Kirkby International College is a registered private higher education institute, approved by the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia. They aim to be the best private teacher training provider in the region. It offers pre-service training for school leavers who wish to make teaching a career. The institution offers schemes for graduates to gain an internationally recognized post-graduate diploma in teaching, programmes for diploma in education holders to gain teaching degrees and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programmes for practicing teachers.
Kirkby International College is a centre of excellence for learning. We are at the forefront in using technology and multi-media communication to enrich and enhance learning experience and to explore challenges in education.
Kirkby International College offers local and international programmes including, Cambridge A-Levels, Diplomas (early childhood education and english), Foundation Courses (University of Hertfordshire) and pathways to Degrees.
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Posted: March 23, 2015
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