This course is widely accepted by universities worldwide, including countries such as Australia, USA, Canada, and Singapore. If you’re still unsure about what to study, A-Levels allows you to pursue a wide range of degrees. For those who are passionate about a few select subjects, and prefer the assessment to be 100% exam-based, this course is for you.
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2. Australian Matriculation: SACE International
SACE International is a great choice if you prefer 70% assessments and 30% exams. Plus, you will have the flexibility to choose as many subjects you like. Similarly to Cambridge A-Level, this Pre-U course also allows you to pursue a wide range of degrees, if you’re not sure of what you want to study.
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This preparatory course is designed is to provide interdisciplinary studies, giving students early exposure to various fields. You will learn Architecture, Business, Design, Media and Communication, Education, Culinary Arts, Hospitality, Tourism, Quantity Surveying, Performing Arts, and Psychology.
4. Foundation in Natural & Built Environments
With the aim of introducing students to the different fields of study in the natural and built environments, this programme will expose you to specialized modules, real-life simulations, out-of-classroom field and study trips, interaction with working professionals, as well as competitions. It’s a great option for those looking to pursue an an Architecture or Quantity Surveying degree.
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5. Diploma in Interior Design
Among the skills you will develop through this diploma are space planning, creative problem-solving, communication, and understanding of design issues. You will also learn the principles and practices of contemporary construction technology.
6. Diploma in Information Technology
You can expect to learn key technical knowledge in analysing user requirements and specifications, development, implementation, testing, and maintenance of systems. By combining theory and practice with real world experience, students will also gain exposure via technopreneurship activities.