rating measures the achievements of universities worldwide.

International Affiliated and Recognised University:

Country   

University

UK

Staffordshire University 

Course Name

Intakes

Course Duration

Indicative TOTAL course fee (2019/2020)

APU Foundation Program

May, Sept, Nov

1 year

MYR 25,000

BSc (Hons) in Information Technology 

April, Sept, Nov

3 years

MYR 85, 800

BSc (Hons) in Computer Science

April, Sept, Nov

3 years

MYR 85, 800

BSc (Hons) in Cyber Security 

April, Sept

3 years

MYR 77, 800

BSc (Hons) in Forensic Computing 

April

3 years

MYR 77, 800

BSc (Hons) in Computer Games Development 

April, Sept, Nov

3 years

MYR 85, 800

BSc (Hons) in Multimedia Technology

April, Sept, Nov 

3 years

MYR 85, 800

The program listed are provided as a general guide only, the course fees were captured base on the publicly available information on the internet. 

Please consult with our education consultant for further assessment.

2. Multimedia University(MMU)

Campus: Cyberjaya & Melaka

Multimedia University (MMU) is among the few private universities that made it into the top 200 QS Asia University ranking 2018. They are also among the top five universities preferred by major ICT players for graduate employment.  Its Computer Science & Information system programme was ranked top 300 in the QS World University Ranking in 2017. MMU proclaim itself as an Entrepreneurial University with Industry-Ready Programmes. Students at MMU can benefit from the state-of-the-art labs established by the industry collaboration with ZTE, Microsoft, Intel and many more. 

Course Name

Course Duration

Course fee per year (2019/2020)

Foundation in Information Technology

1 year

MYR 15,180

Diploma in Information Technology

2.3 years

MYR 9,600

Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons)

3 years

MYR 18,720

Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons) (Data Communication & Network)

3 years

MYR 18,720

Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons) (Business intelligence & Analytics)

3 years

MYR 18,720

Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons) (Artificial Intelligence)

3 years

MYR 18,720

Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons) (Security Technology)

3 years

MYR 18,720

The program listed are provided as a general guide only, the course fees were captured base on the publicly available information on the internet. 

Please consult with our education consultant for further assessment.

3. University of Nottingham Malaysia

Campus: Selangor

University of Nottingham Malaysia offers a world-class British education which has been consistently ranked in the top 100 universities worldwide. This means that student at University of Nottingham Malaysia is being offered the best of UK education in an Asian setting. Its community has around 5,000 students & 700 teaching and administrative staff from all over the world. The Student can also participate in exchanges at Nottingham’s UK or China campus. Furthermore, the University of Nottingham is committed to preparing its graduate to be well prepared to face the knowledge-based economy of the 21st century. Therefore, a small portfolio of courses at international campuses is offered where the scholarly and research expertise is shared through cross-campus visits and involve in research supervision. Thus, the student will receive a broader vision of Computer Science through the three-campus operation of the School.

International Affiliated and Recognised University:

Country

University

UK

University of Nottingham

Course Name

Intake

Duration

Course fee per year (2019/2020)

Foundation in Science

Apr & Sept

1 year

MYR 9,000

B.Sc Computer Science 

Sept

3 years

MYR 39,500

B.Sc Computer Science with Artificial Intelligence

Sept

3 Years

MYR 39,500

MSc Computer Science (Full Time)

Sept

1 year

MYR 47,700

The program listed are provided as a general guide only, the course fees were captured base on the publicly available information on the internet. 

Please consult with our education consultant for further assessment.

4. Taylor's University

Campus: Subang (Lakeside Campus)

Taylor’s University’s School of Computing & IT (SOCIT) offers a range of programmes that met with industry standards, thus produced a pool of ICT talent for the market. With the strategic alliances with industry partners, students at Taylor’s were enabled to reap the rewards of these collaborations through project-based learning, internship programmes, field trips, workshops, networking events and talks. Furthermore, Students are encouraged to participate in various national and international competitions to sharpen their programming and problem-solving skills. The School also encourages students to undertake innovative projects that provide real-world solutions to the real problem. The program offered by Taylor, meet the rigorous standards of the Malaysia Software Testing Board due to the comprehensive curriculum, students’ achievements, and qualified teaching faculty.  This also eases the pathway for their students to pursue a professional qualification or further their studies upon graduation.

International Affiliated and Recognised University

Country

University

UK

University of the West of England (UWE)

Course Name

Intake

Duration

Course fee per year (2019/2020)

Foundation in Computing

Jan, Mar & Aug

1 year

MYR 24,500

Diploma in Information Technology

Mar & Aug

2 years

MYR 24,000

BA (Hons) Computer Science

Mar, Aug

3 years

MYR 31,500

BSc (Hons) Information Technology

Mar, Aug

3 years

MYR 31,500

The program listed are provided as a general guide only, the course fees were captured base on the publicly available information on the internet. 

Please consult with our education consultant for further assessment.

5. KDU University College

Campus: Utropolis Glenmarie, Penang

The Computer Science Studies at KDU University/College is a direct result of in-depth analysis and collaborations with industry partners which means that graduates are not only employable but desirable talents that can integrate seamlessly into the industry upon graduation. It evolves to stay relevant to current industry needs and practices. The students can get the opportunity to collaborate with potential future employers in their studies due to the strong industry collaborations and partnership. Therefore, the student at KDU will have the opportunity to obtain real-world experience in consultation with top tech companies such as IEEE Computer Society, and RapidMiner Master Reseller, Quandatics (M) Sdn Bhd keeping them updated with latest trends through projects and industry involvement.

International Affiliated and Recognised University

Country

University

UK

University of Lincoln

Course Name

Intake

Duration

Course fee per year (2019/2020)

Foundation Studies (Art & Technology)

Jan, Mar, May, Sept

1 year

MYR 17,930

Diploma in Computer Studies

Jan, Mar, May, Sept & Nov

2 years

MYR 19,913

Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons)

Jan, May, Sept & Nov

3 years

MYR 21,015

BSc (Hons) Computer Science (Network Technology)

Jan, Jun & Sept

3 years

Single Award – MYR 16,497

Dual Award – MYR 20,647 

BSc (Hons) Computer Science (Information Systems)

Jan, Jun & Sept

3 years

Single Award – MYR 16,374

Dual Award – MYR 20,524

The program listed are provided as a general guide only, the course fees were captured base on the publicly available information on the internet. 

Please consult with our education consultant for further assessment.

6. HELP University/College

Campus: Kuala Lumpur (HELP CAT), Damansara

The HELP group is a leader of higher education and professional training provider in both the Asia Pacific and international. HELP University’s academic standards are recognised by partners around the globe. It’s IT programme is an industry-endorsed programme developed in consultation with the IT Industry (Industry Advisory Board, IAB) which provide advice to align curriculum with industry needs to ensure graduates employability. HELP University’s faculty of Computing and Digital Technology has also been conducting regular technology workshops for both students and lecturer to enabled them to keep pace with the rapidly changing computing industry. 

International Affiliated and Recognised University:

Country

University

UK

Anglia Ruskin University

Course Name

Intake

Course Duration

Course fee per year (2019/2020)

Foundation in Science

Jan, Apr, May & Sept

1 year

MYR 20,000

Diploma in Computer Science

Jan, Apr & Aug

2 years

MYR 15,400

Diploma in Information Technology

Jan, May & Aug

2 years

MYR 17,850

Diploma in Business Information System

Jan, Apr & Aug

2 years

MYR 16,000

BSc (Hons) Computer Science

Jan, July & Sept

3 years

MYR 21,767

BSc (Hons) Information Technology 

Jan, May & Aug

3 years

MYR 20,067

Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons) Data Analytics

Jan, May & Aug

3 years

MYR 20,067

Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons) Business Information Management

Jan, Apr, May, Aug & Oct

3 years

MYR 20,067

BSc (Hons) Business Information System

Jan, July & Sept

3 years

MYR 21,767

The program listed are provided as a general guide only, the course fees were captured base on the publicly available information on the internet. 

Please consult with our education consultant for further assessment.

7. INTI International University/College

Campus: Nilai, Subang, Kuala Lumpur, Penang

With more than 65,000 graduates to testify to the quality of education delivered over the years, INTI has become a highly reputable University in the Malaysia private higher education sector. INTI hold a belief where the up-to-date syllabus is a must to meet the needs of tomorrow’s world. The student was given the opportunity to gain industry exposure through industry project, solving the real-world challenge and develop key employability skills prior to entering the workforce. Furthermore, INTI has organized regular workshop to allow students to gain invaluable skills that can be applied to other non technical fields. The workshops cover the area of mobile application creation & development, basic PC hardware troubleshooting as well as introduction to Operating System Modules from SUSE LINUX. 

International Affiliated and Recognised Universities:

Countries

Universities

UK

Coventry University

AUS

University of Wollongong, UOW

Course Name

Intake

Course Duration

Course fee per year (2019/2020)

Foundation in Business Information Technology

Jan, Apr, May & Sept

1 year

MYR 18,499

Diploma in Information Technology

Jan, Apr, May & Aug

2 years

MYR 17,900

BCs (Hons) Computer Science

Jan, Apr & Aug

3 years

MYR 19,647

BCs (Hons) Business Analytics

Jan, May & Aug

3 years

MYR 22,792

BCs (Hons) Cloud Computing

Jan, May & Aug

3 years

MYR 22,792

BCs in Digital System Security

Feb, July

3 years

MYR 26,345

BCs (Hons) Network Security

Jan, May & Aug

3 years

MYR 22,792

BA (Hons) Information Technology

Jan, May & Aug

3 years

MYR 21,186

The program listed are provided as a general guide only, the course fees were captured base on the publicly available information on the internet. 

Please consult with our education consultant for further assessment.

Author’s take

Still, have any idea on which college to choose for studying Computer Science/Information Technology course? Even if you ask around your friends or forums on Google, Asia Pacific University (APU) is always a recommended University for IT degree in Malaysia. APU graduate is highly sought after by employer due to its high emphasis on Computing & IT program. To date, APU has over 95% of Graduates Employed by Graduation, this shows why Premier Digital Tech University status was awarded to APU by the Minister of Higher Education Malaysia due to its top-notch digital technology course. Moreover, If you are a student that prefers to enjoy campus life experience, Multimedia University (MMU) Cyberjaya campus might be a better choice for you. MMU has a strong standing on its world ranking for both World University ranking and it’s Computer Science & Information system programme. While the other University/College mentioned above is also not a bad option for you to pursue a Computer Science Degree. The IT sector is a growing industry as the job growth for IT is projected to rise by about 22% for the period between now and 2026. 

Scholarship

​There are many scholarships, grants, and bursaries which can help support you financially with your studies in Malaysia. Some are offered by the Malaysia Government, education institutions, and a number of other public and private sectors. To know more, contact one of the Education Consultant at Excel Education!

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Glow Tham is a writer by day and a bedroom singer by night. He has graduated with a Bachelor (Hons) in Finance with the University of Hertfordshire, UK under INTI International College Kuala Lumpur campus.

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Useful websites for International students in Australia

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Life can be a little challenging as an international student studying and living in Australia for the first time. Through speaking with international students living here we find the list below as some of the most useful websites you should bookmarked into your smartphone. From buying second-hand text books to finding student discounted deals we have got most of your key concerns covered.

Where can I find good deals for second-hand items?

If you are born in the 90’s, regardless of where you live you would have probably heard of Ebay and Amazon where people buy & sell items. However, in Australia these are some of the most popular website where international students use to trade unwanted goods or to get good bargains from others

Gumtree – Gumtree advertises jobs, second-hand goods, properties and services for people around Australia. If you are an international student in Australia, it can be a good place to search for part-time job opportunities, look for accommodation, sell things you do not need any more or even swap goods

StudentVIP – This is one of Australia’s most popular student platform built for students. You can not only find course tips on the program you are completing but also buy or sell lecture notes and second-hand textbooks. If you need a helping hand to overcome certain assignments, you can also seek out tutors to guide you.

Where can I get psychological support?

We all know that feeling of leaving home and living abroad alone for the first time. You are out of your comfort zone where your family and best friends are miles away back in your home country. Through this experience. sometimes one might be overwhelmed by negative emotion such as depression and anxiety. How and where can you seek for help?

Beyondblue – Beyondblue provides information and support to international students whom are suffering from depression, anxiety and other psychological illness. We all know that it can affect any of us at any time – regardless of our culture or background. We also know that a range of factors can make it harder for people in some communities to seek and access support. If you are going through a tough time or are concerned about someone close to you make sure to connect with Beyondblue to seek for help

Where can I get support for racial abuse?

As the number of international students in Australia continues to rise, with enrolments now making up more than a quarter of the total at some universities. It is inevitable that some unfortunate international students might receive unfair treatment from others. Numerous reports from the local newspaper have indicated some of the key discrimination challenges faced by international students and what should you do when you are facing this obstacle

CISA – CISA is the national peak representative organisation for international students studying in Australia. At a national level, CISA lobbies the federal government, peak education sector bodies and international education organisations to protect international students. Members from CISA will share ideas and methods to deal with discrimination and lobby for new policies which protects the international student community

Where can I find student discounted deals online?

Are you on a tight budget as well? Overspending is an easy habit to get into, especially for overseas students. We often do overspend without realising and are missing the small savings that can quickly add up into a considerable sum of money. Therefore, student discount websites and applications are very necessary, “small savings” can sometimes make big changes. By looking deeper and spending wiser, you can make a real difference to your life, and enjoy your significant savings as well.

UNIDAYS – If you are in Australia, you must try UNIDAYS -It is one of the many student discount websites offering discounted deals for big brands such as Adidas, Vodafone, General Pants, etc. It’s free to join and available as an app. It aims to provide big savings on student essentials from their favourite brands. Next time when you are shopping in town, remember to check out the website first!

Where can I find internship as an international student?

An internship is an excellent way to develop your professional skills and confidence in a work setting. You can build your professional skills and gain practical workplace experience by completing an internship. However, it is always hard to get a good internship in a foreign country because of visa and work length problems.

E2 – E2 provides career development program for international students. It has numerous jobs and internship opportunities available just for international students! Due to visa restrictions and uncertainty, we all know that finding a job related to what you study in Australia is a tough barrier to overcome. The team have been working tireless to educate employers in Australia that international students can do the job better than the locals! Whenever you are running out of steam in finding a job, connect with E2 and see what is out there!

I have been underpaid by my employer, who should I contact to get help?

If you are working in Australia, you must know that employees have to be paid at least their minimum pay rates and entitlements. Some employers will use international students’ lack of language and information to underpay them. To find minimum pay rates and entitlements, you can check the latest minimum wage for international students in Australia, or use the Australian official Pay Calculator.

If you have a specific work rights problem, contact the Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO), they have all the news and featured information that you may need. You can also call them to get help. Workplace rights work on everyone who works in Australia, make sure that you are getting the fair wage!

I hate my course, by any chances can I change it?

It is especially important that as an international student, you do everything in your power to ensure that you protect your interest. It happens a lot when international students have complaints about their providers (college, University, etc.) and educators (teachers, lecturers, etc.) If your gut feeling tells you that the program that you signed up for did not deliver on its promise either because the quality of education is lacking, or you are being sandwiched in a class of over 50 students. It is time to stop wasting your hard-earned money and switch to something better.

Excel Education – When you have decided to change to a new provider or program where you felt that the course did not suit you or you simply want a new experience in another University – Connect with Excel Education to see what is out there. Bear in mind that credits can be transferred between institution, so we can reduce the duration of your studies in your new University. Whenever you need support for your education and migration needs think of Excel Education.

If you are an international student and want to help the community by recommending other useful websites, write and connect with us! We will make sure to share the fantastic news to the community living in Australia.

Contact your nearest office to find out more

Sydney
Phone: + 612 8385 7224
Email: info@exceleducation.com.au

Kuala Lumpur
Phone: +6018-241-4802
Email: info.my@exceleducation.com.au

Guangzhou
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Georgina is a content marketer who is part of the E2 family. Being an international student who have completed her degree at UNSW Sydney, she also has extensive experiences as a professional education consultant – helping students to identify the right university to achieve career successes. You are welcome to contact her at +61 424 988 337 to chat about your study choices!

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How to get an internship in Australia for International Student

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Internship opportunities are hard to come by, but it is hard to argue that doing an internship while completing your studies will do more harm than good. Studies have shown that international students will benefit from doing an internship while completing their studies as they are able to put theories (learned in University) into practice. 

An internship will usually open the doors to greater career success as you will gain invaluable knowledge, experience and skills beyond what you learn in class. More importantly, it will also connect you with valuable network through mingling with employers & colleagues whom will be providing you with career opportunities in the next phase of your life.

 

How do you decide which internship is right for you?

Ideally an internship which you should go for is a role that will enhance your chosen career path or your field of interest. When you are deciding on an internship – do consider factors such as your personal interest, hobbies and things you don’t mind doing on a repetitive basis. There is nothing worse than doing something you do not like for 7 hours a day, 35 hours a week for 3 months. While horning your skills and experience in the role you aspire to become, be rest assure that these skills are usually transferable in different industries. For example, if you are doing digital marketing in a real estate industry, the skills you acquire can also be implemented in the hospitality industry – so do not be too picky on the industry but focus on acquiring the right skill.

 

How do you increase your chances of getting your desired internship?

Let’s face it, it will (most likely) be a huge challenge to get an internship role in a Forbes Top 200 Company in the World or even a paid internship. Furthermore, while holding a student visa it gives the impression to your employers that you will be heading home soon. Employers will tend to select interns which has potential to be a full-time employee and able to commit with the organisation for at least 3 years without the hassle of dealing with the Australian Immigration Department. In these circumstances, it is advisable to seek for small-to-medium companies (known as SME). 

What do you need to prepare when applying for an internship?

The application process for an internship position is often identical in each organisation. You will either submit an online application via the company’s website or through a 3rd party agency (recruitment firm). You can source these opportunities through various websites similar to SEEK (Australia’s number 1 job site). Be sure to produce a resume which has a combination of education experience, extra-curricular activity, charity work experience and most importantly your professional career experience. We can assure you that employers will value your work experience in 7/11 or Mac Donald’s more than your academic successes. Also, you will need to practice on participating job interviews and there is no blueprint to success in this area. The best advice we can give is to search on the internet on useful tips and go through a couple of interviews to overcome your nerves – practice makes perfect. A great tip for you is to study the organisation’s background and development goals through its website, social media or simply just making a trip to the company and observe its business operation.

 

Setup or improve your LinkedIn profile

In the age of the digital revolution, it is common for employers to take a sneak peek of your Facebook profile & LinkedIn page. It will usually project a positive impression of you if have a LinkedIn profile as Australians love using LinkedIn. It is also an excellent tool that allows recruiters (job agents) to match potential employees to employers. You can also join your University LinkedIn group to connect with alumnus in senior roles of various organisation and refer you to the right channel to apply for an internship.

 

Internship through Excel Education (E2) 

E2 have established great network with companies across Australia. It is part of our commitment to help international students studying in Australia to gain opportunities for career success by completing an internship. You can find out more information on the internships available through our online page and apply from there

APPLY FOR AN INTERNSHIP >


Connect with us and let us know your questions about education and internship opportunities in Australia. We would love to help you!

Contact your nearest office to find out more

Sydney
Phone: + 612 8385 7224
Email: info@exceleducation.com.au

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Phone: +6018-241-4802
Email: info.my@exceleducation.com.au

Guangzhou
Phone: +862 0223 77740
Email: info@exceleducation.com.au

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Georgina is a content marketer who is part of the E2 family. Being an international student who have completed her degree at UNSW Sydney, she also has extensive experiences as a professional education consultant – helping students to identify the right university to achieve career successes. You are welcome to contact her at +61 424 988 337 to chat about your study choices!

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Top Universities in Australia for 2018

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How do you decide which is the right university for you? 

While it can be difficult to choose between universities, you will find that there are some key differences between them that can help you make the big decision. The most important thing is to determine what sort of character and focus the university has and ensure that it aligns with your own personality, interest and goals. Every university has its own persona, advantages/disadvantages and ranking standings in different ranking tables around the world. 

Here we provide you some tips on which universities you can consider base on our detailed research & findings.

One of the most reliable source to determine a top-quality University is to use the QS World University Rankings as a reference. You may ask why? The reason is because most top-quality Universities pay very heavy attention to improve their standards (teaching quality, student experience, research output and graduate employability) to perform well in this annual ranking table. Most importantly many huge organisations especially the ones listed in Forbes Global 2000 companies use the QS rankings as a key reference when hiring potential graduates.

The QS Rankings are based on the expert opinion of more than 75,000 academics and 40,000 major employers around the world. It also analysed 12.3 million papers and more than 75 million research citations. It is one of the most famous worldwide university ranking organisations. 37 Universities in Australia is listed in the QS Rankings 2019 table and there are 15 Universities ranked top 250 globally.

Methodology of QS World University Rankings

IndicatorWeightingElaboration
 Academic reputation40%Based on internal global academic survey
 Faculty/Student ratio20%A measurement of teaching commitment
 Citations per-faculty20%A measurement of research impact
 Employer reputation10%Based on a survey on graduate employers
 International faculty ratio5%A measure of the diversity of the academic staff
 International student ratio5%A measurement of the diversity of the student community

So which University should you consider? Based on the 2019 rankings table, we highlight the following 7 Universities which is ranked top 100 in the world:

Top 100 in the world

Australia RankingWorld RankingUniversityCity
123Australian National UniversityCanberra
239University oF MelbourneMelbourne
342University of SydneySydney
445University of New South WalesSydney
548University of QueenslandBrisbane
649Monash UniversityMelbourne
791University of Western AustraliaPerth

We also include a short clip to showcase the campus & facilities of the top 10 Universities in Australia

Universities to consider

ANU continues to be ranked number 1 in Australia and 24th in the world in 2019. It is a world-leading university in Australia’s capital city, Canberra. ANU’s location points to their unique history ties to the Australian Government and special standing as a resource for the Australian people.

 

Why study at ANU?

  • Home to 12 national institutions including Australian Parliament House, the high court of Australia, and the national library of Australia.
  • Provides student with the Australian National Internship Program (ANIP) which is the only program in Australia that gives you the opportunity to work at the heart of Australian policy and politics.
  • Provides international student with the opportunity to obtain residency through the Canberra state nomination.
  • ANU is ranked #1 for Natural Sciences, Agriculture & Forestry, Anthropology, Archaeology, Development Studies, Earth & Marine Sciences, Geography, History, Mathematics, Physics & Astronomy, Politics & International Studies, Social Policy & Administration and Sociology in the latest QS World University Rankings by Subject.
  • Ranked Number 1 in Australia for graduate employability under the Times Higher Education.

The University of Melbourne is a public research university located in Melbourne, Australia. Founded in 1853, it is Australia’s second oldest sandstone university and the oldest in Victoria. 4 Australian prime ministers and 9 Nobel laureates have graduated from the University of Melbourne which is the most of any Australian University.

 

Why study at Melbourne University?

  • Ranked #1 in Australia for Law, Arts & Humanities, Life Science & Medicine, Social Sciences & Management, Anatomy & Physiology, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Business & Management, Communication & Media Studies, Computer Science & Information Systems, Dentistry, Economics & Econometrics, Education, Law, Linguistics, Medicine, Statistics & Operational Research and Psychology in the latest QS World University Rankings by Subject. To put it into context, University of Melbourne has the most ranked #1 subjects in Australia compared to all Universities
  • The University degrees work a bit differently from those at most other Australian universities. They call it The Melbourne Model where it allows student to create their own study path by choosing a choice of over 100 majors from 9 generalised three-year degrees in the undergraduate level. You can then decide to choose a specialisation at the graduate level. This model is similar to what the American Universities practice.
  • Study in Melbourne where it has been declared as the most liveable city in the world for the seventh year running by The Economist. Melbourne is safe, fun and multicultural.
  • Melbourne University is famous for its towering old buildings and majestic high ceilings. The ‘Old Quad’ is stunning and could easily be mistaken as something from the Harry Potter’s Hogwarts Campus..

The University of Sydney (USYD) is founded in 1850 and was Australia’s first university and is regarded as one of the world’s leading universities. USYD offers the widest range of academic programs of any university in Australia and have been ranked top 50 universities in the world for the 14th year in a row. Its stunning campus is ranked in the top 10 of the world’s most beautiful universities by the British Daily Telegraph

 

Why study at Sydney University?

  • Ranked #1 for the best MBA course in Australia by the BOSS MBA Schools Rankings which is also endorsed by the Australian Financial Review. The program focuses on developing skills around creativity, critical analysis and a systems approach to problem-solving. It will also help to develop the personal and interpersonal skills needed to lead effectively.
  • In the latest QS Subject Rankings 2018, USYD is ranked #1 in Australia in Architecture/Built Environment, English Language & Literature, Mechanical, Aeronautical & Manufacturing Engineering, Modern Languages, Sports-Related Subjects and Veterinary Science.
  • For the second year running, University of Sydney has been ranked #1 in Australia and 4th in the world for graduate employability under the latest QS Graduate Employability Rankings. The QS rankings move past employment rates to give a more in-depth indication of how universities are perceived in the global graduate jobs market, how well-connected to the professional world universities are, and the quality of employment outcomes achieved by graduates.
  • Sydney is one of the most powerful financial centres in the world. Ranked #1 in Australia and #8 in the world according to the Global Financial Centres Index. Students will have a massive advantage if they are interested to kick-start their career in the financial, banking and fintech sector. Sydney is fast becoming the Asia-Pacific fintech hub to tap into opportunities such as the blockchain technology.

The University of New South Wales (UNSW) is the youngest and the founding member of the prestigious Group of Eight (Go8) a coalition of ‘Australia’s Leading Universities. UNSW is renowned for the quality of its graduates and its commitment to new and creative approaches to education and research. It is a powerhouse of ideas and innovation.

 

Why study at UNSW Sydney?

  • More of Australia’s top CEO’s who lead ASX100 companies studied at UNSW, more than any other university. It has also topped the list of Australian universities with the most millionaire graduate and its graduates are constantly in high demand from employers and enjoy some of the top starting salaries and employment rates in Australia.
  • The faculty of engineering is the largest in Australia and offers the widest choice of specialisation for students. It is consistently ranked as the #1 engineering faculty in Australia and 1 of the top 50 in the world.
  • UNSW offers international student to work on-campus through the Professional Development Program. Through this, you will be able to gain knowledge of employers’ expectations in the Australian workplace and gain practical workplace experience to enhance your career opportunities.
  • According to the Sydney Morning Herald, UNSW has overtaken the University of Sydney as the number 1 university preference for NSW school leavers. It is the dream destination of the majority of high school leavers.
  • UNSW is recognised as the Australian university with the strongest links to industry. Their close relationship with companies enables student to gain relevant practical experience while completing their degrees. Employers are able to hire the best graduates from UNSW through the careers office.

The University of Queensland (UQ) is located in Brisbane, the capital city of Queensland and is known as the sunshine state of Australia. The main campus occupies much of the riverside suburb of St Lucia in Brisbane where students can hop on a free City Hopper ferry to jump between the city and the campus. UQ’s award-winning teachers employ innovative methods to meet the academic and professional needs of students.

 

Why study at Queensland University?

  • Brisbane has one of the lowest costs of living in comparison with other Australian cities from transport to accommodation to meals. That doesn’t mean there’s a compromise in quality though it just means that your dollar will go a lot further living in Brisbane than in our southern counterparts.
  • UQ has a strong focus on teaching excellence, the academics/teachers at UQ has won more national teaching awards than any other university in the country.
  • In the latest QS World University Rankings by Subject, UQ is ranked #1 in Australia for Environmental Sciences and Chemical Engineering.
  • UQ is one of the only 2 Australian universities to be included in the not-for-profit edX Enterprise the world’s leading consortium of Massive Open Online Courses which is jointly founded by Harvard University and MIT.

If you are thinking of studying but unsure of which University is the best? 

Below is a quick point of reference for your consideration. 

Information is based on the latest QS World University Rankings by Subject

 

Subject/DisciplineTOP RANKRank 2

Rank 3

Arts and HumanitiesUMELBANUUSYD
Engineering and TechnologyUMELB
UNSW
MonashUSYD
Life Sciences and MedicineUMELBUSYDMonash
Natural SciencesANU
UMELB
USYDUQ
Social Sciences and ManagementUMELBANU
USYD
UNSW
Accounting and FinanceUMELB
UNSW
USYDMonash
Agriculture & ForestryANU
UMELB
UQUMELB
Anatomy & PhysiologyUMELBUSYDUWA
AnthropologyANUUMELBUSYD
ArchaeologyANUUSYDLa Trobe University
Architecture/Built EnvironmentUSYDUMELBUNSW
Art & DesignRMITUTSUNSW
Biological SciencesUMELBUQANU
Business & Management StudiesUMELBUNSWMonash
Chemical EngineeringMonash
UQ
UMELBUNSW
ChemistryUMELBMonashUSYD
Civil & Structural EngineeringUNSWUSYDUMELB
Communication & Media StudiesUMELBQUTUQ
USYD
Computer Science & Information SystemsUMELBUSYDANU
DentistryUMELBAdelaide UUSYD
Development StudiesANUUMELBUSYD
Earth & Marine SciencesANUUMELBUWA
Economics & EconometricsUMELBANUUNSW
EducationUMELBUSYDMonash
English Language & Literature

USYD

UMELB

ANU

Environmental SciencesUQUNSWANU
GeographyANUUMELBUSYD
HistoryANUUSYDUMELB
Hospitality & Leisure ManagementGriffithUQMonash
LawUMELBANUUSYD
Library & Information ManagementRMITMonash 
LinguisticUMELBANUUSYD
Materials ScienceUNSWMonash
UQ
ANU
MathematicsANUUMELBUNSW
Mechanical, Aeronautical & Manufacturing EngineeringUSYDANU
Monash
UMELB
UNSW
RMIT
UQ
MedicineUMELBUSYDMonash
Mineral & Mining EngineeringCurtinUWAUNSW
Modern LanguagesUSYDANUUMELB
NursingUTSUSYDMonash
Performing ArtsMonashUMELBANU
Pharmacy & PharmacologyMonashUSYDUQ
PhilosophyANUUSYDMacquarie
Monash
Adelaide U
Physics & AstronomyANUUMELBUSYD
Politics & International StudiesANUUSYDUMELB
PsychologyUMELBUNSWUSYD
Social Policy & AdministrationANUUMELBUSYD
SociologyANUUSYDUMELB
Sports-Related SubjectsUSYDUQUWA
Statistics & Operational ResearchUMELBANUMonash
Theology, Divinity & Religious StudiesMonashUSYDDeakin
Veterinary ScienceUSYDUMELBMurdoch

 

Contact your nearest office to find out more

Sydney
Phone: + 612 8385 7224
Email: info@exceleducation.com.au

Kuala Lumpur
Phone: +6018-241-4802
Email: info.my@exceleducation.com.au

Guangzhou
Phone: +862 0223 77740
Email: info@exceleducation.com.au

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I am a former international student and have completed my studies at UTS, I love sharing my experience while studying in Australia through writing blogs on social media. While it can be challenging to compete with the locals for a job in Australia, I have some tips to help you achieve career successes here!

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Best Automotive Diploma Bachelor Degrees Pathway in Australia 2018

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What is Automotive Engineering? 

Automotive Engineering, along with aerospace engineering and marine engineering, is a branch of vehicle engineering, incorporating elements of mechanical, electrical, electronic, software and safety engineering as applied to the design, manufacture and operation of motorcycles, automobiles and trucks and their respective engineering subsystems. It also includes modification of vehicles. Manufacturing domain deals with the creation and assembling the whole parts of automobiles is also included in it. The automotive engineering field is research -intensive and requires direct application of mathematical models and formulas. The study of automotive engineering is to design, develop, fabricate, and testing vehicles or vehicle components from the concept stage to development stage. concept, development, and manufacturing are the three major functions in this field.

Study route for Automotive Engineer

If you cannot meet the standard entry requirements to study Bachelor of Engineering (Automotive) upon completion of your high school, you may be eligible to apply using the non-school leaver entry pathway. Flexible entry programs such as Certificate II, III & IV and diploma are available to meet the needs of other students.

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                                                                                                                            ⬇
                                                                                          Certificate IV in Automotive Electrical 
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                                                                                             Diploma of Automotive Technology 
                                                                                                                             ⬇
                                                                          Bachelor of Engineering (Automotive Engineering) (Honours)
                                                                                                                             ⬇
                                                                         Master of Engineering (International Automotive Engineering)

I talked to Excel Education on WhatsApp and after obtaining all the necessary information. Excel Education met me and my parents at Asia Pacific University (Malaysia) to tour us around the campus.

– Mohamad, Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate Student at Asia Pacific University Malaysia.

Getting a Bachelor degree in Automotive Engineering

 Plan A – Enrolled into 4 years Bachelor of Engineering in Australia  

If you appreciate the living and culture experience in Australia and wanted to spend a bit more time in this country, you could enrol in the 4 years Bachelor of Engineering program in Australia. Students who studied the full 4 years in the same university will be able to adapt the study phase better compared to students who joined from other universities in the 3rd year. Besides, students would have a better advantage in forming assignment group with their existing friends compared to the newcomer.

UniversityAreaAnnual Fees
2017/2018
in AUD
  The University of Sydney (USYD)NSW$42,000
  University of MelbourneVIC$41,232
  University of Western Australia (UWA)WA$39,700
  University of New South Wales (UNSW)NSW$39,300
  Monash UniversityVIC$38,900
  University of Queensland (UQ)QLD$38,432
  The University of Notre DameWA$37,071
  University of Technology Sydney (UTS)NSW$36,220
  RMIT UniversityVIC$35,520
  University of AdelaideSA$35,500
  University of Wollongong (UOW)NSW$34,992
  Macquarie UniversityNSW$34,726
  La Trobe UniversityNSW, VIC$34,600
  Swinburne University of TechnologyVIC$34,600
  Curtin UniversityNSW, WA$34,000
  Bond UniversityQLD$33,640
  University of South AustraliaSA$33,400
  Australian National University (ANU)CAM$33,168
  University of NewcastleNSW$33,160
  James Cook UniversityQLD$33,000
  Deakin University (DU)VIC$33,000
  Griffith UniversityQLD$32,500
  University of Tasmania (UTAS)TAS$32,500
  Queensland University of Technology (QUT)QLD$32,300
  Flinders UniversityVIC$32,200
  Murdoch UniversityWA$31,065
  University of CanberraCAN$30,910
  Central Queensland University (CQU)QLD$30,240
  University of Western Sydney (UWS)NSW$29,960
  Southern Cross University (SCU)VIC$29,200
  Federation University (FU)VIC$28,800
  Victoria University (VU)VIC$28,600
  Charles Darwin University (CDU)DAR$27,900

Note: The program listed are provided as a general guide only, the university course fees were captured base on the publicly available information on the internet. Please consult with our education advisor for further assessment.

 Plan B – Enrolled into 2+2 study arrangement  

  • 2 years Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering at Malaysian University, (eg. Asia Pacific University – APU) and
  • 2 years Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering in Australia.

The course fees to study Bachelor of Engineering in APU is around USD$7,000+ per year, which is a great saving then to study the full 4 years stream in Australia.

 Plan C – start from the beginning  

However, if you cannot meet the standard entry requirements to study Bachelor of Engineering in Australia, you may be eligible to apply using the non-school leaver entry pathway. Flexible entry programs such as Certificate II, III & IV and diploma are available to meet the needs of other students.

  • Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology (82 weeks + 6 weeks holiday) A$15,400
  • Certificate IV in Automotive Electrical Technology (30 weeks + 6 weeks holiday) A$4,500
  • Diploma of Automotive Technology  (33 weeks + 6 weeks holiday) A$9,900

Note: The program listed are provided as a general guide only, the university course fees were captured base on the publicly available information on the internet. Please consult with our education advisor for further assessment

Migration Opportunity for Automotive Engineer in Australia

Graduates of Automotive courses are able to apply for Temporary Graduate visa, depending on qualifications, for eighteen (18) months to two (2) years. An opportunity to gain relevant local work experiences which may be countered towards Permanent Residency. There is high demand for Automotive graduates can be seen in the occupations listed consistently in SEEK and Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL). A sample of which are Automotive Electrician, Motor Mechanic (General), Diesel Motor Mechanic, Motorcycle Mechanic and Small Engine Mechanic.

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Top 10 Highest Paying Jobs in Malaysia in 2018

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Having completed SPM, STPM or UEC (high school qualification), many young adults in Malaysia find themselves with many choices of Malaysian colleges and universities to select from. 

  • Some would go for the highest pay jobs based on the latest salary report.
  • Some would follow their parent career path and subsequently take over their business.
  • Some would choose what they are good at.

Then there are some who simply enrolled in a college, just because their closest friends chose to go there., that shouldn’t be the way to pick what to study. After all, it’s important to choose wisely, as the decisions you make today will play a part in determining your future.

In this article, we want to help you make the right choices for your career path.

1. Information Technology (IT)

Handsome man is working in data centre with laptop.

With 30% of world population estimated to be using the internet and the recent boom of demand of web, app, system and tech developers, a career in IT is one of the most alluring anywhere in the world.

In Malaysia, it has among the highest entry-level salary in the market with a fresh graduate earning an average of RM 3,600. Depending on the company and the type of programming you could do, scaling your salary could be fairly easy, if you’re a good developer.

Do take note that the field is diverse, from programmers to data analysts and software engineers, it depends on which type of programming focus you’ll be focusing on. To give you a quick tip, focus on the field that works with lots of data. Data is said to be the new oil for the industry, so you best get fluent with data and programming it, eventually being a ‘data scientist’.

Other than that, choosing a career in IT would give you great chances of getting a job straight after college.

Salary range: Starting from RM3,600

2. Building and Construction

One of the highest paying job for a fresh grad is one in building engineering and construction. Civil and structural engineers, architects, quantity surveyors and interior designers fall under this category.

However, there is a huge change over how constructions are being done today. The construction industry is huge for anyone with solid technical skills. Today, the new construction industry have huge demands for younger minds, where modern construction involves new technologies such as GPS-guided equipment, cloud-based applications, drones, robots, green technology & big data – all to increase the productivity, lower cost and increase the safety in building construction.

The industry alone also offers multiple career advancement for all workers. Did you know that senior executives in this field are some of the highest paid? It is an ideal industry for those with an inclination towards field jobs.

Salary: Starting at RM3,500

3. Engineering

Engineering has been an evergreen field for many years, and you’ll never go wrong choosing engineering as your career.If your favourite subjects in high school were Mathematics and Physics, plus you have a strong sense of responsibility, there’s a good chance that you’ll be suitable for an engineering degree.

Depending on the areas of specialization, including chemical, electrical, electronic, mechanical or automotive engineering, the demand for engineers is high in Malaysia.

The field you can go into with engineering is wide, If you are unsure which specialisation to choose from, we recommend that you take foundations studies to learn your strengths and find out the best Engineering field to go into.

Salary: Averagely starting at RM3,400

4. Oil and Gas

Petroleum is an extremely useful source of transportation fuel. Everything that runs in the world today, uses oil to do so – from flights, cars, electricity, generators and more.

It’s not surprising to have many imagining the death of the oil and gas industry, as more and more electric vehicles like Tesla, are built. However, to think of the industry as dying is frown upon by experienced executives in oil and gas. In their words, those predicting ‘peak oil demand’ on the basis of technological advances in either electric or fuel cell vehicles are letting their exuberance cloud their judgment. The petroleum industry faces a number of challenges, but new technologies seem highly unlikely to cause peak oil demand in the next two decades.

There is a diverse list of opportunities for young Malaysian graduates in the oil and gas sector.

Senior executives in oil and gas industries take home averagely twice the salary of their closest counterparts. This said, the entry-level salary in this industry isn’t too high, but with certain GLC companies, you’ll get a lot of work benefits that many other industries do not offer.

Salary: Starting from RM3,300

5. Tourism & Hospitality

This is a field that’s filled with contrast. It has among the best entry-level salaries for entry-level jobs with fresh graduates taking home averagely RM 4,000. For those looking for a career that will set them up immediately after graduating, this may be the career for you.

Near the same as most industries, the tourism & hospitality industry is in dire need to combine with technologies, such as mobile booking and advertising technologies. As the modern society moves towards service sectors where leisure experience is becoming a major economic product in Malaysia, more and more hospitality careers are being born.

A career in tourism & hospitality covers a range of professions associated with hotels, dining, and recreational events. You’ll find profession titles such as hotel managers, tour guides, resort management, operational leadership manager and more.

Salary: Starting from RM4,000

6. Healthcare

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Doctors, nurses and other medical practitioners have the best salary progression in the market. While getting a job in an economic downturn can prove difficult, the healthcare industry that is definitely not seeing any rate of slowing down.

A fresh healthcare and medical graduate might demand a lower salary for a start but with experience in the industry, experienced medical professionals in a senior position could take home as much as RM 15,000 a month.

Salary: Anywhere from RM3,000 and above

7. Banking and Finance

The economic growth and transformation of Malaysia’s economy depend a lot on the finance industry. To upkeep Malaysia’s financial and banking stability, there’s a demand for talented finance professionals for all types of levels, from high-level senior finance directors, including entry-level graduates.

Though not as lucrative at the entry level, one might take solace in the fact that the demand for professionals in this field is quite high as is the salary for those in managerial positions. Professions in this field ranges, from jobs in audit and tax, general accounting or towards banking and fund management.

Salary: Depending on the profession, starting from RM3,500 – RM6,500

8. Business & Management

Studying business & management open up lots of working possibilities for you. Areas in this field include actuarial analysts, business advisor, project manager, marketing executive, human resource manager and more.

Seven of the top ten job positions held by graduates in Malaysia are related to business, sales and human resource. The age of digitalization has brought around the need for tech-savvy marketing and sales professionals. If you are someone who is able to form multidisciplinary skills ranging from business acumen to technical marketing skills, going into a business and management career may be what you’re looking for.

Salary: A rough entry-level salary starts from RM 2,500 with the senior-most managers taking home up to RM 15,000.

9. Administration and Human Resource

This field is not as diverse as some others on this list, but it offers a very attractive salary for top-level management. The entry-level remuneration is however not as attractive. Some careers under this include human resource management as well as clerical and secretarial jobs.

Salary: A rough entry-level salary should start around RM3,000 with the senior-most managers taking home up to RM 12,000.

10. Education and Training

Education is an evergreen industry that is growing in-demand, in many different fields. Even if you choose not to work under a training-specific company, there are lots of professional individuals in Malaysia who have gone to start their own training brand, acting as consultants or training providers for individuals and companies.

Salary: Entry level of RM2,200




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Study Law in Malaysia | How to become lawyer in Malaysia

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Who should study Law as a career in the future

Students who love to read, talk, write and good in subjects such as History and English can consider a career in Law. Becoming a lawyer required exceptional skills in oral and written communication skills, strong analytical skills, the ability to simultaneously balance multiple tasks, leadership skills, able to perform in-depth research, remember facts as well as use the facts in a logical manner.

Why study Law?

Whilst a law degree can most certainly lead to an exciting and challenging career as a solicitor or barrister, it can also open the door to a wealth of opportunities in almost every industry sector you can think of. Lawyers affect nearly every aspect of society in a range of positions and industries, their basic duties are the same–to represent the needs of their clients in civil and criminal trials. Lawyers can specialise in bankruptcy, international, elder, probate, or environmental law. Lawyers can also apply their legal qualifications to build high-flying careers all over the world, working in business management, banking and finance, politics and government.

Other than practising law in the courtroom, lawyers can find jobs in other areas such as:

  • Academician
  • Advocates & Solicitors
  • Attorney-General’s Chambers
  • Arbitrator
  • Company Secretary
  • Corporate Counsel
  • Forensic Investigator
  • Judiciary
  • Lecturer
  • Legal Secretary
  • Legal Writer & Editor

Steps to becoming a Lawyer in Malaysia

  1. Take a Recognised Pre-University Course. Students after SPM, IGCSE or UEC will need at least Credits including English and Maths. Generally, IB, Recognised Foundation, STPM and A-Levels are the best option for students wanting to pursue a law degree in Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
  2. Earn a law degree from an approved university. Before enrolling with a university, verify that the LL.B course is an honours program and is approved by the Legal Profession Qualifying Board Malaysia, or by the Malaysia Bar. Failure to graduate from an approved program will preclude you from applying to take the Malaysian Bar examinations.
  3. Complete a Bar Vocational Course (BVC) or Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP). The BVC is offered in Great Britain and is a popular option for most Malaysians due to its excellent reputation and job prospects. The alternative in Malaysia is the examination known as the Certificate in Legal Practice. Passing either one is mandatory to be called to the Bar. Note that some universities have satisfied these requirements and can bypass the examination.
  4. Sign up for “chambering.” This is a practical training course that lasts nine months, during which the new graduate is attached to a lawyer, law firm, legal agency or other programs to acquire practical legal skills. It is a nonsalaried position; however, most law firms will provide a basic monthly allowance, and depending on the size of the firm this may range from RM 300 to 1,000. During the training period, you will be required to pass all Malaysian Bar examinations and legal aid programs. Only upon completion of these will the graduate be called to the Bar as a fully-qualified lawyer and allowed to practice independently.

Steps to becoming a Lawyer in Australia

Similar to Malaysia, students need to complete the following four steps to practice as a solicitor in Australia,

  1. Completion of an approved law degree (LLB or JD)
  2. Completion of an approved practical legal training (PLT) course to obtain the Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice or completion of a supervised traineeship at a firm
  3. Application for admission to Roll of Lawyers
  4. Application for a practising certificate

Please note international students wishing to work in Australia as a lawyer are required to satisfy the ‘2 years study requirement in Australia’ and apply for Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485) upon completion of their study.

Which is the best university to study Law in Malaysia?

The University of Reading Malaysia Campus is one of the best universities in Malaysia having being ranked in the top 200 universities globally (according to Times Higher Education and QS World University Rankings) and has a long-established reputation for the quality of its teaching and research.

  • Taylor’s University College
  • UOW KDU University College
  • Help University College
  • University of Reading
  • INTI University College
  • Brickfield Asia College
  • Multi Media University

Which is the best university to study Law in Australia?

  • Australian National University
  • University of Sydney
  • University of Adelaide
  • Monash University
  • University of Melbourne
  • University of Western Australia
  • Macquarie University
  • University of New South Wales
  • University of Queensland
  • University of Tasmania
  • University of Technology, Sydney
  • Bond University, Queensland
  • Murdoch University
  • Queensland University of Technology

What is the best university to study Law in New Zealand?

  • University of Auckland
  • University of Canterbury
  • Victoria University of Wellington
  • University of Otago
  • University of Waikato

The above list shall be reviewed from time to time and the Qualifying Board may add to or vary the list if it considers necessary to do so. Fresh applications for recognition may also be considered by the Qualifying Board from universities not included in the list.

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The Advantages Of International Students in Jobs Market

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International students have the unique set of experiences and skills that make them special in front of potential employees. It can be difficult out there, though, so when you write resumes and meet employers, it’s good to know the things that make you especially valuable to them. Here are four advantages that international students have, that you should highlight when talking to employers.

1.  YOU ARE SPECIAL

As an international student, you will bring new ideas and different point of view into your workplace – making your employer’s organisation more creative and diverse. Studies have even proven that more diverse organisations are more innovative and can even be more profitable.

2.  YOU HAVE ‘CULTURAL CAPITAL’

Australia has lower rates of bilingualism than other countries, so the fact that you can speak more than one language can make you very valuable to a company that works with overseas markets. The same goes for having a special knowledge of the culture, economy or work practices of another region. As an international student, you’ll help your employer be competitive in a global economy and to communicate with overseas markets or clients.

3.  YOU ARE COMMITTED

An employer might wrongly assume that an international student isn’t going to stay around in the job for very long.  But actually, you’ve dared to venture away from friends and family because of how committed you are to finding this job.  You’ve had to make many sacrifices and face many challenges in order to be here – that’s because you are passionate and motivated!

4. YOU ARE REALLY MATURE

Perhaps most importantly, international students are very mature.  You know what you want – move away from the comforts of home, get through university by yourself and in the process, become highly independent. Through it all, you’ve learned flexibility, good work ethics, as well as an ability to work with people in an organisation who are different from you. This means you won’t fall to pieces when things go wrong; you’ll be a self-sufficient employee who can work well with others and see things through to the end.

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