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New answer posted
3 years ago
Member since Jul' 2018
Answered 3 years ago
If you are interested in trying a course in media or communications, there are various suitable courses that you can apply for. The most suitable courses for you may be: communication and media studies, advertising, journalism broadcasting and multimedia. There are plenty of universities that offer these courses, so do have a look at the links provided below.
Advertising in Malaysia
Communications in Malaysia
Journalism Broadcasting in Malaysia
Multimedia in Malaysia
Also, there is a digital media and communication course provided at the Monash University Malaysia Campus in Bandar Sunway, so if you are interested, do have a look their webpage as well!
Hope you find this helpful and best wishes!
May we know which university you took your Foundation in English in? Normally, if you continue your bachelor's degree in the same university, it would not be a problem. However, switching to a different course in a different university will be difficult, because a Foundation programme usually acts as a preparatory programme for a degree in the same university. Other universities may not recognise a different institution's foundation programme qualifications.
To read more about pre-u programmes and their differences, click here.
Alternatively, you can download our e-book detailing all the different pre-u programmes by clicking here.
Hope this helps, good luck!
Hi Susindran Manogaran,
You may view our comprehensive guide on studying interior design by clicking here. It details the entry requirements for the interior design course according to level.
Hope this helps, and good luck!
4 years ago
Member since Sep' 2018
Answered 4 years ago
Hello Sree, for Computer Graphics the closest course we can identify relating to it is Animation course. For further information about Animation, you may visit this link. For Interior Designing course, you may visit this link. These links will answer all of your questions based on the course and requirements.
Hope this helps :)
Hi Nur Hidayah,
Yes, you may apply for a graphic design course even if you did not take an Art subject in your SPM exams. Do note that you will be required to go through a pre-u programme before you can pursue a bachelor's degree in graphic design (e.g. A-Levels, STPM, Diploma, Foundation etc.). For more info about pre-u programmes, you may read the article here or download our free e-book here.
As you did not take an Art subject in SPM, you will very likely be required to submit an art portfolio or sit for an art assessment before pursuing the graphic design programme to determine whether you are suitable to undergo the programme. Thus, it is very important that you begin compiling an art portfolio that includes samples of drawings, sketches, paintings or any other form of artistic work.
For a list of universities offering graphic design, click here.
Hope this helps. Good luck!
Member since Aug' 2018
Tuition fees may vary depending on the university running the course, but generally the tuition fees for a diploma in New Media Design will range between RM40,000 to RM45,000 for the entire course.
If you're interested in design courses, you can check out Raffles University Iskandar! They have a range of courses in design that may be of interest to you. Just fill up the bar on the right if you're keen on applying, and one of our counselors will get in touch with you.
Hope this helps!
Member since Mar' 2018
Hello Lau Bin Lu,
The International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) does indeed allow non-Muslim students to enroll in their courses. UiTM is the only institute that requires students to be bumiputera, but IIUM accepts students of all backgrounds. You will only need to satisfy the entry requirements that the university has for the specific programme and adhere to their dress codes as this is an Islamic institution. Other than that, you should have no problem in enrolling for the Foundation in Architectural and Environmental Design programme at IIUM.
Hope this clarifies your doubts. We wish you all the best!
New question posted
5 years ago
Can you give us your results so that we can determine if you are eligible for any design courses? We will do our best to match you with a course and institute that fits your interests.