Undergraduate Focus: The first step to a UK degree
PREFERRED CHOICE: BAC is renowned for its reputation as a provider of quality education and is a leader in providing the University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) A-levels.
preferred choice:BAC is renowned for its reputation as a provider of quality education and is a leader in providing the University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) A-levels.
However, for students who have narrowed down their focus to humanities degrees including accounting, advertising, business administration, human resource, or management, BAC now offers an alternative pre-university qualification, the BAC Foundation in Arts.
This MQA approved one-year programme provides a solid foundation for those who intend to pursue BAC‘s (2+1) Undergraduate Business Programme. After completing the programme, students may transfer to any of BAC‘s prestigious UK partner universities.
Assessment is based on a combination of coursework and exams with the next intake beginning in June. The subjects offered cover a wide range of areas in the arts. Additionally, an important component of syllabus is the section that equips students with all the essential skills they need to cope with the demands of tertiary life.
Among other things they will learn how the computer and Internet are integrated into the learning process, how to communicate and express themselves effectively how to study by learning to question, analyse and interpret subject material and writing skills.
Students who plan to pursue a career in law will find that BAC provides an invaluable opportunity to qualify as a lawyer in the fastest way possible. BAC’s A-Level Express Route is the pre-university programme that is customised for students to complete in only 11 months instead of the traditional 18 or 24 month routes.
This coupled with BAC’s UK Transfer Degree Programme would mean that students can obtain an LLB (Hons) degree from a world class British University up to two years earlier than their peers. This enables BAC graduates to join the workforce at a much earlier age and begin their lucrative careers earlier as well, making it a smarter option for those intending to pursue a career in the legal arena.
At BAC, students can choose from law, business studies, economics, accounting, English literature and mathematics. The examinations are conducted twice a year, in May and November and the intakes are in January, February, March, June and September.
The Brickfields Education Fund which was established to assist and to ensure students from all walks of life are given the opportunity to further their education is also available for students who intend to pursue the BAC Foundation in Arts or A-Level programme.
For more information, www.bac.edu.my