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Australian Matriculation

Student Guide

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A Distinctive Learning Experience
Western Australian Certificate Of Education (WACE)
“Many of the students gained entry into top universities in Australia in courses such as medicine, dentistry and engineering. This success is symbolic of the professional approach taken by the staff and administration at Sunway University College.” David Wood CEO Curriculum Council Government of Western Australia “It was good to see Sunway’s students receive Certificates of Distinction based on their exam results, in Chemistry and English. Well done! It is such a marvellous accolade to Sunway’s AUSMAT programme and its lecturers”. Gail Taylor Consultant Principal, Curriculum Council Government of Western Australia

“Welcome to AUSMAT, the Western Australian Year 12. We have built a tradition of supporting our student’s learning and being able to inspire interest in the world around them. The subjects are relevant, contemporary and develop an inquiring mind. Commitment of our academic leaders to make you understand concepts and see its application underpin their teaching. We want you to enjoy and develop your potential in all areas and we encourage you to be involved in extracurricular activities. We hope your experience with us will help you be a lifelong learner. Best Wishes for a successful year.” Ruma Lopes Director of Programme

“AUSMAT congratulates you in making a fine choice in choosing a programme that has coursework component and external examination. The academic rigour will help you move on to universities of your choice in the courses that you want to pursue. Let us help you be successful in all your undertakings this year. Meet up with our programme mentors and guidance counsellors to make sure that your choice of subjects and level of performance will help you achieve your goals.” Vanitha Satchithanadan Deputy Director & Head of Science

Introduction
• Year 12 Curriculum of Western Australia • Prepares students for the Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) • WACE subjects are examined in the WACE Examination, a public examination held in November conducted by the Western Australian Government through its representative body, the Curriculum Council (CC) in Perth • The broad learning subjects allow the students to be able to branch out in preferred choices of degrees • AUSMAT has been offered at Sunway University College since 1988 and has built a reputation for excellence with a proven record of success

International Recognition
Successful students qualify for entry into undergraduate courses in all states of Australia • New Zealand • United Kingdom • Canada • United States of America (credit transfer) • Russia • Germany • Singapore • Malaysia (private universities)

Internal Assessment Policy
Students are required to complete all internal assessments. If an assessment is missed for substantiated medical reasons, a retest is conducted at the discretion of the lecturer and the Director of Programme. It is the student’s responsibility to provide evidence. There is no such provision in the external examinations. Students will be awarded marks based on their internal scores (All absence must be validated and accepted by the Curriculum Council Examination Board). 2 sets of reports will be forwarded to parents/ guardians at the conclusion of each evaluation examination (The programme office must be notified of any change of address).

Admission Requirement
Students are expected to meet one of the following minimum prerequisites: • 5 SPM credits (credit in English is recommended) • 5 O-Level credits • Any other equivalent qualification

Certification from Western Australia
• Certification awarded by Curriculum Council based on combined internal and external scores from 5 academic subjects (Competency in English/ ELD is a prerequisite) • A detailed statement of results • Australian Tertiary Aggregate Rank (ATAR) is determined by Tertiary Institutions Service Centre (TISC) in Perth based on Tertiary Entrance Score achieved in four (4) best subjects from their selected subjects

Choice of Subjects
Students are required to take either English or ELD (English as Additional Subject/Dialect). Students are required to select another four subjects keeping in mind the core subject requirement of a university programme and choice of any others that they would enjoy learning. All subjects are taught at the highest level 3 of Curriculum Council subject offerings. Accounting and Finance Biological Sciences Career and Enterprise Chemistry English as an Additional Language/Dialect* Economics English** Business Management & Enterprise (Only in March) Mathematics Specialist Mathematics 3A/3B Mathematics 3C/3D Politics & Law (Only in January) Physics Psychology
* This is a WACE scoring subject and meets the English proficiency requirement for certification and is accepted for university entry at a certain level of achievement. ** Students who have been in an English medium school for more than 6 years must take English.

Assessments and Examinations
• Students are required to study 5 Subjects. They are not allowed to take more than 6 Subjects • Students are required to fulfil coursework components of each subject that contribute 50% of the total marks. These comprise assignments, tests, quizzes, practical work and semester evaluative examinations • External examination is held in November of each academic year, that contributes the other 50%. This examination is conducted, supervised and assessed by examiners from the Curriculum Council. It is the same examination conducted in all Western Australian Schools for Year 12 students • Detailed statement of results is sent to students by the Curriculum Council on 30th December

Subject Overview

English (ENG)
• This subject is designed to teach students how to become competent, reflective, adaptable and critical users of the language. • It develops students’ ability to shape their writing and speaking for appropriate audiences and purposes. • Emphasis is on the development of critical and analytical thinking by making students aware of the ways language is used in the texts they read, write and view and of the values and attitudes presented in a wide variety of texts.

Subject Content
Unit 3A ENG & Unit 3B ENG
Students are encouraged to make connections between texts from a range of genres – non-fiction print texts, literature and non-print (feature films and documentaries). Students are expected to develop creativity through the composition of narrative, as well as expository texts. The course is designed to enable the students to understand how structures, patterns and audience expectations influence language and meaning. Two Main areas of discourse are • Language and Identity • Language and Knowledge

Requirement
Students are expected to have a sound command of the language and a passion to understand the power and influence of language.

English as an Additional Language/Dialect (ELD)
• ELD is concerned with the particular needs of students for whom English is a second language. • It is intended to develop skills and understanding which can increase their successful participation in a society whose principal medium of communication is English.

Subject Content
Unit 3A ELD & Unit 3B ELD
ELD aims to create students who will be able to think outside the box. This awareness will be created through constant exposure to current issues that students are not normally exposed to in their daily environment. • Skills and Processes • Knowledge and Understanding Two Main areas of discourse are • Multicultural Society • Language and Empowerment

Requirement
This subject is only available to students whose first language is not English and for whom English has not been the major language of communication or instruction for a total period of more than seven years prior to the commencement of the year the course is taken.

Biological Sciences (BIO)
• Biological Sciences give students a unique appreciation of life and a better understanding of the living world around them. • This subject empowers students to be questioning, reflective and critical thinkers about biological issues. It highlights the importance of reasoning and respect for evidence.

Subject Content
Unit 3A BIO
The focus for this unit is Maintaining Balance. Ecosystems: Biodiversity and Sustainability • Biodiversity • Ecosystems • Environmental Issues and Human Impact The Functioning Organisms • • • • • Photosynthesis Respiration Energy Transfer Control of Cellular Activities Homeostatic Mechanisms

Unit 3B BIO
The focus for this unit is Evolution. Ecosystems: Biodiversity and Sustainability • Conservation Continuity of Species • • • • • • DNA Recombinant DNA Techniques Applications of DNA Technologies Variation, Isolation, Selection Speciation/Evolution Evidence of Evolution

Chemistry (CHE)
• The Chemistry subject is designed to stimulate and foster curiosity, and promote logical and analytical thinking. • It aims to equip students to become informed citizens able to participate in discussion of challenging social and environmental issues. • The subject enables students to relate chemistry to other sciences including biology, physics, geology, medicine, molecular biology and agriculture, and to take advantage of vocational opportunities that arise through its application.

Subject Content
Unit 3A CHE
The focus of this unit is Chemical Processes.

Unit 3B CHE
The focus for this unit is on Chemistry and Modern Lifestyles.

Macroscopic Properties of Matter Atomic Structure and Bonding Chemical Reaction • Rates & Equilibrium Applied Chemistry

Acid & Base Oxidation & Reduction Organic Chemistry Applied Chemistry

Recommended
A minimum of grade B in SPM/O-Level chemistry or equivalent.

Subject Overview
Physics (PHY)
• Physics is an experimental discipline involving the study of the properties of, and interrelationships between energy and matter. • Physics helps us to construct models and explain physical phenomena. These, in turn, allow us to develop a deeper understanding of the world around us.

Subject Content
Unit 3A PHY
Motion and forces in a gravitational field • Motion of objects in gravitational fields • Motion of projectiles, orbiting satellites, planets and moons • Ways in which forces may affect the stability of extended objects Electricity and magnetism • How magnetic fields interact with current electricity • The motor effect • Electromagnetic induction

Unit 3B PHY
Particles, waves and quanta • Relate physical principles about waves to the study of the Universe and its parts • Atomic physics • Analyse spectra • Explain fluorescence and X-ray emission • Modern physics such as relativity and cosmology Motion and forces in electric and magnetic fields • To appreciate both classical and modern interpretations of the nature and behaviour of waves • How waves are used in musical instruments, communication systems or sensing systems

Recommended
A minimum of grade B in SPM/O-Level Physics or equivalent.

Mathematics (MAT 3A/3B)
• Students explore and analyse the properties of functions and their graphs. • Apply recursion in practical situations, including for finance. • Use trigonometry for the solution of triangles. • Use counting principles to calculate probabilities and analyse normally-distributed data. • Plan sampling methods, analyse data from samples and infer results for populations. • Use mental and written methods and technologies where appropriate. • Study differential and integral calculus of polynomial functions and use calculus in optimisation problems • Develop algebraic skills for solving equations and apply them in linear programming. • Analyse and construct project networks. • Analyse bivariate data, and argue to support or contest conclusions about data.

Subject Content
Unit 3A MAT
Number and Algebra • • • • • • • • • • • • Estimation and Calculation Functions and Graphs Equations and Inequalities Patterns Finance Rate Measurement Quantify chance Interpret chance Collect and organise data Represent data Interpret data

Unit 3B MAT
• • • • Functions and Graphs Equations and Inequalities Calculus Patterns

Space and Measurement Chance and Data

• Measurement • Networks • Reason geometrically • Represent data • Interpret data

Working with CAS-enabled Calculator is essential

Mathematics (MAT 3C/3D)
• Students develop their knowledge of calculus concepts and algebraic, graphing and calculus skills and apply them in mathematical modeling. • Use counting techniques and probability laws and calculate and interpret probabilities for the binomial, uniform and normal random variables. • Use mental and written methods and technologies where appropriate. • Students extend and apply their understanding of differential and integral calculus. • Solve systems of equations in three variables and linear programming problems. • Verify and develop deductive proofs in algebra and geometry. • Model data with probability functions and analyse data from samples. • Justify decisions and critically assess claims about data.

Subject Content
Unit 3C MAT
Number and Algebra • • • • • • Estimation and Calculation Functions and Graphs Equations and Inequalities Calculus Rate Measurement

Unit 3D MAT
• Equations and Inequalities • Calculus • Patterns • • • • • • • Rate Measurement Reason geometrically Quantify chance Interpret chance Represent data Interpret data

Space and Measurement Chance and Data

• Quantify chance • Interpret chance

Requirement
Additional Mathematics in SPM/O-Levels or equivalent.

Working with CAS-enabled Calculator is essential

Subject Overview

Mathematics Specialist (MAS 3C/3D)
• Students consider abstract development of a range of sophisticated relationships. • Spatial contexts are extended from two dimensional to three dimensional. • Develops abstraction as an increasingly powerful way of expressing and analysing change. • Introduce exhaustion and contradiction as methods of proof. • Students will use differential and integral calculus to understand a range of phenomena. • Familiarise with transformation and the use of matrices. • Theoretical understanding of growth and decay models. • Introduces mathematical reasoning to complete the suite of proof processes in pre-tertiary level.

Subject Content
Unit 3C MAS
Vectors Trigonometry Exponential and Logarithms Functions Mathematical Reasoning Complex Numbers Polar Coordinates

Unit 3D MAS
Matrices Trigonometry Exponentials and Logarithms Functions Mathematical Reasoning Complex Numbers

Requirement
Additional Mathematics in SPM/O-Levels or equivalent.

Strongly recommended for students vying to read Engineering Working with CAS-enabled Calculator is essential

Accounting and Finance (ACF)
• The course focuses on financial literacy and aims to provide students with a range of skills that enable them to make sound financial judgements. • Students will develop an understanding of the fundamental principles upon which accounting and financial management are based through the preparation, examination and analysis of financial documents and systems.

Subject Content
Unit 3A ACF
• Distinguish between management accounting and financial accounting • The role of management accounting for decision-making purposes • Identify the benefits and components of a budget and prepare financial budgets and performance reports • Identify and select the relevant information to make long-term investment decisions • Evaluate a business’s performance and formulate strategies that will improve the performance • Identify the ethical issues related to being an owner of a business

Unit 3B ACF
• Construct reports and related notes (using double entry accrual accounting) for a reporting entity • Use accounting conventions, standards and principles to prepare and analyse company reports • Select, analyse and apply accounting concepts and principles • Evaluate a reporting entities’ performance and formulate strategies that will maximise performance • Examine the nature of corporate social disclosure in relation to the regulatory bodies in Australia and to Australian reporting entities

Economics (ECO)
• Economics investigates the choices that all people, groups and societies face as they confront the ongoing problem of satisfying their unlimited wants with limited resources. • It aims to analyse and understand the allocation, utilisation and distribution of scarce resources that determine our wealth and wellbeing. • Economics develops the knowledge, reasoning and interpretation skills that form an important component of understanding personal, business and government behaviour at the local, national and global levels.

Subject Content
Unit 3A ECO
The focus for this unit is Australia and the global economy. It explores Australia’s economic relationships with other economies, and contemporary global economic events and issues of significance to Australia. • Australia’s trade with ASEAN • Australia’s growing trade links with China and India • Economics of Australian businesses operating overseas • Economics of trading blocs and resource cartels • Economics of international tourism & foreign exchange

Unit 3B ECO
The focus for this unit is economic policies and management. It explores how economic policies and actions of the government and other authorities, such as fiscal policy, monetary policy and microeconomic reform, operate in the pursuit of the economic objectives of the government. • The current macroeconomic performance and policy stance of Australia compared to other economies • Australia’s macroeconomic performance and policy stance

Subject Overview
Psychology (PSY)
• In this subject, students focus on psychological contexts related to a healthy lifestyle and diverse community. • Students expand their knowledge and understanding of human behaviour by looking at how intellectual development and maturation play their roles in influencing behaviours instead of just learning. • Engage in discussions about the influence of groups towards individual behaviours, the influence of culture towards individual identity and different perspectives on topical social issues. • Students engage in psychological investigations through literature search, research design and report writing.

Subject Content
Unit 3A PSY & Unit 3B PSY
Self • Biological Influences • Psychology of Personality Cognition Social Psychology • Relational Influences Society • Culture • Social Value & Practice • Social, Historical & Political Influence

Career and Enterprise (CAE)
• The Career and Enterprise course aims to provide all students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to enable them to be enterprising and proactive managers of their own career development. • It begins with recognising individual skills and talents, and moves on to using this understanding to find work and keep it. • All aspects of work and workplaces are explored, from entry level to working globally. Changing technology, employment patterns and economic restructuring are realities of the rapidly changing world of work students will be entering. • Learning to deal with constant change through adaptability, enterprise and lifelong learning are vital elements of the course.

Subject Content
Unit 3A CAE & Unit 3B CAE
Career management • Self-understanding and management • Career building • Lifelong learning Corporate citizenship • Workplace operations • Efficiency, productivity and sustainability • Rights and responsibilities Environmental influences and trends • Organisation of workplaces • Globalisation • Constant change

Politics & Law (PAL)
• Politics and Law is a study of the processes of decision-making concerning society’s collective future. • It aims to develop knowledge of the principles, structures, institutions and processes of political and legal systems primarily in Australia. • It brings together the judicial, executive and legislative arms of government to demonstrate how society is governed and examines the philosophy and values on which society is governed.

Subject Content
Unit 3A PAL
The focus for this unit is political and legal power. • Examine how the roles of the executive, legislative and judicial arms of government maintain and develop the law • They consider the influence of individuals, pressure groups, political parties, public opinion, the media, and internal and external factors on law making

Unit 3B PAL
The focus for this unit is rights and governance. • Examine the ways political and legal systems respond to contemporary civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights issues • Examine the ways countries can uphold or undermine democratic principles by examining their political and legal structures, means of exercising power, judicial independence, representation, the extent of popular participation, natural justice and the rule of law

Requirement
Students are expected to have a sound command of the language and a passion to understand the power and influence of language.

Business Management and Enterprise (BME)
• Gives students the opportunity to understand how vital business is and how it impacts every aspect of our lives. • Aims to prepare all students for a future where they will need to identify possibilities and create opportunities within a business environment. • In an age when many business practices and ethical standards are being examined, this course will give individuals the ability to make sound and ethical decisions based on knowledge and understanding. • Aims to empower students to make business decisions based on critical thinking which are in line with their own values and the values of the society in which they live. • Students will be well-equipped to be proactive participants in the dynamic world of business, behaving responsibly and demonstrating integrity in business activities.

Subject Content
Unit 3A BME & Unit 3B BME
The focus in the first unit is on contexts related to strategic business in a globalised world and in the second, the focus is on contexts related to strategic business management and implementation. Environments • Social, cultural and economic • Political and legal • Technological Strategies and processes • Management • Marketing • Operations People • Intrapersonal and interpersonal • Consumers and competitors • Human resources

Reflections
AUSMAT students are now our lecturers.
I did AUSMAT back in the 2000. It was truly a memorable year for me as I had a great time here in Sun-U. My reason is the dedicated lecturers I had which made learning fun and interesting. AUSMAT was the start of my journey towards achieving my degree and subsequently my masters in the field of science. It was here I learnt that hard work has its rewards in life. Now nine years later, I am back again in Sunway but this time I am teaching the subjects I am passionate about in the same course where my journey started and made me the person I am today. Most interestingly, today I work with lecturers who taught me back in 2000 and I know I am in a team that aims to inspire students that they can achieve anything in life. Diana Ann Kavita AUSMAT 2000

As a former student and lecturer with AUSMAT, it is heartening to see that the syllabus has dynamically evolved over the last 12 years, from teaching methods to introduction of critical courses such as Career & Enterprise. The programme transfers critical skills and knowledge which will not only build students into academic frontrunners, but also inspire them to achieve great things in life. By nurturing the uniqueness of each student, it has been possible to encourage them to frankly explore and express their thoughts on a wide range of social, economic and technological issues - a distinct advantage which moulds creative and well-balanced individuals. No matter where our students go or who they become in life, they will always treasure the AUSMAT experience. Angela Yap AUSMAT 1997

Our Alumni
The lecturers, while being remarkably approachable and competent, are also genuinely interested in the welfare of students. The learning process is also anything but mundane. With a heavy emphasis on critical thinking and problemsolving skills, students are intellectually stimulated at all times. This, coupled with engaging classroom activities and discussions, make learning in AUSMAT Sunway an enjoyable and memorable experience. Ng Chien Young Bachelor of Medicine University of Western Australia AUSMAT 2008 SMK St Michael, Ipoh AUSMAT life gave me the best of both worlds, in terms of 50% coursework & assignments and 50% exam, and also in terms of fun and studies. With dedicated and loving lecturers, and fun-filled learning methods, everything in AUSMAT is interesting and enjoyable. In just a year, I’ve gained knowledge and excelled academically. I’ve also learnt to organise events and serve the society. Both of these are essential in building a person’s character. All this in AUSMAT – WORTH! Tan Shu Yi Recipient of AUSMAT Shield of Excellence award 2009 Bachelor of Chiropractic, IMU AUSMAT 2009 SMK Taman Sea, Petaling Jaya AUSMAT has been enriching, momentous and rewarding. A pre-university option that has the flexibility and depth in terms of subjects. The lecturers are perpetually assessing each and every student throughout the course of the year. Saying that I am grateful or indebted to them would only be an insult. I must add that the course has a regulated system to ensure optimum performance for each student. Students will not be left to fend for themselves. In fact if anything, the lecturers make a dedicated effort to promote, support and direct students. Most importantly, I feel that the momentum that was gradually developed through minor tests to major examinations gave me time to adapt and become accustomed to the rigours and tribulations of a more intense academic environment. This will certainly serve me well in my university years. AUSMAT supplements the student with the maturity and guidance he or she needs to become a full-fledged, informed adult who takes education into their own hands in university. Sudharsan Thiruvengadam Recipient of 2009 Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for English Aerospace Engineering Australian National University AUSMAT 2009 St Joseph’s Institution, Singapore

Current AUSMAT students
It is a complete inverse of our secondary school education especially SPM. Although it is quite difficult for us to adjust to this sudden change in teaching and learning process, however, we have coped because of the help of all the kind and helpful lecturers. We really appreciated it! Moreover, the brainstorming discussions and class presentations have really opened our minds and boosted our self-confidence. This experience has simultaneously helped us forge strong bond of friendships. Tan Vi Vian SMK Syeikh Abdul Ghani, Bidor, Perak Lee Mei Yun SMK Infant Jesus Convent, Melaka Choo Fei Jing SMK St Anthony, Sarikei, Sarawak

I believe the AUSMAT programme is a carefully designed course for students at this age. The knowledge we garner is exceedingly practical. The learning is amazingly interactive. Drama performances, forums, class debates and presentations were definitely fun and an integral part of learning. Little dry memorising was required as those key notes were already prepared for in the Data Sheet. The teachers are young and communicable with people of our age. Daniel Yeoh Zi Yi Recipient of AUSMAT Academic High Achievement 2010 SMK Gajah Berang, Melaka

AUSMAT can be challenging and fun! The programme forces me to think out of the box, there are no more scheme answers, no more formats, no more textbooks. We have to apply our creative thinking skills for every problem. But the lecturers make it so fun! Siti Noor Ain Badroon SM Sains Seri Puteri Kuala Lumpur

AUSMAT questions are all about application. Through this programme, we know the ways of applying knowledge in our daily lives and not only memorising. We start to think of how the natural phenomenon around us works and why is it like that. The crux is that we start to link our knowledge to the things that are going on around us. This really makes us to be better in decision making and judgement. AUSMAT is very different from SPM. We are required to have excellent critical thinking to analyse any study materials that are given to us. Sometimes we even need to “read between the lines”. AUSMAT really provokes our thinking and sometimes I feel like we become more mature after each and every assignment for every subject. Chan Wun Yhee SMK Sultanah Engku Tun Aminah, JB

Well everything about this course is great. There is a significant difference in how subjects are taught in school and in Sun-U. Here, we are taught to be more interactive among each other. Often, there are group discussions which allow me to lay down our ideas and then later we would debate about it and finally pick out the best idea. We learn to analyse materials differently and think out of the box. In short, we learn to be more mature than before. I personally was amazed with how well our English drama turned out because it was something we do not do often and I am glad to be given the opportunity to perform. The lecturers are all awesome in the way they teach as they are open to arguments from us and explain to us in a very professional manner. ALL of them teach amazingly and they make learning fun. Gosh I love AUSMAT SO MUCH! Gurpreet Singh SMK Tinggi Kluang, Kluang, Johor

Accolades for AUSMAT
Sharmila Sathianathan, 2005 Yeoh Xiao Jing, 2005
Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for Chemistry Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for Accounting Sunway University College, 2006 Top School Award - Business Educators of Western Australia (BEWA) Accounting Competition

Brenda Chan Qing Wen, 2008 Low Zoey, 2008

Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for Accounting Curriculum Council Special Subject Award for Malay Advanced Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for Malay Advanced Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for English as an Additional Language and Dialect

Arjun Sivanesan, 2006

First Place -Business Educators of Western Australia (BEWA) Accounting Competition

Chua Wei Han, 2008

Distinction in the Business Educators of Western Australia (BEWA) Accounting Competition

Chelfi Chua Zhi Fei, 2006

Curriculum Council Special Subject Award for Chemistry Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for Chemistry

Heng Xin Yi, 2008

Distinction in the Business Educators of Western Australia (BEWA) Accounting Competition

Chong Wen Khang, 2006

Curriculum Council Special Subject Award for Chemistry Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for Chemistry

Lim Jit Ye, 2008

Distinction in the Business Educators of Western Australia (BEWA) Accounting Competition

Christina Ooi Chel See, 2006

Curriculum Council Special Subject Award for English as a Second Language Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for English as a Second Language

Tan Soon Tek, 2009

Han Yuet Ling, 2006 Lim Sue Lyn, 2006

Second Prize in the Business Educators of Western Australia (BEWA) Accounting Competition Distinction in the Business Educators of Western Australia (BEWA) Accounting Competition

Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for Accounting Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for Accounting

Timothy Chong Yeow Voon, 2009

Distinction in the Business Educators of Western Australia (BEWA) Accounting Competition

Ho Yun Ying, 2006 Ng Ee Liang, 2006

Fonseka Ko Wan Loo, 2009

Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for Chemistry Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for Chemistry

Distinction in the Business Educators of Western Australia (BEWA) Accounting Competition

Sum Pui Yeng, 2009

Sharon Wong Leh Ing, 2006

Distinction in the Business Educators of Western Australia (BEWA) Accounting Competition

Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for Chemistry

Chia Yoon Yoong, 2009

Christina Ooi Chel See, 2006 Ivy Chiang, 2006

Distinction in the Business Educators of Western Australia (BEWA) Accounting Competition

Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for Chemistry Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for Chemistry

Tee Ee Tien, 2009

Distinction in the Business Educators of Western Australia (BEWA) Accounting Competition

Lim Li Ping, 2006

Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for Chemistry

Kong Yue Ning, 2009

Ravind Singh a/p Aram Singh, 2006 Chew Li Suan, 2006

Distinction in the Business Educators of Western Australia (BEWA) Accounting Competition

Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for Chemistry Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for Chemistry

Hong Xing Wei, 2009

Distinction in the Business Educators of Western Australia (BEWA) Accounting Competition

Afrah Mohd Yasin, 2006 Kong Yue Jin, 2006

Cho Wai Hong, 2009

Curriculum Council Special Subject Award for Malay Advanced Curriculum Council Special Subject Award for Malay Advanced

Distinction in the Business Educators of Western Australia (BEWA) Accounting Competition

Ng Wee Hong, 2009

Chin Hui Ling, 2007

Distinction in the Business Educators of Western Australia (BEWA) Accounting Competition

Curriculum Council Subject Award for Accounting Distinction in the Business Educators of Western Australia (BEWA) Accounting Competition

Wong Jun Mun, 2009

Distinction in the Business Educators of Western Australia (BEWA) Accounting Competition

Lee Fei Yee, 2007

Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for Chemistry Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for Biology

Tan Kieam Sem, 2009

Distinction in the Business Educators of Western Australia (BEWA) Accounting Competition

Chin Hui Ling, 2007

Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for Accounting

Manisharaj Rannu, 2010 Sudhaishan Thiu, 2010

Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for Chemistry Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for English

Lim Guang Wei, Jonathan, 2007

Curriculum Council Special Certificate of Distinction for English as a Second Language

Choice of Subjects
We strongly recommend students to take the suggested subject combination to fulfil the prerequisite requirement of the choice of undergraduate programmes they wish to pursue:

Commerce
Mathematics

Engineering
Mathematics Specialist Mathematics Physics

Computer Science
Mathematics

Marine Biology
Mathematics

Biomedical Science
Mathematics Chemistry

Nanotechnology
Mathematics Specialist Physics (required for physics and engineering science streams)

Dentistry
Physics Chemistry Mathematics Specialist or Mathematics

Psychology
Mathematics Biological Science

Curtin Bursary
Exclusively for Sunway Ausmat Students
Only for Sunway AUSMAT students, Curtin University, Australia, is offering special bursary programmes to those interested in pursuing their undergraduate studies at the renowned university. Qualified students interested in health sciences and business have the opportunity to receive:

AUD 13,700 AUD 11,500

bursary towards tuition fees offered by Curtin Faculty of Health Sciences

bursary towards tuition fees offered by Curtin Business School

OUR PROGRAMMES
PRE-UNIVERSITY STUDIES • Australian Matriculation • Cambridge GCE A Level • Canadian International Matriculation Programme • Monash University Foundation Year • Sunway Foundation in Arts DIPLOMA & DEGREE PROGRAMMES • Diploma in Business Administration • Diploma in Information Technology • Diploma in Graphic & Multimedia Design • Diploma in Interior Design • Diploma in Fine Art • Diploma in Nursing • Diploma in Hotel Management • Diploma in Tourism Management • Diploma in Events Management • Diploma in Performing Arts • BSc (Hons) Accounting & Finance • BSc (Hons) Business Management • BSc (Hons) Business Studies • BSc (Hons) Information Systems • BSc (Hons) Information Technology • BSc (Hons) International Hospitality Management • BSc (Hons) Psychology AMERICAN DEGREE TRANSFER PROGRAM (ARTS) AMERICAN DEGREE TRANSFER PROGRAM (SCIENCE/ENGINEERING) (Majors in Business, Actuarial Science, Communication, Forensic Science, Biomedical Science, Psychology, Engineering, Aviation, Computer Science, Architecture) BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (TWINNING PROGRAMMES / 3+0) (Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia) • Accounting, Banking & Finance, Financial Risk Management, International Trade and Marketing POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES • Masters in Management • Masters in Money, Banking & Finance • MSc in Computer Science (by research) MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA) Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia SUNWAY UNIVERSITY COLLEGE (KPT/JPT/DFT/US/B15)
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PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING PROGRAMMES • Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) • Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) • Certificate in Finance, Accounting & Business (CFAB) • The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW) ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAMMES • Intensive English Programme (IEP) • International English Language Testing Systems (IELTS)

All information is correct at the time of printing (Dec 2010)