SACE International

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Overview

International Recognition

SACE International is an internationally recognized matriculation programme, and has provided students with the opportunity to obtain the SACE in their own country and study at top universities in Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the United States and Asia.

Assessment

Through the SACE International programme, students will obtain an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR). ATAR is a measure of a student’s overall performance in comparison to all students taking the SACE International programme. Entry into universities depends on ATAR. Assessment of individual subjects in the SACE International programme consists of two components:

  • School assessment (70%)
  • Public examinations (30%)

The school assessment component encourages independent learning and hones study skills for university. Assessment tasks like projects, assignments and laboratory work are assigned yearlong. Marks are submitted to the SACE Board to be moderated during the public examinations. Public examinations are provided by the SACE Board and developed by examination panels that include secondary school and university representatives. Examination papers are marked in Australia to maintain high standards.

Programme Structure

  • Accounting
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Economics
  • English as Second Language Studies
  • Legal Studies
  • Mathematical Studies
  • Physics
  • Psychology
  • Research Project
  • Specialist Mathematics

Recommend Subject Combinations

Different subject combinations are available to provide you with the right entry requirements for your university studies. You are required to register for 5 subjects from ONE of the following combinations:

Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Life Sciences, Food Science & Nutrition, Health Sciences, Psychology

  • English as Second Language Studies
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Mathematical Studies
  • Plus any 1 of the following: Physics (preferred for selected programmes & universities), Economics, Psychology or Research Project

Engineering

  • English as Second Language Studies
  • Mathematical Studies
  • Specialist Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Plus any 1 of the following: Chemistry (preferred for selected programmes & universities) or Research Project

Actuarial Studies

  • Mathematical Studies
  • Specialist Mathematics
  • Economics
  • Plus any 2 of the following: English as Second Language Studies, Accounting or Research Project

 

Information Technology Studies, Quantity Surveying

  • English as Second Language Studies
  • Mathematical Studies
  • Plus any 3 of the following: Economics, Accounting, Psychology, Legal Studies or Research Project

Accounting, Finance, Economics

  • English as Second Language Studies
  • Mathematical Studies
  • Economics
  • Accounting
  • Plus any 1 of the following: Legal Studies, Specialist Mathematics, Psychology or Research Project

Law, Mass Communication, Social Sciences, Psychology

  • English as Second Language Studies
  • Plus any 4 of the following: Legal Studies, Economics, Psychology, Mathematical Studies, Accounting or Research Project

Students who do not take English as Second Language Studies are recommended to sit for the IELTS (International English Language Testing System) examination to fulfil the English Language requirement for certain universities. IELTS preparatory classes are available with additional cost.

Please consult the programme counsellors on subject combination before registering. You are advised to refer to the respective universities for detailed information on subject prerequisites.

Entry Level Entry Requirements
SPM / O Level 5Cs including a credit in English
UEC 4Bs including credit in English
Other Equivalent qualifications recognised by Malaysian Government

Local Students

Total Fees (RM)
21,700

International Students

Approximate Total Fee (USD)
7,817

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