Education Pathway after SPM or UEC


What to study after SPM?

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I was confused about what to study and talking to EduSpiral helped me a lot. Coming from Sarawak made it difficult for me to know which university was best in Malaysia & EduSpiral provided good insights. Eric Lu, Business at KDU University College

I was confused about what to study and talking to EduSpiral helped me a lot. Coming from Sarawak made it difficult for me to know which university was best in Malaysia & EduSpiral provided good insights.
Eric Lu, Business at KDU University College

After SPM or UEC, there are many different pathways for you to choose from and sometimes it can be confusing. The best thing to do is to ask questions.

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.

Choosing a course to study after SPM is not a science, it is a process in finding out who you are and what you are good at. Some people find out faster while others take more time.

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.

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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.

You can contact us for a free career test to help you understand yourself better so that you are able to make the right decision.

There are basically 2 pathways after SPM. You can either go for a Diploma course or Pre-University Course in Malaysia. “Pre” means before, therefore, “Pre-University” means the course that you take before entering into a university degree programme. The common courses under Pre-University are STPM, A-Levels, Foundation, AUSMAT, etc.

 

How to choose the right course to study after SPM?

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I talked to EduSpiral on Facebook to find out which is the best place to study A-Levels to help me achieve my goals. I am glad I did.
Gan Wei Cheng, 3A* in A-Levels at KDU College Penang and now JPA Scholarship at U. of Sydney for Pharmacy

Choosing the right course to study in Malaysia after high school is one of the most important decisions you can make in your life. This can be a confusing and difficult time if you are unprepared.

With the wide variety of courses available to a student, the time after UEC, SPM or STPM can be a confusing one if not guided properly by an experienced and knowledgeable education counselor.

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.

At EduSpiral Consultant Services, we have counseled and helped thousands of students to choose the right course and private university to study in Malaysia. Based on our experience we have come up with three simple steps that I will call the GEM method which will help you in your decision-making.

  1. Gather Information.
  2. Evaluate the Information.
  3. Make a Decision.

1.   Gather Information – Gather information relevant and related to your course & career of interest

A.    Gather all relevant information on the courses that interest you. Make a list of your interests,

EduSpiral took us to tour the campus and helped us to make a good decision after our A-Levels. Jolene & Aaron, MA Business & Finance at Heriot-Watt University Malaysia

EduSpiral took us to tour the campus and helped us to make a good decision after our A-Levels.
Jolene & Aaron, MA Business & Finance at Heriot-Watt University Malaysia

likes, strengths, hobbies and talents. Also ask your family members and friends to tell you what you are good at.

Make a simple list of your interests, your hobbies and what you are actually good at. Don’t put down things that you are interested to do but write down things that you know that you are good at. For example, you are good in debates, sports, mathematics, fixing cars, and others.

Your interests should be realistic and related to your strengths and what you are good at. For example, if you are interested in becoming an engineer but your results in Mathematics and Physics are consistently low, you may want to reconsider your choice or if you want to be a musician but cannot play any instrument, it would be an unwise move to choose music as your career pathway.

B.    Show your family members and friends the list and ask them whether you are actually good at the things you have listed.

Have your friends go through the list and give comments on how good you are at your interests, hobbies and talents. Your parents and trusted friends may give you a different perspective on what you are good at. This is valuable insight that will help you in your decision-making.

C.    Talk to your parents, uncles, aunts, cousins and older siblings who are knowledgeable 

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

Your parents and older siblings may have good insights into your abilities and offer good suggestions. Ask them what talents they think you have and maybe what career options would be good for you.

Know yourself. Your SPM results is a guide of what you are good at. If you do well in Sejarah, BM and English, you can consider Marketing, Mass Comm, or Business. If you are good in Modern Maths, you can consider Business Admin, Finance or Accounting. For Add Maths & Physics, engineering, software engineering, IT, or programming.

So, choose according to what you are good at, not what you think you are good at. If you are still not sure, talk to your parents,

friends, school counselor or professionals in your field of interest to find out more.

Remember some relatives just simply share information that is not supported by facts or evidence. When asking for opinions, ask from people who are knowledgeable and experienced. Would you ask a doctor how to repair your car? If not, then do not simply listen to hearsay and gossip.

D.    Talk to your career guidance counsellor at school.

Your guidance counsellor or Guru Kaunselor from the Unit Bimbingan Kaunseling may have materials and tests that will guide you in choosing a career. Their advice may be useful in finding out the job prospects of a certain career.

E.    Talk to professionals in the field of interest.

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

Talk to professionals in the fields that you are interested in to find out what they do. Ask them what they do in their jobs, what they like about it, what are its future prospects, what type of talents are required for the work, and other relevant questions.

Visit their place of work if possible to gain a ‘feel’ for their type of work. Talking to the professionals will help you gain a wider perspective and insight into the type of work. They will be able share with you inside information on the work.

F.     Attend education fairs 

Go for education fairs and talk to the lecturers and counselors but do not register to quickly. Listen to their advise and take the information and then talk to your parents. Remember that the colleges and universities want your money for their “business” so they will want you to register quickly.

Take time to think carefully and do not be taken in by the sales gimmicks of getting a car or iPad or discount if you register on the spot.

Talk to the various counsellors at the booths to find out more information about the individual careers. Ask about tuition costs,

short description of the career, job prospects, facilities offered in the college, and others.

Check with them to see if the course is accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA), if you can apply for the PTPTN loan and how much you can apply for, how long is the course, etc.

G.    Use the Internet 

Google the Internet to find the information that you need. Use these resources available to you to find out more information about the careers that you are interested in.

2.     Evaluate the information.

Not satisfied after completing our diploma at Inti & EduSpiral helped us with the credit transfer. He arranged for us to talk to lecturers & staff at APU to guide us on which IT course to study. Chin Mun & Li Ching, Business Computing at Asia Pacific University

Not satisfied after completing our diploma at Inti & EduSpiral helped us with the credit transfer. He arranged for us to talk to lecturers & staff at APU to guide us on which IT course to study.
Chin Mun & Li Ching, Business Computing at Asia Pacific University

After you have gathered all the necessary information then you need to weigh your options.

Go through all the information and choose the careers that you would like to take up and take out those that you don’t like.

Make a pros and cons list for each career that you like. From the information evaluate the points carefully on its workability, your financial viability, future prospects, your interests and results.

You can make a ranking of the top choices down to the least favourable choices.

The entry requirements for the courses and the budget for your studies will also assist in making your decision.

Should you be interested in medicine but is not from the Science stream or have at least 5Bs in the SPM, then it is not possible to study medicine.

Or if you want to study medicine but do not have at least RM300,000 for the fees, then it is no point to choose this course unless you score very high and is able to get a scholarship to study in private or you take the STPM to enter into Public University.

3.     Make the decision

I didn't know which university to study. I talked to EduSpiral and after touring the universities, I was able to make a good decision. Jack Wat, Business at HELP University

I didn’t know which university to study. I talked to EduSpiral and after touring the universities, I was able to make a good decision.
Jack Wat, Business at HELP University

After evaluating all the information that you have, now you are ready to make a decision. Decide on maybe four career choices. For example, you may want to put your first career choice as Medicine, second in Pharmacy, third in Food Science and fourth in Nutrition. When one does not work out because of grades, finances or interest then you have a back up choice.

Remember two things: It is okay to change career options during your time of study, however, you need to make informed and educated choices. Secondly, the career that you choose should meet your needs and fit your beliefs and character. You must be happy with the choice and one where it would fit your desired financial status.

  • List your strengths, what you are good at, your favourite subjects, the subjects that you do well in, etc.
  • List your weaknesses, what you are not good at, what you don’t like, the subjects that you suck at, etc.
  • List down your hobbies, interests, likes and dislikes, your personality, etc.
  • Discuss the list with your parents, teachers, counselors, or friends
  • Search the Internet for descriptions of careers and courses
  • Does the course you have chose interest you, how much is the starting salary? What does the work involve?

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Diploma Course in Malaysia

"I met EduSpiral at their Education Fair in Ipoh. I don't come from a rich family but I very much wanted to go to KL to study. EduSpiral recommended KBU to me and my parents. We found that KBU is excellent for design and the fees are very affordable as well. Eric Lau from ACS Ipoh graduated from Diploma in Interactive Design at KBU International College

“I met EduSpiral at their Education Fair in Ipoh. I don’t come from a rich family but I very much wanted to go to KL to study. EduSpiral recommended KBU to me and my parents. We found that KBU is excellent for design and the fees are very affordable as well.
Eric Lau from ACS Ipoh graduated from Diploma in Interactive Design at KBU International College

With 3 credits, you can join most diploma courses. Nowadays, you can finish a diploma in 2 years, it used to be 2.5 years. Therefore, now you will complete a degree in 4 years after the diploma which is the same duration if you go for Foundation.

To join a diploma programme, you will need at least 3 credits in your SPM or 3 Bs in UEC. You must have a Pass in BM and Sejarah. The credits of the subjects will depend on what course you take. For example, Maths will be a required credit for IT and Engineering.

The Diploma pathway is a good choice if you do not have enough money, you can at least graduate with a diploma as it is cheaper and a shorter duration. After working a few years to save money, you can continue to complete your degree. If you find it difficult to study and yet would like a certificate, maybe you should study a diploma as takes less time to complete. A degree may be too difficult and is longer hence you may not have the motivation to finish it.

Diploma programmes in Malaysia tend to be more practical oriented while degree programmes are more theoretical. Foundation programmes are more academic. If you are sure of what you want to study, then you can go for the Diploma course. Students after SPM who are not sure what to study should go for the Foundation or Pre-University Programme. You have 1 year in the Foundation or Pre-U in Malaysia to really decide what to study for your degree.

You can apply for the PTPN Loan for the Diploma course while there is no PTPN loan for Foundation or Pre-University courses.

After the Diploma course, you can continue on to a degree and generally enter into the 2nd Year for another 2 years of study. If you enter engineering, it could be another 2 or 3 years depending on which course.

It depends on the exemptions from the particular institution. Generally you will enter into Year 2 of the similar programme at the same university but if you choose to transfer to another university, you may not get enough exemptions and may only enter into the Final semester of Year 1.

Pre-University or Foundation Programmes in Malaysia

EduSpiral has given me great advise to choose the right course. Jun Sern, KDU University College

EduSpiral has given me great advise to choose the right course.
Jun Sern, KDU University College

You will need at least 5 Relevant SPM credits to enter into a Pre-University programme or Foundation Course in Malaysia

It is important to find out what you would like to study after SPM instead of blindly following your friends or just assuming that some said that the A-Levels is good, and so you chose it without finding out more.

I don’t have anything against the A-Levels, but my humble opinion is that it is a great programme and is quite challenging. Students should choose the A-Level programme if they want to study Law, Medicine or Pharmacy.

Keep in mind that the A-Levels is quite challenging, is in English and takes up 1.5 years. If you do not make it, you may have wasted a lot of time. If you know what you would like to study, you should just take up the college’s Pre-U/Foundation programme or an internationally recognised Pre-U programme such as the SAM, CPU, AUSMAT, UNSW, etc. They generally take 8-12 months to complete, so you could save on time. Note that if you want to pursue Medicine, some of the Pre-U programmes are not accepted.

The Pre-U programmes in Malaysia vary in time and course content. Some emphasise on course work, others exam oriented so choose one that fits your character.

Many private higher educational institutions, have developed their own internal university foundation programmes. These courses are accredited by the Malaysia Qualification Agency (MQA) and recognised by the respective foreign partner universities and also accepted by many other overseas universities as an equivalent to pre-university qualification in their respective home countries.

Unlike the external qualifications which focus on more general Science and Art-based subjects, the internal qualifications provide specialisation in precise areas of study such as the fields of business, computer & IT, and engineering, and hence, cater to the specific needs of different students.

Students who know what they want to study can just go for the Foundation at the university offering the degree of interest. It is cheaper, easier and a faster way to continue to completing the degree.

What about studying STPM?

Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) is Malaysia’s version of the UK’s GCE A-Levels and is a Pre-University

After STPM I was searching for the right university to accept my results to pursue my dream but couldn't find until EduSpiral helped me. Jia Loon, Biotechnology at UCSI University

After STPM I was searching for the right university to accept my results to pursue my dream but couldn’t find until EduSpiral helped me.
Jia Loon, Biotechnology at UCSI University

course recognised for entry into public universities in Malaysia. The STPM is also accepted for entry into private universities in Malaysia and overseas universities.

The STPM is acknowledged as one of the toughest exams.

STPM is very tough and takes 2 years to finish. If you do not do well in STPM, you would have wasted the time which is also money. If you had graduated faster, you would have started work earlier and start earning money and gain experience valuable for your resume.

STPM will take about 2 years, more time than that if you calculate the time after your SPM until you enter into Public University. The time you take for STPM, you would have completed the diploma.

There were 58,355 students who took STPM in 2013 and in 2014 it dropped to 48,615 students. It is a drop of 16.69% (9,740 candidates)

48,615 candidates registered for the STPM examinations in 2014 but only 42,854 sat for it. Only 390 out of 48,615 STPM 2014 obtained a 4.0 CGPA. 57 candidates failed the exam.

The national CGPA was 2.62 but for non-bumis to get their courses of choice, you will need higher CGPA. Ten students scored 5As, and a total of 398 students scored 4As. To obtain scholarships from private universities or overseas, you need to score 4As or 5As, so based on this, you can calculate the chances of you scoring in the STPM and obtaining a scholarship.

27,342 (63.80%), passed in four subjects, 7,130 in three subjects, 3,563 in two subjects and 2,410 passed just one subject. Pass here includes D and E. You need at least 2 Cs to join a degree course in private universities.

The number of candidates achieving 4 Principals (C) in STPM 2014 is 60.14 per cent. You need at least 2 Principals to join a degree course in private universities.

Still not sure what to study after SPM?

After explaining in detail, EduSpiral took me & my parents to tour the campus & helped with the scholarship application. Darren Fong, Engineering at Asia Pacific University

After explaining in detail, EduSpiral took me & my parents to tour the campus & helped with the scholarship application.
Darren Fong, Engineering at Asia Pacific University

If you are not sure of what you want to study, then you can join the Pre-U or Foundation course. After that, you will continue on to the degree programme for another 3-4 years depending on the course. You do not have to choose what to study yet during foundation as it is general.

The only choice is either Foundation in Arts or Foundation in Science. Note that if you take Foundation in Science, you can change to arts courses for your degree but if you take Foundation in Arts, you can’t change to science-based courses.

It is important to talk to the right people to give you proper advise.

Just like you won’t ask a Doctor how to repair your car or a mechanic about your health, you should ask someone who has the necessary experience with in depth knowledge of the hundreds of courses and universities out there.

The choice that you make now can change your life forever, so you should talk to the right people and make the right choices.

Helping Students in Malaysia to Choose the Best Course that Fits Them

After starting class at college, I was still confused if the course suited me. I took a bus from Seremban to meet up with EduSpiral for counseling. I have a clearer picture of what to do now. Kuang Joe, Diploma in Mechanical Engineering at HELP College of Arts & Technology

After starting class at college, I was still confused if the course suited me. I took a bus from Seremban to meet up with EduSpiral for counseling. I have a clearer picture of what to do now.
Kuang Joe, Diploma in Mechanical Engineering at HELP College of Arts & Technology

Having worked in the private education industry for more than 15 years, I have counseled thousands of Malaysians students in finding the right course that fits their personality, academic ability, budget and career choice so that they have a successful future.

I have worked in the private education industry in marketing and communications therefore I have garnered knowledge and experience about the many courses and private colleges out there. Having conducted market research, this helps in being able to identify the right college that would fit the student. My work experience includes Monash University, UCSI University, SEGi and a few other education institutions.

Why am I telling you this? Well, it is important that when you ask for help, you ask the right people. You won’t ask a Doctor on how to repair your car right? Therefore, in making this life changing decision, it is important to ask experienced and knowledgeable people who are interested in your future.

I enjoy helping students find their right place at the college of choice.  I love helping students and their families navigate the college and career search process. With thousands of career options and about 500 private colleges & universities out there, it can be a confusing and stressful process.

There are so many different steps involved in applying to college, and I hope to provide clear direction and simplify the process.

EduSpiral gets to know who you are so we can advise you how to choose the best course that fits you

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

  • We review the student’s high school profile, all high school transcripts, projected courses, extracurricular activities, awards, hobbies, interests and outstanding talents.
  • Then we discuss the factors that are most important to the student in identifying appropriate colleges & universities that would fit you
  • We assist to develop priorities for college selection, including courses of study, location, size, extracurricular opportunities, and many other factors
  • Ensure that the student’s interests and achievements are carefully matched with appropriate colleges and universities in Malaysia

Grading Systems for SPM, UEC, O-Levels, STPM and A-Levels

SPM UEC O-Levels STPM A-Levels
A+ A1 A A A
A A2 B A- B
A- B3 C B+ C
B+ B4 D B D
B B5 E B- E
C+ B6 U – Ungraded C+ F
C C7 C
D C8 C-
E D+
G D

What to Study After SPM?

My dream is to study film but there are few colleges offering this course and those that do are expensive. After talking to EduSpiral, he helped me to find the right college to achieve my dreams. Khar Heng, Film Studies at Point College

My dream is to study film but there are few colleges offering this course and those that do are expensive. After talking to EduSpiral, he helped me to find the right college to achieve my dreams.
Khar Heng, Film Studies at Point College

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:

Pre-University Programmes in Malaysia

Engineering and Built Environment Courses in Malaysia

Computing and Information Technology Courses in Malaysia

I was confused about what to study and talking to EduSpiral gave me a sense of direction. Hoh Ching, Diploma in Creative Media at KDU University College Penang

I was confused about what to study and talking to EduSpiral gave me a sense of direction.
Hoh Ching, Diploma in Creative Media at KDU University College Penang

Applied and Health Sciences in Malaysia

Business Courses in Malaysia

Social Science Courses in Malaysia

Design Courses in Malaysia

Hospitality and Culinary Arts Courses in Malaysia

Education and Music Courses in Malaysia

Study at the Best Private Universities and Colleges in Malaysia & Singapore

Singapore

  1. MDIS College
  2. PSB Academy

Malaysia

  1. Heriot-Watt University Malaysia
  2. Curtin University, Sarawak campus
  3. Asia Pacific University (APU) 
  4. APIIT
  5. UCSI University
  6. UCSI University Sarawak Campus
  7. HELP University
  8. HELP Academy
  9. HELP College of Arts & Technology
  10. KDU University College Utropolis Glenmarie
  11. KDU College Damansara Jaya
  12. KDU University College Penang
  13. First City University College (Formerly known as KBU International College)
  14. Reliance College Kuala Lumpur
  15. YTL International College of Hotel Management
  16. Point College
  17. Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA)
  18. Nilai University

Top Scholarships Available from Top Private Universities in Malaysia

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 & Singapore.

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.

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  1. Hi,
    Im here to seek advise.
    I went to UK and further my study in architecture for 3 years. I just graduated, but i do not think this career path suits me and the result was just a pass so i would like to know is there any way for me to apply to local university for other major?
    I took A-level 2011-2012 (Maths, Psychology & Physic).

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  2. Maths A
    and can i enter I.T.for diploma then enter computer Science for degree level without taking Add Maths

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  3. Hi there, so here’s my results…

    BM: A-
    BI: A+
    MM: A
    SEJ: A-
    GEO: B
    PI: B
    CHEM: C
    PHY: C+
    ADD MATHS: D

    Obviously, i’m not too keen to continue my studies in the field of science. My passion has always been writing. (Novels, scripts for plays, etc). I had my plan to go on and study for mass communications and/or psychology (What my dad wants from me). But til now, i’m still kinda lost on what i really need to do, Some of my friends and family says that I should continue to study in foundations, and some say I should continue for STPM…could you help me in anyway?
    Thank You In Advance (^_^)

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  4. I am a science stream student and I get 3 credits in my UEC, am I possible to study in degree? If I am going to turn art, will the entry requirement for degree be different? Thank you.

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  5. My passion is on veterinary course. I expect my spm result would be okay. What is the right pathway for me now ? My spm result maybe will be let out on march next year. What should i do ? Tq

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  6. Hi there. So here’s my result
    BM A
    BI A
    PI A
    SEJ A+
    MATHS A
    ADDMATHS B
    PHYSICS B
    CHEM C+
    BIO A-

    And my passion is in engineering. more precisely, engineering in aeronautics, aerospace and astronautics… but these courses are scarce in Malaysia. can you help me?
    money matters is 50/50 on this one. I’m betting my dad won’t spend more than the price of a Honda for my full studies. Also my english is not tooo bad+ I prefer to study in english too.

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  7. Good Afternoon ,I got 3 credit in my spm so which course is suitable for me?Thank You.

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  8. Chiew Pang Yee

    I more interesting to computer courses, what can I apply according my SPM result and what is the fee, My SPM results is:

    Science = A
    Mathematics = A-
    Malay= A-
    Moral = A-
    History = A-
    Business = A-
    Basic Economic = B+
    Chinese = C+
    English = C

    Thank You.

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  9. Hi, I’m interested to become a Vet. In Malaysia, there are only two universities that provide DVM programme. I am concern that I cannot get into the course which I want since both of the uni are local university. I am thinking to study oversea.
    Currently I am studying Diploma in Fishery in UPM, can I use this Diploma to apply for overseas Veterinary programme? Thanks

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  10. Hi,I would like to study MBBS(medicine) in the future.Any sugguestion for me? What programe is better for me? (Have any Diploma for medicine?) or A-Levels as I am a UEC student.I am having B4 and above in English,Addmaths 1,Addmaths2,Physics.B5 in chemistry and B6 in Biology .While I am not consider any more about FIS. May I study Bachelor of Nursing after that transfer to become a MBBS student?Thanks for your reply 🙂

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  11. I would like to apply to private universities using my SPM trial result. Can I have list of private universities like Universiti Teknologi Petronas which accept student who apply using SPM trial result?

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  12. I’m interested in culinary arts and event management . I should take pre-U or diploma in mass communication / hospitality ??? I can get scholarship or PTPTN loan when I study in college ?

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    • If you know which course to take, then go for diploma. If not sure which one yet, then go for the Foundation. I don’t know if you qualify for scholarship or not since you haven’t told me your results. You can get PTPN Loan up to RM8,000 a year for the Diploma course.

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  13. hye , i would like to ask for opinion whether should i take A level or foundation in science if i want to be a pharmacist?

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  14. THASVYNY A/P KUMAR

    my spm result
    BM ,B+
    BI, C
    MATHS, A
    SN, A-
    SEJARAH, D
    PRINSIP AKAUN, A
    EKONOMI ASAS, D
    ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS, B
    PENDIDIKAN MORAL, C+

    BUT I DO NOT WHAT I WANT TO STUDY
    PLEASE GIVE ME CHOICES

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  15. Leong Fang Yin

    I had submited the form to Eduspiral. When will Eduspiral contact me and when should i sent my documentary(cert,results,…..) to Eduspiral ?

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  16. Hi,i still wait my spm result and i interested in math and science subject. May i have any suggestion what course can I take after result come out???

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  17. Did I have chance to be a dentry if my result spm 2013 just got 1A or 2A or 3A or 4A or 5A or 6A ?????

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  18. I want to be a dentry…
    My trial was not good..
    BM- A , Bi- C+ , Math- B+ , Sej- A , A.Islam- C+ , Phy- C+ , Bio- B+ , Chem- D , AddMath- G
    😦
    Now My result will coming soon…
    What steps to go for dentry ???

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  19. Do you have any personality test? It is because I still don’t know my pathway to study in University. I have done my SPM last year and now I’m waiting for my result.

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  20. if take certificate in bussiness then go diploma but I interest in finance in banking any institut offer??

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  21. Thks for your info. Anyway what do you think about AUSMAT (Australia Matrikulation). I was was told it is recognized worldwide. What do you think if I take up AUSMAT and then further study to US in future. Will this be a better stepping stone for me to realize my US dream. Which college do you recommend for AUSMAT? I am looking forward to get scholarship for my future studies from local or oversea universities.

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    • Like I said, to enter into the USA degree, you need to go for the American Degree Program, 2 years in Malaysia and then 2 years in the USA. AUSMAT is difficult to transfer into USA universities as it is different system. Scholarships available for studies in Malaysia, for USA it will depend.

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  22. Hi, I scored 6A+ & 2A- in my trial exam. I have American dream. I want to study IT or any related computer course inUSA in future. What shall I do now after SPM. Should I take A-level or CPU or …? I would like to find out what is the best pathway. CAn I get scholarship to fund my course in USA ?

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    • To go to the USA, you should go for the American Degree Program (ADP). KDU University College is the pioneer of this course with over 400 partner universities for you to transfer to in the USA. You can get some scholarship at KDU with your results. For scholarships in the USA, you may get some partial scholarships but full scholarship is generally not possible. If you are interested in KDU, please email me at info@eduspiral.com.my with your full name and mobile number.

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  23. Hi there, is Sunway College a good one for Diploma in Performing Arts?

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    • Only Sunway University offer this course. The other university you can consider is KDU University College for the Diploma in Entertainment Arts where you can enter into Year 2 of the degree in Mass Comm. At least you can work in Public Relations or Mass Comm area if you can’t find a job in performing. If you are interested, you can email at info@eduspiral.com.my with your full name and mobile number. Cheers!

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  24. Can i ask 2012 i have 1 c at sc
    then i retake 3 sub spm and i not sure for my result and wait for march
    any suggestion im interest in hotel management , bussiness or finance in banking

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    • You can retake and the results will be out in November 2014. If you passed your BM, you can go for the Certificate in Business for 1 year 4 months and then into the Diploma in Hotel Management or Business for 2 years. There will be no loan for the Certificate or Diploma. If you are interested, you can email at info@eduspiral.com.my with your full name and mobile number. Cheers!

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  25. I have 1 credit in sc what to do??

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  26. i am interested in buisness, any advice or suggestion?

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    • Business is a good choice. There are many types of business courses so you will need to choose which one wisely. You can email me at info@eduspiral.com.my with your full name and number to discuss which one suits you. To succeed in business, other than knowledge and skills in business, you need to have good communication skills and command of the English language. The university that you choose should have an English-speaking environment.

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  27. Can I apply for A level / foundation in law using my trial result?
    BM – A
    BI – A
    History – A
    P. Agama Islam – A
    Modern math – C+
    Bio – C+
    Physic – D
    Addmath – E
    Chemistry – G

    I was also a debater in school, does dat give me any speciality?

    Plus, if I do foundation then can I pursue my studies in the UK?

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  28. how do we apply on the foundation?

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  29. Hi! I would like to know, what courses, colleges and universities can i go into with my spm results at a …. I didn’t get into form 6, public universities and I had reject going into matriculation. I would like to know your honest opinion… and could you please recommend to me good colleges with a slightly low fee? Thanks in advance…

    BM – A
    BI – A
    biology – A
    Maths- A
    add maths – B+
    History – A
    Moral – A
    chemistry – B
    Physics – B

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  30. Hi! I would like to know, what courses, colleges and universities can i go into with my spm results at a …. I didn’t get into form 6, public universities and I had reject going into matriculation. I would like to know your honest opinion… and could you please recommend to me good colleges with a slightly low fee? Thanks in advance…

    BM – A
    BI – A
    Science – A
    Economic – B+
    History – B+
    Islamic studies & Maths – B
    Accounting – D
    Additional Maths – E

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  31. hi , i wanna ask if my results for spm is like
    bm c+
    english A
    bio C
    CHEMISTRY C
    math A
    additional math C

    can i go straight for diploma in pharmacy ?

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  32. Thanks you

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  33. should i go for form 6 and have uec examination or after spm go to college?

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  34. As my result is :
    Eng – A
    BC – C+
    BM – C-
    Moral – C
    Account – B-
    Maths – B
    Add maths – B+
    chemistry – C
    physisc – C+
    sejarah D

    Can i still ?

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  35. If i wan to study IT , software engineering , hardware engineering , programmer . I need how many credits .And at UK which school is good for me for studying those ?

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    • You need 3 credits for Diploma and 5 credits for Foundation or A-Levels. Your question is too general, you should let me know your budget and your results and then we shall see which university fits you. If you ask like that, then I would say Oxford or Cambridge but then it depends on whether you can enter or not. What’s your results?

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  36. Hello…can i ask about if i wan to go to UK for study computer ,do i wan to take UEC or A-level?

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  37. hello… i only have D in maths but got 7 credits ,,
    can i continue my STPM?

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  38. Hi there !
    i have question to ask about
    if i just get 2c in spm and 1c in UEC
    will be better i retake spm or just take certtificate
    **i’m interest in course that i can handwork something like ENGINEERING
    any suggest ??
    thanks !

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  39. I got 5 fails in trials SPM ,
    But Im in science stream.
    Waiting for result now…which path do suits me ?!

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  40. Is that possible for me to study degree at private universty after completing my matriculation?

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  41. Foundation no need to take BM right?BM is compulsory for those studying matriculation and STPM?Frankly, i really dont like BM.

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  42. hello, i wanna ask besides a-level, foundation, matriculation, what are the other path that might be applied with excellent SPM result??

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  43. I want to be a accountant !
    So, nex yer i wil be a spm holder !
    after spm should i have to take form 6 o better take foundation !

    i want to knoe about it !

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