What questions to ask the counselors at the college or university during their Open Days
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Choosing a college or university can be confusing and even stressful with so many out there. There are about 500 private colleges
and universities out there and it is important to choose the right one.Therefore, after selecting the ones that you are most interested in, to visit their campus Open Day. While you are there, make sure you take a campus tour and look at the facilities, talk to their lecturers and current students, and also see if the “culture” of the college fits your personality.
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For example, some people may prefer a small college to a large university, some may like a campus with sports facilities, some with lifestyle facilities, etc. I once made the mistake of joining a college that consisted of students who spoke mostly Mandarin, it was tough as I am a banana (dunno Mandarin), so please do your research….
- Is the course accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA)?
What are the qualifications of your lecturers? What is their experience?
What are the facilities?
- What are the equipment relevant to my course?
How much are the tuition fees? Do they include the other fees such as exam, facilities, extra-curricular, etc?
Can I apply for the PTPTN loan? How much can I apply for?
Are hostels provided? How much? What are the facilities?
Do you assist with off-campus accommodation?
When is the next intake?
What is unique about the course you are offering?
What are the job prospects for this course? Do you assist with job placements after graduation?
How many students do you have taking this course? Will you open the class if there is not enough students?
- What are the subjects that are offered in this course?
How many have graduated from the course?
What is the starting salary?
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