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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.

For further enquiries, contact EXCEL EDUCATION

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.

For further enquiries, contact EXCEL EDUCATION

 

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.

For further enquiries, contact EXCEL EDUCATION 

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.

For further enquiries, contact EXCEL EDUCATION

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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Raveena Rakni Suresh Raj 
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Best Colleges/ Universities to Study Early Childhood Education Courses in Malaysia

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The first several years of a baby is an extremely crucial time in their lives as it’s when they first learn how to interact with others, including peers, teachers, and parents, it’s also the time where their interest will start to develop and stay with them throughout their lives. 

It’s a common misperception that early childhood education is only about learning essential skills. But it is much more than that, it’s a time when children learn crucial social and emotional skills and a partnership is formed between the child, parents and teachers. When this is done successfully, it lays the groundwork for continuing growth throughout the child’s education. 

 

What is Early Childhood Education?

Early childhood, defined as the period from birth to eight years old, is a time of remarkable growth, especially with brain development at its peak. During this stage, children are highly influenced by the environment and the people that surround them.

Early childhood education (ECE) is more than just preparation for primary school. Still, it aims at the holistic development of a child’s social, emotional, cognitive and physical needs to build a stable and broad foundation of lifelong learning.

What are the Skills Needed in Early Childhood Education?

CreativityChildren are sponges at this early age, but they are also new to learning. Early childhood educators must be able to communicate with young learners on their level, including being able to break complex subjects into easily digestible pieces. They must be able offer details about classroom progress to parents so they are aware of their child’s performance and achievement level. Communication helps parents identify teachable moments in everyday situations and boost their child’s kindergarten readiness.

Communication Skills: Communication is vital as an early childhood educator. Not only on the basis of communicating the progress of children to their parents but they should also be able to understand and communicate with the children on their level

Organizational Skills: While it might look easy taking care of a bunch of kids, managing a classroom of young kids on sugar rush requires more organizational skills than you require. You’ll need to show up with your lessons planned with your props and always be on the lookout for the kids to in case something happens.

Patience: Children are the epitome of the energizer bunny, they’re full of energy and never seem to run out of it. They could be running even when the class is being conducted therefore being an early childhood educator requires a lot of patience.

 

Why Should You Study Early Childhood Education?

Being around young kids is definitely challenging, as they are not easy to manage. In Early Childhood Education, one has to have the patience as big as a mountain and the dedication and passion of teaching and moulding young minds of the future. 

You have a strong bond among children: If you’re someone who does not get tired of seeing children and you absolutely love to be around them every day even when they drive you up to the wall, then early childhood education might be the right path for you.

You want to be shaping young minds: Early childhood educators have a genuine opportunity to make a difference in young lives and influence the younger generation. They get to ensure that children get off a good start in their lives. 

You enjoy excellent job security: It’s a great time to consider a career in an early childhood education as it has strong growth and is one of the most in-demand professions among the others. 

Career opportunities are endless: There are various professional roles in the industry, so there’s always room for you to grow and challenge yourself in the industry.

What are the Major-Subjects Taught in Early Childhood Education?

Child Development: Refers to the studies of the mental, physical, emotional, social and intellectual development a child goes through from birth till adulthood. Students will learn about effective parenting, teaching and nurturing of children.

Learning and Play: Play-based learning helps a child develop holistically through social-emotional learning, developing confidence and motivation and practising cognitive skills. 

Children safety & Nutritional Skills: Early childhood is when children develop lifestyle habits that can lead to good health. Students would learn the importance of healthy eating and strategies to incorporate acceptable health practices into classroom activities.  

Language & Literacy: Covers literacy theories as well as strategies for encouraging literacy in young children. Students may also become skilled at identifying problems among children who have difficulty reading comprehension. 

Develop Age-Appropriate Curriculum: Learn how to develop lesson plans, activities, and learning objectives relevant to young children. They know methods used by children to organize, retain and recall information.

How Do I Become a Qualified EarlyChildhood Educator?

A degree in Early Childhood Education typically takes 3 years after completing Pre-University (e.g: A- Level, SACE, etc) or Foundation. However, students can choose to go into a Diploma program, which takes about 2 to 2.5 years to complete. Upon completing you can either choose to work or continue with a degree program in Early Childhood Education with a direct entry into Year 2.

General Entry Requirements for Early Childhood Education

Academic Requirement

SPM/ IGCSE

3 Credits for Diploma 

5 Credits for Foundation or other pre-university programs 

STPM

Minimum CGPA of 2.0 

A-Levels 

Minimum of 2 Pass

Diploma 

CGPA 2.0

*The requirements may vary among universities, for inquiries on other entry requirements, contact Excel Education.

Top Universities to Study Early Childhood Education in Malaysia

1. Methodist College Kuala Lumpur (MCKL)

Picture Credits: www.mckl.edu.my/gallery/14/Facilities/

Programme 

Diploma in Early Childhood Education

Duration

2.5 Years 

Intakes 

January, May & August 

Indicative Fees (2021)  

RM 26, 980

2. University of Wollongong, KDU

Picture Credits: https://thepienews.com/news/malaysia-wollongong-uni-acquires-kdu/

Programme 

Diploma in Early Childhood Education

Duration

2.5 Years

Intakes 

January, June & Sept 

Indicative Fees (2021) 

RM 25, 640

3. SEGi University

Picture Credits: www.segi.edu.my/visit-segi/

Programme 

Diploma in Early Childhood Education 

Bachelor of Education in Early Childhood (Dual Award) 

Duration

2 ½ Years

3 Years

Intakes

Jan, Mar, May, Jun, Sept

Jan, Apr, June, Aug, Sept, Oct

Indicative Fees (2021) 

RM 38, 300

RM 63, 755

The Bachelor of  Education (Dual Award) provides students with two degrees at the end of their studies one from SEGi University and the other from University of Central Lancaster (UCLAN), UK. Throughout the course, students will be able to choose among Early Childhood Education, Special Needs Education, TESL, and Guidance & Counselling as majors for their specialization.

4. Help University

Picture Credits: www.is.vnu.edu.vn/en/help-university

Programme 

Diploma in Early Childhood Education 

Bachelor in Early Childhood Education

Duration

3 Years

3 Years

Intakes

January, May & August 

January, May & August 

Indicative Fees (2021) 

RM 19, 200

RM 59, 900

5. UCSI College

Image Credit: www.ucsiuniversity.edu.my

Programme

Diploma in Early Childhood Education

Duration

2 ½ Years 

Intakes

January, May & Sept

Indicative Fees (2021) 

RM 21, 382

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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

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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

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Is ACCA the Right Course for You?

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You are passionate about accounting and numbers and you heard about the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). But you are not sure whether ACCA is the best course for your future. Before you make any decision, let us take a look at what this course is all about and do you have what it takes to pursue it? 

About ACCA

Now, ACCA is a professional accountancy body that is recognised, highly respected and valued around the world. They have 17 joint exam partnerships with national accountancy bodies globally that allows their trainees to qualify using ACCA Qualification structure. You see, not everyone in the accounting world is qualified and allowed to use the designatory letters ACCA behind their name.

Only students that complete ALL of the 13 exams, work for a required number of years and complete the professional ethics module are allowed to use this prestigious title in their business card, provided they keep updating themselves with the ACCA regulations, standards and news every year. With ACCA behind your name, you are a Chartered Certified Accountant and this means you are high calibre, experienced and deserve a higher salary than other people in the industry. This prestigious accountancy body should not be confused with an accounting degree examination.  

Details of ACCA Examination

Passing marks: 50% and above

Total exam papers: 13

Number of resit allowed: Unlimited

Exam Sittings: March, June, September & December every year

Maximum years to finish all papers: 10 years 

Trust me when I say ACCA is known everywhere in the world for its tough and rigorous exams #beentheredonethat. With only one mark difference can change your whole strategy for the next study plan. ACCA regarded 0% to 49% as failed and 50% and above as passed. What you will study is very technical and industry-related on topics such as Law, Tax, Audit, Finance and Performance Management.

There are 3 steps of ACCA exams and you must complete every paper before proceeding to the next step. The steps and papers are:

1. ACCA Applied Knowledge:

AB- Accountant In Business

MA- Management Accounting

FA- Financial Accounting

 

2. ACCA Applied Skills:

LW – Corporate and Business Law

PM – Performance Management

TX – Taxation

FR – Financial Reporting

AA – Audit and Assurance

FM – Financial Management

 

3. ACCA Strategic Professional:

Essential: 

SBL – Strategic Business Leader

SBR – Strategic Business Reporting

Options: Choose 2 only

AFM – Advanced Financial Management

APM – Advanced Performance Management

ATX – Advanced Taxation

AAA – Advanced Audit and Assurance

Once you have completed all these papers, you are not done yet. You need to sit for the Ethics and Professional Skills Module before entering the related working field or known as Practical Experience Requirement (PER). Most graduates choose to work with the Big 4 while some prefer commercial companies.The minimum years of working is 3 years before you become an affiliate. But bear in mind, you need to renew your member fees every year and failure to do so will result in losing the ACCA designatory letter and you are no longer associated with this top accountancy body. 

Quick Self-Assessment: Is ACCA the Right Choice for You?

So now you know the history of ACCA and the exam structure. It is time for you to do some self-reflections and answer the questions below to find out whether this route is for you or against you.

1. Do you love challenges?

You must love challenges and not just ‘like’ them. ACCA exam papers are one of the most difficult exams in the world to complete. You must have the perseverance attitude, not easily give up and be strong in spirit because if you fail one paper, you must re-sit it. But what if you fail that paper for the 5th time? Many ACCA students experienced it.

Therefore, you must have the determination, self-disciplined and persistence to study that particular paper, attend the class, do a lot of practices before attempting the paper for the 6th time. So, if you are the type of student who loves hard and tough exam papers, go check the second questions. 

2. Do you have a strong grasp on English language?

The exam papers are prepared by a board of qualified and expert people from the accounting industry in the United Kingdom. The question style is different compared to local universities whereby the knowledge on and lifestyle of local people is acknowledged.

However, since the exam authors are mostly British, you have to familiarise yourself with British way of professional business settings to understand the exam papers. If you also say yes to this question, go ahead and check the last question.

3. Do you see yourself as a Chartered Certified Accountant in the future?

You see, many people assume that the accountants only deal with numbers. That is not the case because you also need to understand the law of the country you practise, standards used to deal with accounting issues and actively participate in the company’s business future plan. So if you see yourself doing all these in the future, then being an accountant might be the right career for you.

If you answer YES to all these 3 questions, then this course is for you!

Education Pathway to Obtain ACCA Qualification In Malaysia

General Entry Requirements:

A-Level

Minimum 2 credits + 3 credits in O-Level/SPM including English & Mathematics

STPM

Minimum 2 credits + 3 credits in O-Level/SPM including English & Mathematics

UEC

Minimum 5Bs including English & Mathematics

SAM/AUSMAT

Minimum ATAR 70 + 5 credits in O-Level/SPM including English & Mathematics

The requirements may vary among colleges or institutions and contact us to find out more on other requirements than stated above 😃

Before you decide where to study ACCA, bear in mind about the Approved Learning Partner (ALP).

There are 3 status granted by ACCA to ALP around the world: Platinum, Gold and Silver.

Platinum Status

This is the highest and most prestigious level of approval to teach ACCA Qualification. Platinum learning partners are required to meet ACCA global best practices relating to the institution, course management, course delivery and student support. Not only that, Platinum learning partners need to demonstrate student pass rates that exceed global averages for the majority of the exams they teach.

Gold Status

Gold learning partners are required to meet ACCA global best practice relating to the institution, course management, course delivery and student support. To maintain the status, Gold learning partners need to demonstrate student pass rates.

Silver Status

Silver Learning Providers have demonstrated that they meet ACCA criteria for approval and are actively working in partnership with them to meet the remaining criteria for Gold approval.

Where To Study ACCA In Malaysia?

Sunway TES CAE Centre

Sunway University

ALP Status

Platinum

Location

Bandar Sunway, Selangor

Intakes

January, March, April (Knowledge module only)

July & September

Estimated Fees

RM 40,000 (including ACCA Exam Papers)

Benefits of studying in Sunway:

  • International environment

You are able to make long term friendships and connections from all around the world such as Maldives, China and India.

  • Industry connections

The Big 4 in Malaysia prefer to hire graduates from this college. They conduct interviews and give provisional offers to final paper students.

  • High Caliber Lecturers

It is known that their lecturers are on top of their game. Some lecturers are specifically hired from abroad just to teach Sunway students. Not only that, their experiences and skills are second to none.

HELP College of Arts and Technology

ALP Status

Platinum

Location

Kuala Lumpur

Intakes

January & July

Estimated Fees

RM 15,800 (excluding application, admin, MPU & ACCA exam fees)

Benefits of studying in Help:

  • Well Qualified Lecturers

With Platinum status, it is undeniable that their lecturers are highly qualified to teach the students.

  • Convenient

HELP College is located at and linked directly with Chan Sow Lin LRT Station. So, students can opt for public transport and save money on Grabcar or fuel if driving to class.

  • Accommodation

Hostel is directly above the campus of outstation and overseas students. You don’t have to worry about coming late to class because you stay nearby.

UOW Malaysia KDU College

KDU University

ALP Status

Platinum

Location

Damansara Jaya, Selangor

Intakes

January & July

Estimated Fees

RM 24,400

Benefits of studying in KDU:

  • Flexible

For students that take professional level papers that need to juggle between study and work, weekend classes are available.

  • Strong Student Support

This college will assist you in your initial registration with ACCA, academic counselling on study pathways and guidance in attaining your ACCA membership.

  • Effective Teaching and Assessing Style

Your progress will be reviewed through tests and mock exams. This is to ensure you are ready for your real exam days.

Taylor’s College

ALP Status

Gold

Location

Subang Jaya, Selangor

Intakes

January & July

Estimated Fees

RM 31,000 (including ACCA Exam Papers)

Benefits of studying in Taylor’s:

Experienced Lecturers

Their lecturers have been around the industry for a long time and this means they know basically everything about the accounting industry at the tips of their fingers.

International Friends

Many people around the globe study in Taylor’s and you can definitely enlarge your social circles and learn about their culture.

Small-Sized Class

The classes are relatively small and this ensures you a full understanding of the topics that you will learn.

Methodist College Kuala Lumpur (MCKL)

ALP Status

Gold

Location

Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur

Intakes

January & July

Estimated Fees

RM 30,000 (including ACCA Exam Papers)

Benefits of studying in MCKL:

  • Close-Knit Community

You will be able to form friendships that last forever. They will help you not just in study but in other areas as well because everyone cares about each other. 

  • Small-Sized Class

MCKL ensures  each class is small to ensure every student is able to focus 100%. 

  • Skilled Lecturers

The lecturers are very friendly and they use various means to teach students such as video recording and video cases.

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