PERFORMING ARTS

Department of Performance & Media

2010

Programme: Diploma in Performing Arts
Department: Performance & Media
Vision
To nurture creative people capable of contributing to the development of original, relevant and socially resonant work of good quality for their societies.
DIPLOMA IN PERFORMING ARTS
The Diploma in Performing Arts programme is unique in offering foundational training and education in two inter-related fields at the same time – theatre and filmmaking. It covers all basic aspects of theatre and filmmaking, which is taught using professional video cameras and editing equipment. Classes include acting, directing, scriptwriting, design, theatre and video production, and history and theory. The programme is structured to ensure a steady development of skills and knowledge over 2 ½ years of studies, with a good balance being kept between hands-on and academic experience. Since the programme is designed to give a solid grounding in both fields, it is ideal for people who are interested in both filmmaking and theatre, as well as those with a preference for only one field. The exposure to essential skills and knowledge in two inter-related fields gives students a professional edge and increases their future options for work and higher education.

Class in action (Acting & Directing for the Camera)

Single Intake
On-stage, behind-the-scenes, in front of the camera, behind the camera.

March 2010 Pass SPM, UEC, O-Level, or equivalent, with 3 credits, including a distinction or strong credit in English 2½ years English Call Information Centre at 03-7491 8622 www.sunway.edu.my/ dpm
KPT/JPS (KR 10221) 04/14

Entry Requirements

The programme is taught by an excellent team of lecturers comprising established and noted filmmakers, theatre practitioners and research-active academics. As practising artists, they provide invaluable networking for students besides imparting up-to-date skills and knowledge. Under their guidance students learn to work across disciplines. The medium of instruction is English. Classes are small, enabling students to grow and develop as individuals, creators and thinkers. On completion of their studies, which include internship attachment, students can choose to work in the creative industries or go for higher education. Those who wish to further their studies in theatre, film or a related field can apply to a university of their choice locally or abroad, or make use of the credit transfer arrangements with three reputable universities in Australia and Canada.

Duration Medium of Instruction Enquiries Visit our website

PROGRAMME OF STUDY
Diploma in Performing Arts

YEAR 1
Video Tools How to use the tools of digital video production and post-production – camera, lighting, sound and editing equipment. Media & Communication Covers the human faculties of perception, cognition and sign systems, and the electronic analogue and digital information technologies. Acting & Improvisation Teaches basic acting skills for the actor, including improvisation and analysis. Stage Management Covers the knowledge, practical skills and management techniques needed to run a theatrical production. Theatre Theory, History & Practice Introduces essential terms and concepts needed to understand and appreciate the theatre’s unique functions and qualities. Thought & Writing Teaches essay-writing skills and related skills in reading and critical thinking. An essential subject needed for reading and writing for other subjects in the curriculum. Cinema, Modernity & Montage Looks at early development of cinema, covers early 20th Century films. Sound & Image Introduces the basics of filmmaking, resulting in a short original video. Acting & Characterisation Teaches the know-how to approach and perform a character. A foundational subject for both stage and screen acting. Script Analysis Teaches a systematic approach to reading and analyzing a script, for the actor, director and designer. Play & Screen Writing Covers all the stages involved in the process of writing a short stage play and screenplay, from germinating ideas to the gathering of material for writing, developing synopses and treatments, writing drafts, readings and critiques, re-writing, formatting and formal submissions. Theatre Project Led by a lecturer-director, students create a theatrical production and perform it for a public audience by using minimal technical resources. Traditional Malaysian Theatre The theory component covers the different types of traditional performing arts which are found in Malaysia, while the practical component provides performance training in one of these forms.

Industrial Internship Attachment Requires students to attach themselves for a period of 12 weeks to companies involved in film production, television production, theatre, or other related fields.

Final-Year Projects Senior students are required to produce and create two stage and screen projects, including arranging for a public staging or screening of their works.

FINALYEAR
CAREER ENTRY IN
Theatre Actor Stage manager Producer Production crew Production assistant Director Educator Administrator Film & Television Actor Production assistant Editor Assistant producer Administrator Line producer Media & Advertising, etc Voice-over talent Commercial actor Administrator Production assistant Editor Event Management

YEAR 2
Acting & Text 1 Requires students to call on skills already learnt, such as script analysis, locating character’s objectives, and interaction with other characters in a scene. Relevant to stage and screen acting. Production Design Introduces the theory, techniques and elements of stage production design – set, costumes, lighting and sound. Relevant to screen production design. Modern Theatre Looks at the beginnings of modern drama and theatre in Europe and traces their development to present-day Europe and Asia. World Cinema Covers modern cinema from mid-20th Century to the present, including the rise of the auteur and post-colonial and post-modern concerns with ethnic and national identity, the family, gender, and sexuality. Performance Studies Expands the focus on stage and screen performance to include ritual, play, games, the formation of social and digital networks and organisations, and the great variety of behaviours and performances of daily life, among humans and other species. Stage Directing Covers the history, theories and principles of stage directing. A foundational subject for stage and screen directing. Music & Dance for Actors Introduces performance in musical theatre. Audio-Video Post-Production 1 Introduces editing on Final Cut Pro system – equipment, running platforms, components, specifications, capabilities, methods used for different programmes, and audio/graphics/effects capabilities. This is a technical course. Audio-Video Post-Production 2 Provides additional technical training in the Final Cut Pro and introduces audio production and post-production and its integration into the advanced video post-production environment. Acting & Directing For The Camera Teaches acting and directing for film and television. Career Management Taught by professionals in the field who impart up-to-date information and skills required for a career in theatre, film and television.

Scene from 15 Grandparents’ Stories (Theatre Project, 2007)

TRANSFER TO A
With credit waivers of 2 years: Bachelor of Creative Arts (Drama), Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia Bachelor of Film and Digital Media, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia

DEGREE PROGRAMME
Bachelor of Contemporary Arts, University of Tasmania, Australia Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dramatic Arts), University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada

Apply to other universities & request for credit transfers.
Scene from Lao Jiu, The Ninth Born (Final-Year Stage Project, 2007)

ACADEMIC STAFF
Lecturers at the Department of Performance & Media come from many backgrounds in film, theatre and academia. They include award-winning directors, actors, writers and academics who are actively engaged in creative practice as well as research. Their combined qualifications, experience and accomplishments makes them a truly outstanding team in the field of arts education in the country.
ZAHIM ALBAKRI directed the multiple awarding-winning musicals Puteri Gunung Ledang The Musical and P. Ramlee The Musical. He has produced a string of outstanding works as a stage director and actor whose talent is sought after and celebrated in both Malaysia and Singapore. He is a founding member and artistic director and executive producer of the theatre company Dramalab. He trained as an actor at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts in London, and holds an MA in Theatre Directing from Middlesex University. SOW YEE, AU is an experimental film/video artist whose works and film performances have been shown in Malaysia, Taiwan, Italy and USA. Her work is noted for its range and includes film and video performances, singlechannel experimental film/video and multimedia design for contemporary theatre performances. An MFA holder from the San Francisco Art Institute, her creations explore light and projected images as organic elements in space and time, besides revealing the abstract quality of everyday life. She was a recipient of the inaugural Krishen Jit Astro Fund award in 2006. In 2009, she curated a Malaysian experimental film/video programme for the Experimental Film Festival in Seoul. MARION D’CRUZ is a founder member of Five Arts Centre. She graduated with a BA in Performing Arts and an MA in Dance from Universiti Sains Malaysia and has studied classical, modern and contemporary dance in Malaysia, Indonesia, London and New York. Marion’s focus as an artist has been to create a contemporary Malaysian identity in dance and to make works that speak of what she is passionate about. A pioneering dancemaker in Malaysia, Marion now teaches, produces and choreographs – concentrating more on working with young people in multi-arts work. At the 2006 Boh Cameronian Arts Awards, Marion was awarded the CrossCultural Champion of the Arts Award. ZALFIAN FUZI is an actor and director with an MA in Theatre Directing from Middlesex University. An associate director of the Instant Café Theatre Company, he jointly runs its FIRSTWoRKS programme with its founding member and artistic director Jo Kukathas to develop new writing for the Malaysian stage. DR. NILOUFER HARBEN holds a PhD from Royal Holloway College, University of London and was a recipient of the American Council of Learned Societies/ Fullbright Fellowship and Harvard/Yenching Fellowship. Specialising in English drama history and literary criticism, she is the author of Twentieth Century English History Plays: From Shaw to Bond. ANNE JAMES was trained in theatre at Universiti Sains Malaysia and Northwestern University (USA). A much respected and awardwinning actor who has performed both locally and internationally, she has had the privilege of working with a number of famous directors and theatre companies including Krishen Jit, Richard Schechner, Ong Keng Sen (TheatreWorks, Singapore), Joe Hasham (The Actors Studio), William Gluth, Hiroshi Koike, Ivan Heng (WildRice, Singapore), Zahim Albakri (Dramalab), Edwin Sumun, Jo Kukathas (Instant Café Theatre Company) and Natalie Hennedige (Cake Theatre, Singapore). ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR RAY LANGENBACH (PhD, Western Sydney University) is a performance artist, documentary filmmaker and art critic. His installations and performance art works have been presented in the United States, Europe and Asia-Pacific. He serves on the board of directors of Performance Studies International and is vice-president of the International Association of Art Critics (Singapore). He periodically serves as Adjunct Professor of Post-Graduate Studies at the Finnish Academy of Fine Art and the Finnish Theatre Academy. PUAY TIN, LEOW is a published playwright whose major plays Three Children, Ang Tau Mui and Family have been produced in Malaysia, Singapore, Tokyo, Berlin, Cairo, Adelaide, Melbourne, and New York. Her theatre experiments centre around writing and performance, and include the use of modular texts from diverse sources. She graduated with an MFA in Theatre from the University of Hawaii, and currently heads the Department of Performance & Media. RAYMOND MIRANDA writes and directs musicals. His thesis musical, the comfort women, was staged in New York City in 2001. He has an MFA in Musical Theatre Writing from New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, USA. He taught at the Communication and Theatre Department of Seton Hall University, USA from 2004-2008. He joined Sunway University College in early 2009, and directed the senior students’ theatre project Pygmalion at the Roof Top Theatre in May of that year. IMRI NASUTION is a versatile filmmaker. His skills include cinematography, sound recording, editing, and even acting, but it is directing that has always been his core strength. Graduated with a diploma in filmmaking, Imri has been directing documentaries, music videos, business programmes and TV series since 1999. He is also a co-founder of Kino-i, a production company that has been playing a key role in nurturing talents by conducting certified trainings and workshops on new film techniques for young people. Together with his team in Kino-i, Imri believes in productive growth through effective knowledge-sharing.

The Kidnapping of Princess Siti Dewi, 2007, dir: Pak Nasir Yusof

Atomic Jaya, 2008, dir: Chee Sek Thim

3 Fat Virgins Unassembled, 2006, dir: Zahim Albakri

MARK TEH is one of the busiest and most versatile talents in contemporary Malaysian theatre. His projects are particularly concerned with the issues of Malaysian history, education and participation. Starting out in college as a member of the ARTicle 19 and Akshen youth theatre collectives, he has since been engaged in a range of collaborative projects which include facilitating community arts workshops, directing documentary performances, researching and teaching. He was the inaugural recipient of the Most Promising Artist Award at the 2002 Boh Cameronian Arts Awards and is a member of Five Arts Centre. Mark is the creative producer for new media projects such as the PopIN information network for Malaysian youth, The Fairly Current Show and MP3. MELISSA TEOH holds a BA in Theatre (Directing and Production Design) from Pepperdine University, USA. She was an active theatre practitioner in Los Angeles, working as a production stage manager, designer, and in theatre operations before relocating home to Malaysia. Melissa now lectures and works freelance both locally, with theatre companies such as Instant Café Theatre Company and Dama Orchestra, and abroad. AZMYL MD YUSOF a.k.a. AZMYL YUNOR holds a MA (Communication) from RMIT University, Australia. A singer-songwriter, musician, and academic in the area of media and cultural studies, he has shared the stage with acts as diverse as underground punk luminaries Carburator Dung and sound artist Goh Lee Kwang and mainstream icons M. Nasir and Khatijah Ibrahim. He is a co-artistic director of Troubadours Enterprise (which organizes the annual KL Sing Song music showcase and promotes local original music) and a co-founder of the Experimental Musicians and Artists Co-operative Malaysia (EMACM). He is also a member of Projek Wayang with theatre actor and writer Fahmi Fadzil.

It takes perseverance and a lot of hard work to finish this programme as the lecturers, who are also industry practitioners, are passionate and take their job very seriously.
GUEST LECTURERS
Rafidah Abdullah Screenwriter and TV presenter (3R); MA in Scriptwriting from Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK. Afandy Alias a.k.a. Andy Alias Audio engineer, educator, owner of Runningscript, an audio-video-film creative and technical consultancy company; BFA in Motion Picture & Video, Academy of Art College, San Francisco, USA. Bernard Chauly Film director (Gol & Gincu, Goodbye Boys) and lecturer; MA in TV Drama , Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK. Bernice Chauly Writer, actor, filmmaker, publisher and photographer; BEd in TESL and English Literature, University of Winnipeg, Canada. Sek Thim, Chee Theatre director (In 1969, Encore, The Coffin Is Too Big For The Hole, That Was The Year), performer and artist; Master of Fine Arts, University of Notre Dame, USA. Eddin Khoo Writer, journalist, translator and director of the Centre for the Study and Documentation of Traditional Performance. James Lee Film director (The Beautiful Washing Machine, Waiting for Love, Call If You Need Me), theatre director, photographer, performer, trained graphic designer. Hassan Muthalib Film historian, critic, educator, director, creator of several much-loved animations aired on Malaysian television, including the memorable Sang Kancil stories.

Adrian Teh, graduate, 2008

Dr. Susan Philip Academician specialising in teaching drama and active researcher of Malaysian and Singaporean theatres; PhD from Australian National University. Dr Ghulam-Sarwar Yousof Distinguished scholar and specialist in traditional Southeast Asian theatre, founder-director of the Asian Cultural Heritage Centre; PhD, University of Hawaii. Sandra Sodhy Stage producer, publicist, writer, performer; Master of Economics and Bachelor of Economics, University of Malaya. Michael Voon Educator, choreographer, TV and stage performer, director, digital print publisher, visual artist; BA degrees in Performing Arts and Graphic Communications & Fine Arts, Messa State College, USA. Joe Yan Lecturer in film studies and video production, with special interests in film form experimentation, editing, music videos and narrative films; BA in Film Studies, University of Pittsburgh, USA. Pak Nasir Yusof Wayang kulit master practitioner and teacher (tok dalang and guru), well-versed also in makyong, menora, tok peteri and dikir barat.

DEPARTMENT ASSISTANT
Sharmila Subramaniam

The Abandoned Space, 2007, dir: Leow Puay Tin & Mark Teh

Equus, 2008, dir: Melissa Teoh

Pygmalion, 2009, dir: Raymond Miranda

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
I’ve got good results for my SPM. So my family and friends think it would be a waste if I joined this programme, but I really love to act and want to learn to direct for film.
The level of difficulty for our Performing Arts programme is quite high. That is why potential candidates should have done well in their SPM or O-levels, whether in the Science or Arts stream. They should also have a distinction or at least a strong credit in English. Although most of our students join after doing their SPM or O-levels, we also have a few who enrol after completing their CIMP, STPM, diplomas and degree courses. There are also those who come in with work experience. Examples of Diploma in Performing Arts students with excellent SPM results, who were also recipients of the Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Dr Jeffrey Cheah Entrance Scholarship:
1 2 3 4 Joanna Soh, SPM 10 As
SMK Sultan Sulaiman Kuala Terengganu SMK Taman Connaught Kuala Lumpur SMK Seri Bintang Selatan Kuala Lumpur SMJK Katholik Petaling Jaya

What is this programme about?
It’s a diploma programme that takes 2 ½ years. What is special is the curriculum. It gives an excellent foundation in both theatre and filmmaking using professional video cameras and editing equipment. The programme is very packed and intensive, so young people who are thinking of joining must be mentally and physically prepared for the challenge. It can be quite a shock for those who think the creative arts is easy, just get up and act or just shoot with the camera. There are books to read and papers to write, and research and exams. Those who do well are self-motivating, focused and have self-discipline.
“It’s fun, exciting, challenging. We learn a lot of things, from behind the camera to in front of the camera, on-stage and off.”

Why do students choose this programme?
“I have been acting professionally since 2002 being involved in sitcoms, dramas, tele-movies, commercials and films. I loved what I was doing but then I started to think that acting just wasn’t enough. I wanted to learn more. What goes on behind the camera, how to produce, how is a screenplay written, what are the acting methods? I wanted to know it all.”
Sharifah Sofia, graduate, 2008

Sally Ann Chan, SPM 10 As Thong Kar Mun, SPM 6 As Jewel Yip, SPM 6 As

“Because of the quality of the lecturers, the subjects in the programme, and the reputation of the college. Also because I can go for further studies after finishing my studies here.”

Barbara Tiu, student

Tania Prabha, student

“I chose this programme because I want to entertain people and see the smiles on people’s face. I want to make people happy.” “I considered other choices like business, but I would much rather be doing something I cared about and am interested in.” “Because the programme covers a wide variety of studies in theatre and film. It has given me a better perspective of knowing what I want. I also chose it because I have always wanted to explore acting.”

Yong Zhen Kheng a.k.a. King, student

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“Besides performing, with its wide range of classes, it has also equipped me with skills to be a writer, producer and even filmmaker.” “If you are interested in acting, stage-managing, directing, designing, theatre and film, it’s a good place to enrol yourself because the programme introduces you to many different subjects. Then, your job scope will be very wide.”

Amelia Chen, graduate, 2007

Hanif Rabin, student

Joyce Tay, student

June Wong, student

What about scholarships?
They are available. Please visit the University’s website www.sunway.edu.my for updated information.

How will I know if this programme is for me?
“You should enter this programme if your dreams and passions are located in the theatre or film industry. It is a world where you discover your true self.”

I don’t really like to study. Is this programme easy?
“The programme shattered my impression that the performing arts were a fun and easy-going occupation. It was fun, no doubt, but it also required a great deal of team-work, discipline and passion.”

What about study loans?
Fees can be paid using PTPTN loans and EPF funds.

Yong Zhen Kheng a.k.a. King, student

Tengku Amalia Zahirah, graduate, 2007

“I have always wanted to be an actor, but now, instead of acting only, I would also like to be a professional stage director and stage manager and work in different kinds of productions in different places with different people. Currently I am doing my internship at Dama Orchestra.”

“This is not a playschool or for people who don’t want to study.” “The workload is heavy.”

Can I work and study part-time?
No, this is a full-time programme. Besides attending classes, students are required to spend time outside of class, including evenings and weekends when necessary, on rehearsals, editing, research, group projects and discussions.

Jewel Yip, student

Kelly Wong, student

Olivia Kang, student

“Even though the programme is hectic, there’s no stress in doing work based on what you love to do.”

Shahrizuan Shaharuddin, student

What makes this Performing Arts programme special?
Special features about the programme:
Covers two fields. Students get a solid foundation in all aspects of theatre and filmmaking. Offers a wide range of classes, including performing, directing, design, management, scriptwriting, filmmaking using professional video cameras and editing equipment, theory and history. Gives an all-round 360° experience: on-stage, behind-the-scenes, in front of the camera, behind the camera. Opens up career options. Graduates able to work in theatre, film and related industries. Internship attachment is included for this purpose. Opens up study options. Graduates able to transfer to degree courses to study theatre, film and related fields. Sunway University College has made transfer agreements with three universities abroad for credit waivers. Provides up-to-date and wellmaintained facilities. Is taught by an excellent team of lecturers who are research-active academics and practicing filmmakers and theatre-makers, all highly regarded by their peers. They also connect students to the creative industries where they work.

What about work?
Examples of work to be found in the creative industries:
Theatre Actor Stage manager Producer Production crew Production assistant Director Educator Administrator Film & Television Actor Production assistant Editor Assistant producer Administrator Line producer Media & Advertising, etc Voice-over talent Commercial actor Administrator Production assistant Editor Event Management

The places of internship attachment give a good indication of the potential employment out there in the creative industries. Our students have interned at these companies and institutions:
Theatre Arts ED (Arts Education Programs for Young People) Dama Orchestra Dramalab Five Arts Centre Gardner and Wife Theatre Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPAC) The Instant Café Theatre Company Film & Television Diversified Design Media Consult Kino-i Red Communications Runningscript Media & Advertising, etc AIC Exhibitions Kleo N Tony Cosmo Talents Kakiseni.com Penang Office for Human Development

There are between 40-50 production companies in the country. There is demand for local programmes. RTM alone needs 30 to 40 documentaries a year and that’s only documentaries. There are also talk shows, cooking shows, women’s shows and so on. Then there is TV3 and Astro, all wanting local programmes.
Dr. Zuraidi Ishak, Diversified Design Media Consult

I realized that once I have earned the trust of the director or producer, whenever there’s a role that is suitable for me, they will not hesitate to call me and give me the opportunity to try it out.
Charlene Meng, graduate, 2009

I personally think` that this programme will help you build self-confidence, independent and creative thinking, presentation skills, discipline, time management and all these will be essential to any career you pursue.
Aaron Teoh, graduate, 2008

I want to do a degree in film or theatre eventually. Where can I go?
We have formal agreements with three reputable institutions abroad for transferring to a first-degree course. Students with good results are eligible for credit waivers of two years.
Bachelor of Creative Arts (Drama), Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia Bachelor of Film and Digital Media, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia Bachelor of Contemporary Arts, University of Tasmania, Australia Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dramatic Arts), University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada

Students can apply to other universities of their choice. Transcripts and referral letters are provided upon request for this purpose.

SNAPSHOTS OF GRADUATES…
Out in the creative industries and furthering their studies
After my studies, I got a role in The Big Bibik and The Little Nyonyas (which is shown on the internet). After that, offers came from casting agencies to do TV ads, but because of my commitment for theatre – I’ve got a part in Cuci The Musical, directed by Zahim Albakri – I had to forego them. And they pay well too!
Charlene Meng, graduate, 2009

After graduation, I had immediately got back to work. TV3 hit series Sindarella was the first job I worked on both acting and production. After Sindarella, other jobs came in as well – and fast – which I had never expected, including film, drama and commercials.
Sharifah Sofia, graduate, 2008

I am working with Five Arts Centre as a full-time production manager and in my free time, I am an assistant director for the Creative Arts Ministry of Full Gospel Assembly, Sungai Buloh. I intend to seek opportunities to manage touring productions abroad to expand my horizon. This will eventually lead to a greater dream of mine, which is to establish a production company of my own.
Adrian Teh, graduate, 2009

Completed BA in Contemporary Arts at Tasmania University. Currently co-directing a school production in Sri Lanka for the inter-school island-wide Shakespeare competition while working on a devised performance with an established Sri Lankan director. Tracy Jayasinghe, graduate, 2007 (from Sri Lanka)

Worked as a writer for Kakiseni.com, Malaysia’s pioneering on-line arts magazine before going to pursue a BA in Contemporary Arts at Tasmania University. Yasmin Zetti Martin, graduate, 2008

Editor of new media projects PopIN information network for Malaysian youth and Pop TEE-VEE.

Faiq Syazwan Kuhiri, graduate, 2009

Applied to do a Bachelors in Production at Victoria College of the Arts in Melbourne, unlike most her peers who went to Tasmania University. Worked in a film distribution company before going to Australia. Sunitha Nayar, graduate, 2008

Right after graduating, worked as a production manager for Discovery Network’s First-Time Filmmakers Project, while performing on-stage in Tunku The Musical at the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre. Currently pursuing a BA in Contemporary Arts at Tasmania University. Joylynn Teh, graduate, 2007

“I’m doing my theatre degree at the University of Tasmania. I hope to come back and open my own theatre company and get involved in the performing scene.” Aaron Teoh, graduate, 2008

Played the lead role in Waiting for Love, a feature film by award-winning director James Lee.

Amelia Chen, graduate, 2007

Chose to study New Media at the University of Lethbridge in Alberta. Applied and was given credit waiver for the first year of the Bachelor of Fine Arts programme. Worked as a copywriter before going to Canada. Valerie Chai, graduate, 2008

“I’ve just gotten a job with Director’s Think Tank, and am working on my first commercial production as a production assistant, and I am working hard!” Sarvinder Kaur, a.k.a. Soni Deol, graduate, 2009

STAGE & SCREEN PROJECTS BY STUDENTS
Crumbling Cookie and The Props of Life, Final-Year Screen Projects by March 07 intake students, July 2009. Jiwa Hari-hari, Final-Year Screen Project by August 06 intake students, December 2008. All in the Timing, Final-Year Stage Project by March 06 intake students, July 2008.
Snapshots of Broken (Noir), (Acting and Directing for the Camera)

Propping Up Daisies, Final-Year Stage Project by September 05 intake students, December 2007. On Peak Hill, Final-Year Screen Project by September 05 intake students, December 2007. Trojan Women, Final-Year Stage Project by January 05 intake students, April 2007.
Scene from Trojan Women, (Final-Year Stage Project)

Snapshots from Insomnia, Electric President, (Audio-Video

Post-Production 1)

Snapshots from Jiwa Hari-hari, (Final-Year Screen Project)

OUR PROGRAMMES
PRE-UNIVERSITY STUDIES • Australian Matriculation • Cambridge GCE A Level • Canadian International Matriculation Programme • Monash University Foundation Year • Sunway Foundation in Arts DIPLOMA & DEGREE PROGRAMMES • Diploma in Performing Arts • Diploma in Business Administration • Diploma in Information Technology • Diploma in Graphic & Multimedia Design • Diploma in Interior Design • Diploma in Fine Art • Diploma in Nursing • Diploma in Hotel Management • Diploma in Tourism Management • Diploma in Events Management • BSc (Hons) Accounting & Finance • BSc (Hons) Business Management • BSc (Hons) Business Studies • BSc (Hons) Information Systems • BSc (Hons) Information Technology • BSc (Hons) International Hospitality Management • BSc (Hons) International Tourism Management • BSc (Hons) Psychology AMERICAN DEGREE TRANSFER PROGRAM • Bachelor of Business Administration • Bachelor of Science in Engineering • Bachelor of Arts in Communication • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science • Bachelor of Science in Natural Science • Bachelor of Science in Aviation BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (TWINNING PROGRAMMES/ 3+0) (Victoria University, Melbourne Australia) • Accounting, Banking & Finance, Financial Risk Management, International Trade and Marketing POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES • Masters in Management • Masters in Management with Law • Masters in Money, Banking & Finance • MSc in Computer Science (by research) • MSc in Mobile Systems

SUNWAY UNIVERSITY COLLEGE (KPT/JPT/DFT/US/B15)
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MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA) Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING PROGRAMMES • Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) • Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) • Certificate in Finance, Accounting & Business (CFAB) • The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW) ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAMMES • Intensive English Programme (IEP) • International English Language Testing Systems (IELTS) Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)

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