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Pre-University Courses

The pre-university course or pre-degree course, popularly abbreviated to PUC or PDC, is an intermediate course (which is known as 10+2) of two years’ duration, conducted by state education institutions or boards in India. This pre-university course is also known as the Plus-two or Intermediate course.

A Level

Background Introduced in 1951 as an entry requirement into UK universities but is now widely recognised by institutions outside of UK. Academic pathway Overview: The Cambridge board and the London Edexcel board are the two main examination bodies for A-Levels Malaysia. The Cambridge examinations are conducted...

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American Degree Program

Background Specially developed for students to enter their first or second year of an American university programme in the US. Academic pathway Overview: The ADP is a pre-university course that is equivalent to the 12th grade in American high schools. Assessment Method(s): A student’s final grade...

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Australian Matriculation

Background Based on the Australian education system, these programmes emphasise holistic education and independent learning. Academic pathway Overview: For SACE International and AUSMAT, students are required to achieve between 90 and 100 credit points from a given list of subjects before sitting for final examinations...

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Canadian Pre-University Programmes

Background The two Canadian pre-university programmes offered in Malaysia are the Canadian Pre-University Programme (CPU) and Canadian International Matriculation Programme (CIMP). Academic pathway Overview: Students are awarded the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) upon completion of either programmes. Assessment Method(s): 70% coursework and 30% final...

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Foundation Programmes

Background Foundation studies are preparatory courses that help students transition into an undergraduate degree of their choice in the same university. Academic pathway Overview: Many institutions have developed their own internal foundation programmes that are recognised as pre-university equivalents, at both their respective partner universities...

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IB Diploma

Background Introduced in 1968, the IBDP is perceived as a more challenging pre-university programme. Only students with above average academic results will be accepted to pursue the IBDP and may have to undergo an entrance exam and an interview to get into the programme. Academic...

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