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SPM之后的升学之路

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你是否还在为SPM之后的去向而烦恼?身边的人有的选择继续升学也有人选择直接踏入社会工作。那如果你是前者,且还在为将来的升学之路做打算,这篇文章整理了一些SPM之后的几个去向和一些适合的大学供你参考。

大部分的国内外大学的入学门槛都需要至少12年的教育。根据马来西亚的教学制度,从小学一年级直到中五毕业,大部分的学生们都只受了11年的教育。而这就是为什么SPM毕业的考生们都需要先修一门大学预科课程才能升上大学。

大学预科课程分为很多种,其中包括国内外不同的课程。而其课程时间长短都不一样,收获的文凭也会影响接下来升上大学的路。以下的这张图简单的说明了不同课程的分类。

总的来说,结束SPM后想要继续升学的学生们基本有三个选项:

1.      大学预科课程 (Pre-University):大学预科课程分为很多种,政府机构和私立机构都有不同的课程选项。政府学院的两大课程包括:中六 (STPM) 和公立大学预科班 (Matrikulasi)。而私立学院的课程则包含大学基础课程 (Foundation Programme),A水平 (A-Level),南澳大学预科课程 (SACE International),澳洲大学预科课程 (AUSMAT) 和加拿大大学先修班 (CIMP/CPU)。每项课程的长度和学费都不一样,学生们可以根据自己的预算和情况选择一个适合自己的课程

2.     文凭课程 (Diploma):这项课程适用于那些已经有明确头绪知道自己想要选择什么科系的学生。文凭课程的教学会让学生们有更加深入的了解。在完成了文凭课程以后,大部分学生们都可以直接升上该课学士学位第二年。此外,完成了文凭课程后,学生将获得一张文凭,这项课程也适合那些不想继续学士学位,而想在完成课程后直接步入社会的同学。

3.     证书课程 (Certificate):部分学生可能想再继续升学,但却不够 SPM Credit 直接升入其他大学预科课程或文凭课程。对于SPM 成绩不太理想,而想继续升学的学生,证书课程会是一个好的选项。这是因为此课程的入学门槛较低,而在完成了证书课程后学生们可以接着升上文凭课程的第一年,进而继续学士学位。

政府学院课程提供

中六

(STPM)

入学资格

马来语: Credit, 历史:及格,另外3科有关科目:Credit

成绩评定

20% – 40% 课程作业

60% – 80% 考试分数

课程长度

1.5年

  • 学费便宜
  • 升上本地公立大学的好途径

公立大学预科班 (Matrikulasi)

入学资格

根据科系而异

成绩评定

课程作业和考试分数

课程长度

1年

  • 学费便宜
  • 升上本地公立大学的好途径
  • 学生回以土著占绝多数

私立学院课程提供

每所私立学院的入学资格,成绩评定和课程长度都各有不同。以下是一些基本标准,欢迎联络我们以了解更多详情

证书课程 (Certificate)

入学资格

1科credit

成绩评定

课程作业和考试分数

  • 门槛相对来说比较低
  • 适合对于未达到 Diploma 入学标准的学生,它是一个踏入 Diploma 的桥梁

文凭课程 (Diploma)

入学资格

3科credit

成绩评定

课程作业和考试分数

  • 毕业后将获得文凭
  • 适合对于未来有明确方向的学生,知道自己有兴趣的科系是什么
  • 相等于学士学位 (Bachelor Degree) 第一年课程

大学基础课程

(Foundation Programme)

入学资格

5科credit

成绩评定

课程作业和考试分数

  • 一个基础课程让学生们更了解自己对哪个主修更感兴趣
  • 完成基础课程厚,可直接就读原大学的学士课程

A水平 (A-Level)

入学资格

5科credit

成绩评定

100%考试分数

  • 适合想出国深造的学生,该课程被全球公认,所有外国大学接受
  • 在马来西亚,A水平课程分为两种类型,爱德思 (Edexcel) 和 剑桥 (Cambridge), 大部分大学提供的是剑桥课程。欢迎询问我们以了解其中的差别

南澳大学预科课程 (SACE International)

入学资格

5科credit

成绩评定

70% 课程作业

30% 考试分数

澳洲大学预科课程 (AUSMAT)

入学资格

5科credit

成绩评定

50% 课程作业

50% 考试分数

  • 都是由澳洲政府所提供的文凭
  • 可用来申请所有的澳洲大学,或其他许多不同国家的大学

加拿大大学先修班 (CIMP/CPU)

入学资格

5科credit

成绩评定

70% 课程作业

30% 考试分数

  • 适合想出国深造的学生,不仅被加拿大认可,也被许多不同国家大学接受
  • 需完成至少10小时的批准社区服务

以下是几所马来西亚著名的私立大学和一些它们所提供的大学预科课程。

泰莱大学 (Taylor's University)

课程名称

课程长度

入学月份

大学基础课程

(Foundation Programme)

1年

一月,四月,八月

文凭课程 (Diploma)

2年

四月,八月

剑桥A水平 (Cambridge A-Level)

1.5年

一月,四月,八月

南澳大学预科课程 (SACE International)

1年

一月,四月,八月

双威大学 (Sunway University)

课程名称

课程长度

入学月份

大学基础课程

(Foundation Programme)

1年

一月,四月,七月,九月

文凭课程 (Diploma)

2年

一月,五月,八月

证书课程 (Certificate)

1.5年

一月,五月,八月

剑桥A水平 (Cambridge A-Level)

1.5年

一月,三月/四月,七月

澳洲大学预科课程 (AUSMAT)

1年

一月,三月,四月,九月

加拿大大学先修班 (CIMP/CPU)

1年

一月,三月,七月,九月

Monash大学预科课程 (MUFY)

1年

一月,三月/四月,七月,八月

吉隆坡卫理学院 (Methodist College Kuala Lumpur / MCKL)

课程名称

课程长度

入学月份

剑桥A水平 (Cambridge A-Level)

1.5年

一月,三月,八月

剑桥A水平 德国学业预备 (Cambridge A-Level German Pathway)

1.5年

一月,八月

澳洲大学预科课程 (AUSMAT)

1年

一月,三月,八月

思特雅大学 (UCSI College)

课程名称

课程长度

入学月份

大学基础课程

(Foundation Programme)

1年

一月,三月,五月,七月,九月

文凭课程 (Diploma)

2年 – 2.5年

一月,五月,九月

证书课程 (Certificate)

1.5年

一月,五月,九月

剑桥A水平 (Cambridge A-Level)

1.5年

一月,五月,七月,九月

澳洲大学预科课程 (AUSMAT)

10个月 – 16个月

一月,三月,八月

精英大学 (Help University)

课程名称

课程长度

入学月份

大学基础课程

(Foundation Programme)

1年

一月,四月,五月,七月,九月

文凭课程 (Diploma)

2年

一月,五月,八月

证书课程 (Certificate)

1.5年

一月,五月,九月

剑桥A水平 (Cambridge A-Level)

1.5年

一月,三月,七月

爱德思A水平 (Edexcel A-Level)

1.5年

一月,三月,七月

伍伦贡伯乐大学学院 (University of Wollongong, KDU Malaysia)

课程名称

课程长度

入学月份

大学基础课程 (Foundation Programme)

1年

一月,三月/四月,六月,九月

文凭课程 (Diploma)

**2年 – 3年

**一月,五月,七月,九月,十月

**文凭课程的长度和入学月份会根据科系而异

证书课程 (Certificate)

1年5个月

一月,五月,九月

剑桥A水平 (Cambridge A-Level)

1.5年 – 2年

一月,七月,八月

大学生活可以是人生中一个阶段和体验。学生应选择适合自己的科系和大学,至于尚未摸清个人兴趣及未来方向的同学,欢迎联络我们,以获得免费咨询。

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Best Colleges to Study Australian Matriculation (SAM/SACE, Ausmat) in Malaysia

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What is Australian Matriculation? What are the major Australian Matriculation programmes offered in Malaysia? This article will give you a more thorough idea of what these programmes are about and some suggestions of colleges in Malaysia which are offering the programme. 

 

If you have just completed your SPM or IGCSE exam and plan to study a bachelor’s degree overseas or even in a private university in Malaysia, the Australian Matriculation programme will be a good choice for you. Australian Matriculation focuses more on the coursework, as compared to A-Level’s 100% exams. There are two different types of Australian Matriculation namely South Australian Matriculation (SAM) or SACE International and AUSMAT which is also known as Western Australian Certification of Education (WACE).

Why Study Australian Matriculation

Ausmat and SAM/SACE are at the same level of qualification as other pre-university programmes such as STPM, A-Level, Canadian Pre-University (CPU).  Ausmat and SAM/SACE are based on the Australian education system and are equivalent to an Australian Year 12 qualification.The following reasons might help you to gain a better understanding of Australian Matriculation and why you should consider taking it.

1. SAM/SACE and Ausmat offers high flexibility

Both SAM/SACE and Ausmat require students to choose 5 subjects, the students will have the flexibility to take subjects they’re most interested in, it can be purely science or art-related subjects, or even a combination of both. It offers great flexibility for students who want to try out different subjects at the same time and without going too in-depth. SAM/SACE and Ausmat is a great programme to help build a strong foundation in your chosen subject.

2. SAM/SACE and Ausmat leave your options open

One of the benefits of taking pre-university courses is that it doesn’t restrict you to continue your study to specific degrees at specific universities. It is suitable for students who are still uncertain of what degree they want to pursue. Unlike foundation programmes, SAM/SACE and Ausmat leave your options open to pursue a broad range of degrees after completing the programme. 

3. Recognised by different countries oversea

SAM/SACE and Ausmat are not only accepted in Australia, for students who would like to further their studies in other countries such as the UK, USA, New Zealand, Singapore and Canada, SAM/SACE and Ausmat are also internationally recognised. Of course, students can also choose to continue their studies in any private universities in Malaysia if they want.

4. Balanced between exam and assessment

SAM/SACE and Ausmat will be a good option for you if you don’t like exams. Some students do not like the idea of A-Level because of its 100% exam-based system. In SAM/SACE and Ausmat, your coursework performance including quizzes, tests and assignments will be taken into account, so you can master your learning materials and coursework to improve your grades.

Programme Structure & Differences between SAM/SACE and Ausmat

SAM/SACE and Ausmat are unlike A-Level, it is important for you to continuously keep up with your coursework throughout the programme duration by completing the school-based assessment which includes quizzes, tests, assignments, presentations and practical tests.

 

Both SAM/SACE and Ausmat include a combination of school-based assessment and external examination. SAM/SACE covers more coursework than exams compared to Ausmat, while Ausmat has a more even split between coursework and exams. They are pretty similar, however, there are still some slight differences between AUSMAT and SAM/SACE.

 

It is important for you to manage your time wisely and have good self-discipline in order to juggle different assignments and learning materials at the same time.

 

SAM / SACE

Ausmat

Administered by the South Australian Government

Administered by the Western Australian Government

  • 70% coursework 
  • 30% final exams
  • 50% coursework
  • 50% final exams

Entry Requirements for SAM/ SACE/ Ausmat

SPM

Overall credit pass (C and above) in at least 5 subjects, including English

IGCSE

Overall credit pass (C and above) in at least 5 subjects, including English

Please note that some colleges require a higher grade for English and subject prerequisites might apply for students who are planning to pursue a degree in a specific field. 

For more information on the entry requirements, please contact Excel Education. 

Subjects to take for SAM/ SACE/ Ausmat

Majority of the colleges in Malaysia offer a broad range of subjects for both art and science stream. It will be the student’s choice to choose what subject combination to study, and it is an important decision to make as it might affect your choice of degree in the future. The programmes are within the duration of 10 – 12 months and the students are required to take 5 subjects.

The common subjects offered include:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Computer Science
  • Accounting and Finance
  • Economics
  • Business
  • Politics and Law
  • Psychology

Top Colleges to study SAM/SACE or Ausmat programme in Malaysia

1. Taylor's University

Qualification

South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE)

Intakes

January, April, August

Entry requirements

Minimum of 5 credits including English for SPM, IGCSE or other equivalent qualifications

Campus location

Subang Jaya, Selangor

Indicative tuition fee 

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2. Methodist College Kuala Lumpur (MCKL)

Qualification

Australian Matriculation Programme (AUSMAT)

Intakes

January, August

Entry requirements

  • Minimum of 5 credits for SPM, IGCSE or other equivalent qualifications
  • B in SPM English
  • B in IGCSE English (Second Language) / C in IGCSE English (First Language)

Campus location

Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur

Indicative tuition fee 

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3. Inti College Nilai

Qualification

South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE)

Intake

May

Entry requirements

Minimum of 5 credits including English for SPM, IGCSE or other equivalent qualifications

Campus location

Nilai, Negeri Sembilan

Indicative tuition fee 

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4. UCSI College

Qualification

South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE)

Intakes

January, April, August

Entry requirements

Minimum of 5 credits including Mathematics, English and relevant subjects are required for SPM, IGCSE or other equivalent qualifications

Campus location

Cheras, Kuala Lumpur

Indicative tuition fee 

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5. Sunway College

Qualification

Australian Matriculation Programme (AUSMAT)

Intakes

January, March, April, September

Entry requirements

Minimum of 5 credits including English for SPM, IGCSE or other equivalent qualifications

Campus location

Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Indicative tuition fee 

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Both SAM/SACE and Ausmat have their own benefits. It is depending on the students to see if they prefer more coursework over exams or an equal balance between those two. 

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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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