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The Foundation in Arts programme at IUMW acts as a prerequisite for students who intend to pursue their degree within the fields of arts, humanities, business, law, media, social sciences, and information technology.
It provides students with a sound knowledge of politics, behavioural theory and social sciences, which is the basis for the development and in-depth knowledge of social work theory, social work practice, social policy and research.
The American Degree Transfer Program (ADTP) is a credit transfer program that gives students a fast track to American universities.
This programme is designed for students who wish to improve their command of the English language. Students will be engaged in activity-based and process-oriented lessons that will develop, extend and enhance a range of skills in English.
The Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology provides the academic background and technical skills necessary to enter the healthcare system as a practising medical laboratory technician.
This programme aims to produce graduates with effective communication skills and fundamental knowledge of the English Language, as well as the skills in drama.
This programme is intended to open up opportunities to students who are inclined to science and technology to meet the manpower requirement for growing baking and cake industry.
This programme aims at providing a wide range of psychological knowledge and research skills, covering various aspects of human behaviours, mental processes & experiences.
The Foundation syllabi are well-designed to provide a comprehensive coverage of relevant subjects thus easing your post-secondary transition into your relevant undergraduate programme.
This programme aims at producing graduates for employment in counselling-related fields & covers various aspects of human behaviours, affection and experiences.
This undergraduate degree in psychology provides a general understanding of the scientific mechanisms that underlie our thoughts, emotions and behaviours, and their relation to one's physical state, mental state and the external environment.
The programme aims to equip students with the comprehensive professional knowledge and skills for managing various psychological issues.
The programme provides students with the necessary communicative skills & knowledge to communicate proficiently & competently, as well as to expose them to the general principles of teaching & learning of English as a second language.
The Bachelor of Art (Hons) Chinese Studies programme produces graduates with an in-depth understanding of Chinese history, literature, language and culture.