Check if you meet the admission requirements for the program and English proficiency requirement.


Online application form - You can fill out your application form at your own pace and can return to work on the same as often as you like until you submit it. Just remember to save the information before you logout after each session. You may also download a copy of the application form first and then submit your online application later. However, please note that we do not accept hardcopy of the application forms.

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  • What resources will I have access to?

You will have full access to a dedicated online library service, which includes all materials required to complete the program, as well as personal assistance to access reference materials and electronic documents.

Recommended or optional reading materials are also available through the online library.


  • How much time should I set aside for study per week?

This differs from student to student, depending upon their academic ability and learning style. As a general guide, a typical 4-credit course has a student learning time (SLT) of around 160 hours or about 12 hours per week. Students who develop an effective learning style may require less effort to achieve the stated learning outcomes.


  • How many subjects can I take at any one time?

You will be provided with a study plan at the start of the programme that will allow you to complete your degree in a reasonable timeframe. For postgraduate programmes, you can normally complete 2 subjects at the same time. For undergraduate programmes, you can normally complete 2 to 3 subjects at a time.


  • How quickly can I complete my program?

This depends on the total number of subjects you are required to complete your program and the rate at which you complete those subjects.


A Master’s degree requires the completion of 12 subjects. On average, a typical student completes six subjects per year, therefore completing the program in about two years.


Our Flexi-Pace model allows a learner to control the pace of program completion.


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