Curriculum and Educational System


  1. New entrants (first year) are introduced to a broad range of courses in order to gain basic foundation knowledge
  2. Subsequently, the course content is organised such that learning is gradual and progressive, that is, from simpler basic concepts to the complex
  3. Our course structure is modelled to provide a clear direction to future career opportunities. Students may study with such awareness, and a sense of purpose

Education System

1.Adoption of the Semester System

We follow a two-semester system. Students are able to obtain credits twice in each calendar year. This schedule enables the intensive study of minor subjects during each semester, resulting in high educational results.

2.Small Class Size Formation

For subjects with intensive learning requirements such as foreign languages, computer-related subjects, communication studies, small class sizes are adopted. For instance, English language classes are organised in groups of 30 students. In addition, speaking is further divided into smaller classes of 15 students.

3.GPA System

The GPA system is used for the calculation of grades. In order to graduate, students are required to not only earn credits, but also to attain a certain level of academic achievement. In the unfortunate event where a student is unable to meet such criteria, typically within the first four (4) semesters or two (2) years, they are advised to voluntarily withdraw from the University.

4.Award for Outstanding Performance

This system commend students who have achieved excellent results at the end of each semester. Those who have won the Excellence Award will be invited to the “Student Awards Reception” which is held in the subsequent semester.

5. Introductory Learning Seminars (Basic and Specialised) (ILS)

The Learning Seminars are first year classes designed to attain skills, to further improve performance. In BILS, students work on improving their language and academic skill (reading, and report writing etc.) to a level that allows them to be able to study at the university. In SILS, students are informally introduced to various elements of business, management and economics in a bid to motivate and increase interest in the respective subject areas. These are conducted in small class formation, with no more than 15 students.