What to Study with SPM 3 Credits or UEC 3 B’s?


With 3 Credits in SPM or UEC 3Bs you can join a Diploma Course in Malaysia

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There are so many options out there to choose after your SPM and it can get quite confusing. Good news for students this year as there has been a change in the duration in completing a diploma programme. It used to be 2.5 years and now it is shortened to 2 years.

So, if want to go on to the degree programme, you will enter into Year 2 of the related degree course and complete in 2 more years. For engineering degrees, they are 4-year degrees so it would be additional 3 years.

SPM – Foundation/Pre-U (1 year) – Degree (3 years, engineering is 4 years for some universities)

SPM – Diploma (2 years) – Degree (Enter into Year 2 of related degree and finish in 2 more years)

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A diploma is for students who are sure of what they want to study while students who are still unsure can take the Pre-U course first and then decide later what course to study. The diploma course is more practical with some theory while a degree programme is more academic. In the diploma, there will be a mixture of Coursework, Assignments, Quizzes, Exams and Projects.

The diploma generally is more practical while a degree course is more theoretical and academic.

With at least 3 credits in your SPM or 3 Bs in UEC, you can join the Diploma course for 2 or 2.5 years. Generally, most design courses are 2.5 years while the rest are 2 years in duration.

To join a diploma course, you will need at least 3 credits in SPM or 3 B’s in the UEC. You must have a pass in BM & Sejarah. If you are joining computing or accounting, you will need to include Maths.

A student may apply for the PTPTN loan if you meet the entry requirements as set by the college.

An advantage of the diploma is that after 2 years of studying, should you not want to continue on to the degree, you can stop

After my Diploma at TARC, I wanted to continue on in Penang for my degree but after talking to EduSpiral, I decided to go to KL so that I can improve my English so that I can have a successful career. Chun Khin, Finance degree at HELP University

After my Diploma at TARC, I wanted to continue on in Penang for my degree but after talking to EduSpiral, I decided to go to KL so that I can improve my English so that I can have a successful career.
Chun Khin, Finance degree at HELP University

and find a job. Your salary would be about RM1600-1800.

But if you want to continue on to a degree programme, you can. You will need to provide all the transcripts, course outline and letter of completion to the university that you would like to continue your degree course.

They will then evaluate the subjects for exemptions. After the evaluation, they will let you know how many subjects left you need to take.

Generally, you will enter into Year 2 of the related degree programme. For example, a diploma in business administration will enter into Year 2 of the degree programme or diploma in mass comm into Year 2 of the Mass Comm degree.

Students who are not sure of what to study after SPM can contact EduSpiral Consultant Services to help guide you to choose

the right course and university. There are many Pre-University or Diploma programmes that you can go for after SPM so it can be confusing for you to choose the right one.

Choosing the right university can be confusing and depends on a lot of factors like your budget, results, passion, skills and career goals.

It can be confusing to choose the right course after SPM. You should carefully think about what are the options available to you, look at your results, interests and budget.

Most great things begin with a plan. Your future career and studies should be no different. A plan will give you something to work towards. It’ll also help you make the most of the opportunities that come your way.

If you are not sure what to study, do ask a trained counselor and always make decisions based on evidence and facts. The decisions that you make now, can change your life forever.

Students interested on how to choose the best universities in Malaysia for the particular courses like the ones below can contact me for more information.

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Make the Right Choices After SPM

After taking these Klang students to tour 4 universities, they decided to join Reliance College because it best fit their needs

After taking these Klang students to tour 4 universities, they decided to join Reliance College because it best fit their needs

After SPM, it is normal to be confused about what you want to study. So, it is important to talk to counselors who are informed and experienced. There are some college who are still offering the diploma to be completed in 2.5 years.

This would be wasting your time, so you should ask the counselor to confirm. You should also visit a few colleges to see their facilities for comparison.

Some of the colleges charge RM30,000 for a business diploma but with terrible facilities or even is located in a shoplot! I know of 2 institutions with medium sized campuses where you can complete the 2-year diploma at a cost of only RM21,000.

This is great savings for the facilities that you get. It is value for money as when you graduate with a business diploma, your starting salary is about RM1500-1800, so for a RM21,000 diploma is pretty good investment. I know of an automotive college charging RM50,000 for their 2.5 year diploma and the starting salary for a mechanic is about RM1000-1800. Do you think that it is worth the investment?

Talk to the right people to help you choose the right course

When EduSpiral students tour the campus & see the environment for themselves, it helps them to decide whether the university fits them. Pic - Students touring the library at Heriot-Watt University Malaysia

When EduSpiral students tour the campus & see the environment for themselves, it helps them to decide whether the university fits them. Pic – Students touring the library at Heriot-Watt University Malaysia

Have you ever asked for directions to a place and your friend gave you the wrong information? It can be very frustrating and stressful. You would have wasted precious time. If you ask directions from someone who don’t know where the place is, they will give you the wrong directions.

Would you ask a doctor on how to repair your car? It does sound ridiculous but most of the time we do ask people who are not trained nor have the expertise for their advise on what to study.

I talked to this boy who was working at Parkson to save money so that he can continue his degree studies in Mass Communication.

He stopped after Year 1. He had graduated with a Diploma in IT and realised that he did not like IT. So, he had to begin all over again by taking the Foundation before going into the Degree in Mass Comm.

I guess he could have saved time if he had asked the right people to help him.

Some of these university counselors have little or no training in career counselling. They are trained in the products that the university is offering and on how to best “sell” them to you.

Their priority is not your future but to ensure they meet their sales targets. Therefore, you cannot believe everything they tell you. You need to check with the proper authorities and people with experience.

Always make your decisions based on facts and evidence. Do not decide based on your feelings or that your relatives say that it is good. Ask, “What are the reasons that it is a good course to study?”

There are basically 3 reasons in choosing a course to study in Malaysia

1. We have to choose a course that we like. If we study something that we do not like, then we will hate our working life for

EduSpiral has more than 10 years of experience in counseling students on choosing the right courses

EduSpiral has more than 10 years of experience in counseling students on choosing the right courses

the next 60 years. There must be interest as well as passion for the course of study.

2. We have to choose a career that we are actually good at. Just because you like something, doesn’t mean that you are good at it. For example, some people think that they can sing, but when they open their mouths to sing, people run away. Like the American Idol, we see that some people cannot sing but actually believe that they can.

3. We should choose a career that can give us a good salary. Unless you have rich parents or just want to work for charity, then you can ignore this. Most of us need money to survive in this world. We assist students with research on the top jobs in demand in Malaysia to best advise which one would be the best choice. Especially now for most Malaysians where the cost of living is so high, we need to get a career that can provide for us, our future family as well as to support our parents when they grow old.

Top Diploma courses offered by the best universities in Malaysia

The Best Diploma Programs Offered at Asia Pacific University

After I finished my SPM, I felt confused about my further study. Because of Eduspiral, I am able to pursue my studies at Asia Pacific University. Eduspiral, was so patient to answer all my questions and even brought me to visit the university when I went to KL alone. Jeremy Lee, APU scholarship student

After I finished my SPM, I felt confused about my further study. Because of Eduspiral, I am able to pursue my studies at Asia Pacific University. Eduspiral, was so patient to answer all my questions and even brought me to visit the university when I went to KL alone. Jeremy Lee, APU scholarship student

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The Best Diploma Programs Offered at HELP University

  • My friend introduced me to EduSpiral because for a long time after SPM I still did not know what and where to study. EduSpiral took time to explain the courses to me and even took me around the university for a tour. Yammie Chau, Diploma in Business at UCSI University

    My friend introduced me to EduSpiral because for a long time after SPM I still did not know what and where to study. EduSpiral took time to explain the courses to me and even took me around the university for a tour.
    Yammie Chau, Diploma in Business at UCSI University

Diploma programs from the best colleges in Malaysia

The Best Diploma Programs Offered at First City University College

The Best Diploma Programs Offered at HELP College of Arts and Technology (HELP CAT)

  • Diploma In Business
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  • Diploma in Business Information Systems
  • Diploma in Electronic Engineering
  • Diploma in Mechanical Engineering
  • Diploma in Culinary Arts
  • Diploma in Hotel Management

The Best Diploma Programs Offered at Reliance College Kuala Lumpur

The Best Diploma Programs Offered at KDU University College Penang

After counseling the student online, EduSpiral met the student & family at KDU College Penang to tour & finally register for the engineering course

After counseling the student online, EduSpiral met the student & family at KDU College Penang to tour & finally register for the engineering course

The Best Diploma Programs Offered at UCSI University Sarawak

 

What to Study After SPM?

Students who are not sure of what to study after SPM can contact EduSpiral Consultant Services to help guide you to choose the right course and university. There are many Pre-University or Diploma programmes that you can go for after SPM so it can be confusing for you to choose the right one.

Choosing the right university can be confusing and depends on a lot of factors like your budget, results, passion, skills and career goals.

Students interested on how to choose the best universities in Malaysia for the particular courses like the ones below can contact me for more information:

"EduSpiral gave me great advise online and I chose to study at KBU International College. I am very happy there." Grace Wong, Diploma in Interior Design

“EduSpiral gave me great advise online and I chose to study at KBU International College. I am very happy there.”
Grace Wong, Diploma in Interior Design

Engineering and Built Environment

Computing and IT

Applied and Health Sciences in Malaysia

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Design Courses in Malaysia

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Education and Music Courses in Malaysia

EduSpiral taking APU student, Vincent Chow, from Ipoh to tour APU accommodation at Vista Komanwel

EduSpiral taking APU student, Vincent Chow, from Ipoh to tour APU accommodation at Vista Komanwel

2015 Scholarships from top private universities in Malaysia

SPM 2014 students who have done well in the SPM can apply for the 2014 Scholarships. The following universities below have released the scholarships for 2015. For more information, please contact us:

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I am so glad that my mother found EduSpiral online. I used to be quiet and not able to communicate well in English. Now, I am more confident and speak a lot in English because of the great university environment. Zhi Kang, Business at Asia Pacific University

I am so glad that my mother found EduSpiral online. I used to be quiet and not able to communicate well in English. Now, I am more confident and speak a lot in English because of the great university environment.
Zhi Kang, Business at 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 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.

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Posted on April 13, 2012, in Business, Career Choices, Choosing the right course, Choosing the right university and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 120 Comments.

  1. What can I study with this results(SPM)

    BM~B
    BI~C
    SC~C
    Math~C
    Add Math~G
    Ekonomi Asas~C
    Prinsip Perakaunan~D
    Pendidikan Moral~C+
    SEJ~C+

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  2. Hi. I have a few questions here to ask..
    1. I’m interested in Business Management. May I know which college is more known and
    affordable for this particular course?
    2. My friend didn’t score well for her SPM. She only had 3Cs and she’s interested in Mass
    Communications and Public Relations. May I know which college accepts 3Cs and offers
    these courses?

    I’d appreciate it deeply if you can help me out with this =)

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    • KDU University College, UCSI University, Asia Pacific University and First City University College are good for business management. First City University College and KDU University College accepts students with SPM 3 credits into the Diploma in Mass Communication.

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  3. Do u you think business or mass communication is better?
    i heard that Business Law is really tough among the business course’s subject
    business or mass com has wider job prospect?

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  4. Hello 🙂 this is my spm result
    Bm: d
    Bi: b
    Moral: c
    Sej: e
    Mx: d
    Sc: c
    Geo: g
    Psv: d
    Pdg: g

    so basically i got 3 credits in bi, sc and moral, any tips on what course to choose?

    Fyi i’m from art stream

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  5. I got 3credits in bm ,sc,moral.so which course is suitable for me?

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  6. i got 5 credit and passes all subject pure science..
    what kinda course that suitable with me?

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  7. Hey actually I get 2 C and 2 D in my spm !!! So which programme I I can choose and how ?

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    • I just read the comments ! Just wanted to tell that I got C+ in science and C in Psv and D in maths and English ! So if I am interested in Fashion designing , law or IT !! WHAT AND HOW MANY CREDITS I NEED ??

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    • You can go for a Certificate Course for 1 year 4 months and then into the Diploma for 2 years. Certificate will cost about RM13,000 and the Diploma from RM20,000 to RM30,000. There is no loan.

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  8. my daughter had getting 4 credit (moral,tamil,sains,sejarah)and the remain getting pass mark , may I know future which course take for diploma.

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  9. Next year I’m gonna sit for spm….I’m interest in doing law…
    What subject I must get credits…then can I know more
    About law????

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  10. Jerome Andrew Walter

    I am intrested in engineering BUT my i have only 3 credit in SPM BM ENG Math….am i eligible to enroll at your uni.
    .
    .

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  11. Hi ..jz wanna enquire! I HV 3credits nw including science bt I wanna tk education and English language course..BT I don’t know in which college I vil b entitle to. Coz whether my result vil b fit for an admission. Pls help me tiz is d mental struggle daily I fight voz thinking n I’ve wasted a year..

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  12. i have 2 spm result slip, my previous spm result, i only get 3 credits but in pm, seni, and science..my second result, Bm(A) Bi(A-) Mathematics(C) and sejarah(B+)..now i have 7 credits if i mix it with my old spm result and my new spm result..english language is important for those who take engineering courses, am i right?

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  13. English language is also very important if have interests in engineering, am i right?

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  14. Does diploma also helps a person to find a job?

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  15. 3 credits in any subjects or what?

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  16. Should at least get how many credits? Ho

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  17. I’m interested in mechanical engineering, and what are the entry requirement? Which subject do i need to credits?

    Actually, i’m from sabah

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  18. How many O-level credits do i need for architecture?
    and if i have less than three, what can i do to get to degree?

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  19. Hi I got 4 credit passes in my O level, in DRAMA,HISTORY,LITERATURE and FIRST LANGUAGE ENGLISH , can I apply for a diploma in mass communication ?
    Another concerned question I have what is 3spm equivalent to O level ? most schools im looking up have that requirement beyond others .. thank you please respond

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  20. I get 3 credit in spm.. whch course I cn study

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  21. i get BM-D BI-C MORAL-C+ and SC-C+ what course can i choose?

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  22. Hi..I’ve got 3 credz for my spm..so I actually interested in doing education course..I wish 2 be a lecturer in future..so recently one of the inti counseller told me DAT I would nid 5 credz if I’m bout 2 take up DAT course..so recently I sat for DAT retake xm on June..4 another 2 credz more….otherwise I tot of taking up law course..can u tel me what kinda college I vil b entitle for.. BTW if I wanna b a lecturer what course shud I take and in wic college o uni

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  23. Hello I have 4credits o level geography, economic, history, french.am doing diploma in buisness administration.i nilai college.am looking for a path way program just for 10month and after transfer to uk or austrialia

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  24. Loo Khai Ming

    Hi, I get 4 Credit in ( BI ,Pendidikan Seni visual ,Science,and Moral)and pass in another 4 subject including BM,actually i hope to be a medical assistant. But i just have 4 credit. So what should i do now? which kolej would offer me medical assistant courses? can u recoment me?

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  25. My brother got 4 credits (Math, Science, BC, Seni) and passed his BM and English. He doesn’t want to take any accounting/more advanced math subjects, but interested to venture into business in the future. Any business course that doesn’t need much accounting/math? But he’s also looking at Mass Comm. TARC seems to need 5 credits. Anywhere good for Mass Comm/PR that doesn’t need 5 credits?

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  26. i got 3rcedits..so Can i do business management or human resources management? pls reply..thank you..

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  27. hi,i got 3credits in bi,moral and seni..i dont know what course to choose..can you help me?

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  28. i have 3 credits only ( bc, seni, sains). What course i can take ?

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  29. Hi, need your help here,

    I have passed my SPM with 3 credits (BI, Math and Science) but I failed my BM. I would like to further my study. What kind of course that I entitle for?

    Really looking forward to your reply.

    Thanks.

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  30. hi i have A’s in english and moral n c’s in my bm,bio,i pass my maths,chemis but failed my add maths! where can i do a levels!

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  31. i have 3 credits in ( bm,bi,moral) can i take diploma in information technology??? and will i get ptptn loan for tat??

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  32. If i gt 3credits in spm. Cn i do diploma in psychology??

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  33. Hai, ive got 3 credits for my SPM bi, moral, science and pass for my bm. Can I take up social science? Pls say yes! I wasted a year thinking that Methodist College is coming up with Social Studies. 😦

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  34. Hai, ive got 3 credits for my SPM bi, moral, science and pass for my bm. Can I take up social science? Pls say yes-

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    • I am not sure what you mean by social science. Social Science is not a course, it is the general description or term where courses such as Psychology, Mass Comm, Anthropology, Sociology, etc are parked under. With 3 credits in SPM, you can go for a Diploma in Mass Comm. You may email me at info@eduspiral.com.my with your course of interest, full name and number. Cheers!

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  35. If I only got 3 credits (BI,Science & Moral), What kind of course should I prefer.Now I’m don’t know what should I do after graduated.

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  36. can i take diploma in civil engineering with juz 4 spm credit..my spm credit is Math,moral,Bi n Bm..pleaz tell me..i really wnt to take civil..help me out..

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  37. i have 3 credit only ,moral,bc n bi .what can i take ?

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    • Hi, if you passed your BM, you can consider Diploma in Mass Comm, Business Admin or Design. From your results, I would suggest you consider Mass Comm or Design but it depends on your interest. Please email me at info@eduspiral.com.my and tell me a bit about yourself and your hobbies. Please provide your full name and handphone number also. Thanks.

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  38. next year i going 2 sit for spm so i would do foundation in managment about human resource managment…so what result i must take to study about that in spm…and what subject i must get credits…

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  39. puvanaais rajendran

    This year im sitting for SPM.Im interest in doing physiotherapy.but i dnt knw wat i should get to do physiotherapy?Can u help me because if i got the right information so i will try my very best to do my SPM exam and i can achieve my dream…Please help me…im blur here.

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  40. Hi…I got 3 credit’s for my spm.can I do foundation??

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  41. Can i do other course with 3 credits ?

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  42. I got 3 credits in spm , but i interested to do ciriminal law .
    what i should do after this ?

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  43. i got 3 credits in spm and i wasted a lot of time but i’m interested in doing law…??

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  44. I got 3 credit what would I study

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  45. Hi Friends..i have 5 credit in my SPM include math..im looking for good future but i dont knw what to do next and i wasted 2 years in thinking.i m realy worrying every day about my future. Feel wane study and i dun knw which field can make fantastic future. Im interesting in IT ENGINEERING,BUSINESS FIELD and CINE FIELD.But i dont knw which is good and where to study. One of my relative,she is my enemy studied IT DEGREE.she earning 12k per month in industrial are and she is realy action. Frenz i need your help about what i should do next. Tq.

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    • Since you do not know what to study yet, you can join the Foundation course first. During this one year, you can talk to the lecturers to find out more and then you can decide what to study for your degree. Please email me at info@eduspiral.com.my with your full name and mobile number for more details.

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      • Tq very much for ur suggestion but im not interested in foundation studies.Im already 21 years old.My family looking at me about good carrier.
        So,as fast as posible i need to finish my diploma n degree.
        I’m interested in Business n IT field but i dun knw wich iz demandable.Dear gren i need your help.. I mentally disterbed with this matter for last 6 months n until nw.

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      • Both courses are in demand but business will always have jobs available. You can go for the Diploma in Business for 2 years and then enter the degree in Year 2. Please email me at info@eduspiral.com.my with your full name and mobile number. I will email you the brochures and fees.

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  46. Where can I apply a cheap Diploma in Psychology? I only got 4 SPM credits but only pass in Math n Science subjects.

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  47. I got 4 credits but I only get a pass in Math which is a requirement in any courses. Where should I apply Psychology course?

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  48. does anybody know must have how many credit only can apply for architecture diploma?
    thanks

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  49. probably can’t..because mostly college diploma course for science course must at least have 5 credit to apply ..but you can try your luck and ask for the college counsellor for detail information…

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  50. i have 4 credits includes Maths…can i apply diploma in civil engineering? Which college should i go??

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