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WHAT ARE MICRO-CREDENTIALS?

Micro-credentials are short courses that are designed to build professional skills relevant to your career in rapidly growing industries and allow you to pursue further study in a specialised field.

How do micro-credential work?

Learn online with experts

Study online courses over 12-16 weeks, created by subject experts and with dedicated support throughout.

Complete project-based assessments

Test your understanding as you progress towards a final assessment.

Earn a professional credential

Finish your learning and pass your assessments to gain a certificate of completion.

CHOOSE YOUR MICRO-CREDENTIAL PROGRAMMES

Sunway College Kuching has a series of Micro-credential short courses that are designed to build professional skills relevant to your career in rapidly growing industries and allow you to pursue further study via credit transfer into our Diploma in Accounting or Diploma in Business Management programme upon meeting all the terms and conditions.

Some frequently asked questions.

1. Do the minimum entry requirements for academic programmes apply to MCs from accredited programmes?

No formal entry requirements to enrol in an MC. However, if the learners want to use the MC/MCs to gain an award/qualification, then he/she must meet the minimum qualification before the award.

2. Must the MCs be offered as online courses?

No. MCs can be offered it as conventional/traditional course or ODL or a combination.

3. Can a HEP offer bundles of the academic programmes as a series of MCs to working adults? 

That is precisely the objective – to unbundle academic programmes and offer to non-traditional learners.

4. Can these MCs be recognised i.e. given credits if these learners enrol in academic programmes? 

Yes, recognition can be given. The guideline describes different MC conditions and the recognition that can be provided.

  1. Where MCs are considered a part of an accredited programme, the MC is treated as completion of credit if tendered to the same Higher Education Partner (HEP).
  2. Where the MC is not considered a part of an accredited programme, it can be tendered to any Higher Education Partner (HEP) for credit transfer.
  3. Where the MC is standalone, it can be tendered under APEL C mechanism for credit recognition

Duration (per programme)          :               12-16 weeks

Intake                                                       :               January, April, July, October

Credits (per programme)             :               3

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