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SCHOOL OF GREEN SCIENCE
	 Green Building(PA2479)
	 Green Technology Management(PA0991)
SCHOOL OF HOSPITALITY
	 Hospitality...
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Diploma In
Green Building(PA2479)
The course aims to create professionals that are competent in transforming and
managin...
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1st year
• Business English
• Fundamental Physics
• Fundamental of Engineering Economy
• Fundamental Chemistry
• Basic E...
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Diploma In
Green Technology Management(PA0991)
The course aims to create professionals that are competent in reshaping a...
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CAREER PROSPECTS
• System coordinators
• Technology planners
• Administrators in green-related 		
	companies
• Coordinat...
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Diploma In
Hospitality and Tourism Management(A8930)
The Hospitality industry incorporates everything from the service i...
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CAREER PROSPECTS
Graduates in hospitality and tourism
management will be able to work in
many different industries such ...
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Certificate In
Hospitality Cruise Management(JPT/BPP(K)1000-600/WP143JLD3(19))
The course is designed to equip students ...
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CAREER PROSPECTS
Graduates in hospitality and tourism
management will be able to work in
many diferent industries such a...
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Certificate In
Licensed Tourist Guide(HT-023-3)(JPK PB:L01965)
A licensed tourist guide is designated to lead tours wit...
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CAREER PROSPECTS
Graduates in Certificate Licensed Tourist
Guide will be able to work as:
TOURIST GUIDE JOB OPPORTUNITY...
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Diploma In
Business Management(A6834)
The course aims to create professionals that have strong foundation in management...
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1st year
• Business English
• Microeconomic
• Financial Management
• Accounting for Cost
• Business Statistics
• Introd...
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Certificate In
English (IELTS Preparation Course)(A6834)
IELTS is owned by a global partnership of education and langua...
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Band 6: Competent user: has generally effective command of the language despite
some inaccuracies, inappropriacies and ...
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Photo Gallery
College Environment
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Photo Gallery
Student Activities
Halloween Party
on 31 October.
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GREEN Activities
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Photo Gallery
Students’ Life Onboard
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Work Hard,
Play Harder.
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Cruise Career Placement Assistance
Our Successful Story
Muhammad Kamal
Ramli, NCL Cruise
Anthony Muthu Leonard,
CCL Cru...
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Yep Shao Qi,
CCL Cruise
Rakesh Nadesan,
NCL Cruise
Suji Kunasegaran,
CCL Cruise
Deepak Acchami,
NCL Cruise
Bikash Shres...
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Financial Aids
Study Loans & Scholarship
Malaysian Students
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There are ample study ...
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Greencity International College Orientation
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Greencity International College Orientation

  1. 1. SCHOOL OF GREEN SCIENCE Green Building(PA2479) Green Technology Management(PA0991) SCHOOL OF HOSPITALITY Hospitality and Tourism Management(A8930) Hospitality Cruise Management(JPT/BPP(K)1000-600/WP143JLD3(19)) Licensed Tourist Guide – Level 3(HT-023-3) (JPK PB:L01965) SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Business Management(A6834) SCHOOL OF LANGUAGE English (IELTS preparation course)(A6834) PHOTO GALLERY College Environment Student Activities Students’ Life Onboard CAREER PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE Our Successful Story FINANCIAL AIDS Study Loans & Scholarship 2–3 4–5 6–7 8–9 10–11 12–13 14–15 16–17 18–19 20–21 22–23 24
  2. 2. 2 Diploma In Green Building(PA2479) The course aims to create professionals that are competent in transforming and managing building designs and construction with green considerations. Beside the tremendous quantity of construction materials that have been extracted from earth and transported to building sites, construction concrete dwellings are excessively consuming our limited nonrenewable fossil fuels. The energy required to cool and heat buildings, running appliances and other gadgets is reaching an alarming stage. Meanwhile 40% of global greenhouse gases are released from building construction. Hence, the demand for green building professionals is on the rise. Graduates will be equipped with professionalism, knowledge and skills to cater for the lucrative market demands from the perspective of architecture and engineering. The course emphasizes on green building delivery and life cycle which includes strategic planning/needs analysis, design review and post-occupancy evaluation. The students are expected to master the fundamental areas of building design which involve ecology, architecture and community, health and building environment and sustainability in building resources and operation. By completing this course the students will be able to: • Provide technical knowledge and skills in sustainable Building Services • Explain principles of building design, implementation, operation and commissioning • Understand the principles and the use of renewable energy sources • Understand the fundamental concepts of sustainable design and green building practices ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: SPM / O Levels / UEC or equivalent (3 credits) DURATION: 2 1/2 years INTAKES: Jan, April, June & August. SOFT INTAKES: March, May, July & November.
  3. 3. 3 1st year • Business English • Fundamental Physics • Fundamental of Engineering Economy • Fundamental Chemistry • Basic Engineering Mathematics • Introduction to Environmental Policy & Planning • Introduction to Green Building • Waste Management: Theory and Policy • Sustainable Building Design • Introduction to Building Performance • Fundamental of Drafting & CAD • Fundamental of Indoor Air Quality • Ethics for Built Environment CAREER PROSPECTS • Energy Efficient Builder • Urban Planner • Sustainability Systems Developer • Environmental and renewable energy consultants • Campaign and event managers COURSE MODULESCOURSE MODULES CAREER FURTHER STUDIES PATHWAY All Greencity International College students are encouraged to continue their degree studies in the respective field after their completion of their Diploma programmes. Currently, Greencity has already established international academic collaborations with various Universities and Colleges internationally and all students are encouraged to seek advice and counseling from their Head of Programme in order to determine the most suitable path. • Eco-artists • Holistic passive solar building designers • Solar energy engineers and installers • Wind energy engineers and installers • Ecology educators 2nd year • Building Services and Sustainability • Introduction to Energy Management • Basic Construction Materials & Sustainability • 3D Modelling & Construction • Fundamental of Geotechnics and Geotechnology • Introduction to Value Management Construction • Fundamentals of Structural System and Design • Sustainable Facility Management • Basic Occupational Safety and Health • Project Management • Building Control System • HVAC Fundamentals • Final Year Project • Sanitation Services for Buildings • Introduction to Urban Design and Development 3rd year • Industrial Attachment MQA subjects • Bahasa Kebangsaan • Pengajian Moral/Islam • Pengajian Malaysia • Bahasa Komunikasi 2 (International Student)
  4. 4. 4 Diploma In Green Technology Management(PA0991) The course aims to create professionals that are competent in reshaping and managing business models through green considerations. Many international alliances have launched Green adoption in business and industry practices. Meanwhile environmental sustainability in the contemporary business process has become signiicantly important. Proper green technology utilization as simple as using a video conference instead of a physical business trip can reduce energy consumption more than 50% and emails instead of postal mails can reduce greenhouse gases up to 98%. Competency in managing green technologies as business practices is the vital component of business branding that attracts financing and enhances organization competitiveness. This course introduces the students to the existing approaches of incorporating environmental consideration into business planning, organizing, leading, controlling, strategic management and improvement in organizations with a speciic focus on identifying and managing trade-ofs between environment and business goals. It also explores key scientiic and technical principles underlying environmental technology and contemporary practices. This course will equip students with knowledge about the issues of development and environment. The students will also understand the functions of science and technology as well as the responsibilities of various forces globally. After completing this course the students will be able to: • Formulate strategic solutions for decision-making in addressing sustainability issues • Understand the importance of management information system in achieving sustainability • Apprehend Information System to environmental and economic problems • Analyze empirical data to understand energy choices made by policy makers • Define management of organizational so that the objectives achieved. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: SPM / O Levels / UEC or equivalent (3 credits) DURATION: 2 1/2 years INTAKES: Jan, April, June & August. SOFT INTAKES: March, May, July & November.
  5. 5. 5 CAREER PROSPECTS • System coordinators • Technology planners • Administrators in green-related companies • Coordinators and administrators in green-related irms and manufacturers CAREER FURTHER STUDIES PATHWAY All Greencity International College students are encouraged to continue their degree studies in the respective field after their completion of their Diploma programmes. Currently Greencity has already established international academic collaborations with various Universities and Colleges internationally and all students are encouraged to seek advice and counseling from their Head of Programmes in order to determine the most suitable paths. • Industrial players in green–product manufacturing companies / factories. • Various jobs in the area of renewable energy area • Management personnel in green town planning, energy management and recycle industries COURSE MODULES 1st year • Waste Management: Theory and Policy • Business English • Introduction to Green Technology Management • Calculus • Principals of Management • Introduction to Quality Management • Physics Fundamentals • Introduction to Environmental Policy and Planning • Quantitative Method • Consumer Behavior • Basic Accounting • Pollution Control 2nd year • Research and Case Methodology • Sustainable Development: Theory and Policy • Energy Environment and Society • Introduction to Environmental History • Geotechnology and Earth catastrophes • Introduction to Urban Design and Development • Engineering and Society • Professional Skills • Corporate Environmental Management Information System • Fundamental of Public Policy • Introduction to Building Technology • Introduction to Energy Economics 3rd year • Industrial Attachment MQA subjects • Bahasa Kebangsaan • Pengajian Moral/Islam • Pengajian Malaysia • Bahasa Komunikasi 2 (International Student)
  6. 6. 6 Diploma In Hospitality and Tourism Management(A8930) The Hospitality industry incorporates everything from the service industry which includes lodging, restaurants, events planning, theme parks, transportation, tourism industry, restaurants and hotels. The job positions include servers, housekeeper, porters, commis, front office, customer service, bartenders and other related positions such as marketing and human resources. This course educates students about the principles, social etiquette, concepts, phrases, expressions, sentence structures and the vocabulary needed for Hospitality and Tourism industry. The course also equips aspiring students with knowledge about hotel management, tourism management and hotel administration, marketing, human resource management and public relations. The advantages of taking these courses are stated as follows: • The students are familiarized with the necessary principles of management and service standards. • The students are educated and trained in restaurants, hotels, resorts, theme park, the kitchen and various related positions. • The development of students social and interpersonal skills, communication skills and social etiquette. • Going for internship in order to gain real life experience for practical enhancement. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: SPM / O Levels / UEC or equivalent (3 credits) DURATION: 2 1/2 years INTAKES: Jan, April, June & August. SOFT INTAKES: March, May, July & November.
  7. 7. 7 CAREER PROSPECTS Graduates in hospitality and tourism management will be able to work in many different industries such as: CAREER FURTHER STUDIES PATHWAY All Greencity International College students are encouraged to continue their degree studies in the respective field after their completion of their Diploma programmes. Currently Greencity has already established international academic collaborations with various Universities and Colleges internationally and all students are encouraged to seek advice and counseling from their Head of Programmes in order to determine the most suitable path. ADD-ON PROGRAMME (optional) • Certificate in Hospitality Cruise Management (JPT/BPP(K)1000-600/WP143JLD3(19)) • Hotels and resorts • Food and beverage services • Convention and events • Recreation and theme park • International restaurants • Certificate In Licensed Tourist Guide (HT-023-3) COURSE MODULES 1st year • Introduction to Hospitality Industry • Food Studies • Introduction to Information Systems and Management • English for Hospitality Industry • Tourism Environment • Introduction to Management • Principles of Accounting • Event Management • Kitchen Management • Food and Beverage Service • Hotel and Tourism Marketing 2nd year • Front Office Operations • Housekeeping Management • Hospitality and Tourism Economics • Room Division Management • Travel Agency Management • Tourism Planning and Management • Food and Beverage Management • Hospitality Human Resource Management • Tour Planning and Management • Travel and Tour Agency Management • Food and Beverage Cost Control • Hospitality Law 3rd year • Industrial Attachment MQA subjects • Bahasa Kebangsaan • Pengajian Moral/Islam • Pengajian Malaysia • Bahasa Komunikasi 2 (International Student)
  8. 8. 8 Certificate In Hospitality Cruise Management(JPT/BPP(K)1000-600/WP143JLD3(19)) The course is designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills needed for a successful career in the hospitality operations part of a cruise, as well as providing an essential understanding of elements relating to life and work on a cruise ship. Besides from the Sea-based hospitality knowledge, students are also equip with knowledge on the general hospitality content for the land-based industry as well. Therefore this course will provide the best of both worlds, be it in the sea or on the land. In addition to being introduced to the wider world of the cruise industry, its history, players, customers, regulations, concerns such as safety, security, professionalism etc., students will be studying specialist operational elements such as front office, customer service, effective communication, essential information technology skills etc. Students who complete the Certificate course can choose to continue their career pathway via the following options; • To start serving on board the Cruise liners. • To start serving the Hotel and Food and Beverage service industry. • To continue their studies with Greencity Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management (provided students meet the academic entry requirements). This course, is headed by an experienced and accomplished professional in hospitality operations will also include guest lectures by cruise industry professionals, visitations to the land-based hospitality industry (hotels and food and beverage services outlets), guest speakers from the professionals in the Cruise industry in order to ensure an engaging delivery of the latest knowledge and methodology in this exciting industry. Students after completing their in house studies and in house practical skills, they will be given the opportunity to gain insight and confidence in the hospitality industry by completing a certain period of industry placement at a hotel or western restaurant. This internship placement is an important element of the course and will enable the students to put the correct theoretical knowledge and skills which they have gained during their studies into professional practice. An important part of their placement will be the written portfolio which all students must submit at the end of their industry internship placement. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: • Completion of Secondary School. • No Criminal record • Medically certified • Age between 20 – 32 DURATION: 12 months INTAKES: Monthly
  9. 9. 9 CAREER PROSPECTS Graduates in hospitality and tourism management will be able to work in many diferent industries such as: CRUISE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Royal Caribbean Cruises • Celebrity Cruises • Carnival Cruises • Norwegian Cruises • Azamara Cruises • Princess Cruises • Hotels and resorts • Food and beverage services • Convention and event • Recreation and theme park • International restaurant • International Cruise Liner • Costa Cruises • Louis Cruises • Disney Cruise Line • Crystal Cruises • Holland America Line • Star Cruises COURSE MODULES • Module 1: Program introduction and nautical studies • Module 2: Culinary skills – Basic • Module 3: Culinary skills – Advance • Module 4: Food & Beverage Services • Module 5: Customer service & Inter personal skills • Module 6: Hospitality English & interview technique • Industrial Attachment Upon Completion • PRE SCREEN INTERVIEW • FINAL INTERVIEW
  10. 10. 10 Certificate In Licensed Tourist Guide(HT-023-3)(JPK PB:L01965) A licensed tourist guide is designated to lead tours within the country for the purpose of sightseeing excursion, business, convention, education, etc • Adventure, recreation and other activities undertaken by tourists • A professional tourist guide can also be a tour leader to lead oversea tours • This profession is highly challenging and rewarding • Make a positive change for a better life • Secure employment even during the global recession Benefits of a tourist guide: • A flexible and HIGH INCOME career (Above RM5000 per month) • A professional registered under Kementerian Pelancongan dan Kebudayaan MALAYSIA • No retirement age • Huge demand in the tour guide industry • Enjoy FREE Travel for your live • Possible to work PART TIME ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: • Malaysian and • MCE, UEC, SPM with 6 passes (inclusive of Bahasa Malaysia and Sejarah) or • Diploma Or Degree accredited by MQA or • 5 Years working experience in Tourism Industry DURATION: 6 months INTAKES: Monthly EXAM: April, August and December.
  11. 11. 11 CAREER PROSPECTS Graduates in Certificate Licensed Tourist Guide will be able to work as: TOURIST GUIDE JOB OPPORTUNITY INBOUND • Taksina Travel & Services • YC Travel • Freestyle Holiday • Tourist Guide • Tour Leader • Event Organizer • Travel or Hotel Operation Manager OUTBOUND • Golbalite Tour • Klang Valley • Eden Holidays COURSE MODULES 6 months • Module 1: Tourist guide professionalism • Module 2: Geography and nature of Malaysia • Module 3: History of Malaysia • Module 4: Cultures of Malaysia • Module 5: Government system of Malaysia • Module 6: Industries of Malaysia • Module 7: Agro-based industries of Malaysia • Module 8: Cottage industry of Malaysia • Module 9: Transportation & communication system • Module 10: Destinations and knowledge of Malaysia • Module 11: Tourism products of Malaysia • Module 12: Events, festivals and entertainment of Malaysia • Module 13: Cuisine, dining, and gourmet • Module 14: Pre-tour arrangement • Module 15: Tour transport • Module 16: Pre tour arrangement • Module 17: Meet and greet • Module 18: Customer service • Module 19: Handling tourist’s special needs • Module 20: Optional tour • Module 21: Safety and security • Module 22: Contingency plans • Module 23: Tour reports Additional • 3-City Practical Coach Training • 3 Days 2 Nights Overland Tour (One Trip)
  12. 12. 12 Diploma In Business Management(A6834) The course aims to create professionals that have strong foundation in management and business practices. Business Management is concerned with operating an organisation with the objective of making profit or providing value to stakeholders such as shareholders, customers, or the general public. In today’s competitive business world innovative management skills are needed to sustain the business operation. To ensure a sustainable business organization, highly skilled professionals are required to provide businesses with a competitive edge in international markets. Besides general business skills and theories students must be exposed to up-to-date actual business challenges with proper guidance from a team of experienced lecturers. In Greencity the lecturers from the school of Business have many years of teaching experience in delivering specific business management subjects. Not only will the students be trained to face the dynamic business management challenges with innovations they will also be exposed to up-to date real case studies by the team of experienced lecturers. The graduates of the course will be equipped with knowledge of human resource management, operations, information technology, financial expertise and marketing. They will have the ability to build their business management models and start to develop a more detailed understanding of how diferent parts of the business are managed. The students will develop people management skills and business problem solving. They will develop their abilities to run the business with knowledge and impeccable management skills at a strategic level by looking at financial management and the ability to explore their own business ideas and launch their own enterprise. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: SPM / O Levels / UEC or equivalent (3 credits) / Certificate in any related fields such as Business Administration, Management, Marketing, Human Resource, Accounting, Entrepreneurship and other equivalent level. DURATION: 2 1/2 years INTAKES: Jan, April, June & August. SOFT INTAKES: March, May, July & November.
  13. 13. 13 1st year • Business English • Microeconomic • Financial Management • Accounting for Cost • Business Statistics • Introduction to International Business • Principles of Management • Principles of Marketing • Basic Accounting • Business Writing CAREER PROSPECTS Graduates will have opportunity to be involved in careers in the private and public sector. They can undertake roles in management, finance, customer service, retail, tourism, sport, international business, or focus on their marketing specialization. In this case, graduates may decide to work ‘client-side’ or in a marketing agency or to specialize in a speciic area of marketing, such as direct or digital marketing, or consider a role in product and brand management, marketing research or business development. COURSE MODULESCOURSE MODULES CAREER FURTHER STUDIES PATHWAY All Greencity International College students are encouraged to continue their degree studies in the respective field after their completion of their Diploma programmes. Currently, Greencity has already established international academic collaboration with various Universities and Colleges internationally and all students are encouraged to seek advice and counseling from their Head of Programme in order to determine the most suitable path. • Human Resource Officer • Financial Analyst • Market Researcher • Administrative Support • Business Management Officer 2nd year • Business Mathematics • Introduction To Human Resource Management • Research and Case Methodology • Consumer Behaviour • Business Communication • Introduction to Entrepreneurship • Information System Management • Macroeconomics • Operations and Management • Ethics and Business Responsibilities • Fundamentals of Finance • Small Business Management • Business Law 3rd year • Business Projects • Strategic Management • Organisational Behaviour MQA subjects • Bahasa Kebangsaan • Pengajian Moral/Islam • Pengajian Malaysia • Bahasa Komunikasi 2 (International Student)
  14. 14. 14 Certificate In English (IELTS Preparation Course)(A6834) IELTS is owned by a global partnership of education and language experts: the British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and Cambridge English Language Assessment. These established organizations are dedicated to academic excellence, cultural understanding, student placement and enabling success globally. IELTS has been developed in close consultation with academics, professional bodies and immigration authorities from around the world. IELTS conforms to the highest international standards of language assessment. It tests the four language skills namely • Listening • Reading • Writing • Speaking IELTS is currently at the cutting edge of English language testing. The effectiveness of IELTS globally has been proven since 1989. IELTS test design has continued to incorporate advances in applied linguistics, language pedagogy, language assessment and technology. Recognition and Acceptance of IELTS Over 8,000 organisations in more than 135 countries rely on IELTS to help them to select the right people. These recognising organisations include: a. All universities and the vast majority of education providers in Australia, New Zealand and the UK, as well as most universities in Canada. b. More than 3,000 higher educational institutions and programmes in the US. c. Immigration authorities in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the UK. d. Professional registration bodies worldwide, covering areas such as accounting, engineering, law, medicine and nursing. Greencity International College IELTS Preparation Courses. DURATION: 12 months INTAKES: Monthly
  15. 15. 15 Band 6: Competent user: has generally effective command of the language despite some inaccuracies, inappropriacies and misunderstandings. Can use and understand fairly complex language, particularly in familiar situations. Band 5: Modest user: has partial command of the language, coping with overall meaning in most situations, though is likely to make many mistakes. Should be able to handle basic communication in own field. Band 4: Limited user: basic competence is limited to familiar situations. Has frequent problems in understanding and expression. Is not able to use complex language. Band 3: Extremely limited user: conveys and understands only general meaning in very familiar situations. Frequent breakdowns in communication occur. Band 2: Intermittent user: no real communication is possible except for the most basic information using isolated words or short formulae in familiar situations and to meet immediate needs. Has great difficulty understanding spoken and written English. Band 1: Non-user: essentially has no ability to use the language beyond possibly a few isolated words. IELTS | Institutions - IELTS band scores There is no pass or fail in IELTS. Candidates are graded on their performance, using scores from 1 to 9 for each part of the test – Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. The results from the four parts then produce an Overall Band Score. This unique 9-band system measures scores in a consistent manner – wherever and whenever the test is taken. It is internationally recognised and understood, giving you a reliable international currency. IELTS scores have a recommended validity period of two years. The IELTS 9-band scale Each band corresponds to a level of English competence. All parts of the test and the Overall Band Score can be reported in whole and half bands, eg 6.5, 7.0, 7.5, 8.0. Band 9: Expert user: has fully operational command of the language: appropriate, accurate and fluent with complete understanding. Band 8: Very good user: has fully operational command of the language with only occasional unsystematic inaccuracies and inappropriacies. Misunderstandings may occur in unfamiliar situations. Handles complex detailed argumentation well. Band 7: Good user: has operational command of the language, though with occasional inaccuracies, inappropriacies and misunderstandings in some situations. Generally handles complex language well and understands detailed reasoning. COURSE MODULESCOURSE MODULES
  16. 16. 16 Photo Gallery College Environment
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  18. 18. 18 Photo Gallery Student Activities Halloween Party on 31 October.
  19. 19. 19 GREEN Activities
  20. 20. 20 Photo Gallery Students’ Life Onboard
  21. 21. 21 Work Hard, Play Harder.
  22. 22. 22 Cruise Career Placement Assistance Our Successful Story Muhammad Kamal Ramli, NCL Cruise Anthony Muthu Leonard, CCL Cruise Chia Zi Xiang, CLB Cruise Louros Jared Celestine John, CCL Cruise Nicolas Loo Kha Ken, RCCL Cruise Balasubramaniam Kumaran, NCL Cruise Goh Yean Ling, CCL Cruise Kenuin Omar Dranney, CCL Cruise Loo Yin Ying, RCCL Cruise Chong Kah Kit, CCL Cruise Hew Yoon Yik, NCL Cruise Harnak Singh Harkaran Singh, NCL Cruise Yeap Ting Shing, CCL Cruise Fadhalli Hashim Daniel, CCL Cruise Kuan Li Hui, NCL Cruise Muniandy Jeyaram, NCL Cruise Lim Su Whei, CCL Cruise Lim Boon Hong, NCL Cruise Ratish Kumar Agarwal, NCL Cruise Jonathan Tan Yu Fei, CCL Cruise
  23. 23. 23 Yep Shao Qi, CCL Cruise Rakesh Nadesan, NCL Cruise Suji Kunasegaran, CCL Cruise Deepak Acchami, NCL Cruise Bikash Shrestha, NCL Cruise Carvin Wong Chee Seng, RCCL Cruise Kaunder Prasshant, CCL Cruise Manohasan Naidu Yugamani, NCL Cruise Wong Mee Hui, NCL Cruise Anand Gurung, CCL Cruise Sunil Khadka, NCL Cruise Son Merill Wei Sern, NCL Cruise Rohini Chhetri CCL Cruise Uttam Thapa, NCL Cruise Sebastian Joy, CCL Cruise Wingson Heng Yong Siang, RCCL Cruise Justin Lee Kin Wai, RCCL Cruise Goh Yean Ling, CCL Cruise Abu Saleh, NCL Cruise Ganesh Rajbhandari, NCL Cruise Laxmi Narayan, NCL Cruise Nirmall Raj Ethiraj, NCL Cruise Alisiwa Elly Sunuwar, CCL Cruise Deep Tamang, NCL Cruise Lok Bahadur Tamang, NCL Cruise We have placed more than 100 students.
  24. 24. 24 Financial Aids Study Loans & Scholarship Malaysian Students .................................... There are ample study loans which Malaysian students can apply to study in Greencity International College. Among them are; • PTPTN • MARA • Skim Prihatin Pendidikan 1Malaysia (SPP1M) • Putrajaya Perdana Scholarship • CIMB Education Loan • Perkeso Education Loan There are ample Loan and Scholarship opportunities for Malaysian students and they are encouraged to watch out for announcements, newspapers, or news media for additional updates on these loans and scholarships. International Students ......................................... For international students, they are encouraged to seek and apply for their loans in their home country before coming to Malaysia. There are some countries where students can obtain international study loans from their respective government agencies and banks in order to facilitate them to study in Malaysia. Therefore, international students are advised to seek for more information and assistance from their local government on this matter. International students have to understand that they must have sufficient funds to study in Malaysia. Some of the cost incurred: 1. Tuition Fees (to be paid yearly) 2. Accommodation fees 3. Living Expenses It is expected that students will need approximately USD 800 – USD 1000 per month for their living expenses and accommodation expenses. There are a number of international organizations who might assist international students with their studies abroad and international students are advised to check their credentials with their local government on these organizations.

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