Academic calendar

  • Academic year for Degree Foundation Study (Year 1) consists of Quarterly terms. These terms are from:

Feb to Apr
May to Jul
Aug to Oct
Nov to Jan

  • Each Quarterly term consists of 13 teaching weeks, including orientation week, weekly lessons, exam week and term break.

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  • Academic year for Specialised studies (Year 2 to Year 4) consists of Trimester terms. These terms are from :

Oct to Feb
Feb to Jun
Jun to Oct

  • Each Trimester term consists of 17 teaching weeks, including orientation week, weekly lessons, exam week and term break.

Daily time table

  • Day full time students - daily classes commence at 08.00am and end at 17.00pm depending on your individual lesson schedule. (Weekdays only)
  • Evening full time classes - commence from 17.30pm and end at 20.30pm. (Weekdays only)
  • Part time classes commence from 08.30am to 17.30pm Saturday and Sunday depending on your individual lesson schedule

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Time table for Term 1 2021

  • English class (Intensive Advanced level) commences on 4th January 2021. Students will be able to proceed for the Degree Foundation Study on 1st February upon achieving the IELTS 5.5 requirement.
  • All other English classes (Basic to Intermediate levels) will commence on 1st February 2021 (subjected to change due to Covid19).
  • Degree Foundation Study will commence on 1st February 2021:

 

Mon

Tues

Wed

Thu

Fri

0800 to 1100

Business
Maths 1

Study skills 1

 

Business
Maths 1

Study skills 1

 

L

U

N

C

H

1300 to 1600

Study skills 2

Business
Maths 2

 

Study skills 2

Business
Maths 2

 

B

R

E

A

K

1730 to 2030

Study skills 3

Business Maths 3

 

Study skills 3

Business Maths 3

Note: time table is subjected to last minute change. Students are to refer to the daily display of the lessons at the reception counter.

  • Specialised Degree studies (Year 2) will commence only when there are sufficient enrolments to meet MoEYS requirements. Minimum 15 students per class is expected.