Enhancing learning experiences

04 Dec 2018 / 11:31 H.

A student’s academic pursuit can be overwhelming, especially within the economic constraints of this decade. But thanks to Advance Tertiary College (ATC), where education is treated with value and worth, SPM school leavers have access to affordable foundation courses and programmes, as well as funding for their education.

Ease into the Cambridge Assessment International Education A Level Programme offered at a special course fee of just RM10,900. The January 2019 intake is now open.

The programme is designed to give students an opportunity to pursue their education across various fields.

The Cambridge Assessment International Education (formerly known as Cambridge International Examinations) A Level programme is awarded by the University of Cambridge. ATC has been the leading college in managing this programme for more than two decades.

This year, 85% of ATC students gained A Level passes in two or more subjects and earned the college a place among the top education institutions in Malaysia.

Top ATC students are known to have become high achievers and successful individuals. A perfect example is Lai Li Jun, formerly an A Level student, now pursuing an LLB, who is also the proud recipient of the Queen Mary’s Scholarship for the University of London (LLB Programme).

Since its establishment in 1987, ATC has offered education at pre-tertiary level. Further development now sees ATC offering courses and programmes at its branches located in Penang, Singapore and Hong Kong. Subjects include Law, Business, English Literature, Psychology, Economics, Accounting and Mathematics.

A holistic, integrated approach to learning is what ATC firmly believes in, and with its highly dedicated and experienced lecturers who provide education at an affordable fee, the learning experience also allows students to develop confidence and character which are needed in pursuing a wholesome education both locally and abroad.

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