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Master Degree By Coursework

 

 

Our coursework programmes are designed to extend knowledge and skills gained from the first degree and to develop new professional skills in graduates. The programmes involve lectures, seminars and project work. Students are required to successfully complete the minimum credit as required by the respective programme (between 40 – 44 credits) and a final Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of at least 3.0 in order to graduate. The Master degree by Coursework is offered every February and September.

 

 

 

Important Dates for Application & Registration : June 2015 Intake

 

Events

International Students

Local Students

Closing Date for Online Application

 

05 June 2015

12 June 2015

Meeting to Finalized

16 June 2015

Issue Offer Letter to Applicants

 

Offer letter can be issued straight away to successful student

Registration Date for New Students

 

(Coursework & Research) : 29 – 30 June 2015

Registration Date for Recurring Students

 

(Coursework & Research) : 02 – 12 July 2015

 Welcoming New Graduate Student Event

 

 11 July 2015 ( Saturday )

 

 

*** Important Dates for Application & Registration : September 2015 Intake

 

Events

 

International Students

Local Students

Closing Date for Online Application

07 August 2015

21 August 2015

 

Meeting to Finalized

11 August 2015

25 August 2015

 

Issue Offer Letter to Applicants

Offer letter can be issued straight away to successful student

 

Registration Date by New Students

(Coursework & Research) 02 – 03 Sept 2015

 

Registration Date by Recurring Students

(Coursework & Research) 02 – 13 Sept 2015

 

Welcoming New Graduate Student Event

19 Sept 2015 ( Saturday)

 

 

*** Subject to changes.
**  As successful International applicants need to apply for visa. Successful applicant will be notify within 1 week *(subject to change) after closing date for September Intake.

Each coursework programme consists of a combination of compulsory subjects, electives and a research project. Each subject carries a weightage of 2 to 3-credit points, and assessments are through take home assignments, tests and end of semester examinations. Students' progress and performance in the research project are assessed through oral presentations and written reports.

 

Entry Requirements  (as approved by Senate Nos. 02/2014 -13)

 

  • A Bachelor degree with a minimum CGPA of 2.50 or equivalent, as accepted by the Senate;
  • A Bachelor degree or equivalent but with CGPA less than 2.50, may be admitted subject to a minimum of 5 years working experiencein the relevant field; or
  • Other equivalent qualifications approved by the Senate
  • For international students, a minimum IELTS Score of 6.0 or its equivalent ( e.g TOEFL-525; TOEFL Computer Test -196; TOEFL Internet Test 69-70 ) is required.