INFRASTRUCTURE University Kuala Lumpur ( IUKL) offers two foundation programmes – Foundation in Science and Foundation in Arts.
The Foundation in Science offers two options – the engineering option and the non- engineering option for students who are interested in health science.
The basic modules for both options cover English, mathematics, chemistry and physics.
Students who choose the engineering option will also study statics, physics and dynamics. For non- engineering options, focus will be given to biology and biochemistry.
The engineering option leads to degrees such as civil, mechanical, electrical and electronics, and automobile engineering.
The non- engineering field offers students degree options in the fields of pharmacy, food science, biotechnology, agriculture and many more.
The Foundation in Arts also provides two options. The architecture option requires students to focus on architectural drawing ( including the application of AutoCAD), among other basics.
The other option is for students who are interested in business studies, information technology and language studies.
The compulsory basic modules include communication, and identification system and computer applications.
Students can go on to degree programmes in business, accounting, marketing, software engineering and advertising, among others.
IUKL offers various scholarships and tuition fee waivers of up to 60%.
IUKL scholarships include those ACCORDING to International Telecommunication Union ( ITU), South Korea was first among 152 countries that were subjects of the survey in information and communications technology ( ICT) development index 2015.
South Korea’s ICT, engineering and robotics are among the best in the world, making it a great place for international students to learn and pursue their tertiary education.
Besides that, tuition fees and the cost of living are much cheaper compared to other learning destinations such as the United Kingdom or Australia, and there are many scholarship programmes made available to foreign students studying in South Korea.
As Malaysia’s leading technical university, Universiti Kuala Lumpur ( UniKL) has formed an education and research collaboration with universities in South Korea, establishing the pioneering Foundation in Science and Technology for Korean University – also known as the Pre- Korea Programme.
This programme is accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency ( MQA) and approved by the Ministry of Education ( MOE).
Lectures are delivered by native South Korean lecturers and local lecturers who have graduated from South Korean universities.
All subjects are taught in Korean, which will better prepare students to continue their study in South Korea.
UniKL students have been successfully accepted into various South Korean universities such as Hanyang University, Sungkyunkwan University, Inha University and Dankook University. offered to students with excellent SPM results. Those who are active in sports may apply for the IUKL Sports Excellence Scholarship.
PTPTN and financial assistance from the State Foundation are also available.
Interested individuals can visit the IUKL Info Day on March 12 and 13 from 10am to 4pm. The March intake is in progress.
You can start a programme at IUKL with only RM100 and enjoy RM1,000 rebate if you register during the Info Day.
For more information, call 1800 88 STUDY ( 78839) or visit www. IUKL. edu. my.
The Pre- Korea Programme prepares students to continue their degree programmes at any Korean universities in engineering, computer science and animation.
UniKL also offers the one- year Korean Language Intensive Programme ( K- LIP) as a platform for students who wish to pursue tertiary education in other courses such as logistics and transportation, and arts and culture.
K- LIP is conducted in both the classroom and through online learning.
This programme is a jointventure programme between UniKL and Institute of International Education ( IIE) of Kyung Hee University.
Kyung Hee University is a leader in e- learning education system and among the top Korean language Institutes in South Korea.
Students are required to take the Test of Proficiency in Korean ( TOPIK) and achieve at least level 3 to pursue a degree programme in South Korean universities.
Students who pass level five or six of TOPIK will receive a scholarship to pursue a bachelor’s degree programme in selected South Korean universities.
Presently, UniKL collaborates with 11 South Korean universities, including Sungkyunkwan University, Hanyang University, Ewha Womans University and Kyung Hee University.
The next intakes for both programmes are in June.
For more information, visit www. unikl. edu. my or call 03- 2175 4146 ( Hafize).
Studying in South Korean universities is possible through IUKL.
IUKL’s foundation programmes are designed to broaden students’ choices of study at the degree level.