Prestigious business degree at ATC
STARTING this August, the Advance Tertiary College (ATC) will offer students the opportunity to study locally in Malaysia, and graduate as international students of the University of London (UOL).
The Bachelor of Science Business and Management degree from the UOL is one of the most prestigious business degrees in the world.
Students can increase their career opportunities with a UOL degree, as UOL graduates are sought after for their resourcefulness and leadership skills.
ATC’s Business School Course Coordinator Anna Matthew explained: “The course entails subject-specific knowledge and important transferable skills that are well regarded to the workforce.
“This includes critical thinking and problem-solving; the ability to think creatively and assimilate new ideas; self-discipline and organisation; strategic thinking and analysis.”
This course is academically directed by the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Since 1895, The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) has been regarded as an international centre of academic excellence and innovation.
Past students and teachers at LSE include 16 Nobel Prize winners and 35 past or present heads of state and around 60 current members of the UK Houses of Parliament.
Studying with the UOL International Programme imparts students the competitive edge in global job markets.
Graduates from UOL have obtained jobs in many sectors including: banks and financial services companies such as Ernst & Young, Deutsche Bank and Citibank; major technology companies, including Cisco and IBM; international agencies such as the United Nations and World Health Organization; multinational companies such as Panasonic, Sony and Unilever and various local employers.
Upon graduation, students will become an alumni of the UOL International Programme, with members in over 180 countries.
As part of a huge community, students can connect and network with one another, other alumni and the UOL’s academic community online.
There are a number of benefits enjoyed by the students from a broad latitude of Alumni Network. Students can take part in the global events, meeting other graduates in their academic or professional field, or stay in contact with the university.
The Alumni Network’s purpose is to help build a lifelong relationship with the UOL International Programme and each other.
By staying in Malaysia, students also save on relocation costs and access a world-class degree at a reasonable price.
This course is approved by MQA and they can also apply for a PTPTN loan to cover the costs.
Students who have completed their diplomas are eligible for exemptions, and are welcomed to register for this programme.
The programme is unique as it allows students to fit their studies around their own lifestyle.
They can pace their studies and can study locally by attending face-to-face classes at ATC.
In light of ATC’s 30th year anniversary, applicants are entitled to apply for the Tan Sri P. Alagendra Scholarships.
In addition, ATC is also offering 15% to 25% rebates for diploma and degree programmes.
■ For more information, call toll-free 1800 889 292 or visit www.atc2u.edu.my.
Anna said the course entails subject-specific knowledge and important transferable skills that are well regarded to the workforce.