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Foundation in Science

Choosing the right career at a tender age of 16 or 17 can be a daunting task. Many students are left with the difficult task of making that choice without being sufficiently equipped with the necessary details to make an informed choice.

Bearing that in mind, the Foundation Program is designed to cater for the needs of the students taking into account the following considerations:

  • To provide good quality Pre-University education that prepares the students to meet the demands of undergraduate study
  • To incorporate a certain degree of flexibility where students can make their choice of selecting a discipline at a later stage rather than at the beginning of the course
  • Subjects such as Study Skills and Critical Thinking Skills are added to give the students an edge over others
  • Extracurricular activities as well as good pastoral care are emphasized to ensure that students obtain a holistic education
  • To provide a conducive environment for study as well as to equip them with excellent facilities

For more information on entry requirements, program pathway, subjects listing and to get to know the faculty, please click on download brochure

 

Subject Listing

Program

  • 50 credit hours
  • 3 semesters
  • 14 weeks per semester
  • 13 subjects (9 core + 4 elective)

Semester 1 (5 Core = 18 credit hours)

  • Intermediate English (4 credit hours)
  • Finite Mathematics (4 credit hours)
  • Computing Principles (4 credit hours)
  • Study Skills (3 credit hours)
  • Personal Development and Leadership (3 credit hours)

Semester 2 (2 Core + 2 Electives = 16 credit hours)

Advanced English (Pre-requisite: Intermediate English) (4 credit hours)

Critical Thinking Skills (4 credit hours)

2 Electives

Semester 3 (2 Core + 2 Electives = 16 credit hours)

Culture, Arts and Politics (4 credit hours)

Statistics (4 credit hours)

2 Electives

Electives (each Elective subject – 4 credit hours)

C Programming

Calculus

Economic Principles (May not enrol for Microeconomics & Macroeconomics)

Fundamentals of Early Childhood Education

Internet Principles

Introduction to Business Principles

Introduction to Finance (Pre-requisite: Principles of Accounting)

Introduction to Tourism and Hospitality

Introduction to Human Communication

Introduction to Legal Studies

Introduction to Marketing Principles

Introduction to Public Relations

Macroeconomics (Pre-requisite: Microeconomics)

Microeconomics

Principles of Accounting

Psychology for Personal Development

Visual Basic Programming

Entry Requirements

SPM – A minimum of 6Bs including mathematics

or

Other equivalents education level

Intakes

January, March/April, May, September

Partner Universities
United Kingdom

  • University of Essex
  • Oxford Brookes University
  • Bangor University
  • Northumbria University
  • University of Liverpool
  • University of Surrey
  • Newcastle University
  • Queen’s University of Belfest
  • University of Leeds
  • Aberysywyth University
  • Glyndwr University
  • Cardiff University – Cardiff Business School
  • Swansea University
  • University of the West of England, Bristol
  • University of Portsmouth
  • University of Chester
  • Middlesex University
  • Teesside University
  • York St John University
  • Leeds Beckett University
  • University of Derby
  • University of London International Programmes
  • Anglia Ruskin University International Programmes
  • University of Nottingham (Malaysia Campus)
  • INTO University of East Anglia
  • INTO University of Exeter
  • University of Glasgow Caledonian University
  • INTO University of Manchester (NCUK)
  • INTO University of Newcastle
  • INTO Queen’s University

 

  • Direct entry subject to meeting universities’ requirements

*Admission on case to case basis