UCSI University offers foundation programmes in arts and sciences

UCSI University offers foundation programmes in arts and sciences
KUCHING: Foundation programmes are pathways for school leavers to qualify themselves to degree programmes.
Many private higher educational institutions in Malaysia have foundation programmes in science and art based subjects and that includes UCSI University.
The programmes would lead students to over 100 programmes in UCSI University campuses of Kuala Lumpur, Sarawak and Kuala Terengganu.
According to its press statement on Thursday, other than the ordinary business programmes that most Foundation in Arts programmes lead to, students can also choose to continue their studies in Architecture, Actuarial Sciences, Logistics Management, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Oil and Gas Management, Mass Communication, Psychology, and Language programmes.
UCSI’s architecture programmes are accredited by Council of Architectural Education Malaysia which enables student graduates to eventually qualify as Professional Architects.
The Faculty of Business and Information Science is recognised by various professional bodies including the Society of Actuaries (SoA). It is a member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, Chartered Institute of Logistic and Transport (CILT), and AACSB International – the Association to advance Collegiate Schools.
Minimum requirement to enrol for UCSI’s Foundation Studies is five credits in SPM.
The university is giving out over RM18 million worth of scholarships and bursaries as rewards for students who excel in their examinations. Scholarships available at UCSI University are Tan Sri Ahmad Razali (TSAR) Merit Scholarship, UCSI University Trust Scholarship, and UCSI University Trust Sport Bursary.
September intake is now in progress. For enquiries, call +6082 – 455 255 or logon to www.ucsiuniversity.edu.my.
Read more: http://www.theborneopost.com/2015/07/04/ucsi-university-offers-foundation-programmes-in-arts-and-sciences/#ixzz43nq1nLDY
 
 
 

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