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|주 소 :||Bangunan KWSP No.3, Changkat Raja Chulan, Off Jalan Raja Chulan, 50200 Kuala Lumpur.|
학교정보 | Introduce
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Higher institutes of learning should be made accessible to all. That was the basis which formed Olympia College back in 1995. A member of the established Raffles Education Group, we have expanded from the main campus in Kuala Lumpur to include campuses in Petaling Jaya, Ipoh, Penang, Kuantan and Johor Bahru.
Students are given the opportunity to learn in and out of the lecture halls. With qualified lecturers to guide them, many have found career satisfaction as professionals in Business Management, Hospitality, Finance, Multimedia, Public Relations & Advertising, and Human Resource Management.
Keeping with the principle that everyone should be able to enjoy education, all 6 Olympia College centres offer certificates, pre- university, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. These programmes lead to external awards from United Kingdom, United States, Switzerland, Canada and Australian institutions that Olympia is affiliated with.
As education evolves, we constantly reinvent our curriculum to be relevant to industries within Malaysia and the international playing field. Testament to our efforts, Olympia College was awarded the “Education Excellence Awards for Best Large College Category” by National Association of Private Education Institution (NAPEI) in 2005 and 2010.
English As A Second Language KP/JPS(KKP0199)06/14
Skill Programmes under JPK (Program Kemahiran JPK)
Foundation in Business JPT/BPP (K) 1000-600/WP173(6)N/010/3/0062)04/17
Certified Accounting Technician JPT/BPP (KA 4435) 04/15
Certificate in Executive Secretaryship JPT/BPP (A3509) 08/11
Certificate in Hotel Operations KPT/JPS(KA 5173) 06/10
Certificate in Information Communication Technology JPT/BPP (KA 6897) 07/16
Certificate In Commerce JPT/BPP (PA 0202) 03/16
Diploma in Business Studies KP/JPS (A 3682) 11/12
Diploma in Information Technology JPT/BPP (KR 11281) 05/15
Diploma in Business Management KPT/JPS (KA 8948)10/13
Diploma in Hotel Management JPT/BPP (PA10842) 08/12
Executive Diploma in Business Management JPT/BPP (K) 1000-600/P725 (81) (N/345/4/0048) 07/16
Master of Business Administration(Asia e University) KPT/JPS (KN 9102) 4/13, A 9102
Master of Education KPT/JPS (KN 9151) 8/13, A 9151
Doctor of Business Administration KPT/JPS (KA 9673) 4/14, PA 9673
|도시설명||Malaysia in Brief
Part of the South-East Asia continent, Malaysia consists of 13 states which are Johor, Kedah, Kelantan, Melaka, Negeri Sembilan, Pahang, Perak, Perlis, Pulau Pinang, Terengganu, Selangor ,Sabah and Sarawak and 3 Federal Territories which are Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan.
Its people are a mix of Malay, Chinese, Indian and the Indigenous peoples. All with different cultures, beliefs and lifestyle yet Malaysians are tolerant of each other and live in peace. Islam is the country’s official religion but citizens are guaranteed the freedom to worship.
Geographically, the country is relatively free of natural disasters and its tropical weather attracts many tourists. Temperatures are usually between 20-30°C (68-86°F). The region has a monsoonal climate, but only the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia has a real rainy season. The wettest season on the west coast of the peninsula is between September and December; on the east coast and in Sabah and Sarawak it is between October and February.
It is not too much to say that Malaysia appeals to almost anyone with its offerings. For example, city lights and socially alive Kuala Lumpur, breezy hills of Cameron Highlands, sand and sea of the East Coast, wildlife and one of South East Asia’s highest mountains, Mount Kinabalu in East Malaysia.
No one really leaves Malaysia without being treated to a wide range of food. Each cuisine brings a different experience. Depending on the occasion and budget, you can dine in five-star hotels, food courts, 'kopitiam' (Chinese coffee shops), restaurants, fast food outlets or by the roadside.
The Malaysian Ringgit (RM) is issued in notes from RM1 to RM100 and coins. Major credit cards are accepted in cities and large towns. All commercial banks are authorized foreign exchange dealers, and licensed money changers can be found in urban centres, key entry/exit points and shopping complexes.
The Malaysian flag upholds the country and its people’s identity. It consists of 14 fourteen red and white stripes representing the 13 states of Malaysia. The left top corner blue represents the unity of the people while the crescent in the blue canton represents Islam, the national religion. A star with fourteen points again signifies the 13 states of the federation with the federal government. The colour yellow is the colour of royalty.
|학교시설||Front Desk-Reception Area
|기후조건||Geographically, the country is relatively free of natural disasters and its tropical weather attracts many tourists.
Temperatures are usually between 20-30°C (68-86°F).
The region has a monsoonal climate, but only the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia has a real rainy season.
The wettest season on the west coast of the peninsula is between September and December; on the east coast and in Sabah and Sarawak it is between October and February.
프로그램 | PROGRAM
- English Language Courses
A three month programme that comprises 10 modules of English As A Second Language (ESL) prepares students to be more confident with speaking and writing the English language. There are four levels of the ESL programme:
With 240 hours of coaching, participants would be able to achieve these objectives:
Speak, read and write confidently
Write English with minimal or no grammatical errors
Expand their vocabulary by 1500 words
Summarise given passages
Understand more difficult passages and answer questions posed
Total Contact Hours - 240 hours
No. of learning activities per day - 5 hours
No. of hours per week (4 x 5 days) - 20 hours
No. of hours per month (20 x 4 weeks) - 80 hours
No. of hours for 3 months (12 weeks) - 240 hours
ESL Basic - 3 Months (240 hours)
ESL Elementary - 3 Months (240 hours)
ESL Intermediate - 3 Months (240 hours)
ESL Advanced - 3 Months* (180 hours) * Preparation for IELTS Examination
Basic, Elementary and Intermediate Levels:
Speaking (Effective Communication Activities)
Speaking (Effective Communication Activities)
Up to 20 hours of teaching and learning a week
Maximum 25 students in each class
One-to-one guidance for weaker students
Regular tests for evaluation
Access to multimedia lab with Internet facilities
Updated resources in the library
Study related activities like field trips, educational visits and membership to college societies (where applicable)
Pastoral care and student counselling (International Students Club)
Grading & Assessment- Please refer to college
Raffles Certificate in English as a Second Language
About Olympia's School of Language Studies
An independent school within Olympia College established since 1971, it coaches adults who want to learn English for a better job, improve communication in the global marketplace or simply to prepare for higher education. Taking the modular approach of incorporating all 10 language components, teaching comprises role-playing, audio-visual support, interactive communications, discussions, computer aided lessons to enable students to master the language in a more engaging way.
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