Admission Requirements and Qualifying as an Advocate and Solicitor in Malaysia According to Legal Profession Qualifying Board


Law Entry Requirements and Qualifying as an Advocate and Solicitor in Malaysia According to the Legal Profession Qualifying Board

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It is important for students to choose top private universities in Malaysia with law degrees that are recognised by the Malaysian Bar and the Legal Profession Qualifying Board, Malaysia for purposes of the CLP examinations. In addition, check the entry requirements with the Malaysian Bar to ensure that you qualify. Students after SPM or O-Levels in Malaysia should go for the A-Levels or Australian Matriculation before pursuing the law degree.

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Admission Requirements for the Legal Profession Qualifying Board Malaysia and Qualifying as an Advocate and Solicitor from the Malaysian Bar website

Admission Requirements for the Legal Profession Qualifying Board Malaysia is taken from the Malaysian Bar website. For the latest guidelines, please contact the Legal Profession Qualifying Board Malaysia at:

Tel: (603) – 2691 0054 / (603) – 2691 0080
Fax: (603) – 2691 0142

Guidelines on Qualifications and Requirements for Recognition of holders of Australian and New Zealand Law Degrees to become ‘Qualified Person’ under the Legal Profession Act 1976.

Introduction

All matters pertaining to the qualifications and requirements for admission to the Bar in Malaysia are governed by the provisions under the Legal Profession Act 1976 (the Act). To be eligible for admission, a candidate must satisfy all requirements as are provided in the Act which may be broadly categorised as follows:

  • academic requirements
  • practical requirements
  • formal requirements

As to the academic requirements, this is satisfied if a candidate can show that he/she is a ‘qualified person’ within the meaning of section 3 of the Act. Under the Act, ‘qualified person’ means any person who:

  • has passed the final examination leading to the degree of Bachelor of Laws of the University of Malaya, the University of Malaya in Singapore, the University of Singapore or the National University of Singapore;
  • is a barrister-at-law of England; or
  • in possession of such other qualification as may by notification in the Gazette be declared by the Board to be sufficient to make a person a qualified person for the purposes of the Act.
    Such person must then satisfy the practical and formal requirements before he/she may petition for admission.

In exercise of the powers conferred by para (c) above, the Legal Profession Qualifying Board (the Qualifying Board) has declared various qualifications, thus making a holder of any one of those qualifications a qualified person under the Act. Indeed, all law degrees (LL.B) from Australia and New Zealand, which are at present recognised for the purposes of the Act, have gained recognition through various Gazette Notifications made under para (c) above.

For the recognition of Australia and New Zealand law degrees, the approach taken by the Qualifying Board in the past is to determine the university whose LL.B degree is to be recognised and to specify additional requirements to be satisfied before the holder of that LL.B degree is deemed to be a qualified person for purposes of section 3 of the Act. This is then declared by notification in the Gazette.

At present a person who has passed the final examination leading to the degree of Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) from 14 universities in Australia and 5 universities in New Zealand, as listed in the relevant Gazette Notifications, and who is qualified to gain admission as a barrister or solicitor in New Zealandand in the case of Australia, in the State in which the university is situated, and having passed the requisite subjects prescribed by the respective Barristers/Solicitors Board or its equivalent, is a qualified person for the purposes of section 3 of the Act.

In 1994, the Qualifying Board decided to review the recognition of all qualifications under the Act including the present position of the LL.B degrees from Australia and New Zealand. This review was necessary taking into account the changes that have taken place since those qualifications were first considered and the recent trends and practices in legal education and training of lawyers. The Qualifying Board also felt that it had to specify its own requirements in order to conform to the new Malaysian needs in achieving and maintaining the required standard for admission to the Malaysian Bar and to provide for a uniform criteria for admission.

In March 1995, the Qualifying Board announced a new set of Guidelines for holders of LL.B degrees from universities in the United Kingdom (U.K.) to qualify to enter the Malaysian Certificate in Legal Practice examination (CLP) with the view of admission to the Bar. The Qualifying Board has now decided to introduce new Guidelines on the academic requirements for holders of Australian and New Zealand law degrees which are outlined below:

Guidelines on the New Academic Requirements

These Guidelines shall specify the requirements and criteria before a law degree from Australia and New Zealand is deemed to have satisfied the academic requirements and making a holder of such a law degree a qualified person for the purposes of section 3 of the Act. These new Guidelines are contained in Part One and Part Two.

It should be emphasised that these new Guidelines are applicable only to those who intend to use such law degrees to qualify for admission to the Bar in Malaysia and not to bar any person from acquiring such law degree for other purposes.

These Guidelines are introduced after careful study and discussions since 1994. In particular, they take into account of the following:

  • a special report commissioned by the Qualifying Board on law degrees in Australian and New Zealand;
  • visits and discussions the Qualifying Board had with the relevant authorities in Australian and New Zealand;
  • changes that have taken place in the area of legal education and training of lawyers in Australian, New Zealand and Malaysia; and
  • the need to streamline all academic qualifications which are being used for purposes of admission to the Bar in Malaysia.

These Guidelines consist of TWO parts:

  • Part One : New academic requirements and criteria to be satisfied before the holder of a law degree is deemed to be a qualified person under the Act.
  • Part Two: The qualifying degrees. The list of universities and their respective law programmes recognised by the Qualifying Board.

PART ONE

Academic Requirements

A. Certificate in Legal Practice
A person who has passed the final examination conducted by any of the universities listed in Part Two leading to the degree of Bachelor of Laws after 1 May 1999 is required to sit for and pass the examination for the Malaysian Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP) conducted by the Qualifying Board before he/she is deemed to be a qualified person under section 3 of the Legal Profession Act. 1976.

B. New Criteria
In addition to the requirement in (A) above, a candidate with any of the law degrees as are listed in Part Two must satisfy the following criteria as pre-requisites to sit for the CLP examination:

RULES

  1. Entry requirements
  2. Duration of the law degree
  3. Subjects
  4. Twinning Programmes
  5. Joint Degrees
  6. Transfers
  7. Modes of Study
  8. Branch Campus
  9. Mature Student Entry
  10. Transitional
  11. Entry requirements
    Candidates must have obtained the minimum grades as the entry requirements into the law programmes which are as follows:

1.1 Achievement at the SPM level or its equivalent. All candidates must have obtained a minimum of 3 credit passes at the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) or its equivalent which passes must be obtained in the one and the same sitting of the examination.

1.2 Achievement at STPM level or its equivalent
1.2.1 All candidates must have obtained a minimum of 2 principal passes at the Sijil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia (STPM) or its equivalent which passes must be obtained in the one and same sitting of the examination;
AND
1.2.2 The duration of the STPM course of study or its equivalent SHALL be a minimum of one academic year.

1.3 For the purposes of these Guidelines :

1.3.1 The qualifications which are accepted as equivalent o the SPM are:
a. the ‘O’ levels examination by the various Boards in the United Kingdom
b. the School Certificate examination in Australia, and
c. the School Certificate examination for New Zealand schools, colleges and high schools.

1.3.2 The qualifications which are accepted as equivalent o the STPM are:
a. the ‘A’ levels examination by the various Boards in the United Kingdom,
b. the Australian Matriculation examination,
c. the New Zealand Bursaries examination, and
d. any other qualifications which may be accepted by the Qualifying Board as equivalent to the STPM.

  1. Duration of the law degree

2.1 The duration for the law degrees SHALL be a minimum of 3 academic years.

2.2 In the case of a full-time study at a university, the law degree which is obtained must be completed within 6 years of initial registration with that university.

  1. Subjects

3.1 The law degree SHALL contain a minimum of 12 substantive law subjects,

3.2 The 12 law subjects, SHALL include the following 6 core- subjects:
a. Law of Contract
b. Law of Torts
c. Constitutional Law
d. Criminal Law
e. Land Law, and
f. Equity and Trusts

3.3 Each of the core-subjects as in (3.2) above, SHALL be studied for the duration of one academic year

3.4 Candidates must have passed all the core-subjects mentioned in (3.2) above.

  1. Twinning Programmes
    If the law degree is conducted through twinning or other collaborative arrangements between universities in Australia and New Zealand and local colleges in Malaysia, such programmes must satisfy the following criteria:

4.1 The twinning arrangement SHALL consist of the maximum of 2 academic years of study in Malaysia followed by a minimum of one academic year of study in Australia or New Zealand.

4.2 The curriculum and coverage of the 2 academic years of study in Malaysia SHALL be the same as that conducted and covered internally by that Australian or New Zealand university which is the partner in that twinning arrangement and SHALL be validated annually and supervised by the same Australian or New Zealand university.

4.3 The 2 academic years course of study in Malaysia under a twinning arrangement and the local colleges conducting such programmes must be approved by the Ministry of Education of Malaysia or any body established by statute for that purpose.

  1. Joint Degrees
    Where two or more different and distinct disciplines or branches of learning are combined and studied in one degree programme, that degree is a joint degree for the purposes of these Guidelines.
    Such joint degrees are recognised under these Guidelines only if the duration is extended to 5 years or more.
  • Transfers
    6.1 A law degree from any university is not recognised under these Guidelines if a holder of that degree was in the first instance a failed student from another law school who had obtained transfer to that university from which he graduates with a law degree and who was not required to commence the course afresh.

  • 6.2 Where a student has failed a part of his course or obtained only a conditional pass in any university and subsequently transfers his studies to another university where he is provided credit for any part of the course which he has passed and is allowed to proceed to the next year of study without being required to pass the complete examination diet of the equivalent year that he failed or was referred in his original university, his final law degree is NOT accepted under these Guidelines. This does not include a failed student who commences his course afresh at a different university after failure at his original university and thereafter successfully completes his course and awarded a degree.

    1. Modes of Study
      A law degree is accepted only if it involves full-time study either wholly at a university in Australia and New Zealandor partly at a local college in Malaysia and partly at a university in Australia and New Zealand under a twinning arrangement as in (4) above.
  • Branch Campus
    A law degree which is acquired from any university through its branch campus located in Malaysia or elsewhere SHALL be given the same treatment as though it is granted by the parent university in Australia or New Zealand.

  • Mature Student Entry
    IN LIMITED CASES, mature students may be admitted to pursue a law degree. Such students :

  • 9.1 shall have a minimum of 3 credits passes at SPM level or its equivalent, AND

    9.2 shall possess a minimum of 5 years of proven working experience in the related field, AND

    9.3 must be declared as suitable and proficient to follow the law programme by a special panel comprising of officials of the admitting university in concurrence with the Qualifying Board.

    1. Transitional
      Rules 1 to 9 above shall NOT apply to a candidate who has joined any of the universities listed in Part Twofor the law degree programme before 1 May 1999.

    PART TWO

    Qualifying Degrees

    The Qualifying Board hereby declares that effective 1 May 1999, only the universities and their respective law degrees as listed below are recognised as qualifying degrees enabling the holders of the law degrees to sit for the CLP examination for purposes of Part One of these Guidelines and with the view of admission to the Bar in Malaysia:

    Australia

    1. Australian National University – LL.B.
  • University of Sydney – LL.B.

  • University of Adelaide – LL.B.

  • Monash University – LL.B.

  • University of Melbourne – LL.B.

  • University of Western Australia – LL.B.

  • Macquaire University – LL.B.

  • University of New South Wales – LL.B.

  • University of Queensland – LL.B.

  • University of Tasmania – LL.B.

  • University of Technology, Sydney – LL.B.

  • Bond University, Queensland – LL.B.

  • Murdoch University – LL.B.

  • Queensland University of Technology – LL.B.
    New Zealand

  • University of Auckland – LL.B.

  • University of Canterbury – LL.B.

  • Victoria University of Wellington – LL.B.

  • University of Otago – LL.B.

  • University of Waikato – LL.B.

  • 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.

    These Guidelines were issued by the Qualifying Board on 30 April 1998.

    How to be a member

    Admission – Qualifying as an Advocate and Solicitor in Malaysia

    The provisions governing admission and qualifications for admission to the Malaysian Bar can be found in Sections 10 – 19 of the Legal Profession Act 1976 (the Act) and the Notifications made from time to time under section 3 thereof. In any event, all decisions regarding the recognition of qualifications for the purposes of admission come under the jurisdiction of the Qualifying Board which is established under Part II of the Act. The Board has issued several guidelines for admission.

    A. Legal Profession Professional Qualifying Board, Malaysia.
    B. New Guidelines On Qualifications and Requirements.
    To Qualify to sit for the Malaysian Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP) Examination (for Law Degrees from the United Kingdom)
    Legal Profession Professional Qualifying Board, Malaysia

    Introduction

    Legal Profession Qualifying Board of Malaysia (the Board) was established under the Part II of the Act. One of the functions of the Board is to decide on the qualifications which may entitle a person to become a “qualified person” within the meaning of section 3 of the Act for purposes of Admission as an advocate and solicitor in Malaysia. “Qualified person” means any person who:

    a. has passed the final examination leading to the degree of Bachelor of Laws of the University of Malaya, the University Malaya in Singapore, the University of Singapore or the National University of Singapore;
    b. is a barrister-at-law of England; or
    c. is in possession of such other qualification as may by notification in the Gazette be declared by the Board to be sufficient to make a person a qualified person for the purpose of the Act.
    Qualifications for admission to the Malaysian Bar

    Under sections 10 and 11 of the Act and subject to section 14 of the Act, a “qualified person” may be admitted as an advocate and solicitor in Malaysia if he/she satisfies the following conditions:

    a. he / she attained the age of eighteen years;
    b. is of good character;
    c. is either a Federal citizen or a permanent resident of Malaysia;
    d. has satisfactorily served in Malaysia the prescribed period of pupillage for qualified persons: and
    e. as from 1st January 1984, has passed or is exempted from the Bahasa Malaysia Qualifying Examination conducted by the Board.

    Bahasa Malaysia Qualifying Examination

    By virtue of section 5(f) and 11(2) of the Act, the Board is granted the powers to conduct and organise the Bahasa Malaysia Qualifying Examination (BMQE). This examination consists of an oral test on the proficiency in Bahasa Malaysia for admission to the Malaysian Bar. For applicants who are able to provide proof of their proficiency the Board grants exemptions to such applicants.

    Membership of Board

    By virtue of section 7 of the Act, the Board consists of:

    a. the Attorney General who is the Chairman;
    b. two judges nominated by the Chief Justice;
    c. the Chairman of the Bar Council; and
    d. a Dean of the Faculty of Law nominated by the Minister of Education.
    Apart from the persons mentioned above, the Chief Registrar of the Federal Court is the Secretary to the Board. The Board is further granted powers to appoint other officers and staff to perform its day to day functions. The CLP Examination is headed by the Director of Examinations appointed by the Board. THE BMQE is conducted by the special panel appointed by the Board.

    The office of the Board

    The office of the Board is located at:

    Legal Profession Qualifying Board Malaysia
    3rd Floor, Wisma Straits Trading
    No 2, Jalan Lebuh Pasar Besar
    50050 Kuala Lumpur
    Tel: 03-2691 0054, 03-2691 0080
    Fax: 03-2691 0142

    Notifications made under section 3 of the Legal Profession Act 1976.

    Which Private University to study in Malaysia for Recognised Law Degree?

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    Law students at Taylor’s University

    Students after SPM or O-Levels would need to take the A-Levels or South Australian Matriculation first before pursuing the Law degree in Malaysia. To succeed in the A-Levels or Australian Matriculation, it’s best to take the January intake as they are longer in duration which helps you to prepare better.

    The best private colleges in Malaysia for the A-Levels  programme are Taylors College,HELP AcademyKDU Penang University CollegeKDU College Damansara Jaya and UCSI University. Best College in Malaysia for the 1-year Cambridge Pre-Law A-Levels is KDU College.

    The best private colleges in Malaysia for South Australian Matriculation (SAM)/SACE International Pre-University programme are Taylors College Subang Jaya, Taylor’s College Sri Hartamas and Disted College Penang.

    After you obtain at least 2 principals in the A-Levels, you can either go for the law degree i.e. LLB (Hons) from recognised universities such as Taylor’s University or KDU CollegeTaylor’s University Bachelor of Laws degree. is recognised by the Malaysian Bar and the Legal Profession Qualifying Board, Malaysia for purposes of the CLP examinations.

    You may also take up the UK Law Degree Transfer (UKT) at Taylor’s University or HELP University and study 2 years in Malaysia and go to their top UK university partner for your final year. Upon completing your degree, you may choose to take up the Bar Vocational Course (BVC) in the UK and

    KDU College offers the University of London International Programmes Law (LLB)

    KDU College offers the University of London International Programmes Law (LLB)

    be called up to the English Bar or choose to come back to Malaysia to sit for a qualifying exam in order to obtain the Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP).

    When you complete all the required exams, you will undergo a 9-month training commonly known as chambering or pupilage. This is the period where one is exposed to the working world of law. You can be paid between RM300-RM1000 for this period.

    While serving the 9-month pupilage you will still need to sit through some exams conducted by Malaysian Bar and partake in Malaysian Bar legal aid programme before you can be called to the Malaysian Bar to become a qualified lawyer

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    Top Private Universities in Malaysia for Recognised Law Degree


    Education Pathway at Top Universities to Become a Lawyer in Malaysia

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    It is important for students to choose top private universities in Malaysia with law degrees that are recognised by the Malaysian Bar and the Legal Profession Qualifying Board, Malaysia for purposes of the CLP examinations. In addition, check the entry requirements with the Malaysian Bar to ensure that you qualify. Students after SPM or O-Levels in Malaysia should go for the A-Levels or Australian Matriculation before pursuing the law degree.

    A lawyer is also known as an attorney, solicitor, barrister or advocate and is an individual who has obtained the necessary qualifications to be called to the bar to practice law. Lawyer can act as both advocates and advisors on behalf of their clients.

    A lawyer, also known as an “attorney,” “counselor,” solicitor,” “barrister” or “advocate,” is an individual licensed by the state to engage in the practice of law and advise clients on legal matters. Lawyers act as both advocates and advisors on behalf of their clients. As advocates, they represent either the plaintiff (the party filing the lawsuit) or the defendant (the party defending the lawsuit), advancing their client’s case through oral argument and through written documents such as motions and briefs. As advisors, lawyers counsel clients on how the facts of their particular case apply to the law.

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    Study at a Top Private University in Malaysia for Law

    Students who love to read, talk, and write should consider law. You like to stand up for others and help people. When you are good in subjects like Sejarah, Moral, English or Biology, you can consider a career in Law. A few of these skills are exceptional 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.

    What do lawyers do in Malaysia?

    Taylors University Lakeside Campus is one of the best universities in Malaysia having being ranked Excellent or Tier 5 in the SETARA 2013

    Taylors University Lakeside Campus is one of the best universities in Malaysia having being ranked Excellent or Tier 5 in the SETARA 2013

    Although 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 specialize in bankruptcy, international, elder, probate, or environmental law. The growing field of intellectual property is also seeing a growing level of attention from lawyers.

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

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

    Lawyers can also choose to work in other industries

    Education and academic administration

    You can work as a lecturer or marketing staff in the colleges that offer Law

    1st Year Law students at HELP University

    1st Year Law students at HELP University

    programmes. Legal knowledge is also useful in non-teaching positions at universities, work in the law library or admissions.

    Banking and finance

    Lawyers with experience in securities, trusts and estates, tax or banking law, you can venture into the lucrative field of banking and finance. Positions include:  risk manager, estate planning advisor, trust officer, financial planner, commercial loans officer and mutual fund administrator.

    Conflict resolution

    Arbitration, mediation and negotiation are growing fields employing individuals with legal backgrounds as arbitrators and mediators. Hospitals, school associations, universities and government agencies all hire professionals with strong communication and dispute resolution skills. Note that mediation positions may not be full-time – mediators tend to be retained on a contract basis to assist with a specific dispute.

    Government and politics

    KDU College offers the University of London International Programmes Law (LLB)

    KDU College offers the University of London International Programmes Law (LLB)

    The federal and provincial governments often hire lawyers as policy analysts to gather

    and research information, analyze issues in written reports and coordinate the development of strategic policy. Matters involving policy related issues range from health and transportation to education and the environment. Politics is another popular field for lawyers. Positions include speech writer, political fundraiser, campaign manager, lobbyist or even political candidate.

    Human resources

    Companies need talented professionals to recruit new people and oversee their staff. You can work as a hiring coordinator, human resources administrator or training manager. And don’t forget working within the legal profession as a non-lawyer – inside knowledge of the legal industry makes you well suited for a job as a law firm administrator, head of associate recruiting, marketing director or professional development manager.

    Legal consulting

    A lawyer should be able to present his facts clearly and speak well

    Some lawyers consult to law firms in law office management, marketing and client development. If you’re tech-savvy, you can put your knowledge about legal software to work as an information technology consultant. With a nursing background, you can work as a legal nurse consultant, reviewing medical records in medical malpractice and personal injury cases, providing advice to the lawyers involved and acting as an expert witness.

    Legal writing, editing and publishing

    A lawyer’s research and writing skills are particularly useful. Several lawyers work as freelance legal writers and editors – contributing articles for legal publications, writing

    do-it-yourself law books and researching/writing booklets on legal topics like divorce and landlord/tenancy matters for poverty law groups and government-funded organizations. Other one-time lawyers are now legal or business columnists for newspapers and magazines. Still others write content for law firm websites or are full-time editors for bar association newsletters and law, business or accounting publications.

    Job Demand for Lawyers in Malaysia

    There are 14,300 registered lawyers in Malaysia.

    Number of Legal Firms by State in Malaysia

    State

    No. of Legal Firms

    Johor

    680

    Kedah

    273

    Kelantan

    216

    Melaka

    211

    Negeri Sembilan

    263

    Pahang

    210

    Penang

    606

    Perak

    421

    Perlis

    23

    Selangor

    1896

    Terengganu

    136

    Wilayah Persekutuan

    2009

    Wilayah Persekutuan Labuan

    11

    Total

    6955

    Number of Lawyers by State in Malaysia

    State

    No. of Lawyers

    Johor

    1242

    Kedah

    467

    Kelantan

    374

    Melaka

    412

    Negeri Sembilan

    433

    Others

    286

    Pahang

    371

    Penang

    1248

    Perak

    729

    Perlis

    38

    Selangor

    3801

    Terengganu

    244

    Wilayah Persekutuan

    6741

    Wilayah Persekutuan Labuan

    12

    Total

    16398

    How do you become a Lawyer in Malaysia?

    Law students at Taylor's University

    Law students at Taylor’s University

    The 1st step after SPM or O-Levels is to find the right college to study your A-Levels or South Australian MatriculationThe best private colleges in Malaysia for the A-Levels  programme are Taylors College,HELP AcademyKDU Penang University CollegeKDU College Damansara Jaya and UCSI University. Best College in Malaysia for the 1-year Cambridge Pre-Law A-Levels is KDU College.

    The best private colleges in Malaysia for South Australian Matriculation (SAM)/SACE International Pre-University programme are Taylors College Subang Jaya, Taylor’s College Sri Hartamas and Disted College Penang.

    After you obtain at least 2 principals in the A-Levels, you can either go for the law degree i.e. LLB (Hons) from recognised universities such as Taylor’s University or KDU College or take up the UK Law Degree Transfer Programme at the same universities and study 2 years in Malaysia and go to the UK for your final year.

    Upon completing your degree, you may choose to take up the Bar Vocational Course (BVC) in the UK and

    KDU College offers the University of London International Programmes Law (LLB)

    KDU College offers the University of London International Programmes Law (LLB)

    be called up to the English Bar or choose to come back to Malaysia to sit for a qualifying exam in order to obtain the Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP).

    When you complete all the required exams, you will undergo a 9-month training commonly known as chambering or pupilage. This is the period where one is exposed to the working world of law. You can be paid between RM300-RM1000 for this period.

    While serving the 9-month pupilage you will still need to sit through some exams conducted by Malaysian Bar and partake in Malaysian Bar legal aid programme before you can be called to the Malaysian Bar to become a qualified lawyer

    Four Steps to Become a Lawyer in Malaysia after SPM or O-Levels

    1. Take a Recognised Pre-University Course. Students after SPM or O-Levels will need at least 5Cs or Credits including English and Maths. The internal Foundation is not recognised for students who want to take the CLP in order to practice. Generally, the A-Levels is the best option for students wanting to pursue a law degree in Malaysia or in the UK.
    2. Earn a law degree from an approved university. Before enrolling with a university, verify that the LL.B course is an honors 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.

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    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 graduates of the University of Malaya or National University of Singapore have already satisfied these requirements and do not need to sit for these examinations.
    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 such program 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 300 to 1,000 Malaysian Ringgit. During the training attachment, you will still 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.

    The Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP)

    This Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP) is one of those qualifications entitling the holder to become a qualified person. The examination is conducted by the Board by virtue of section 5(e) of the Act. Applications to sit for the CLP examinations are open to holders of Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) degrees conferred by the universities in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and certain universities in Australia and New Zealand whose qualifications are not gazetted under section 3 of the Act.

    Like all law graduates, CLP graduates must proceed to read in chambers or better known as chambering, which is a form of apprenticeship similar to a pupillage in England. After completing nine (9) months of chambering, the student may finally be called to the bar and become a qualified lawyer. Examinations are normally held around July each year.

    Every student is required to sit for five subject papers. The said examination is conducted once a year where candidates are examined on the following subjects:

    a. General Paper;

    b. Civil Procedure;

    c. Criminal Procedure;

    d. Evidence;

    e. Professional Practice

    For holders of Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) degrees from England, Wales and Northern Ireland, the board has set certain guidelines on qualifications and requirements to qualify to sit for the CLP examinations. The Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP) is a course and examination taken by foreign law graduates in order to become a qualified lawyer in Malaysia. The examination is conducted by the Legal Profession Qualifying Board of Malaysia and is governed by the Legal Profession Act 1976. The Board allows degree holders from certain universities in the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand to sit for the examination.

    If a student fails one paper he or she may be given a conditional pass and be allowed to resit that subject two more times. However, if a student failed in two or more papers, he must sit for the whole examination again in order to obtain the certificate. A student is allowed to sit for the examination four times. The Legal Profession Qualifying Board only sets the examination and does not provide classes to prepare the candidate for the examination.

    Entry Requirements by the Legal Profession Qualifying Board as Found in the Malaysian Bar Website

    It is very important to check with the Malaysian Bar as to the latest Entry Requirements. If you study Foundation, Diploma or other Pre-University programme not recognised by the Qualifying Board, you may not be allowed to sit for the CLP.

    Admission Requirements for the Legal Profession Qualifying Board Malaysia is taken from the Malaysian Bar website. For the latest guidelines, please contact the Legal Profession Qualifying Board Malaysia at:

    Tel: (603) – 2691 0054 / (603) – 2691 0080
    Fax: (603) – 2691 0142

    Guidelines on Qualifications and Requirements for Recognition of holders of Australian and New Zealand Law Degrees to become ‘Qualified Person’ under the Legal Profession Act 1976.

    Introduction

    All matters pertaining to the qualifications and requirements for admission to the Bar in Malaysia are governed by the provisions under the Legal Profession Act 1976 (the Act). To be eligible for admission, a candidate must satisfy all requirements as are provided in the Act which may be broadly categorised as follows:

    • academic requirements
    • practical requirements
    • formal requirements

    As to the academic requirements, this is satisfied if a candidate can show that he/she is a ‘qualified person’ within the meaning of section 3 of the Act. Under the Act, ‘qualified person’ means any person who:

    • has passed the final examination leading to the degree of Bachelor of Laws of the University of Malaya, the University of Malaya in Singapore, the University of Singapore or the National University of Singapore;
    • is a barrister-at-law of England; or
    • in possession of such other qualification as may by notification in the Gazette be declared by the Board to be sufficient to make a person a qualified person for the purposes of the Act.
      Such person must then satisfy the practical and formal requirements before he/she may petition for admission.

    In exercise of the powers conferred by para (c) above, the Legal Profession Qualifying Board (the Qualifying Board) has declared various qualifications, thus making a holder of any one of those qualifications a qualified person under the Act. Indeed, all law degrees (LL.B) from Australia and New Zealand, which are at present recognised for the purposes of the Act, have gained recognition through various Gazette Notifications made under para (c) above.

    For the recognition of Australia and New Zealand law degrees, the approach taken by the Qualifying Board in the past is to determine the university whose LL.B degree is to be recognised and to specify additional requirements to be satisfied before the holder of that LL.B degree is deemed to be a qualified person for purposes of section 3 of the Act. This is then declared by notification in the Gazette.

    At present a person who has passed the final examination leading to the degree of Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) from 14 universities in Australia and 5 universities in New Zealand, as listed in the relevant Gazette Notifications, and who is qualified to gain admission as a barrister or solicitor in New Zealandand in the case of Australia, in the State in which the university is situated, and having passed the requisite subjects prescribed by the respective Barristers/Solicitors Board or its equivalent, is a qualified person for the purposes of section 3 of the Act.

    In 1994, the Qualifying Board decided to review the recognition of all qualifications under the Act including the present position of the LL.B degrees from Australia and New Zealand. This review was necessary taking into account the changes that have taken place since those qualifications were first considered and the recent trends and practices in legal education and training of lawyers. The Qualifying Board also felt that it had to specify its own requirements in order to conform to the new Malaysian needs in achieving and maintaining the required standard for admission to the Malaysian Bar and to provide for a uniform criteria for admission.

    In March 1995, the Qualifying Board announced a new set of Guidelines for holders of LL.B degrees from universities in the United Kingdom (U.K.) to qualify to enter the Malaysian Certificate in Legal Practice examination (CLP) with the view of admission to the Bar. The Qualifying Board has now decided to introduce new Guidelines on the academic requirements for holders of Australian and New Zealand law degrees which are outlined below:

    Guidelines on the New Academic Requirements

    These Guidelines shall specify the requirements and criteria before a law degree from Australia and New Zealand is deemed to have satisfied the academic requirements and making a holder of such a law degree a qualified person for the purposes of section 3 of the Act. These new Guidelines are contained in Part One and Part Two.

    It should be emphasised that these new Guidelines are applicable only to those who intend to use such law degrees to qualify for admission to the Bar in Malaysia and not to bar any person from acquiring such law degree for other purposes.

    These Guidelines are introduced after careful study and discussions since 1994. In particular, they take into account of the following:

    • a special report commissioned by the Qualifying Board on law degrees in Australian and New Zealand;
    • visits and discussions the Qualifying Board had with the relevant authorities in Australian and New Zealand;
    • changes that have taken place in the area of legal education and training of lawyers in Australian, New Zealand and Malaysia; and
    • the need to streamline all academic qualifications which are being used for purposes of admission to the Bar in Malaysia.

    These Guidelines consist of TWO parts:

    • Part One : New academic requirements and criteria to be satisfied before the holder of a law degree is deemed to be a qualified person under the Act.
    • Part Two: The qualifying degrees. The list of universities and their respective law programmes recognised by the Qualifying Board.

    PART ONE

    Academic Requirements

    A. Certificate in Legal Practice
    A person who has passed the final examination conducted by any of the universities listed in Part Two leading to the degree of Bachelor of Laws after 1 May 1999 is required to sit for and pass the examination for the Malaysian Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP) conducted by the Qualifying Board before he/she is deemed to be a qualified person under section 3 of the Legal Profession Act. 1976.

    B. New Criteria
    In addition to the requirement in (A) above, a candidate with any of the law degrees as are listed in Part Two must satisfy the following criteria as pre-requisites to sit for the CLP examination:

    RULES

    1. Entry requirements
    2. Duration of the law degree
    3. Subjects
    4. Twinning Programmes
    5. Joint Degrees
    6. Transfers
    7. Modes of Study
    8. Branch Campus
    9. Mature Student Entry
    10. Transitional
    11. Entry requirements
      Candidates must have obtained the minimum grades as the entry requirements into the law programmes which are as follows:

    1.1 Achievement at the SPM level or its equivalent. All candidates must have obtained a minimum of 3 credit passes at the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) or its equivalent which passes must be obtained in the one and the same sitting of the examination.

    1.2 Achievement at STPM level or its equivalent
    1.2.1 All candidates must have obtained a minimum of 2 principal passes at the Sijil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia (STPM) or its equivalent which passes must be obtained in the one and same sitting of the examination;
    AND
    1.2.2 The duration of the STPM course of study or its equivalent SHALL be a minimum of one academic year.

    1.3 For the purposes of these Guidelines :

    1.3.1 The qualifications which are accepted as equivalent o the SPM are:
    a. the ‘O’ levels examination by the various Boards in the United Kingdom
    b. the School Certificate examination in Australia, and
    c. the School Certificate examination for New Zealand schools, colleges and high schools.

    1.3.2 The qualifications which are accepted as equivalent o the STPM are:
    a. the ‘A’ levels examination by the various Boards in the United Kingdom,
    b. the Australian Matriculation examination,
    c. the New Zealand Bursaries examination, and
    d. any other qualifications which may be accepted by the Qualifying Board as equivalent to the STPM.

    1. Duration of the law degree

    2.1 The duration for the law degrees SHALL be a minimum of 3 academic years.

    2.2 In the case of a full-time study at a university, the law degree which is obtained must be completed within 6 years of initial registration with that university.

    1. Subjects

    3.1 The law degree SHALL contain a minimum of 12 substantive law subjects,

    3.2 The 12 law subjects, SHALL include the following 6 core- subjects:
    a. Law of Contract
    b. Law of Torts
    c. Constitutional Law
    d. Criminal Law
    e. Land Law, and
    f. Equity and Trusts

    3.3 Each of the core-subjects as in (3.2) above, SHALL be studied for the duration of one academic year

    3.4 Candidates must have passed all the core-subjects mentioned in (3.2) above.

    1. Twinning Programmes
      If the law degree is conducted through twinning or other collaborative arrangements between universities in Australia and New Zealand and local colleges in Malaysia, such programmes must satisfy the following criteria:

    4.1 The twinning arrangement SHALL consist of the maximum of 2 academic years of study in Malaysia followed by a minimum of one academic year of study in Australia or New Zealand.

    4.2 The curriculum and coverage of the 2 academic years of study in Malaysia SHALL be the same as that conducted and covered internally by that Australian or New Zealand university which is the partner in that twinning arrangement and SHALL be validated annually and supervised by the same Australian or New Zealand university.

    4.3 The 2 academic years course of study in Malaysia under a twinning arrangement and the local colleges conducting such programmes must be approved by the Ministry of Education of Malaysia or any body established by statute for that purpose.

    1. Joint Degrees
      Where two or more different and distinct disciplines or branches of learning are combined and studied in one degree programme, that degree is a joint degree for the purposes of these Guidelines.
      Such joint degrees are recognised under these Guidelines only if the duration is extended to 5 years or more.
  • Transfers
    6.1 A law degree from any university is not recognised under these Guidelines if a holder of that degree was in the first instance a failed student from another law school who had obtained transfer to that university from which he graduates with a law degree and who was not required to commence the course afresh.

  • 6.2 Where a student has failed a part of his course or obtained only a conditional pass in any university and subsequently transfers his studies to another university where he is provided credit for any part of the course which he has passed and is allowed to proceed to the next year of study without being required to pass the complete examination diet of the equivalent year that he failed or was referred in his original university, his final law degree is NOT accepted under these Guidelines. This does not include a failed student who commences his course afresh at a different university after failure at his original university and thereafter successfully completes his course and awarded a degree.

    1. Modes of Study
      A law degree is accepted only if it involves full-time study either wholly at a university in Australia and New Zealandor partly at a local college in Malaysia and partly at a university in Australia and New Zealand under a twinning arrangement as in (4) above.
  • Branch Campus
    A law degree which is acquired from any university through its branch campus located in Malaysia or elsewhere SHALL be given the same treatment as though it is granted by the parent university in Australia or New Zealand.

  • Mature Student Entry
    IN LIMITED CASES, mature students may be admitted to pursue a law degree. Such students :

  • 9.1 shall have a minimum of 3 credits passes at SPM level or its equivalent, AND

    9.2 shall possess a minimum of 5 years of proven working experience in the related field, AND

    9.3 must be declared as suitable and proficient to follow the law programme by a special panel comprising of officials of the admitting university in concurrence with the Qualifying Board.

    1. Transitional
      Rules 1 to 9 above shall NOT apply to a candidate who has joined any of the universities listed in Part Twofor the law degree programme before 1 May 1999.

    PART TWO

    Qualifying Degrees

    The Qualifying Board hereby declares that effective 1 May 1999, only the universities and their respective law degrees as listed below are recognised as qualifying degrees enabling the holders of the law degrees to sit for the CLP examination for purposes of Part One of these Guidelines and with the view of admission to the Bar in Malaysia:

    Australia

    1. Australian National University – LL.B.
  • University of Sydney – LL.B.

  • University of Adelaide – LL.B.

  • Monash University – LL.B.

  • University of Melbourne – LL.B.

  • University of Western Australia – LL.B.

  • Macquaire University – LL.B.

  • University of New South Wales – LL.B.

  • University of Queensland – LL.B.

  • University of Tasmania – LL.B.

  • University of Technology, Sydney – LL.B.

  • Bond University, Queensland – LL.B.

  • Murdoch University – LL.B.

  • Queensland University of Technology – LL.B.
    New Zealand

  • University of Auckland – LL.B.

  • University of Canterbury – LL.B.

  • Victoria University of Wellington – LL.B.

  • University of Otago – LL.B.

  • University of Waikato – LL.B.

  • 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.

    These Guidelines were issued by the Qualifying Board on 30 April 1998.

    Top Law Degree Recognised by the Malaysian Bar and the Legal Profession Qualifying Board at Taylors University

    Taylors University offers a conducive environment for students to excel in their studies

    Taylors University offers a conducive environment for students to excel in their studies

    Students after SPM or O-Levels must have 5 credits including English and Bahasa Melayu to enter into the A-Level programme before continuing on to Taylor’s Bachelor of Laws degree. The Law degree at Taylor’s University is recognised by the Malaysian Bar and the Legal Profession Qualifying Board, Malaysia for purposes of the CLP examinations.

    Taylor’s University has won many law awards and is ranked Excellent or Tier 5 in the SETARA 2013. Taylor’s University is also ranked as one of the Top 250 universities in Asia by QS University Rankings: Asia 2015.

    Officially upgraded to University in September 2010, Taylor’s is one of Malaysia’s top private universities. Over 70% of Taylors University’s graduates are employed within 2 months. In addition, the university has strong partnerships with 3,000+ career partners in Malaysia and globally. Taylor’s University is one of the best universities in Malaysia for you to study the Bachelor of Laws degree.

    The Best Law Programme in Malaysia at Taylor’s University

    Taylors University is strategically located at Subang Jaya, Selangor in a safe self-sustaining 27-acre campus

    Taylors University is strategically located at Subang Jaya, Selangor in a safe self-sustaining 27-acre campus

    The law programme at Taylor’s University provides students with an in-depth understanding and appreciation of legal doctrines and concepts in the various areas of law. Through a combination of theoretical studies and practical exposure, students will be taught how to apply these into a variety of factual situations.

    Study of Malaysian and English Law

    • Taylor’s students will learn both Malaysian and English Law, providing them with sound knowledge of the fundamentals of the legal system and practices in Malaysia.

    Ready For Legal Practice

    • Application of legal theories to real-life cases at the Taylor’s Legal Aid Centre, while also developing a sense of community awareness, under the guidance and supervision of lecturers.
    • Compulsory Mooting exercises for first-year students hone their legal research and writing skills, as well as boost their confidence in public speaking and inculcate team spirit.

    Learning from the Industry

    Moot Court at Taylor's University

    Moot Court at Taylor’s University

    • In-depth understanding and a real-life feel of the legal profession via industry visits to the Legal Aid Centre, Parliament, Palace of Justice, Attorney General’s Chambers, prisons and legal offices.
    • Platforms for students to meet and engage with the country’s legal giants and gain valuable insights into the legal profession, through industry networking events.
    • Exposure to specialised areas of law and the workings of the legal fraternity through the Law Speaker Series.

    Real-World Experience

    • 4-week compulsory internship programme to develop practical and relevant skills for future employment.
    • Opportunity to carry out attachment at top law firms, the Bar Council’s Legal Aid Centres and other organisations, for students who excel in their studies.

    Entry Requirements into Taylor’s University Bachelor of Laws Degree

    • Taylor’s Foundation / Diploma*
      Taylor's University is a top ranked private university in Malaysia

      Taylor’s University is a top ranked private university in Malaysia

      Pass with min. CGPA 2.67

    • Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM)
      B-B- or min. CGPA 2.67 including Pengajian Am
    • Unified Examination Certificate (UEC)
      Pass with 5Bs, including English, with max. 20 points
    • A Levels
      Min. CC or BD or AE
    • South Australian Matriculation (SAM) / SACE International
      Min. ATAR 70
    • Canadian Pre-University (CPU)*
      Min. average of 65% in 6 subjects
    • International Baccalaureate (IB)*
      Min. 24 points in 6 subjects and min. 4 points in 3 Higher Level subjects
    • Monash University Foundation Year (MUFY)
      Min. 260/400
    • Other Qualifications*
      Students with other qualifications will be considered on a case-by-case basis

    ENGLISH REQUIREMENTS

    • IELTS
      Taylor's University is an award-winning top private university in Malaysia

      Taylor’s University is an award-winning top private university in Malaysia

      Overall Band 6.0

    • TOEFL
      79 – Internet Based Test (20 in writing)
    • A Levels (English / English Literature )
      Min. Grade C
    • South Australian Matriculation (SAM) / SACE International
      (English as a second Language)
      Min. Grade B
    • Canadian Pre-University (CPU) (English 4U)
      Min. Grade C
    • MUET
      Band 5
    • UEC English
      B4
    • O Level / 1119 (GCE-O)
      Grade C
    • Taylor’s EET
      Overall band 6.0
    • Other Equivalent English Qualifications
      Students with other qualifications will be considered on a case-by-case basis

    Students who have completed a full year preparatory / foundation study in English may be exempted from meeting the English requirements.

    NOTE:

    Top students from all over Malaysia choose to study at Taylor's University

    Top students from all over Malaysia choose to study at Taylor’s University

    • Pass SPM / O Level or equivalent with 5 credits (Including English) for entry with pre-university / foundation qualification.
    • Pass SPM / O Level or equivalent with 3 credits (including English) for entry with Diploma qualification.
    • Students who intend to pursue the CLP course are also required to obtain a credit for Bahasa Melayu in SPM.
    • Entry Qualification that are not recognised by Legal Profession Qualifying Board, Malaysia for purposes of the CLP examinations.

    All information is subject to change. The above entry requirements serve as a guideline. Readers are responsible to verify the information by contacting the university’s Admissions Department.

    Programme Structure for the Bachelor of Laws at Taylor’s University

    YEAR 1 Subjects for the Law Degree at Taylor’s University

    Law students at Taylor's University

    Law students at Taylor’s University

    Semester 1

    • Constitutional & Administrative Law I
    • Contract Law I
    • English Legal System
    • Law of Tort I
    • Legal Skills

    Semester 2

    • Bahasa Malaysia Komunikasi 2 / Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia
    • Constitutional & Administrative Law II
    • Contract Law II
    • Law of Tort II
    • Malaysian Legal System
    • Mooting

    YEAR 2 Subjects for the Law Degree at Taylor’s University

    X-Space Classroom at Taylor's University - Promoting Learning Collaboratively, From the Lecturer, Peers and the World

    X-Space Classroom at Taylor’s University – Promoting Learning Collaboratively, From the Lecturer, Peers and the World

    Semester 3

    • Constitutional & Administrative Law III
    • Criminal Law I
    • Land Law I
    • Research & Writing and Drafting
    • Law Elective A I
    • Malaysian Studies 3 / Hubungan Etnik

    Semester 4

    • Bahasa Kebangsaan A / Personal Development / Logic & Reasoning
    • Criminal Law II
    • Land Law II
    • Public International Law
    • Law Elective A II
    • Law Elective B

    YEAR 3 Subjects for the Law Degree at Taylor’s University

    Semester 5

    Well-equipped library at Taylor's University

    Well-equipped library at Taylor’s University

    • Company Law I
    • Equity & Trusts I
    • Family Law I
    • Land Law III
    • Law Elective C
    • People Dynamics in Malaysian Organisation / Malaysian Studies 3

    Semester 6

    • Internship
    • Equity & Trusts II
    • Family Law II
    • Company Law II
    • Law Elective D
    • Community Service Initiative

    Electives

    An intellectually stimulating environment at Taylor's University

    An intellectually stimulating environment at Taylor’s University

    Electives A I

    • Information Technology Law I
    • Intellectual Property Law I
    • International Commercial Law I
    • Medical Law I

    Electives A II

    • Information Technology Law II
    • Intellectual Property Law II
    • International Commercial Law II
    • Medical Law II

    Electives B

    Grand Hall at Taylor's University

    Grand Hall at Taylor’s University

    • Alternative Dispute Resolution
    • International Human Rights Law

    Electives C

    • Alternative Dispute Resolution
    • International Human Rights Law
    • Law of Evidence I

    Electives D

    • Drafting
    • Dissertation
    • Law of Evidence II

    Taylor’s Law School Achievements

    Over the years, our students have successfully clinched numerous awards and recognitions at various local and international competitions, such as:

    2015

    Taylor's University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake

    Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake

    Bar Council’s Gender Equality Initiative

    • Colloquium – Champion
    • Debates – 1st Runners-up
    • 1st Runners-up: Ghandhi Memorial Debates

    2013
    2nd Runner-up: LAWASIA International Moot Competition (National Rounds)

    2012
    The Spirit of LAWASIA Team Award

    2010
    National Champions: LAWASIA International Moot Competition

    2009
    1st Runner-up: LAWASIA International Moot Competition (National Rounds)

    Taylor’s Law Degree Transfer to UK

    Taylor's University students have access to excellent sports facilities on campus

    Taylor’s University students have access to excellent sports facilities on campus

    Graduate with a UK Law Degree from a Prestigious British University. Taylor’s Law School has established partnerships with reputable universities across the UK and you can choose to transfer after the 1st or 2nd year at Taylor’s University.

    • University of Manchester
    • University of Leeds
    • Cardiff University
    • University of Sheffield
    • University of Reading
    • University of the West of England

    Best Bachelor of Laws (3+0) University of London International Programme in Malaysia at KDU College Damansara Jaya

    The modern law graduate can move into a variety of positions not only confined to the courts.

    Law is one of the oldest fields of study, and remains as one of the most sought-after and widely respected programmes in the world. A law degree is the first step towards a career path in the traditional legal sector, whether as a practicing advocate or solicitor. However, a law degree is also one that opens many doors. The modern law graduate can move into a variety of positions not only confined to the courts but may also venture into the government, the public sector, business, corporations and even in entertainment. As the legal profession grows more dynamic every day, there is a demand for law graduates who are holistic in their approach and global in their outlook.

    With at least 5 credits in your SPM with a credit in BM and passed Sejarah to join KDU’s Pre-Law A-Levels taking 2 subjects – Business Studies & Law.

    Get a Recognized Bachelor of Laws (LL.B)  (3+0), University of London International Programmes in Malaysia at Top Rated KDU College Damansara Jaya

    Founded in 1983, KDU College at Damansara Jaya Campus is an excellent choice for the A-Levels, Law & American Degree Program

    Founded in 1983, KDU College at Damansara Jaya Campus is an excellent choice for the A-Levels, Law & American Degree Program

    After the 1-year Pre- Law A-Levels, you can either take the prestigious University of London LLB completed all at KDU College Damansara Jaya.

    At KDU College, the emphasis is on holistic education and real-world learning giving their students the best exposure in the study of law. They guide students to discover the role they are most suited for when studying law here.

    KDU College Bachelor of Laws (3+0) University of London International programme is tailored to help students develop their legal analytical, communication, problem-solving, critical thinking and research skills so they may excel in any career choice – whether as practicing attorneys, members of the judiciary or other legal professionals across a myriad of industries.

    FIRST CLASS RANKING RESULT

    KDU College Damansara Jaya Campus is equipped with excellent teaching and learning facilities

    KDU College Damansara Jaya Campus is equipped with excellent teaching and learning facilities

    By 12% of the students in the Intermediate level.

    SMALL CLASS SIZES
    That allow lecturers to work closely with each student.

    INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME
    KDU College students have interned at Messrs Skrine, the Attorney General’s Chambers, The Federal Court of Malaysia and many others.

    LEGAL SERIES AND FORUMS WITH WELL-KNOWN SPEAKERS
    Such as Associate Prof. Dr. Azmi Sharom (Associate Professor, UM) and Dato’ Ambiga Sreenevasan (lawyer and human rights advocate).

    EXCELLENT STUDENT EXPERIENCE

    KDU College's well equipped library at the Damansara Jaya Campus

    KDU College’s well equipped library at the Damansara Jaya Campus

    At KDU College Damansara Jaya, students will go through the Success Programme, which comprises of:
    First Year Experience – A continuous programme that eases students’ transition to college, strengthens their academic skills, develops their soft skills and provides them with a platform for career placement.

    Co-Curricular Transcript – A second transcript which tracks students’ official record of honours, awards and recognitions, leadership activities and organisational experiences, professional development and educational training, and community service. This transcript, which complements students’ academic transcript, provides prospective employers and/or graduate schools with information on the student’s involvement with co-curricular activities.

    EXAMINATION RESULTS ABOVE WORLD AVERAGE

    KDU University College's Foundation and Pre-University graduates have obtained scholarships into universities worldwide

    KDU University College’s Foundation and Pre-University graduates have obtained scholarships into universities worldwide

    In 80% of the programme subjects.

    EXPERIENCED LECTURES IN THE LAW SCHOOL AT KDU COLLEGE
    With an average of 20 years teaching experience.

    WIDE RANGE OF ELECTIVES
    To cater for market needs.

    ACCOLADES AND REPRESENTATION
    In Malaysian and international mooting competitions.

    Entry Requirements into the Bachelor of Laws (3+0) University of London International Programme at KDU College

    ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENT
    • GCE A Levels :
    2 Principal Passes
    • STPM :
    2 Principal Passes
    • UEC :
    5 UECs (B+) and 3 SPM credits (inclusive of English) or 8 UECs (B+) and credit in English at SPM level
    • SAM / AUSMAT :
    ATAR 80
    • Any other qualification :
    Subject to case by case evaluation upon acceptance by University of London

    *Requirements for CLP:

    • Min. 3 Credits (inclusive of Bahasa Malaysia) in SPM or its equivalent obtained in one sitting
    • Min. 2 Principal Passes at STPM level or its equivalent obtained in one sitting
    • At least a Lower Second Class honours law degree
    ENGLISH REQUIREMENT
    Local Student : Credit (SPM / 1119 / UEC / O Levels examination) / Min. score of Band 4 in MUET
    International Student : Band 6 in IELTS; or a score of 213 (computer-based) or 79 (internet-based) or 550 (paper-based) in TOEFL

    *If English language requirements are not fullfilled, students are required to sit for the English Placement Test and based on the results, students will be advised to take the appropriate English course(s) at the KDU Centre for Intensive English. Students are required to complete the Certificate of Intensive English modules before the commencement of the Law programmes.

    KDU College Bachelor of Laws (3+0) University of London International Programme

    Law students at KDU College Moot Court

    Law students at KDU College Moot Court

    Pursue your law qualifications with one of the oldest universities in the UK.

    Established in 1836, the University of London is one of the oldest universities in the UK and KDU is proud to offer their internationally recognised Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) programme. It is the only external law degree programme recognised by the Legal Profession Qualifying Board of Malaysia, and is considered the ‘gold standard’ of undergraduate law degrees by law practitioners and academics globally. KDU is one of the few affiliate centres for the University of London International Programmes in Malaysia.

    The programme allows students the flexibility to complete it at their own pace (up to a maximum of 3 sittings and 5 years) and to sit for the exam in various locations around the world.

    Programme Structure for KDU College Bachelor of Laws (3+0) University of London International programme

    Moot Court at KDU College

    Moot Court at KDU College

    Year 1 Subjects for the Bachelor of Laws (3+0) University of London International Programme at KDU College Damansara Jaya

    • Contract Law
    • Criminal Law
    • Legal System & Methods
    • Public Law

    Year 2 Subjects for the Bachelor of Laws (3+0) University of London International Programme at KDU College Damansara Jaya

    • Equity & Trusts

      KDU College offers the University of London International Programmes Law (LLB)

      KDU College offers the University of London International Programmes Law (LLB)

    • Law of Tort
    • European Union Law*
    • Electives (1 subject)

    Year 3 Subjects for the Bachelor of Laws (3+0) University of London International Programme at KDU College Damansara Jaya

    • Jurisprudence
    • Property Law
    • Electives (2 subjects)

    Elective Subjects for the Bachelor of Laws (3+0) University of London International Programme at KDU College Damansara Jaya

    YEAR 2 YEAR 3
    • Administrative Law
    • Commercial Law
    • Family Law
    • International Protection of Human Rights
    • Civil & Criminal Procedure
    • Company Law
    • Conflict of Laws
    • Criminology
    • Dissertation
    • Evidence
    • Intellectual Property
    • Introduction to Islamic Law
    • Labour Law
    • Public International Law

    * The European Union Law elective is subject as a core module in KDU, to ensure that students graduate with a Qualifying Law Degree (QLD) that will enable them to undertake the Bar Professional Training Course (for intending barristers) or the Legal Practice Course (for intending solicitors) in the UK.

    The Best UK Transfer (UKT)  Law Programme at HELP University

    HELP University Law Alumni sharing their experience

    HELP University Law Alumni sharing their experience

    Founded in 1986, it is one of the country’s first private law schools and has been the trend setter in private legal education in Malaysia. 2009 also saw the Department expanding by introducing its own Bachelor of Laws degree and in 2012, the Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP).

    HELP University, one of the top private universities in Malaysia, offers its own home-grown LLB programme known as the HELP Bachelor of Laws (HELP LLB) which can be completed entirely at HELP University.

    Graduates who complete the HELP LLB degree will be granted the opportunity to enrol in any post graduate Master’s Programme at HELP Graduate School (terms and conditions apply) Excluding the Master of Clinical Psychology. Currently, the LLB degree progamme at HELP University is not recognised for practice as a lawyer in Malaysia. You need to go for the UK Law Twinning programme in order to practice.

    • Assessment: Assignment 20%
    • Final written examination 80%
    • Practical Subjects:
    • Legal Skills : Assignment 20% , Practical Assessment 50%, Final Examination 30%
    • Legal Practice : Assignment 20%, Practical Assessment 40%, Final Examination 40%”

    Year 1 UKT Law Subjects at HELP University

    HELP University is one of the first law school to offer the UK Law Degree Transfer

    HELP University is one of the first law school to offer the UK Law Degree Transfer

    • DL1     Legal Method & Systems
    • DL2     Law of Contract
    • DL3     Constitutional & Administrative Law
    • DL4     Criminal Law
    • DL5     Legal Skills

    Year 2 UKT Law Subjects at HELP University

    • DL6     Land Law
    • DL7     Law of Tort
    • DL8     Law of Evidence
    • DL10   Legal Practice
    • DL11   Company Law

    HELP University has been enjoying the privilege of being the first private university to introduce the UK Degree Transfer Programme (Law), which has been recognised by prestigious and reputable universities in the UK.

    To date, HELP has students Transfer to the following Top UK universities on advanced standing basis into Year 2 or Year 3 to obtain a qualifying law degree:*

    HELP University is partnered with some of the best universities for Law in the UK.

    HELP University UK Law Transfer into Year 2 

    HELP University's UK Law degree transfer programme allows students to transfer to the final year of the law programme in prestigious universities in the UK such as Cardiff

    HELP University’s UK Law degree transfer programme allows students to transfer to the final year of the law programme in prestigious universities in the UK such as Cardiff

    • University of Manchester
    • University of Sheffield

    HELP University UK Law Transfer into Year 3

    • University of Leeds
    • University of Liverpool
    • Cardiff University
    • University of Wales, Aberystwyth
    • Northumbria University
    • University of the West of England, Bristol
    • University of Hertfordshire”

    HELP University to date produced 29 First Class Achievers on the UK Degree Transfer Programme (Law). In 2012 alone HELP University had 7 first class achievers from prestigious universities in the UK including the University of Liverpool, University of Leeds and Cardiff University.

    All HELP’s 7 First Class achievers in 2012 embarked on 2+1 transfer option. HELP University has been commended by the assessors of the Joint Academic Stage Board (JASB) which is a joint committee of the Bar Standards Board and the Solicitors

    Visiting Law Professor from Cardiff University at HELP University

    Visiting Law Professor from Cardiff University at HELP University

    Regulation Authority for the best practices adopted at the Faculty level in the administration and teaching of the UK Degree Transfer Programme (Law).

    The mission of HELP’s Department of Law is to groom employable lawyers through introducing skills based papers such as Legal Skills and Legal Practice which encompasses soft skills such as Legal Research, Client Interviewing and Counselling, Advocacy, Drafting, Negotiation, Case Management and Preparation, Managing a Law Firm, Criminal and Civil Litigation.

    There is also the annual HELP-Skrine Moot Competition that acts as a platform to further enhance advocacy skills amongst their law students.

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    Best Business Information Systems Degree in Malaysia at Top Ranked UCSI University


    Top University in Malaysia for BSc (Hons) Business Information Systems Degree at UCSI University

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    The 3-year BSc (Hons) Business Information Systems course at UCSI University encompasses a comprehensive curriculum that is injected with various business and computing courses that will undoubtedly equip students with a unique repertoire of knowledge and skills in managing and developing IT systems in the business context. Throughout their studies, UCSI University students will be exposed to a cross-cultural learning environment supervised by a team of dedicated academic professionals and staff.

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    Students with at least 5 credits in SPM or O-Levels can go for the Foundation in Arts at UCSI University for 1 year before continuing on to the BSc (Hons) Business Information Systems degree at UCSI University.

    With more than 30 years of education experience, UCSI University provides an affordable degree in Business Information Systems supported by excellent facilities. Students will enjoy the wide range of sports facilities as well as interact with students from more than 80 countries. UCSI University is ranked in the Top 300 Universities in Asia in 2015 by the renown QS University Rankings. UCSI University is ranked as Excellent or Tier 5 in the SETARA 2013 rating system by MQA.

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    Top BSc (Hons) Business Information Systems Degree Programme in Malaysia at UCSI University

    Strategically locate in Kuala Lumpur, UCSI University is ranked in the top 300 universities in Asia by QS and Rated Excellent or Tier 5 in the SETARA 2013 by MQA

    Strategically locate in Kuala Lumpur, UCSI University is ranked in the top 300 universities in Asia by QS and Rated Excellent or Tier 5 in the SETARA 2013 by MQA

    The Business Information Systems degree programme at UCSI University comprises a blend of business practices and information technology, designed to promote innovative problem-solving abilities as well as foster cutting-edge business and IT skills in students.

    This 3-year BSc (Hons) Business Information Systems course at UCSI University encompasses a comprehensive curriculum that is injected with various business and computing courses that will undoubtedly equip students with a unique repertoire of knowledge and skills in managing and developing IT systems in the business context. Throughout their studies, UCSI University students will be exposed to a cross-cultural learning environment supervised by a team of dedicated academic professionals and staff.

    Teaching and learning methodologies are supported by well-equipped facilities and resources within the

    UCSI University students learn in a stimulating international environment taught by qualified & experienced lecturers

    UCSI University students learn in a stimulating international environment taught by qualified & experienced lecturers

    campus, such as the library, computer laboratories, R&D laboratories and the latest IT gadgets. Apart from that, students are able to collaborate with key industries through co-operative placements every year with the purpose of gaining industry experience in business and IT companies whilst increasing their employability skills.

    Furthermore, partnerships with renowned corporations such as Apple, RICOH and Oracle, among others, ensure that courses remain relevant in the face of change. UCSI University students are also granted opportunities to be awarded with professional certifications by numerous international software corporations.
    Assessments

    Coursework percentage and written examination percentage.

    Year 1 Subjects for the BSc (Hons) Business Information Systems Degree Programme at UCSI University

    UCSI University is ranked Tier 5 or Excellent in the SETARA 2013 offers state-of-the-art facilities at their strategically located campus in Cheras, KL

    UCSI University is ranked Tier 5 or Excellent in the SETARA 2013 offers state-of-the-art facilities at their strategically located campus in Cheras, KL

    • Business Accounting
    • Business Communication
    • Microeconomics
    • Introduction to Internet Technologies
    • Statistics and its Applications
    • Macroeconomics
    • Concept of Analysis & Design
    • Java Programming 1
    • Fundamentals of Marketing
    • Fundamentals of Management
    • University Life (MPU- U2)
    • Extracurricular Learning Experience 1 (MPU-U4)
    • Co-operative Placement 1

    Year 2 Subjects for the BSc (Hons) Business Information Systems Degree Programme at UCSI University

    Students learn from qualified & experienced lecturers at UCSI University

    Students learn from qualified & experienced lecturers at UCSI University

    • Analysis & Design
    • Java Programming 2
    • Visual Basic .NET
    • Operating Systems
    • Research Methods in Computing
    • Database Systems
    • Networking
    • Multimedia Programming
    • Creative Problem Solving
    • Software Project Management
    • Business Law – Malaysian Perspective (MPU-U3)
    • Extracurricular Learning Experience 2 (MPU-U4)
    • Co-operative Placement 2

    Year 3 Subjects for the BSc (Hons) Business Information Systems Degree Programme at UCSI University

    Students get value for money at UCSI University with access to excellent sports facilities

    Students get value for money at UCSI University with access to excellent sports facilities

    • International Business
    • Issues in Database Design
    • Technopreneurship
    • Independent Project 1 for BIS
    • Strategic Management
    • Internet & E-Commerce
    • Management & Information Systems
    • Independent Project 2 for BIS
    • Extracurricular Learning Experience 3 (MPU-U4)
    • Co-operative Placement 3

    Study at the Top Ranked UCSI University in Malaysia

    EduSpiral took these students separately to tour the campus and provided course counseling to help them make the right choice. Kian Yong (Mechanical Engineering), Yammie (Business), & Kenneth Pang (Architecture) at UCSI University's Orientation

    EduSpiral took these students separately to tour the campus and provided course counseling to help them make the right choice. Kian Yong (Mechanical Engineering), Yammie (Business), & Kenneth Pang (Architecture) at UCSI University’s Orientation

    UCSI University is a vibrant community of learning and scholarship. With more than 10,000 students from 80 different countries, the University stands out as a melting pot of diversity and learners will supplement their pursuit of knowledge with a keen sense of cultural appreciation – a vital trait in today’s borderless world.

    As one of Malaysia’s first private universities,UCSI University has long impacted the national higher education landscape and the University continues to do so with its wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

    UCSI University is ranked in the Top 300 Universities in Asia in 2015 by the renown QS University Rankings. UCSI University is ranked as Excellent or Tier 5 in the SETARA 2013 rating system by MQA.

    The University’s academic staff are at the forefront of their disciplines and their views are highly sought after on major issues; from business to political science.

    Many of their academics have extensive experience working overseas and some play advisory roles in public bodies and various committees. By bringing their experiences into the classroom, UCSI’s academics cater to an exhilarating learning environment and learners will thrive as they balance academic mastery with industrial application.

    Since its inception in 1986, UCSI University has been committed to further the discovery and celebration of knowledge.

    Co-Operative Education Training Programme for Every Year of Degree Studies at UCSI University

    I am glad that EduSpiral recommended me to UCSI University as I gained so much real work experiences during all my Co-Op (Internship). Paul Kong, graduated in Business Administration from UCSI University

    I am glad that EduSpiral recommended me to UCSI University as I gained so much real work experiences during all my Co-Op (Internship).
    Paul Kong, graduated in Business Administration from UCSI University

    With its innovative academic curriculum, UCSI University students also enjoy the unique benefits of its Co-Operative Education Training Programme (Co-Op) that enhances their employability by integrating classroom learning with workplace training in Co-Op employer organisations.

    Completing two months’ work experience for every study year, a UCSI University student would have six to eight months’ work experience to stand ready for full-time employment upon their graduation. Currently, UCSI University has more than 1,000 employer organisations registered as heir Co-Op employers. With the number rising annually, these partnerships create job opportunities for students to be job-ready upon their graduation.

    State-of-the-Art Facilities at UCSI University

    Situated on a 19-acre piece of land, the Campus is located in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur with convenient access to numerous

    Chemistry lab at UCSI University

    Chemistry lab at UCSI University

    facilities including banks, restaurants, transportation services, entertainment, and accommodation. Fully wireless, it is equipped with the latest cutting-edge technology to access the world of e-learning and e-resources.

    Housing 7 different blocks, the Campus includes the Student Centre (Menara Gading), the Resource Centre, the Academic Blocks and Residential Halls to comfortably accommodate a student population of more than 15000.

    Sporting facilities in this Campus include: basketball, badminton and squash courts, as well as a gymnasium, a football field, and a swimming pool.

    Other facilities include the four-level library, an auditorium, a recital hall, a multi-purpose hall, computer laboratories, residential halls, bookstores and cafeterias. Also available on Campus is an Apple Experience Centre.

    The Campus faculty-centric facilities include: the Anatomy & Pathology Museum, Clinical Skills

    Control, Instrumentation Pneumatics & Hydraulics Lab at UCSI University

    Control, Instrumentation Pneumatics & Hydraulics Lab at UCSI University

    Laboratories, Petrochemical Laboratory, Physiology & Pharmacology Laboratory, Molecular Biology Laboratory, and Microbiology Laboratory, fashion design workshops, Psychology Laboratory, as well as drafting and design studios.

    The University is also constantly working with the industry to set up specialised labs which ensure students are updated with the latest industrial practices. Currently, the University has established laboratories jointly with National Instruments and RICOH under the School of Engineering and the School of Information Technology, respectively.

    Due to its rapid expansion, an additional 48-storey building will be built on the existing Campus that will include a 5-Star hotel, twelve floors of parking bays and hostel accommodations for UCSI University students, administrative offices, restaurants, a ballroom and also a clubhouse.

    Sports Facilities at UCSI University

    Excellent sports facilities at UCSI University provide for an all-rounded education & a healthy lifestyle

    Excellent sports facilities at UCSI University provide for an all-rounded education & a healthy lifestyle

    • Badminton Courts
    • Basketball Courts
    • Football Field
    • Futsal Court
    • Gymnasium
    • Pool Tables
    • Squash Courts
    • Swimming Pool
    • Table Tennis
    • Volleyball Court

    EduSpiral Consultant Services – Your Online Education Advisor

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    Best College in Malaysia for Foundation in Arts at KDU College Damansara Jaya


    Top Foundation in Arts Programme in Malaysia at KDU College Damansara Jaya

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    Students after SPM or O-Levels who are not sure of what they want to study can go for the flexible Foundation in Arts & Technology Programme at KDU College Damansara Jaya  that will stream them into the various degree programmes in business offered as well as the degree programmes at KDU University College Utropolis Glenmarie.

    The Foundation in Arts & Technology Programme at KDU College Damansara Jayais a one-year programme that prepares students after SPM or O-Levels with the necessary knowledge and skills to pursue degree programmes in the areas of game development, business, communication, computing or hospitality offered at the university.

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    Exceptional Foundation in Arts programme at KDU College Damansara Jaya

    Founded in 1983, KDU College at Damansara Jaya Campus is an excellent choice for the Pre-U programme & American Degree Program

    Founded in 1983, KDU College at Damansara Jaya Campus is an excellent choice for the Pre-U programme & American Degree Program

    Take up the challenge of studying across a range of disciplines with the KDU College Damansara Jaya Foundation in Arts programme. In preparation for a bachelor’s degree in the humanities stream, students will have an opportunities to be exposed to basic modules of various disciplines such as:

    • Economics
    • Accounting
    • Psychology
    • Sociology
    • Communications and Media Studies

    The Foundation in Arts programme at KDU College Damansara Jaya exposes students to the vigorous demands of tertiary education, preparing them to be critical thinkers necessary for university life. Here, students will learn:

    KDU College Damansara Jaya Campus is equipped with excellent teaching and learning facilities

    KDU College Damansara Jaya Campus is equipped with excellent teaching and learning facilities

    • Critical and analytical skills
    • Skills to work effectively in teams
    • To hone their entrepreneurial spirit
    • Curiosity to new ideas
    • Social and ethical responsibility

    Upon completion of the Foundation in Arts at KDU College Damansara Jaya, students can continue on to degree programmes offered at the college or to the degree programmes offered at KDU University College Utropolis Glenmarie.

    3+0 Chester University, UK Business Programmes at KDU College Damansara Jaya

    • Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Business Management (3+0)
    • Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in International
    • Business Management (3+0)
      Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Global Entrepreneurship & Business Management (3+0)

    Business Degree Programmes at KDU University College Utropolis Glenmarie

    Computing & IT Degree Programmes at KDU University College Utropolis Glenmarie

    Communication Degree Programmes at KDU University College Utropolis Glenmarie

    Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts Degree Programmes at KDU University College Utropolis Glenmarie

    Total of 16 modules for the Foundation in Arts at KDU College Damansara Jaya

    KDU College's well equipped library at the Damansara Jaya Campus

    KDU College’s well equipped library at the Damansara Jaya Campus

    CORE (6 Compulsory modules)

    • Academic Writing and Presentation Skills
    • Academic Research Skills
    • Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
    • Introduction to Information Technology
    • Thinking Skills
    • Information Systems

    ELECTIVES (Choose 7 modules)

    • Algebra
    • Statistics
    • Introduction to Accounting
    • Principles of Accounting

      KDU University College's Foundation and Pre-University graduates have obtained scholarships into universities worldwide

      KDU College’s Foundation and Pre-University graduates have obtained scholarships into universities worldwide

    • Microeconomics
    • Macroeconomics
    • Introduction to Communication Studies
    • Media Studies
    • Introduction to Psychology
    • Introduction to Sociology

    MPU

    • Pengajian Malaysia 1 (Malaysian Students)
    • Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 1 (International Students)
    • Study Skills
    • Cultural Studies

    Notes:
    Bahasa Kebangsaan A is compulsory for all Malaysian students
    without a credit in SPM Bahasa Malaysia.
    without SPM Bahasa Malaysia (applicable to students from UEC, O Level, or other equivalent programmes)

    Entry Requirements for the Foundation in Arts at KDU College Damansara Jaya

    ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENT
    • SPM / O Levels :
    Pass with min. 5 Credits (inclusive of passes in English )
    • UEC :
    Min. 3 Credits (inclusiv of passes in English)
    Any other qualifications deemed equivalent by the Ministry of Education, Malaysia (or as stated in the Document Senarai Nilai Taraf Kelayakan Akademik, Malaysian Qualifications Agency) Pass (Subject to review and approval of certified transcripts)

    Note:
    Students who will be continuing their studies in Accounting degree programmes, must have obtained a Credit in Mathematics at SPM level.

    Study at the Best College in Petaling Jaya at KDU College Damansara Jaya

    Founded in 1983, KDU College at Damansara Jaya Campus is an excellent choice for the Pre-U programme & American Degree Program

    Founded in 1983, KDU College at Damansara Jaya Campus is an excellent choice for the Pre-U programme & American Degree Program

    KDU, an institution that has over 32 years of history and experience, believes in providing real world education to meet real world needs, and has traditionally, been successful in producing competent graduates and preparing students for top universities all over the world.

    Established in 1983, and a pioneer in Malaysian private education, KDU was one of the first private colleges in Malaysia to have its own purpose-built campus. The institution, as KDU College then, was awarded the university college status in 2010 – a reflection of its quality programmes, and the growth of its international student population.

    KDU University College Utropolis Glenmarie and KDU College Damansara Jaya are members of Paramount Education, a fully-integrated education services provider for primary, secondary, tertiary, and postgraduate level studies as well as executive and professional development programmes.

    Situated along the Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong highway, our Damansara Jaya (DJ) Campus is a 5-storey building with state-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities. KDU has been continuously upgrading its facilities to provide a conducive and up-to-par teaching and learning environment for our students.

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    Checking UPU Results on May 14, 2017 for Entry into Malaysian Public Universities


    How to Check UPU Results for Students after STPM & Matriculation

    The UPU 2017 results will be released on May 14, 2017  and STPM or Matriculation students can check their status in 3 ways. STPM and Matriculation students who have applied for UPU can check on your results through online, SMS or by calling the UPU hotline.

    3 Ways to Check UPU Results

    Checking UPU Results Online

    Checking UPU Results Using SMS

    • Type UPU<space>RESULT<space>NO IC and send to 15888
    • Type TVET<space>RESULT<space>NO IC and send to 15888

     

    Checking UPU Results by Calling the UPU Hotline

    • Call the UPU hotline: 03-8870 8200

    Important Dates to Remember for UPU Applicants 2017/2018

    • May 14-20, 2017: Announcement of results for Applicants for ‘Lepasan SPM/Setaraf ke UA/Politeknik Premier
    • May 14-20, 2017: Announcement of results for Applicants for ‘Lepasan SPM ke Politeknik Konvensional/METrO, Kolej Komuniti & IKLA.
    • May 14-20, 2017: Applications for the ‘UPUOnline Rayuan’ OPENS for ‘Lepasan SPM/Setaraf ke UA, Politeknik, Koley Komoniti, & IKLA.
    • May 21-23: Applications for the ‘UPUOnline Rayuan’ CLOSES for Lepasan SPM/Setaraf ke UA, Politeknik, Koley Komuniti & IKLA.
    • May 21-27: Review for Call for interview (Education) for ‘Lepasan STPM/Setaraf
    • May 21-27: Review for Call for interview (Non-Education) MEdSI test for ‘Lepasan STPM/Setaraf
    • June 11-17: Announcement of ‘UPUOnline Rayuan’ results for Lepasan SPM/Setaraf to UA, Politeknik, Kolej Komuniti & IKLA.
    • June 12: UPUOnline System Phase 2 (Matriculation/Asasi) for ‘Lepasan STPM/Setaraf’ OPENS
    • June 30: UPUOnline System Phase 2 (Matriculation/Asasi) for ‘Lepasan STPM/Setaraf’ CLOSES.

    STPM or Matriculation students who did not make it into the Malaysian Public University or get the course that you want and would like to consider entering into Private Universities in Malaysia may read on below on how to choose the right university or how to choose the right Pre-University course.

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    Lonnie Sik, Founder & Managing Director of EduSpiral Consultant Services has more than 20 years experience in the private education industry and counseling students on choosing the right course

    It is important to choose the right course to study – you don’t want to waste your time and money on a course you don’t want to do (or end up dropping out of). To help you decide which course is right for you, make a list of courses that are of interest to you.

    Is it a subject you have already studied? For example, maybe you loved the English subject and you read novels for pleasure in your own time. You can consider Teaching English as a Second Language, journalism or Mass Communication. In addition, you don’t have to do a journalism degree to become a journalist – many degrees are considered!

    Maybe you’ve always been interested in computers and the internet at home, and enjoyed maths at school, so are considering a degree in computer science, a course subject you probably won’t have studied before. Experienced education counselors are able to analyse your interests, personality and exam results to help you make a list of possible courses for consideration.

    Looking at your results in SPM could help you to decide which course you would be good at. If you are

    After chatting with EduSpiral on WhatsApp, he met me & my family to take us around the campus & provide further advise on the course.
    Zijun, Actuarial Science at Asia Pacific University

    good in Maths & Physics then you can consider Engineering courses. Having good results in Chemistry, Biology & Maths, you can think of a career in Food Science, Pharmacy or Medicine. Talking to an experienced education advisor would help you to navigate through this confusing time of choosing the best course that fits you.

    Many students after SPM make the mistake of just listening to advise without verifying whether the information given is true or not. In addition, just because you have heard or seen a lot of advertisements by a particular university, doesn’t mean that it is the best in that course.

    Many of the course counselors at the universities are paid by the universities to get you to register there, so their main motivation is to get you to register, not to help you make the right choice.

    You should also ask yourself if you would still be interested in that subject for a further three or four years

    I was confused about what to study & didn’t want to do what my dad was working as because he was so busy. My mum asked EduSpiral to advise me. He showed my that I am different from my dad & helped me to make the right choice.
    Chong Han, Foundation in Engineering at Taylor’s University

    – enough to motivate yourself to work and research independently? Remember, you are going to work in this career for the next 50 years after graduation, therefore, you should have a high interest in the course.

    The course that you choose should also have a job demand in Malaysia for you after you graduate. Choosing a course that you are passionate about without job demand and you may end up being jobless. Look for statistics and research to support whether there is a job demand for your future career in Malaysia or Singapore. Here at EduSpiral Consultant Services, we do our research on the job demand for the careers in Malaysia, Salary Reports, and universities so that we can advise our students based on facts and evidence.

    Now why would you want to talk to EduSpiral Consultant Services when you can contact the private universities directly? Well, EduSpiral Consultant Services staff have more than 15 years experience in counseling students. Having worked in the private education industry, we have in-depth knowledge of each private university and college in what they are good at. We have worked with our partner universities and colleges for many years while the counselors at the private universities or agents’ offices change every few years therefore they would not have the in-depth knowledge of the courses and the university that they are working at.

    How to Choose the Right Course to Study after SPM?

    My mother whatsapped EduSpiral & he provided vital information to help me make my decision to transfer my diploma. Soon Hong, Marketing at HELP University

    My mother whatsapped EduSpiral & he provided vital information to help me make my decision to transfer my diploma.
    Soon Hong, Marketing at HELP University

    It can be confusing for students to choose the right major for their undergraduate degree studies in Malaysia. Preparations should have been made even before this time but fear not it is still not too late if you have not decided on a career path. It is important for you to research carefully the career that you intend to pursue.

    Students after SPM or O-Levels would need to go through some sort of a Pre-University programme before entering into the degree course. Therefore, you still have about 1 to 1.5 years in your Pre-U programme to really figure out what to study for your degree.

    It can be confusing to choose the right course after SPM. You should carefully think about what are the options available to you. To choose the best course that fits you, you need to consider the following:

    I loved motorsports and EduSpiral gave me great advise to help guide me to achieve my dream.
    Justin Moo, Mechanical Engineering graduate from Taylor’s University

    • Look at your results – what are your best & worst subjects, and which subjects are your favourite?
    • What are your interests & hobbies?
    • What is your passion?
    • Job demand for the career of choice. There is no point in choosing a course out of passion and then graduate to find out that you cannot get a job in that field.
    • Salary of the career of choice
    • Discuss the budget for your studies with your parents. There is no point in choosing a course like Pharmacy or Medicine, if you cannot afford it.

    Ask a Knowledgeable & Experienced Education Consultant in Malaysia to Help you Choose the Right Course after SPM

    Choosing a course to study after SPM is not a science, it is a process

    Lonnie Sik, Founder of EduSpiral, has more than 15 years of experience counseling thousands of students on how to choose the right course & university

    Lonnie Sik, Founder of EduSpiral, has more than 15 years of experience counseling thousands of students on how to choose the right course & university

    in finding out who you are and what you are good at. An experienced Education Advisor would be invaluable in assisting you to choose the right course. Students need to talk to the right education counselors so that you get the right information to help you in making this life-changing decision.

    Ask the right Education Counselors. Would you ask a Doctor on how to repair your car? Or would you ask a mechanic for medical advise? Although this sounds ridiculous, but many students do listen to advise from young and inexperienced counselors from universities, colleges or agents’ offices.  Talking to an experienced education advisor would help you to navigate through this confusing time of choosing the best course that fits you.

    Experienced education counselors are able to analyse your interests, personality and exam results to help you make a list of possible courses for consideration. EduSpiral Consultant Services staff have more than 15 years experience in counseling students. Having worked in the private education industry, we have in-depth knowledge of each private university and college in what they are good at.

    EduSpiral Consultant Services has worked with our partner universities and colleges for many years while the counselors at the private universities or agents’ offices change every few years therefore they would not have the in-depth knowledge of the courses and the university that they are working at.

    Top Scholarships Available from the Best Private Universities in Malaysia

    Study at the Best Private Universities and Colleges in Malaysia

    EduSpiral helped me to find the right college for A-Levels, & now they have helped me to choose what to study after my A-Levels. Chee Kin, Actuarial & Finance degree at UCSI University

    EduSpiral helped me to find the right college for A-Levels, & now they have helped me to choose what to study after my A-Levels.
    Chee Kin, Actuarial & Finance degree at UCSI University

    Switzerland

    Malaysia

    1. Heriot-Watt University Malaysia
    2. Curtin University, Sarawak campus
    3. Asia Pacific University (APU) 
    4. APIIT
    5. UCSI University
    6. Taylor’s University
    7. Taylor’s College Subang Jaya and Sri Hartamas
    8. UCSI University Sarawak Campus
    9. First City University College
    10. HELP University
    11. HELP Academy
    12. KDU University College Utropolis Glenmarie
    13. KDU College Damansara Jaya
    14. KDU Penang University College
    15. YTL International College of Hotel Management
    16. IACT College
    17. Point College
    18. Saito College
    19. Nilai University
    20. Reliance College

    EduSpiral Consultant Services- Your Personal Online Education Advisor

    Established since 2009, EduSpiral Consultant Services helps provide information and counselling on courses and universities in Malaysia.

    EduSpiral gets to know our students personally in order to be able to advise on which course & university is the best such as these 2 students after a visit of Asia Pacific University

    EduSpiral gets to know our students personally in order to be able to advise on which course & university is the best such as these 2 students after a visit of Asia Pacific University

    EduSpiral Consultant Services represents the best colleges and universities in Malaysia offering a wide range of choices for students to choose from. These colleges and universities offer value for money in the quality of education and excellent facilities that you get. These universities and colleges are chosen by EduSpiral because they represent the best in their fields in Malaysia and affordable.

    EduSpiral Consultant Services represents the best colleges and universities in Malaysia offering a wide range of choices for students to choose from. These colleges and universities offer value for money in the quality of education and excellent facilities that you get.

    These universities and colleges are chosen by EduSpiral because they represent the best in their fields in Malaysia and affordable. EduSpiral provides in-depth information and counseling on their courses so that students are able to make the right choice.

    If you are still not sure what to study, please contact us and we will send you a free EduSpiral Career Assessment Form.

    Please contact us for more details.

    Please fill up the form for more information. If you do not give your mobile number or full name as in IC, your query will not be answered. Please make sure you give a correct email address and check your email including the SPAM or JUNK email folder within 48 hours as we will email you the information. 

    How to Check Results for Malaysian Matriculation Programme 2017/2018 for SPM 2016 Students


    Checking Results for 2017/2018 for SPM Applicants into the Malaysian Matriculation Programme

    The results for the Malaysian Matriculation Programme 2017 will be announced on April 27, 2017 (Thursday) from 12 noon onwards. The official announcement was made on the Ministry of Higher Education’s website.

    There are 3 ways that students can check your results on the date mentioned. You can call, visit or SMS the Ministry of Education Malaysia. You will need your I.C. number or your Examination number on hand to check for the Matriculation Results

    1. Call the hotline/office number at 03 8884 4083 during office hours, from 8.30am to 4.30pm
    2. Visit the Ministry of Education’s website at www.moe.gov.my
    3. SMS by typing MOE<space>MAT<space>NO.I.C. and send to 15888
      For example:  MOE MAT 980704085973

    Students who did not make it into the Malaysian Matriculation Programme and would like to consider entering into Private Universities in Malaysia may read on below on how to choose the right university or how to choose the right Pre-University course.

    For more information on the top private universities and colleges in Malaysia, Whatsapp 01111408838

    Please fill up the form for more information. If you do not give your mobile number or full name as in IC, your query will not be answered. Please make sure you give a correct email address and check your email including the SPAM or JUNK email folder within 48 hours as we will email you the information. 

    How to Choose the Best Course to Study at Top Private Universities in Malaysia

    Lonnie Sik, Founder & Managing Director of EduSpiral Consultant Services has more than 20 years experience in the private education industry and counseling students on choosing the right course

    It is important to choose the right course to study – you don’t want to waste your time and money on a course you don’t want to do (or end up dropping out of). To help you decide which course is right for you, make a list of courses that are of interest to you.

    Is it a subject you have already studied? For example, maybe you loved the English subject and you read novels for pleasure in your own time. You can consider Teaching English as a Second Language, journalism or Mass Communication. In addition, you don’t have to do a journalism degree to become a journalist – many degrees are considered!

    Maybe you’ve always been interested in computers and the internet at home, and enjoyed maths at school, so are considering a degree in computer science, a course subject you probably won’t have studied before. Experienced education counselors are able to analyse your interests, personality and exam results to help you make a list of possible courses for consideration.

    Looking at your results in SPM could help you to decide which course you would be good at. If you are

    After chatting with EduSpiral on WhatsApp, he met me & my family to take us around the campus & provide further advise on the course.
    Zijun, Actuarial Science at Asia Pacific University

    good in Maths & Physics then you can consider Engineering courses. Having good results in Chemistry, Biology & Maths, you can think of a career in Food Science, Pharmacy or Medicine. Talking to an experienced education advisor would help you to navigate through this confusing time of choosing the best course that fits you.

    Many students after SPM make the mistake of just listening to advise without verifying whether the information given is true or not. In addition, just because you have heard or seen a lot of advertisements by a particular university, doesn’t mean that it is the best in that course.

    Many of the course counselors at the universities are paid by the universities to get you to register there, so their main motivation is to get you to register, not to help you make the right choice.

    You should also ask yourself if you would still be interested in that subject for a further three or four years

    I was confused about what to study & didn’t want to do what my dad was working as because he was so busy. My mum asked EduSpiral to advise me. He showed my that I am different from my dad & helped me to make the right choice.
    Chong Han, Foundation in Engineering at Taylor’s University

    – enough to motivate yourself to work and research independently? Remember, you are going to work in this career for the next 50 years after graduation, therefore, you should have a high interest in the course.

    The course that you choose should also have a job demand in Malaysia for you after you graduate. Choosing a course that you are passionate about without job demand and you may end up being jobless. Look for statistics and research to support whether there is a job demand for your future career in Malaysia or Singapore. Here at EduSpiral Consultant Services, we do our research on the job demand for the careers in Malaysia, Salary Reports, and universities so that we can advise our students based on facts and evidence.

    Now why would you want to talk to EduSpiral Consultant Services when you can contact the private universities directly? Well, EduSpiral Consultant Services staff have more than 15 years experience in counseling students. Having worked in the private education industry, we have in-depth knowledge of each private university and college in what they are good at. We have worked with our partner universities and colleges for many years while the counselors at the private universities or agents’ offices change every few years therefore they would not have the in-depth knowledge of the courses and the university that they are working at.

    How to Choose the Right Course to Study after SPM?

    My mother whatsapped EduSpiral & he provided vital information to help me make my decision to transfer my diploma. Soon Hong, Marketing at HELP University

    My mother whatsapped EduSpiral & he provided vital information to help me make my decision to transfer my diploma.
    Soon Hong, Marketing at HELP University

    It can be confusing for students to choose the right major for their undergraduate degree studies in Malaysia. Preparations should have been made even before this time but fear not it is still not too late if you have not decided on a career path. It is important for you to research carefully the career that you intend to pursue.

    Students after SPM or O-Levels would need to go through some sort of a Pre-University programme before entering into the degree course. Therefore, you still have about 1 to 1.5 years in your Pre-U programme to really figure out what to study for your degree.

    It can be confusing to choose the right course after SPM. You should carefully think about what are the options available to you. To choose the best course that fits you, you need to consider the following:

    I loved motorsports and EduSpiral gave me great advise to help guide me to achieve my dream.
    Justin Moo, Mechanical Engineering graduate from Taylor’s University

    • Look at your results – what are your best & worst subjects, and which subjects are your favourite?
    • What are your interests & hobbies?
    • What is your passion?
    • Job demand for the career of choice. There is no point in choosing a course out of passion and then graduate to find out that you cannot get a job in that field.
    • Salary of the career of choice
    • Discuss the budget for your studies with your parents. There is no point in choosing a course like Pharmacy or Medicine, if you cannot afford it.

    Ask a Knowledgeable & Experienced Education Consultant in Malaysia to Help you Choose the Right Course after SPM

    Choosing a course to study after SPM is not a science, it is a process

    Lonnie Sik, Founder of EduSpiral, has more than 15 years of experience counseling thousands of students on how to choose the right course & university

    Lonnie Sik, Founder of EduSpiral, has more than 15 years of experience counseling thousands of students on how to choose the right course & university

    in finding out who you are and what you are good at. An experienced Education Advisor would be invaluable in assisting you to choose the right course. Students need to talk to the right education counselors so that you get the right information to help you in making this life-changing decision.

    Ask the right Education Counselors. Would you ask a Doctor on how to repair your car? Or would you ask a mechanic for medical advise? Although this sounds ridiculous, but many students do listen to advise from young and inexperienced counselors from universities, colleges or agents’ offices.  Talking to an experienced education advisor would help you to navigate through this confusing time of choosing the best course that fits you.

    Experienced education counselors are able to analyse your interests, personality and exam results to help you make a list of possible courses for consideration. EduSpiral Consultant Services staff have more than 15 years experience in counseling students. Having worked in the private education industry, we have in-depth knowledge of each private university and college in what they are good at.

    EduSpiral Consultant Services has worked with our partner universities and colleges for many years while the counselors at the private universities or agents’ offices change every few years therefore they would not have the in-depth knowledge of the courses and the university that they are working at.

    Top Scholarships Available from the Best Private Universities in Malaysia

    Study at the Best Private Universities and Colleges in Malaysia

    EduSpiral helped me to find the right college for A-Levels, & now they have helped me to choose what to study after my A-Levels. Chee Kin, Actuarial & Finance degree at UCSI University

    EduSpiral helped me to find the right college for A-Levels, & now they have helped me to choose what to study after my A-Levels.
    Chee Kin, Actuarial & Finance degree at UCSI University

    Switzerland

    Malaysia

    1. Heriot-Watt University Malaysia
    2. Curtin University, Sarawak campus
    3. Asia Pacific University (APU) 
    4. APIIT
    5. UCSI University
    6. Taylor’s University
    7. Taylor’s College Subang Jaya and Sri Hartamas
    8. UCSI University Sarawak Campus
    9. First City University College
    10. HELP University
    11. HELP Academy
    12. KDU University College Utropolis Glenmarie
    13. KDU College Damansara Jaya
    14. KDU Penang University College
    15. YTL International College of Hotel Management
    16. IACT College
    17. Point College
    18. Saito College
    19. Nilai University
    20. Reliance College

    EduSpiral Consultant Services- Your Personal Online Education Advisor

    Established since 2009, EduSpiral Consultant Services helps provide information and counselling on courses and universities in Malaysia.

    EduSpiral gets to know our students personally in order to be able to advise on which course & university is the best such as these 2 students after a visit of Asia Pacific University

    EduSpiral gets to know our students personally in order to be able to advise on which course & university is the best such as these 2 students after a visit of Asia Pacific University

    EduSpiral Consultant Services represents the best colleges and universities in Malaysia offering a wide range of choices for students to choose from. These colleges and universities offer value for money in the quality of education and excellent facilities that you get. These universities and colleges are chosen by EduSpiral because they represent the best in their fields in Malaysia and affordable.

    EduSpiral Consultant Services represents the best colleges and universities in Malaysia offering a wide range of choices for students to choose from. These colleges and universities offer value for money in the quality of education and excellent facilities that you get.

    These universities and colleges are chosen by EduSpiral because they represent the best in their fields in Malaysia and affordable. EduSpiral provides in-depth information and counseling on their courses so that students are able to make the right choice.

    If you are still not sure what to study, please contact us and we will send you a free EduSpiral Career Assessment Form.

    Please contact us for more details.

    Please fill up the form for more information. If you do not give your mobile number or full name as in IC, your query will not be answered. Please make sure you give a correct email address and check your email including the SPAM or JUNK email folder within 48 hours as we will email you the information. 

    Top Private Universities in Malaysia for Law (LLB) UK Transfer Programme


    Best Private Universities in Malaysia for Law (LLB) UK Transfer Programme

    Written by EduSpiral Consultant Services For more information contact 01111408838

    To qualify as a lawyer in the UK, you need to follow a prescribed path, and pass modules in seven areas known as the Foundations of Legal Knowledge. These usually lead to an LLB (Bachelor of Law) or BA (Hons) Law. You’ll then progress to the Legal Practice Course (LPC) or the Bar Vocational Course (BVC), leading to a qualification as a lawyer or a barrister.

    The advantage of going for the UK Bar is that you can practice worldwide while the CLP only allows you to practice within Malaysia. You can save money by going for the UK Law Twinning or Transfer program at the best universities in Malaysia. This will ensure that you will have a successful career.

    Students after SPM who are interested to pursue law should go for the A-Levels. To practice as a lawyer in Malaysia, the A-Levels are recognised by the Malaysian Bar.

    For more information contact 01111408838

    Please fill up the form for more information. If you do not give your mobile number or full name as in IC, your query will not be answered. Please make sure you give a correct email address and check your email including the SPAM or JUNK email folder within 48 hours as we will email you the information. 

    Study at the Best Universities in Malaysia for the UK Law Degree Transfer Programme

    The modern law graduate can move into a variety of positions not only confined to the courts.

    Law is one of the oldest fields of study, and remains as one of the most sought-after and widely respected programmes in the world. A law degree is the first step towards a career path in the traditional legal sector, whether as a practicing advocate or solicitor. However, a law degree is also one that opens many doors. The modern law graduate can move into a variety of positions not only confined to the courts but may also venture into the government, the public sector, business, corporations and even in entertainment. As the legal profession grows more dynamic every day, there is a demand for law graduates who are holistic in their approach and global in their outlook.

    Top UK Law Degree Transfer Programme in Malaysia at Taylors University

    Law students at Taylor's University

    Law students at Taylor’s University

    Students after SPM or O-Levels must have 5 credits including English and Bahasa Melayu to enter into the A-Level programme before continuing on to Taylor’s Bachelor of Laws degree. The Law degree at Taylor’s University is recognised by the Malaysian Bar and the Legal Profession Qualifying Board, Malaysia for purposes of the CLP examinations.

    Taylor’s University has won many law awards and is ranked Excellent or Tier 5 in the SETARA 2013. Taylor’s University is also ranked as one of the Top 250 universities in Asia by QS University Rankings: Asia 2015.

    Officially upgraded to University in September 2010, Taylor’s is one of Malaysia’s top private universities. Over 70% of Taylors University’s graduates are employed within 2 months. In addition, the university has strong partnerships with 3,000+ career partners in Malaysia and globally. Taylor’s University is one of the best universities in Malaysia for you to study the Bachelor of Laws degree.

    Taylor’s Law Degree Transfer to UK

    Taylor's University students have access to excellent sports facilities on campus

    Taylor’s University students have access to excellent sports facilities on campus

    Graduate with a UK Law Degree from a Prestigious British University. Taylor’s Law School has established partnerships with reputable universities across the UK and you can choose to transfer after the 1st or 2nd year at Taylor’s University.

    • University of Manchester
    • University of Leeds
    • Cardiff University
    • University of Sheffield
    • University of Reading
    • University of the West of England

    The Best UK Law Degree Transfer Programme in Malaysia at Taylor’s University

    The law programme at Taylor’s University provides students with an in-depth understanding and

    Taylors University offers a conducive environment for students to excel in their studies

    Taylors University offers a conducive environment for students to excel in their studies

    appreciation of legal doctrines and concepts in the various areas of law. Through a combination of theoretical studies and practical exposure, students will be taught how to apply these into a variety of factual situations.

    Study of Malaysian and English Law

    • Taylor’s students will learn both Malaysian and English Law, providing them with sound knowledge of the fundamentals of the legal system and practices in Malaysia.

    Ready For Legal Practice

    • Application of legal theories to real-life cases at the Taylor’s Legal Aid Centre, while also developing a sense of community awareness, under the guidance and supervision of lecturers.
    • Compulsory Mooting exercises for first-year students hone their legal research and writing skills, as well as boost their confidence in public speaking and inculcate team spirit.

    Learning from the Industry

    Moot Court at Taylor's University

    Moot Court at Taylor’s University

    • In-depth understanding and a real-life feel of the legal profession via industry visits to the Legal Aid Centre, Parliament, Palace of Justice, Attorney General’s Chambers, prisons and legal offices.
    • Platforms for students to meet and engage with the country’s legal giants and gain valuable insights into the legal profession, through industry networking events.
    • Exposure to specialised areas of law and the workings of the legal fraternity through the Law Speaker Series.

    Real-World Experience

    • 4-week compulsory internship programme to develop practical and relevant skills for future employment.
    • Opportunity to carry out attachment at top law firms, the Bar Council’s Legal Aid Centres and other organisations, for students who excel in their studies.

    Entry Requirements into Taylor’s University Bachelor of Laws Degree

    • Taylor’s Foundation / Diploma*
      Taylor's University is a top ranked private university in Malaysia

      Taylor’s University is a top ranked private university in Malaysia

      Pass with min. CGPA 2.67

    • Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM)
      B-B- or min. CGPA 2.67 including Pengajian Am
    • Unified Examination Certificate (UEC)
      Pass with 5Bs, including English, with max. 20 points
    • A Levels
      Min. CC or BD or AE
    • South Australian Matriculation (SAM) / SACE International
      Min. ATAR 70
    • Canadian Pre-University (CPU)*
      Min. average of 65% in 6 subjects
    • International Baccalaureate (IB)*
      Min. 24 points in 6 subjects and min. 4 points in 3 Higher Level subjects
    • Monash University Foundation Year (MUFY)
      Min. 260/400
    • Other Qualifications*
      Students with other qualifications will be considered on a case-by-case basis

    ENGLISH REQUIREMENTS

    • IELTS
      Taylor's University is an award-winning top private university in Malaysia

      Taylor’s University is an award-winning top private university in Malaysia

      Overall Band 6.0

    • TOEFL
      79 – Internet Based Test (20 in writing)
    • A Levels (English / English Literature )
      Min. Grade C
    • South Australian Matriculation (SAM) / SACE International
      (English as a second Language)
      Min. Grade B
    • Canadian Pre-University (CPU) (English 4U)
      Min. Grade C
    • MUET
      Band 5
    • UEC English
      B4
    • O Level / 1119 (GCE-O)
      Grade C
    • Taylor’s EET
      Overall band 6.0
    • Other Equivalent English Qualifications
      Students with other qualifications will be considered on a case-by-case basis

    Students who have completed a full year preparatory / foundation study in English may be exempted from meeting the English requirements.

    NOTE:

    Top students from all over Malaysia choose to study at Taylor's University

    Top students from all over Malaysia choose to study at Taylor’s University

    • Pass SPM / O Level or equivalent with 5 credits (Including English) for entry with pre-university / foundation qualification.
    • Pass SPM / O Level or equivalent with 3 credits (including English) for entry with Diploma qualification.
    • Students who intend to pursue the CLP course are also required to obtain a credit for Bahasa Melayu in SPM.
    • Entry Qualification that are not recognised by Legal Profession Qualifying Board, Malaysia for purposes of the CLP examinations.

    All information is subject to change. The above entry requirements serve as a guideline. Readers are responsible to verify the information by contacting the university’s Admissions Department.

    Programme Structure for the Bachelor of Laws at Taylor’s University

    YEAR 1 Subjects for the Law Degree at Taylor’s University

    Law students at Taylor's University

    Law students at Taylor’s University

    Semester 1

    • Constitutional & Administrative Law I
    • Contract Law I
    • English Legal System
    • Law of Tort I
    • Legal Skills

    Semester 2

    • Bahasa Malaysia Komunikasi 2 / Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia
    • Constitutional & Administrative Law II
    • Contract Law II
    • Law of Tort II
    • Malaysian Legal System
    • Mooting

    YEAR 2 Subjects for the Law Degree at Taylor’s University

    X-Space Classroom at Taylor's University - Promoting Learning Collaboratively, From the Lecturer, Peers and the World

    X-Space Classroom at Taylor’s University – Promoting Learning Collaboratively, From the Lecturer, Peers and the World

    Semester 3

    • Constitutional & Administrative Law III
    • Criminal Law I
    • Land Law I
    • Research & Writing and Drafting
    • Law Elective A I
    • Malaysian Studies 3 / Hubungan Etnik

    Semester 4

    • Bahasa Kebangsaan A / Personal Development / Logic & Reasoning
    • Criminal Law II
    • Land Law II
    • Public International Law
    • Law Elective A II
    • Law Elective B

    YEAR 3 Subjects for the Law Degree at Taylor’s University

    Semester 5

    Well-equipped library at Taylor's University

    Well-equipped library at Taylor’s University

    • Company Law I
    • Equity & Trusts I
    • Family Law I
    • Land Law III
    • Law Elective C
    • People Dynamics in Malaysian Organisation / Malaysian Studies 3

    Semester 6

    • Internship
    • Equity & Trusts II
    • Family Law II
    • Company Law II
    • Law Elective D
    • Community Service Initiative

    Electives

    An intellectually stimulating environment at Taylor's University

    An intellectually stimulating environment at Taylor’s University

    Electives A I

    • Information Technology Law I
    • Intellectual Property Law I
    • International Commercial Law I
    • Medical Law I

    Electives A II

    • Information Technology Law II
    • Intellectual Property Law II
    • International Commercial Law II
    • Medical Law II

    Electives B

    Grand Hall at Taylor's University

    Grand Hall at Taylor’s University

    • Alternative Dispute Resolution
    • International Human Rights Law

    Electives C

    • Alternative Dispute Resolution
    • International Human Rights Law
    • Law of Evidence I

    Electives D

    • Drafting
    • Dissertation
    • Law of Evidence II

    Taylor’s Law School Achievements

    Over the years, our students have successfully clinched numerous awards and recognitions at various local and international competitions, such as:

    2015

    Taylor's University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake

    Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake

    Bar Council’s Gender Equality Initiative

    • Colloquium – Champion
    • Debates – 1st Runners-up
    • 1st Runners-up: Ghandhi Memorial Debates

    2013
    2nd Runner-up: LAWASIA International Moot Competition (National Rounds)

    2012
    The Spirit of LAWASIA Team Award

    2010
    National Champions: LAWASIA International Moot Competition

    2009
    1st Runner-up: LAWASIA International Moot Competition (National Rounds)

    Real World Experiences

    Grooming Successful Legal Professionals

    TLS prepares students to hit the ground running the moment they graduate, by exposing them to simulated real-world experiences and real-world practice whenever possible.

    Throughout their educational journey, students participate in various activities and events designed to prepare them for professional practice.

    Mooting and Debating at Taylor’s University
    Moots and debates are essential exercises that students are required to participate in during the course of their study at Taylor’s Law School.
    Colloquiums at Taylor’s Law School
    The law colloquiums not only raise awareness on current issues but also enable students to address social, economic, cultural, civil and political issues affecting our society at large. These colloquiums provide a platform for students to research, present, and debate these issues.
    Networking With Industry
    Taylor’s Law School regularly organises networking events with industry members. These events provide a platform for students to meet and engage with some of the country’s legal giants.
    Lecture Series for Law Students at Taylor’s University
    The Lecture Series is open to both students and staff, and touches upon specialised areas of law not usually covered during classroom study.
    Field Trips for Law Students at Taylor’s University
    Students regularly participate in visits to the courts, Attorney General’s chambers, prisons and the Parliament, to gain exposure to law in action and to help them gain a deeper insight into the legal practice.

    Strong Industry Linkages at Taylor’s Law School

    Synergistic Partnerships

    Taylor's University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake

    Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake

    In the pursuit to groom legal professionals who are on par with the best, Taylor’s Law School continue to benchmark their curriculum against industry standards, through the Industry Advisory Panel (IAP).The IAP comprises the most prestigious law firms in Kuala Lumpur and the Bar Council, ensuring that teaching and learning initiatives at the School is of high quality and students are equipped with the required intellectual, professional as well as personal attributes that are demanded by the Bar and the Bench, and define the legal profession.

    Taylor’s industry partners also provide support to our programme, through book prizes for top students, judging our Moots and Law Debates, sponsoring the School’s major events, and securing attachment and pupillage for our students in the top legal firms. Taylor’s Law School facilitates this process by creating platforms that allow our law graduates and potential employers to meet and interact.

    Industry Advisory Panel
    Taylor’s Law School has established strong partnerships with Bar Council Malaysia and the top-ranked legal firms in the country, which ensure that the School’s curriculum remains relevant and practical. These firms include:

    Taylor's University offers an excellent environment for tertiary studies in Malaysia

    Taylor’s University offers an excellent environment for tertiary studies in Malaysia

    • Azmi & Associates
    • Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill
    • Raja Darryl & Loh
    • Shearn Delamore
    • Shook Lin & Bok
    • Sivananthan & Co
    • Skrine
    • Wong & Partners
    • Zaid Ibrahim & Co
    • Zul Rafique & Partners

    Law Ball & Awards Ceremony

    The Annual Law Ball and Awards Ceremony organised by the Taylor’s Law Society is attended by our law students, alumnus, representatives from legal firms, and members of the IAP, as well as the School’s staff and invited guests. This event is an avenue for current students to meet and mingle with their seniors and industry leaders. Our industry partners also provide support to our programme, through book prizes.

    Industry Attachments
    In order to ensure that Taylor’s law students are equipped with relevant skills to complement their textbook knowledge, Taylor’s Law School encourage them to spend their vacations on attachments with law firms, legal aid centres, the Attorney General’s chambers or Non-Governmental Organisations. The School actively facilitates these attachments through our extensive network of partners and associates.

    International Outlook for Law Students at Taylor’s University

    Learning Beyond Borders

    Taylor's University students have access to excellent sports facilities on campus

    Taylor’s University students have access to excellent sports facilities on campus

    Taylor’s Law School organises various activities and events for students to foster greater international exchange and promote the understanding of global issues. Participation in these activities ultimately creates lawyers who are globally-aware and geared to excel on a global platform.Overseas Study Trips
    Taylor’s University overseas study trips not only educate the students about foreign laws and legal systems, but also provide them with an opportunity to appreciate the differences between foreign and Malaysian legal institutions.

    Summer Courses
    The Malaysian Law Summer Course provides an avenue for foreign students to observe and understand the Malaysian legal system, which also includes an internship placement at a local legal firm.

    Community Outreach

    Reaching out to those who matter

    Lecture Theatre at Taylor's University with a view of the lake

    Lecture Theatre at Taylor’s University with a view of the lake

    At Taylor’s Law School, they believe that legal professionals are in a unique and advantageous position to uplift those who are less fortunate. As such, our students are taught to give back to the society and contribute to the community’s development.

    Law Awareness Event
    The Law Awareness Week serves as a platform for the public to address their concerns on various legal matters in areas involving rights of community groups, through the Legal Aid Centre at Taylor’s and participating Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs).

    Community Service
    Taylor’s students participate in raising funds for charitable organisations, visits to orphanages and community centres, voluntary tutoring of students, as well as other activities.

    Legal Aid Centre at Taylor’s University
    Taylor’s Legal Aid Centre was established to cater to the needs of the surrounding community, in collaboration with the Malaysia Bar Council. The centre provides pro-bono legal advice to the community, and as an avenue for students to gain hands-on practice in the legal profession.

    The Best UK Transfer (UKT)  Law Programme at HELP University

    HELP University Law Alumni sharing their experience

    HELP University Law Alumni sharing their experience

    Founded in 1986, it is one of the country’s first private law schools and has been the trend setter in private legal education in Malaysia. 2009 also saw the Department expanding by introducing its own Bachelor of Laws degree and in 2012, the Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP).

    HELP University, one of the top private universities in Malaysia, offers its own home-grown LLB programme known as the HELP Bachelor of Laws (HELP LLB) which can be completed entirely at HELP University.

    Graduates who complete the HELP LLB degree will be granted the opportunity to enrol in any post graduate Master’s Programme at HELP Graduate School (terms and conditions apply) Excluding the Master of Clinical Psychology. Currently, the LLB degree progamme at HELP University is not recognised for practice as a lawyer in Malaysia. You need to go for the UK Law Twinning programme in order to practice.

    • Assessment: Assignment 20%
    • Final written examination 80%
    • Practical Subjects:
    • Legal Skills : Assignment 20% , Practical Assessment 50%, Final Examination 30%
    • Legal Practice : Assignment 20%, Practical Assessment 40%, Final Examination 40%”

    Year 1 UKT Law Subjects at HELP University

    HELP University is one of the first law school to offer the UK Law Degree Transfer

    HELP University is one of the first law school to offer the UK Law Degree Transfer

    • DL1     Legal Method & Systems
    • DL2     Law of Contract
    • DL3     Constitutional & Administrative Law
    • DL4     Criminal Law
    • DL5     Legal Skills

    Year 2 UKT Law Subjects at HELP University

    • DL6     Land Law
    • DL7     Law of Tort
    • DL8     Law of Evidence
    • DL10   Legal Practice
    • DL11   Company Law

    HELP University has been enjoying the privilege of being the first private university to introduce the UK Degree Transfer Programme (Law), which has been recognised by prestigious and reputable universities in the UK.

    To date, HELP has students Transfer to the following Top UK universities on advanced standing basis into Year 2 or Year 3 to obtain a qualifying law degree:*

    HELP University is partnered with some of the best universities for Law in the UK.

    HELP University UK Law Transfer into Year 2 

    HELP University's UK Law degree transfer programme allows students to transfer to the final year of the law programme in prestigious universities in the UK such as Cardiff

    HELP University’s UK Law degree transfer programme allows students to transfer to the final year of the law programme in prestigious universities in the UK such as Cardiff

    • University of Manchester
    • University of Sheffield

    HELP University UK Law Transfer into Year 3

    • University of Leeds
    • University of Liverpool
    • Cardiff University
    • University of Wales, Aberystwyth
    • Northumbria University
    • University of the West of England, Bristol
    • University of Hertfordshire”

    HELP University to date produced 29 First Class Achievers on the UK Degree Transfer Programme (Law). In 2012 alone HELP University had 7 first class achievers from prestigious universities in the UK including the University of Liverpool, University of Leeds and Cardiff University.

    All HELP’s 7 First Class achievers in 2012 embarked on 2+1 transfer option. HELP University has been commended by the assessors of the Joint Academic Stage Board (JASB) which is a joint committee of the Bar Standards Board and the Solicitors

    Visiting Law Professor from Cardiff University at HELP University

    Visiting Law Professor from Cardiff University at HELP University

    Regulation Authority for the best practices adopted at the Faculty level in the administration and teaching of the UK Degree Transfer Programme (Law).

    The mission of HELP’s Department of Law is to groom employable lawyers through introducing skills based papers such as Legal Skills and Legal Practice which encompasses soft skills such as Legal Research, Client Interviewing and Counselling, Advocacy, Drafting, Negotiation, Case Management and Preparation, Managing a Law Firm, Criminal and Civil Litigation.

    There is also the annual HELP-Skrine Moot Competition that acts as a platform to further enhance advocacy skills amongst their law students.

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    Best University in Malaysia for Mobile Computing and Networking Degree at Top Ranked UCSI University


    Top University in Malaysia for Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) Mobile Computing and Networking Degree at UCSI University

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    The Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) Mobile Computing and Networking programme at UCSI University will furnish students with a strong grounding in the technological aspects of specially designed courses such as software management and operating systems, databases, networks as well as programming, among others.

    UCSI University students will learn the fundamentals of problem-solving, network designing and database management, and will develop deeper understanding of the key principles applied in mobile computing. Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) Mobile Computing and Networking Students at UCSI University will be tested on their understanding of key principles, fact and theories, and will demonstrate their skills in system design, development and management.

    Students after SPM or O-Levels wanting to pursue aBachelor of Computer Science (Hons) Mobile Computing and Networking  course in a university with full campus facilities can consider the top ranked UCSI University. With at least 3 credits in SPM or O-Levels, students will enter the Diploma in Information Technology at UCSI University for 2 years. Upon completing the diploma, they will enter Year 2 of the Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) Mobile Computing and Networking degree at UCSI University

    Students with at least 5 credits in SPM or O-Levels can go for the Foundation in Arts at UCSI University for 1 year before continuing on to the Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) Mobile Computing and Networking degree at UCSI University.

    With more than 30 years of education experience, UCSI University provides an affordable degree in mobile computing and networking supported by excellent facilities. Students will enjoy the wide range of sports facilities as well as interact with students from more than 80 countries. UCSI University is ranked in the Top 300 Universities in Asia in 2015 by the renown QS University Rankings. UCSI University is ranked as Excellent or Tier 5 in the SETARA 2013 rating system by MQA.

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    Top Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) Mobile Computing and Networking Degree Programme in Malaysia at UCSI University

    UCSI University is ranked Tier 5 or Excellent in the SETARA 2013 offers state-of-the-art facilities at their strategically located campus in Cheras, KL

    UCSI University is ranked Tier 5 or Excellent in the SETARA 2013 offers state-of-the-art facilities at their strategically located campus in Cheras, KL

    Mobile computing is now one of the preferred modes of communication amongst the younger generation who highly prioritise “portability”. The Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) Mobile Computing and Networking programme at UCSI University will furnish students with a strong grounding in the technological aspects of specially designed courses such as software management and operating systems, databases, networks as well as programming, among others.

    UCSI University students will learn the fundamentals of problem-solving, network designing and database management, and will develop deeper understanding of the key principles applied in mobile computing. Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) Mobile Computing and Networking Students at UCSI University will be tested on their understanding of key principles, fact and theories, and will demonstrate their skills in system design, development and management.

    The Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) Mobile Computing and Networking course at UCSI University seeks to develop the students’ programming skills in the areas of network and multimedia, placing great emphasis on the latest mobile technologies as well as providing graduates with the skills and knowledge to contribute significant efforts as computing professionals within the global community.

    Programme Details for the Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) Mobile Computing and Networking at UCSI University

    The library & computer labs are located inside the Learning Resource Centre at UCSI University

    The library & computer labs are located inside the Learning Resource Centre at UCSI University

    In the first year, you will be introduced to and learn skills in computing, programming, communication, principles of networking and marketing. You will work with fundamental computer-based systems components, and use these for experiments throughout the course.

    In the second year, you will develop your networking knowledge and skills, which will enable you to implement, exploit and manage complex systems. You will study the technology of wireless communication which is beginning to appear in all manner of products and be able to design and improve mobile computing products to achieve a specific function. You will have access to a lab where you can design and configure systems with a range of network technologies. You will undertake group work to develop your skills in working with others on an integrative technical project.

    The final year combines all your knowledge in mobile computing technology and mobile computing

    Computer lab at UCSI University

    Computer lab at UCSI University

    applications, to enable you to manage the complete design of mobile computing systems. You will learn how to manage and optimize networks through the use of advanced design and simulation software, complemented with options in network security or multimedia.

    Assessments

    Coursework percentage and written examination percentage. This programme provides students with relevant, interesting, stimulating and practical experience via a variety of teaching and practical techniques. Different dynamic learning processes are employed in the delivery of this programme, such as lectures, tutorials, computer lab work, team-based project, real life system development, presentations, independent projects supervised by supervisors from university lecturers or industry experts. The learning is very much practical oriented.

    Year 1 Subjects for the Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) Mobile Computing and Networking Degree Programme at UCSI University

    UCSI University is strategically located at Taman Connaught, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur with easy access to restaurants, banks, public transportation & other amenities

    UCSI University is strategically located at Taman Connaught, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur with easy access to restaurants, banks, public transportation & other amenities

    •  Discrete Mathematics 1
    • Data Structures & Algorithms
    • Java Programming 1
    • Java Programming 2
    • Object Oriented Modelling 1
    • Research Methods in Computing
    • Database Management Systems
    • Computer Org & Architecture
    • University Life (MPU-U2)
    • Extracurricular Learning Experience 1 (MPU-U4)
    • Co-operative Placement 1

    Elective Year 1

    • Introduction to Internet Technologies
    • Database Administration
    • Fundamentals of Management
    • Business Communications
    • Creative Problem Solving

    Year 2 Subjects for the Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) Mobile Computing and Networking Degree Programme at UCSI University

    EduSpiral helped Alvin Chai, Jen Hui, Paul Kit, and Wen Hao from Poi Lam High School Ipoh providing course counseling and campus tour. They are now studying in various programmes at UCSI University

    EduSpiral helped Alvin Chai, Jen Hui, Paul Kit, and Wen Hao from Poi Lam High School Ipoh providing course counseling and campus tour. They are now studying in various programmes at UCSI University

    • Introduction to Human Computer Interaction
    • Multimedia Programming
    • Software Project Management
    • Visual Basic.Net
    • Operating Systems
    • Networking
    • Technopreneuship
    • Trends and Issues in Networking
    • Extracurricular Learning Experience 2 (MPU-U4)
    • Co-operative Placement 2

    Elective Year 2

    • Wireless Network Infrastructure
    • Mobile Commerce
    • Business Systems Development Tools

    Year 3 Subjects for the Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) Mobile Computing and Networking Degree Programme at UCSI University

    Students get value for money at UCSI University with access to excellent sports facilities

    Students get value for money at UCSI University with access to excellent sports facilities

    • Social Network Programming
    • Cloud Computing Application System
    • Mobile Programming
    • Mobile Application Development
    • Application Layer Programming
    • Mobile Device Technology & Applications
    • Mobile Computing & Networking Project 1
    • Mobile Computing & Networking Project 2
    • Network Security Design
    • Networking Programming
    • Extracurricular Learning Experience 3 (MPU-U4)
    • Co-operative Placement 3

    Elective Year 3

    • Java Web Programming
    • Wireless Communications
    • Network Management

    Study at the Top Ranked UCSI University in Malaysia

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    UCSI University is a vibrant community of learning and scholarship. With more than 10,000 students from 80 different countries, the University stands out as a melting pot of diversity and learners will supplement their pursuit of knowledge with a keen sense of cultural appreciation – a vital trait in today’s borderless world.

    As one of Malaysia’s first private universities,UCSI University has long impacted the national higher education landscape and the University continues to do so with its wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

    UCSI University is ranked in the Top 300 Universities in Asia in 2015 by the renown QS University Rankings. UCSI University is ranked as Excellent or Tier 5 in the SETARA 2013 rating system by MQA.

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    State-of-the-Art Facilities at UCSI University

    Situated on a 19-acre piece of land, the Campus is located in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur with convenient access to numerous

    Chemistry lab at UCSI University

    Chemistry lab at UCSI University

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    Housing 7 different blocks, the Campus includes the Student Centre (Menara Gading), the Resource Centre, the Academic Blocks and Residential Halls to comfortably accommodate a student population of more than 15000.

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    Control, Instrumentation Pneumatics & Hydraulics Lab at UCSI University

    Control, Instrumentation Pneumatics & Hydraulics Lab at UCSI University

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    The University is also constantly working with the industry to set up specialised labs which ensure students are updated with the latest industrial practices. Currently, the University has established laboratories jointly with National Instruments and RICOH under the School of Engineering and the School of Information Technology, respectively.

    Due to its rapid expansion, an additional 48-storey building will be built on the existing Campus that will include a 5-Star hotel, twelve floors of parking bays and hostel accommodations for UCSI University students, administrative offices, restaurants, a ballroom and also a clubhouse.

    Sports Facilities at UCSI University

    Excellent sports facilities at UCSI University provide for an all-rounded education & a healthy lifestyle

    Excellent sports facilities at UCSI University provide for an all-rounded education & a healthy lifestyle

    • Badminton Courts
    • Basketball Courts
    • Football Field
    • Futsal Court
    • Gymnasium
    • Pool Tables
    • Squash Courts
    • Swimming Pool
    • Table Tennis
    • Volleyball Court

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    First Rate Human Resource Management (HRM) Degree Programme at Top Private Universities in Malaysia

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    Students after SPM or O-Levels can go for the Foundation in Arts or Foundation in Business at top private universities in Malaysia before continuing on to the 3-year degree in Human Resource Management. You will need at least 5 credits in the relevant subjects to enter a Foundation course.

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    Heriot-Watt University Malaysia is a branch campus of the top ranking Heriot-Watt University, UK

    Heriot-Watt University Malaysia is a branch campus of the top ranking Heriot-Watt University, UK

    Human Resource personnel participate in activities of the company related to recruiting and hiring, training and development of staff, determining staff compensation and benefits, employee relations including handling grievances, ensuring occupational health and safety, and other activities geared towards strengthening their organization’s entire workforce.

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    Taylor's University offers an excellent environment for tertiary studies in Malaysia

    Taylor’s University offers an excellent environment for tertiary studies in Malaysia

    A good university in Malaysia will prepare graduates with the necessary knowledge and skills to succeed in the area of human resource management. Top human resource specialists are paid very high salaries in Malaysia.

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    Asia Pacific University (APU) is ranked Tier 5 or "Excellent" in the SETARA 2013 rating by MQA. APU is now operating at its new iconic campus at Technology Park Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur.

    Asia Pacific University (APU) is ranked Tier 5 or “Excellent” in the SETARA 2013 rating by MQA. APU is now operating at its new iconic campus at Technology Park Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur.

    Students after SPM or O-Levels can go for the Foundation in Arts or Foundation in Business at top private universities in Malaysia before continuing on to the 3-year degree in Human Resource Management. You will need at least 5 credits in the relevant subjects to enter a Foundation course.

    Alternatively, with at least 3 credits in SPM or O-Levels, students can enter the Diploma in Business

    HELP University’s (HU) new campus at Subang 2

    HELP University’s (HU) new campus at Subang 2

    Administration or Diploma in Management for 2 years. After completing the diploma, students will receive advanced standing into Year 2 of the Human Resource Management degree.

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    Study Human Resource Management in Malaysia

    Graduates from Asia Pacific University will receive a UK Dual Award degree from Staffordshire University. An impressive 95% of APU's graduates obtain jobs before graduation.

    Graduates from Asia Pacific University will receive a UK Dual Award degree from Staffordshire University. An impressive 95% of APU’s graduates obtain jobs before graduation.

    Human Resource Management (HRM) is the function within an organization that focuses on recruitment of, management of, and providing direction for the people who work in the organization. HRM can also be performed by line managers.

    Human Resource Management (HRM) is the process of managing the relationship between people and the organisations they work in. It is a specialist function supporting organisations, and their employees, at both strategic and operational levels. An understanding of HRM is also of benefit to anyone with responsibilities for managing people.

    HRM is the organizational function that deals with issues related to people such as compensation, hiring, performance management, organization development, safety, wellness, benefits, employee motivation, communication, administration, and training.

    HRM is also a strategic and comprehensive approach to managing people and the workplace culture and

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    Top students enjoy the state-of-the-art facilities in a family-like environment at the new KDU University College Utropolis Glenmarie campus

    environment. Effective HRM enables employees to contribute effectively and productively to the overall company direction and the accomplishment of the organization’s goals and objectives.

    A career in human resource management is about managing people effectively. You will work to place people in positions where their skills and abilities can be most effectively used to help the organisation meet its business goals. At the same time you will help create work environments which are healthy and rewarding for employees. Not only so they contribute to the organisation, but so they can satisfy their own personal and career needs. This is vital for any organisation wanting to retain a sustained competitive edge.

    You will also consult and advise managers and employees on areas like employment law, dispute resolution and employee engagement.

    Human Resources – Hays Recruitment Agency, Jobstreet, JobsDB, Kelly Services, Wanco Manpower, Agensi Pekerjaan City Recruit Sdn Bhd, Agensi Pekerjaan Randstad Sdn Bhd – RSR – Philips, Adecco Personnel,

    Characteristics needed to succeed as a Human Resource Specialist in Malaysia

    Students at Asia Pacific University are awarded a degree from Staffordshire University, UK and APU

    Students at Asia Pacific University are awarded a degree from Staffordshire University, UK and APU

    A career in the human resources field demands a range of personal qualities and skills, from the ability to work with diverse employees to the active promotion of organizational goals.

    Students considering a career in human resources in Malaysia should have “soft skills” like integrity, empathy, fair-mindedness, and a persuasive, congenial personality, able to stand firm on principles, negotiation skills, and you must be able to cope with conflicting points of view, able to perform under pressure, and demonstrate discretion.

    Students who like to help people to grow and succeed, with interest in human behaviour are well suited for this course.

    The “hard skills” include computer proficiency, strong written and oral communication, math, and principles of business.

    What you can work as in Human Resource Management (HRM) in Malaysia

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    Chun Khin, Finance degree at HELP University

    Almost every company in Malaysia need at least one Human Resource staff to take care of the needs on their employees. Medium and Large companies will have a dedicated Human Resources Department to ensure their staff are well compensated, motivated, trained and receive the correct amount of benefits due to them.

    Some of the job commonly held by graduates if human resource management graduates are:

    • Human Resources Personnel
    • Human Resource Manager
    • Compensation & Benefits
    • Executive Recruiter
    • Staffing Specialist
    • Training Coordinator
    • Job Analyst / Evaluator
    • Organizational Development Specialist
    • Industrial Relations Analyst
    • Arbitration Specialist
    • Change Management Consultant
    • Recruitment Specialist
    • Human Resource Consultant
    • Training & Development Consultant
    • Occupational, Health & Safety Officer
    • Head Hunter

    What type of work does a Human Resource worker do in Malaysia?

    Human resource personnel develop, advise on and implement policies relating to the effective use of personnel within an

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    organisation.

    Human resource personnel are responsible for recruiting, screening, interviewing and placing workers. They may also handle employee relations, payroll and benefits and training. Human resources managers plan, direct and coordinate the administrative functions of an organization. They oversee specialists in their duties; consult with executives on strategic planning; and link a company’s management with its employees.

    Their aim is to ensure that the organisation employs the right balance of staff in terms of skills and experience, and that training and development opportunities are available to employees to enhance their performance and achieve the employer’s business aims. HR personnel not only deal with staff welfare and administration-centred activities, but also strategy and planning.

    HR specialists tend to focus on a single area, such as recruiting or training. HR generalists handle a number of areas and tasks simultaneously. Small companies will typically have one or two HR generalists on staff, while larger ones may have many devoted to particular areas and services.

    Some typical daily tasks for an HR worker include:

    HELP College of Arts & Technology

    HELP College of Arts & Technology

    • Consult with employers to identify needs and preferred qualifications on potential staff
    • Interview applicants about their experience, education and skills
    • Contact references and perform background checks of potential staff
    • Inform applicants about job details such as benefits and conditions
    • Hire or refer qualified candidates
    • Conduct new employee orientations
    • Process paperwork
    • Process visa for foreign workers if any
    • Work closely with various departments to advise line managers and help them to understand and implement policies and procedures
    • Promote equality and diversity as part of the company’s culture
    • Liaise with a wide range of people involved in policy areas such as staff performance and occupational, health and safety
    • Staff recruitment – this includes developing job descriptions and person specifications, preparing job advertisements, checking application forms, shortlisting, interviewing and selecting candidates
    • Administer payroll and maintain employee records
    • Advise staff on their rights in Malaysian Labour Law matters

    HR managers in Malaysia will perform some of the roles below:

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    • Plan and coordinate the workforce to best use employees’ talents
    • Resolve issues between management and employees
    • Advise managers on policies like equal employment opportunity and sexual harassment
    • Develop and implement policies on issues like working conditions, performance management, equal opportunities, disciplinary procedures and absence management;
    • Prepare and develop staff handbook and the company’s HR policies and procedures
    • Advise on pay and other remuneration issues, including promotion, compensation and benefits
    • Undertake salary reviews of staff
    • Negotiate with staff and their representatives (for example, union officials) on issues relating to pay, benefits and working conditions
    • Interpret and advise both management and employees on Labour Laws in Malaysia
    • Deal with staff grievances and implement disciplinary procedures
    • Develop with line managers HR planning strategies which consider immediate and long-term staff requirements
    • Plan, and sometimes delivering, training – including orientation for new staff
    • Analyse training needs of the staff together with departmental managers to ensure staff are up-to-date in their knowledge and skills

    The Salary of a Human Resource Management Professional in Malaysia according to Robert Walters Salary Survey

    ROLE     5 – 10 Years Exp 10+ Years Exp
    HR Director 220 – 296k 296 – 485k
    Organisation Development 108 – 190k 190 – 336k
    Talent Management 110 – 185k 185 – 256k
    Compensation & Benefits 100 – 185k 185 – 330k
    HR Business Partner 100 – 175k 175 – 230k
    HR Manager 96 – 168k 168 – 264k
    Recruitment Specialist 90 – 150k 150 – 220k
    Training Specialist 84 – 144k 144 – 180k
    HR Information Systems (HRIS) 84 – 132k 132 – 168k

    What you will study in a Human Resource Management (HRM) Degree course in Malaysia

    Some common subjects found in most human resource management degree courses in Malaysia are:

    Students at Heriot-Watt University Malaysia are taught by top professors and receive personal attention

    Students at Heriot-Watt University Malaysia are taught by top professors and receive personal attention

    • Labour law
    • Recruitment and selection
    • Compensation and benefits
    • Organisation change management
    • Training and development
    • Ethics, leadership, coaching, and mentoring.
    • Employee relations
    • Organisation behavioural
    • Occupational, Health and safety for workers
    • Labor relations
    • Performance management
    • Job analysis and design
    • Career development strategies
    • Organisational structures

    In addition, human resource management students get to explore how economic, social, psychological, legal, and cultural forces influence employee relations and organisational decisions.

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    EduSpiral Consultant Services represents the best colleges and universities in Malaysia offering a wide range of choices for

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    Best University College in Malaysia for Top UK Dual Award Interior Architecture & Design Course at First City University College


    Study at the Best University College in Malaysia for UK Dual Award Interior Architecture & Design Course at First City University College

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    Students can now obtain a top ranked UK dual award BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design degree at First City University College. Upon graduation, students will receive a degree from First City University College and Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.

    Manchester Metropolitan University, home to Manchester School of Art, has been ranked 15th out of UK universities for art and design courses in the Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2017.

    Students after SPM or O-Levels with 5 credits may go for the 1-year Foundation in Art & Design and then continue into the 3.5-year UK dual award BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design degree at First City University College. Alternatively, with 3 credits in SPM or O-Levels, students may enter into the Diploma in Interior Design for 2.5 years and then enter into Year 2 of the Interior Architecture & Design degree.

    First City University College is acknowledged to be one of the best universities for design in Malaysia having been the first to offer the undergraduate degree majoring in Graphic Design, Interior Architecture & Design and Furniture & Product Design.

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    Top 20 Ranked UK Dual Award BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design Degree in Malaysia at First City University College

    First City University College offers affordable Foundation, Diploma & Degree programmes at their 13-acre campus in Bandar Utama

    First City University College offers affordable Foundation, Diploma & Degree programmes at their 13-acre campus in Bandar Utama

    The 3½ year programme- BA (Hons) Interior Architecture & Design at First City University College is renowned for developing creative and knowledgeable graduates; armed with skills and ability to embark on careers as professional interior architects.

    First City University College has everything an art & design student needs to equip him/her with the skill sets required of a professional designer in Malaysia. The college provides ample studio space, up-to-date computer hardware and software, 3D printer, Mac Lab, woodwork workshop, print studios, workshops, photo labs, recording studio, and a range of other equipment to help students in their design projects.

    Students can now obtain a top ranked UK dual award BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design degree at First City University College. Upon graduation, students will receive a degree from First City University College and Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.

    Manchester Metropolitan University, home to Manchester School of Art, has been ranked 15th out of UK universities for art and design courses in the Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2017.

    First City University College graduates of the BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design will be able to:

    3D Printer at First City University College

    3D Printer at First City University College

    • Understand the role of design and the designer within a professional context.
    • Have a theoretical and critical perspective of design within its cultural, social,
      political and economic context.
    • Are able to align the design and development of interior spaces with the architectural
      context and building envelope.
    • Understand structural, technical and material considerations at an appropriate level.
    • Design interior spaces in a rational, sensitive and articulate manner that contributes
      to the creation of a physical framework for a fair, equitable and sustainable society.

    YEAR 1 Subjects for the BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design at First City University College

    Design class at First City University College

    Design class at First City University College

    • IAD Design Studio 1
    • Design Communication
    • Technical Studies 1
    • Interior Architecture in Context 1

    The Year 1 modules are designed to familiarise students with the principles of design relating to architecture and interiors. The students will be introduced to design function and principles in the development of a vocabulary for the interpretation of form and space. The modules will also encourage the development and application of fundamental design skills.

    YEAR 2 Subjects for the BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design at First City University College

    Woodwork lab for interior design course at First City University College

    Woodwork lab for interior design course at First City University College

    • IAD Design Studio 2
    • Professional Studies
    • Technical Studies 2
    • Interior Architecture in Context 2

    The Year 2 modules promote creative design exploration through inspiring projects set in increasingly complex contexts whilst encouraging further development and refinement of the skills learned in the first year of study. Design exercises concentrate on the overall understanding, organisation and realisation of schemes, developing into projects dedicated to the handling of materials and detailing.

    YEAR 3 Subjects for the BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design at First City University College

    First City University College Interior Design Final Year Student's Project Presentation

    First City University College Interior Design Final Year Student’s Project Presentation

    • IAD Design Studio 3
    • Technical Studies 3
    • Research Project

    The final year is student-centred. It encourages the students to undertake a synthesised research and a design project defined by students and agreed by tutors at the start of the academic year. Within this context, students will be able to develop their own design briefs and strategies to which they respond creatively through an integrated design proposal.

    Work Placement

    Working in conjunction with the work placement office, students will be assisted in identifying appropriate work placement opportunities which are then secured through a process of application and competitive interview.

    MPU Compulsory Subjects

    • All Malaysian and International students are required to take 4 MPU compulsory

    First City University College is a Top Award-Winning Design University College in Malaysia

    As evidence that First City UC is the best university college for design in Malaysia, the university and their students have won numerous awards for

    Lim Yong An (right), Gold Winner of the Nippon Young Paint Designers Award 2014 in the Interior Design Category

    Lim Yong An (right), Gold Winner of the Nippon Young Paint Designers Award 2014 in the Interior Design Category

    Interior Design as well as Graphic Design.

    • Nippon Paint Young Designer Awards 2014:
      • Gold Winner for Interior Design is Lim Yong An
      • Lim Yong An also won the “Best Green Innovation Award”.
      • Ernest Loh Yin-Sen won Silver
      • Soo Mei Lian won “Best Colour Choice”
      • Yii Sii Lin won an Honorary Mention
      • Best College for Interior Design also went to KBU International College
      • Best Lecturer for Interior Design went to KBU’s Chua Huwi Huwi.
    • RSA Genovasi Malaysian Awards 2014
      • Social Entrepreneurship Category Winners – Mandy Choong Mun Yee, Lee Man Kit, Kim Eunkyung, Goh Pei Hua and Yong Lee Chee
      • Digital Age Category Winner – Daniel Chua Yong Ho
    • MIFF 2014 Awards– MIFF 2014 Young Designers Category
    • Father’s Day – VIVA Drawing Competition 2014

      Lim Meng Yeu (Third from Right in black T-shirt), a graduate from KBU International College emerged as the Gold winner of the Student category of MIID’s MIDA Awards 2012

      Lim Meng Yeu (Third from Right in black T-shirt), a graduate from KBU International College emerged as the Gold winner of the Student category of MIID’s MIDA Awards 2012

    • Conqueror Happy Design Contest 2013/14
    • MIJF Jewellery Design Competition 2014 Award
    • Lee Hui Ying, clinched second prize for the MIFF Furniture Design Competition 2014
    • Nippon Paint Young Designer 2012 competition, KBU staff and students made a sweep of the awards with:
      • Regional Winner – Lim Meng Yeu – Platinum/Malaysia beating Gold winners from Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore & China
      • Gold/Malaysia – Lim Meng Yeu
      • Silver/Malaysia – Chu Sze Yong
      • Honorary Mention/Malaysia – Ee Wil Ken and Lee Xuan Xuan
      • Best College/University – KBU International College
      • Best Lecturer – Chua Huwi Huwi
    • Wil Ken bagging a notable award, 2012 Emerging Designer of the Year – Student category of the Malaysian Institute of Interior Designers’ (MIID) Malaysian Interior Design Awards (MIDA) 2012
    • Lim Meng Yeu, 23, a graduate from KBU International College emerged as the Gold winner of the Student category of MIID’s MIDA Awards 2012
    • Lee Jian Ru received the Silver Prize winner of the Student category of 2013 MIID’s MIDA Awards and Foh Vui Siang won the Best Green Innovation Award and also received Honorary Mention

      MIFF Furniture Design Competition 2014 second prize winner Lee Hui Ying together with KBU International College Design School Head Siow Yin Yoong (fourth in the row from left to right) and lecturers.

      MIFF Furniture Design Competition 2014 second prize winner Lee Hui Ying together with KBU International College Design School Head Siow Yin Yoong (fourth in the row from left to right) and lecturers.

    • Philips Lightover Challenge 2013 Winners – Julius Lok Juin Chern and Chiang Siew Leng
    • Gan Su Yi and Cheok Yi Chi won 2nd and 3rd prize respectively in the 2013 Bristol Student Design Competition organised by the leading and highly regarded furniture manufacturers in providing office furniture and seating- in collaboration with Majlis Rekabentuk Malaysia (MRM)
    • Third place in the 2012 Veloster Rev it Up Inter-College Challenge by Hyundai
    • Thirteen of KBU’s graduands have bagged the First Class Honours degree awards in the field of Graphic Design, Interior Architecture and Design and Software Engineering, in which the degree programmes are conducted in collaboration with Nottingham Trent University, UK. Chu Sze Yong (Interior Architecture & Design) graduate was presented the Student of the Year Award.
    • Lee Jin Yin and Lydia Low, Year 2 Graphic Design students, collaborated with IM Magazine to produce their magazine cover for the July 2012 issue.
    • Katherine Goh, Year 2 Graphic Design student, won the Consolation Prize under the New Media Category for the Peri-fy Your Art Competition 2012
    • Bernadette Quah Paik Choo was named the winner of the Ideation Award 2011 by Malaysia International Furniture Fair (MIFF)
    • Phum Boon Eng from KBU International College beat 91 other participants to win the MIECO Designer’s Choice Awards (MDCA) 2009 Student’s Category. The MDCA 2009, was jointly organized by MIECO Sdn Bhd and MIFF Sdn Bhd in conjunction with the Malaysian International Furniture Fair 2009 (MIFF 2009)

    Entry Requirements to Join the Design Courses at First City University College

    The diploma is 2.5 years and after that, you can enter into Year 2 of the Interior Architecture & Design degree

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    We didn’t know that First City University College had won many awards for Interior Design until EduSpiral showed us the awards. The “famous” college that we had planned to join hadn’t even won any awards in interior design.
    Zhi Yih & Chin Xien, Foundation in Design at First City University College

    programme. You will not be able to take the PTPN Loan for the Certificate, Diploma or Degree.

    Students with the necessary 3 credits in SPM can apply for the PTPN Loan for their Diploma. There is also no PTPN loan for Foundation studies. PTPN Loan is also available for the degree course.

    You will need at least 3 credits in SPM to join the Diploma.  After that, you can enter into Year 2 of the interior architecture & design degree for another 2 years.

    First City University College offers value for money and the Diploma is probably the most affordable and the students have access to excellent facilities. In addition, you will be getting a UK degree at an affordable price.

    KBU International College Gold Award Winner, Lim’s unique “LEAF Agricultural Nursery”.

    KBU International College Gold Award Winner, Lim’s unique “LEAF Agricultural Nursery”.

    The BA (Hons) Interior Architecture & Design at First City University College is a modular programme and assessment is based on coursework involving a wide range of individual and group projects, presentation, 2D and 3D image generation and modeling, essays, seminars, and a written dissertation.

    Various activities that include field trips and site visits, as well as a series of guest lectures by prominent members of design profession, are also organized.

    Career Opportunities for the Interior Architecture & Design Graduate in Malaysia

    Interior design companies, architecture firms, furniture manufacturer, lighting design consultant, exhibition design consultant, exhibition designer and set designers and retail designers

    First City University College Design Students are Taught by qualified and experienced lecturers

    Dr. Debbie Gan shares invaluable knowledge and experience to the design students at First City University College

    Dr. Debbie Gan shares invaluable knowledge and experience to the design students at First City University College

    Dr. Debbie Gan Siew Siew, Deputy Head, School of Art & Design, currently manages and teaches the undergraduate graphic design programme at First City University College. Her experience in higher education spans over 6 years, teaching at BA and MA level in the UK and Malaysia.

    She received her MA with Distinction in Graphic Design and subsequently her PhD at the Nottingham Trent University, exploring the role graphic design in the national branding of emergent nations through a variety of design research methods.

    She has been invited to speak at various talks and design events, and has participated in several national and international design conferences. Debbie is also a design practitioner, providing consultations on design projects on a regular basis.

    She is currently writing a book, co-authored with Dr. Anthony Crabbe. Debbiehopes that the combination of design, teaching, and research practices, as well as her national and international influences will enable her to develop and share a greater understanding of the world in which we live.

    Debbie Gan Siew Siew, the first and only winner of the 2005 Keith Short Scholarship awarded by the Nottingham Trent University (NTU), UK., is now at the university to pursue herMA in Graphic Design.

    The Keith Short Scholarship Award offers full scholarship to students and is open to students ofNTU overseas collaborative partners, including Malaysia.Debbie who is the former student of KBU International College (KBU) graduated with a BA (Hons) in Graphic Design (an NTU franchised programme conducted at the School of Design, KBU).

    About First City University College

    First City University College offers value for money quality education in Malaysia

    First City University College offers value for money quality education in Malaysia

    First City University College (FCUC) is a private higher education institution established in 1990 by the First Nationwide Group, First City University College has a purpose-designed, fully equipped campus with sports and recreational facilities, and located on a 13-acre site within Bandar Utama.owner and developer of the 1000 acres fully integrated township/commercial district of Bandar Utama. It was formerly known as KBU International College until it was upgraded to University College status in 2015.

    There is ample studio space, up-to-date computer hardware and software, print studios, workshops, photo labs, and a range of other equipment to facilitate students in their projects. First City University College has everything an art & design student needs to equip him/her with the skill sets required of a professional designer.

    Sports and recreational amenities will include indoor basketball court, futsal court and also, dance and drama studio. The new hostel will be able to accommodate over 900 students.

    I was confused where to study & EduSpiral gave me good information to help me to decide. EduSpiral also helped me with my application, & accommodation. Wei Siong, Diploma in Interior Design at First City University College

    I was confused where to study & EduSpiral gave me good information to help me to decide. EduSpiral also helped me with my application, & accommodation.
    Wei Siong, Diploma in Interior Design at First City University College

    Students at First City University College will, therefore, receive a holistic education. The main objective of FCUC is to provide higher education opportunities to young Malaysians and foreign nationals in a wide range of academic and professional fields such as Engineering, Computing/ICT/Software Engineering, Hospitality, Tourism, Business andArt & Design. Quality education is the hallmark of FCUC with the intended outcome of producing highly employable graduates in a knowledge-based economy.

    In line with First City University College’s mission of providing Quality Education and achieving a high level of employability of its graduates, the University College collaborates with established universities in the United Kingdom to offer 3+0 degree programmes, as well as professional bodies and established examination bodies.

    Quality education at First City University College is further underpinned by the university college’s compliance with the requirements of the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) and the constant monitoring carried out by the College’s very own Quality Assurance Department and FCUC’s foreign university partners.

    First City University College provides a safe off-campus accommodation which is just across the road. Deserving students can apply for the scholarships as well.

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    I met EduSpiral a few years ago after completing my Diploma at LKW. I wanted to continue my degree at a better university & EduSpiral showed the number of awards won by First City UC for interior design which convinced me.
    Jun Hao at his graduation showcase, Interior Design at First City University College

    Established in 2009, EduSpiral is an appointed representative for top reputable private colleges & universities in Malaysia.

    EduSpiral Consultant Services represents the best colleges and universities in Malaysia offering a wide range of choices for students to choose from. These colleges and universities offer value for money in the quality of education and excellent facilities that you get.

    These universities and colleges are chosen by EduSpiral because they represent the best in their fields in Malaysia and affordable. EduSpiral provides in-depth information and counseling on their courses so that students are able to make the right choice.

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