Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Are you a fresh graduate and interested in O&G training?

Technology Specialist in Specific Domain Expertise (TeSSDE) is a structured 9-month program, designed to prepare new graduate engineers for working in specific high technology and high-impact industries. Working closely with industrial partners, this program seeks to accelerate the learning of engineers by providing access to industrial-relevant training and support for them to stay aligned with the current development of human capital in these industries.


To find out more, click on the link here.

Friday, September 13, 2013

You want to study medicine and becomes a doctor?

Studying medicine has becomes the dream of many bright students and the dreams of parents who hoped that they have doctor within their family. It seems that having a doctor within their family is something very good! But is it?
For those aspiring students who have such a dream, which has nothing wrong, you must remember that it is almost impossible to enter government university in Malaysia even if you score straight A or CGPA of 4. But you have the option to study in India, Taiwan and Russia which are cheaper. In fact, studying in Germany is almost free!
Before you seriously consider medicine, go to a hospital or clinic and do a short attachment to find out the work of doctors.
Also don't forger that Malaysia has an oversupply of doctor. So, if you still decide to study medicine, go to a reputable university and get yourself trained to be a good doctor.
A survey by FMT reveals that private colleges in the country are charging between RM250,000 to RM1 million to study medicine.
Following are some colleges offering degree in medicine and the tuition fee they charge currently:
  • Quest International University Perak (QUIP): RM249,000
  • University Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR): RM255,000
  • AIMST University: RM250,000
  • University Kuala Lumpur (UniKL) has two different options: UniKL Degree: RM280,000, Twinning with Vinayaka Missions University, India: RM300,000
  • UCSI University: RM320,000
  • Taylor’s University: RM353,000
  • International Medical University (IMU): RM410,000
  • Management and Science University (MSU): RM295,000
  • Perdana University offers the following: Royal College of Surgeons Ireland: RM800,000, John Hopkins University Schools of Medicine: RM1,000,000
  • SEGi University: RM300,000
  • Asia Metropolitan University (AMU): RM300,000
  • Monash University Sunway: RM455,000
  • Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia (NuMED): RM450,000
  • MAHSA University College: RM300,000
  • Allianze University College of Medical Science (AUCMS) has multiple options: In-house: RM279,000, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Programme: RM338,000, Universitas Sumatera Utara: RM267,000, National University of Ireland, Galway: RM578,000, University College Cork: RM578,000
  • Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences (CUCMS): RM275,000
  • Lincoln University College (LUC): RM324,000
  • University College Shahputra (UCSA): RM240,000
  • Malacca Manipal Medical College (MMMC): RM348,000
  • Penang Medical College: RM650,000
All the above mentioned fees exclude accommodation, books, traveling cost, food and other expenses which could easily add another RM100,000 to the total cost of studying medicine.
The above info on fees is taken from FMT website.