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Your journey in art starts here. Sunway’s Department of Art & Design is the
matchmaker between techniques and your talent. Our programmes bring you
beyond discrete boundaries, drawing lines to connect and create infnite
possibilities.
We provide a nurturing, supportive and passionate atmosphere for creating
art beyond the constraints of a specifc programme. More than paint brushes,
our fne art students are taught computer skills relevant in the design industry.
Beyond architectural graphics, students of interior design learn ceramics to
have a better understanding of forms in a space. Graphic and multimedia
design students not only learn digital techniques but get hands-on experience
in printmaking to appreciate the physical approaches in image-making.
Our programmes combine the creative focus of an art and design school with
the resources of a full-fedged university campus. The faculty at the Department
of Art & Design maintains the highest academic and artistic standards and is
made up of practising artists and designers.
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Education pathway
Wanganui School of Design, New Zealand
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University of Waikato, New Zealand
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Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
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University of Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
Entry requirements
Direct Entry into Degree
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We place much emphasis on education and offer a number of
scholarships to deserving students.
The Entrance Scholarship is offered to all new students; SPM leavers
entering into Pre-University programmes and Pre-University graduates
entering into undergraduate programmes, in recognition of their excellent
academic achievements prior to admission into a new programme in
Sunway University College.
This Bursary is offered to SPM/ O-Levels/ UEC students from outstation* to
study the Diploma Programmes in Sunway University College. Students can
receive up to 30% off their Tuition Fee for selected Diploma Programmes
(Business Administration, Information Technology, Hotel Management,
Events Management, Tourism Management, Fine Art, Graphic & Multimedia
Design, and Interior Design).
Students can also seek other financial aid from PTPTN or EPF.
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Scholarships
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Sunway University
College Bursaries
Financial aid
Students can apply for PTPTN loan or Scholarships based on their results.
For more information, kindly visit www.ptptn.gov.my
Students can withdraw funds from their EPF Account to help finance a
degree education of their choice. For more information on how to go about
this, kindly visit www.kwsp.gov.my
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This full-time seven-semester programme offers liberal, theoretical and design
studies in the field of graphic design and multimedia design. It provides a
firm grounding in the development of skills and knowledge necessary for a
career in the creative industries.
This programme also provides students with cross-disciplinary electives in
other art-related areas such as Digital Photography, Illustration, Printmaking,
Sculpture or Ceramics.
Year one covers fundamental skills and knowledge in design theory and
practices, computer, drawing and practical majors such as Typography,
Computer Graphics and Principles of Design.
Year Two builds on the conceptual development of specifc technical skills and
design processes in the context of Graphic Design and Multimedia Design. This
course places students in real-world projects and working situations, teaching
them to bring creative ideas to a professional context with a broad framework
in developing students’ creative skills.
Year Three includes an internship with industry partners involved in advertising,
design, publication, packaging, photography, production or retail.
further Studies
Diploma in Graphic and Multimedia Design graduates who have achieved
a 65% overall average in their results are eligible to apply for direct entry
into the fnal year of the Bachelor degree at Wanganui School of Design and
University of Waikato, New Zealand, Swinburne University of Technology,
Australia or University of Gloucestershire, United Kingdom.
Apart from the universities mentioned above, students may also apply for
advance standing to other universities of their choice.
INTAKES
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August
DURATIoN
2 ½ years
INTERNSHIP
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YEAR 1
DFA 1014 Principles of Design (2D)
DFA 1023 Principles of Design (3D)
DFA 1033 Drawing Studies
DFA 1043 English for Artists and Designers
DGM 1103 Computer Graphics 1
DGM 1113 Typography 1
DGM 1124 Graphic Design 1
DGM 1134 Multimedia Design 1
DGM 1143 Computer Graphics 2
DGM 1153 History of Graphic Design
YEAR 2
DGM 2183 Typography 2
DGM 2194 Graphic Design 2
DGM 2204 Multimedia Design 2
DGM 2213 Introduction to Packaging
DGM 2223 Packaging Design
DGM 2234 Graphic Design 3
DGM 2244 Multimedia Design 3
DGM 2253 Printing Technology
DGM 2266 Practical Training
YEAR 3
DGM 3276 Graphic and Multimedia Design Final Project
DFA 3213 research and report Writing
ELECTIVES
DGM 1163 Digital Photography
DGM 1173 Illustration
DFA 2113 Printmaking – relief
DFA 2163 Sculpture
DFA 2183 Ceramics
Print design, advertising, packaging
design, corporate design, publication
design, editorial illustration, children’s
book illustration, character design,
studio photography, photojournalism,
animation, web and multimedia design
Programme structure
Career opportunities
Skills acquired
• Computer skills
• Drawing skills
• Design skills
• Photography skills
• Presentation skills
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Year 1
DFa 1014 Principles of Design (2D)
This subject introduces students to the basic
fundamentals of art and design, visual elements,
visual perception, appreciation for all forms of art,
colours and the application of design principles.
DFa 1023 Principles of Design (3D)
This subject introduces students to the principles
of organisation, visual ordering and exploration
of 3D art. Various activities and projects are
carried out to understand the nine principles of
organisation.
DFa 1033 Drawing Studies
This subject introduces students to the basic
approaches to drawing, the theory and
techniques in drawing such as perspective,
proportion, composition and value.
DFa 1043 english for artists and Designers
This subject introduces students to short writing
exercises and creative writing techniques to help
art and design students develop their articulation
skills in presenting concepts and aesthetics of
their works.
DGM 1103 Computer Graphics 1
This subject emphasises the importance of
computer skills in design industries including
digital image processing, effective file
management system and graphic production
skills.
DGM 1113 Typography 1
This subject introduces the basic specification
of typography, copy fitting, kerning and
terminologies used by typographers. Students
will learn to master typography selection, design
and use type effectively.
DGM 1124 Graphic Design 1
The subject introduces idea generation and
lateral thinking using various problem-solving
techniques such as mind-mapping in generating
ideas and concepts for design.
DGM 1134 Multimedia Design 1
This subject introduces multimedia treatment
skills in producing websites by using various
applications such as multimedia authoring,
image manipulation, sound editing and basic
animation.
DGM 1143 Computer Graphics 2
This subject introduces advanced digital and
graphic imaging such as retouching, photo
montage, vector graphics, special effects and
more in producing graphic design works.
DGM 1153 History of Graphic Design
This subject covers historical, cultural, social
and political movements of graphic design.
Emphasis is on design appreciation and
analysis, concepts and terminologies.
Year 2
DGM 2173 Typography 2
This subject explores creative typography,
calligraphy, type design and their designers
and application of types as a unified design in
different environments and situations.
DGM 2184 Graphic Design 2
This subject introduces Corporate Identity
Systems and production strategies in
developing a brand for an organisation. It also
includes brand usage guidelines for brand
identity.
DGM 2194 Multimedia Design 2
This subject assists students in developing
and attaining mastery in creating multimedia
works for design-related industries such as
advertising, corporate video and infotainment.
DGM 2203 Introduction to Packaging
This subject introduces the history of
packaging, the values of product protection,
strengths and weaknesses in packaging, shelf
impact, environmental issues, concepts and
strategies in developing a package.
Subject synopsis
DFa 3213 research & report Writing
This subject introduces art and design
research using various modes and models,
analysis of information, data collection for
idea development and form generation. Also
includes, research paper/project paper and
ethics in research.
eleCTIveS: choose from any two subjects
DGM 1153 Digital Photography
This subject introduces pixel based
photography-taking using film-less photography.
Also includes outdoor photography techniques,
indoor studio lighting and alternative processes
in digital photography.
DGM 1163 Illustration
This subject explores different illustration
concepts, styles, media and techniques in
producing images for editorial, advertising and
multimedia.
DFa 2113 Printmaking – relief
This subject introduces relief printmaking and
monoprints by using several approaches and
techniques such as woodcut, linoleum and
perspex dry point.

DFa 2163 Sculpture
This subject explores the concepts of
craftsmanship, while investigating the expressive
sculptural language of scale, surface, form,
function, material, intention and the viewer.
DFa 2183 Ceramics
This subject introduces clay working with
emphasis on studio work. Also includes,
field trips to view historic and contemporary
examples of fine ceramic art.
DGM 2213 Packaging Design
This subject is an extension of Introduction to
Packaging and emphasis is on creating and
designing innovative packaging for locally
produced products.
DGM 2224 Graphic Design 3
This subject introduces different types of
advertisements and their functions. Also includes
topics on strategies in campaign planning.
DGM 2234 Multimedia Design 3
This subject allows students to build their
own digital portfolio on Interactive CD using
multimedia components such as animation,
sound and interactivity for future employment.
DGM 2243 Printing Technology
This subject explores print production and
printing processes to enhance design. Also
includes, field trips to printing companies and
publication studios.
DGM 2256 Practical Training
This subject introduces students to the working
world of graphic and multimedia design with
two to four months of internship attachment at
design-related organisation.
Year 3
DGM 3266 Graphic and Multimedia Design Final Project
This subject provides students with an
opportunity to build their portfolio for future
employment or further studies. Emphasis is on
design strategies, concept and project execution.
At the end of the project, students present their
works at a graduate exhibition.
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This full-time seven-semester programme provides a solid foundation in theory
and practical skills relating to interior design. Students learn to communicate
design concepts and problem solving in a flexible and adaptable way by
guiding interior design standard and professional practice.
This programme also provides students with cross-disciplinary electives in
other art-related areas such as Model Making, Computer Graphics, Digital
Photography or Ceramics.
Year one introduces a broad range of approaches to interior designing
through space and humanistic planning, and refects how environments are
created and formed to complement the various human activities.
Year Two explores furniture and lighting design, and how it is implemented
to complement the interior space. This course also educates students to be
multi-disciplinary Interior Designers by introducing a wide variety of studio
projects from small-scale (exhibition and residential) to large-scale (retail and
Institutional Design).
Year Three covers an internship with industry partners involved in Interior
Design, Interior Architecture, Architecture, Furniture, Furnishings, Lighting,
Exhibition, Events, Film or Theatre companies.
further Studies
Diploma in Interior Design graduates who have achieved a 65% overall
average in their results are eligible to apply for direct entry into the fnal year
of the Bachelor degree at Swinburne University of Technology, Australia.
Students may also apply for advance standing to other universities of their
choice.
INTAKES
January
March
August
DURATIoN
2 ½ years
INTERNSHIP
2 – 4 months
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P O r T F O L I O
YEAR 1
DFA 1014 Principles of Design (2D)
DFA 1023 Principles of Design (3D)
DFA 1033 Drawing Studies
DFA 1043 English for Artists and Designers
DID 1104 Architectural Graphics
DID 1114 Interior Design 1
DID 1123 Building Construction
DID 1134 Furniture Design 1
DID 1143 History of Interior Design
DID 1153 Colour, Materials and Finishes
YEAR 2
DID 2174 Interior Design 2
DID 2183 Building Services
DID 2194 Furniture Design 2
DID 2203 Computer Aided Design
DID 2214 Interior Design 3
DID 2223 Specifcation and Contract
DID 2233 Advanced Computer Aided Design
DID 2243 Professional Practice
DID 2256 Practical Training
YEAR 3
DID 3266 Interior Design Final Project
DFA 3213 research and report Writing
ELECTIVES
DGM 1103 Computer Graphics 1
DID 1163 Model Making
DGM 1163 Digital Photography
DFA 2183 Ceramics
Junior designers in any design-related
fields such as interior design firms,
furniture manufacturers, lighting and
colour specialists, set and exhibition
design, visual merchandising and site
supervision.
Programme structure
Career opportunities
Skills acquired
• Computer skills
• Drawing and drafting skills
• Design skills
• Model Making skills
• Presentation skills
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DID 1134 Furniture Design 1
This subject provides an overview of theories
and practices in furniture design. Also includes,
concept development, styles, material choices, and
orthographic plans.
DID 1143 History of Interior Design
This subject explores the development of art and
architecture from Modern Era and how historical
context, culture and design impact upon society.
DID 1153 Colour, Materials and Finishes
This subject provides an insight of colour, building
materials, products and fnishes with emphasis on
appearance, functionality, maintenance, installation
and application details for interior and exterior
building.
Year 2
DID 2174 Interior Design 2
This subject explores space planning, zoning and
massing of spaces towards client specification.
Also includes, design processes such as gathering
client’s profile, needs and expectation and
presenting the ideas on working drawings, mood
boards, material selection, models and visuals for
presentation.
DID 2183 Building Services
This subject introduces the mechanical systems
and services in a building such as water supply,
sewage disposal, ventilation, electrical supply
and controls, stairs and safety prevention. Also
includes, regulatory constraints, economic
and environmental impact for designer’s
consideration.
DID 2194 Furniture Design 2
This subject presents case studies of multi-
functional furniture for domestic and commercial
usage. Students undertake a research of a few
products, analyse the functions and combined
the specifications to produce a piece of multi-
functional furniture.
Year 1
DFa 1014 Principles of Design (2D)
This subject introduces students to the basic
fundamentals of art and design, visual elements,
visual perception, appreciation for all forms of art,
colours and the application of design principles.
DFa 1023 Principles of Design (3D)
This subject introduces students to the principles of
organisation, visual ordering and exploration of 3D
art. Various activities and projects are carried out to
understand the nine principles of organisation.
DFa 1033 Drawing Studies
This subject introduces students to the basic
approaches to drawing, the theory and techniques
in drawing such as perspective, proportion,
composition and value.
DFa 1043 english for artists and Designers
This subject introduces students to short writing
exercises and creative writing techniques to help
art and design students develop their articulation
skills in presenting concepts and aesthetics of their
works.
DID 1104 architectural Graphics
This subject explores the system of technical
drawing, terminologies and interpretation of
architecture drawings. Also includes, graphic
conventions of perspective, confguration,
orthographic formats, standard practices,
conventions and vocabulary used in interior design.
DID 1114 Interior Design 1
This subject introduces the fundamentals of interior
designing concepts, principles, vocabulary, theory
and practices in interior design.
DID 1123 Building Construction
This subject introduces the fundamentals of
building technology such as building profle, types,
function and construction of the interior and
exterior of a residential home.
Subject synopsis
DID 2203 Computer aided Design
This subject introduces the basic skills and
knowledge of using computer aided software
for interior designing. Also includes, computer
drafting terminologies and modifier tools in
creating plans, sections and elevation drawings.
DID 2214 Interior Design 3
This subject explores interior designing for
commercial interiors at larger, more complex
interior spaces such as fashion warehouses,
corporate offices and exhibitions/events.
Students learn to plan, propose and design
conceptual spaces and interiors that support
such activities.
DID 2223 Specifcation & Contract
This subject discusses the roles, responsibilities
and functions of a designer in administering
a contract (CA) and the rules and conditions
governing interior design projects.
DID 2233 advanced Computer aided Design
This subject introduces advanced skill in using
2D and 3D computer aided design to enhance
interior and exterior drawings. Also includes,
rendering, lighting, mood and movement for
interior presentation.
DID 2243 Professional Practice
This subject encompasses the formation and
operation of interior design business such as
planning, management, procedures, document
preparation and working ethic in business.
DID 2256 Practical Training
The subject focuses on the working world of
interior design industry with insights of the
professional requirements, expectations and
practices. Students will undertake two to four
months of internship attachment at interior
design-related organisation.
Year 3
DID 3266 Interior Design Final Project
This is a personal direction where students choose
their own topic, areas and exploration in producing
a graduate portfolio for future employment
or further studies. Emphasis will be on design
strategies, concept and project execution. At the
end of the project, students present their works at a
graduate exhibition.
DFa 3213 research & report Writing
This subject introduces students to art and
design research using various modes and models,
analysis of information, data collection for idea
development and form generation. Also includes,
research paper/project paper and ethics in research.
eleCTIveS: choose from any two subjects
DGM 1103 Computer Graphics 1
This subject emphasises the importance of
computer skills in design industries including
digital image processing, effective file
management system and graphic production skills.
DID 1163 Model Making
This subject explores the basic of model making
process, tools, materials and techniques in
producing accurate scale down models and
sets for architecture, film/television and product
setting.
DGM 1163 Digital Photography
This subject introduces pixel based photography-
taking using film-less photography. Also includes
outdoor photography techniques, indoor studio
lighting and alternative processes in digital
photography.
DFa 2183 Ceramics
This subject introduces clay working with emphasis
on studio work. Also includes, field trips to view
historic and contemporary examples of fine
ceramic art.
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This programme is offered on full-time and part-time modes and students
learn to master drawing and painting concepts, skills, analytical and critical
art evaluation. Students are also encouraged to explore the possibilities for
individual expression using traditional and modern mediums.
This programme also provides student with cross-disciplinary electives in other
art-related areas such as Model Making, Illustration, Printmaking, Sculpture
or Ceramics.
Year one explores visual theories and concepts, assisted by studio practices
and workshops. Skills and technical knowledge are further enhanced through
learning how to generate ideas, use visual language and gain knowledge of
art history and art appreciation.
Year Two allows students to develop their own perceptions and aspirations
within the subjects. Talks by invited guest speakers like artists, curators, live
projects and studio practices are organised as part of classroom learning to
develop an informed and professional approach to art.
Year Three includes an internship with art galleries, artist residence,
curators, publishing or retail companies.
further Studies
Diploma in Fine Art graduates who have achieved a 65% overall average
in their results are eligible to apply for direct entry into the fnal year of the
Bachelor degree at University of Gloucestershire, United Kingdom.
Students may also apply for advance standing to other universities of their
choice.
INTAKES
March
DURATIoN
2 ½ years (full-time)
4 years (part-time)
INTERNSHIP
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YEAR 1
DFA 1014 Principles of Design (2D)
DFA 1023 Principles of Design (3D)
DFA 1033 Drawing Studies
DFA 1043 English for Artists and Designers
DGM 1103 Computer Graphics 1
DFA 1054 Figure Drawing
DFA 1064 Still-life Painting
DFA 1073 History of Ancient and Western Art
DGM 1163 Digital Photography
YEAR 2
DFA 2084 Advanced Figure Drawing
DFA 2094 Landscape Painting
DFA 2103 History of Modern Art
DFA 2113 Printmaking – relief Method
DFA 2134 Thematic Drawing
DFA 2144 Figurative Painting
DFA 2153 Art Appreciation and Criticism
DFA 2163 Sculpture
DFA 2196 Practical Training and Internship report
YEAR 3
DFA 3206 Major Painting Project
DFA 3213 research and report Writing
ELECTIVES
DID 1163 Model Making
DGM 1173 Illustration
DFA 2123 Printmaking – Intaglio Method
DFA 2173 Sculpture in relief
DFA 2183 Ceramics
Gallery artist, muralist, art restoration,
digital artist, printmaker, sculptor,
illustrator, display artist, background
painter, scenic artist, theme park artist,
art teacher, craftsperson.
Programme structure
Career opportunities
Skills acquired
• Drawing and Painting skills
• Printmaking and Sculpting skills
• Computer and Photography skills
• Presentation skills
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Year 1
DFa 1014 Principles of Design (2D)
This subject introduces students to the basic
fundamentals of art and design, visual elements,
visual perception, appreciation for all forms of art,
colours and the application of design principles.
DFa 1023 Principles of Design (3D)
This subject introduces students to the principles
of organisation, visual ordering and exploration
of 3D art. Various activities and projects are
carried out to understand the nine principles of
organisation.
DFa 1033 Drawing Studies
This subject introduces students to the basic
approaches to drawing, the theory and
techniques in drawing such as perspective,
proportion, composition and value.
DFa 1043 english for artists and Designers
This subject introduces short writing exercises
and creative writing techniques to help art and
design students develop their articulation skills
in presenting concepts and aesthetics of their
works.
DGM 1103 Computer Graphics 1
This subject emphasises the importance of
computer skills in design industries including
digital image processing, effective file
management system and graphic production
skills.
DFa 1054 Figure Drawing
This subject explores human figures, drawing
tools, materials and techniques in maximising
the visual effects on 2-dimensional surfaces. Also
includes, anatomy study, gesture, contour and
tonal modelling.
DFa 1064 Still-life Painting
This subject introduces still-life painting,
colour theory, perspective and composition
in enhancing visual perception and spatial
concepts.
DFa 1073 History of ancient and Western art
This subject introduces western art, movements
and developments of art from pre-historic to
20th Century. Also includes, art evaluation and
critique.
DGM 1163 Digital Photography
This subject introduces pixel based photography-
taking using film-less photography. Also includes
outdoor photography techniques, indoor studio
lighting and alternative processes in digital
photography.
Year 2
DFa 2084 advanced Figure Drawing
This subject is an extended study of human
figures, gesture drawings and media in capturing
identity, personality and essence of human
movements.
DFa 2094 landscape Painting
This subject introduces students to landscape
painting with emphasis on mood, perspective
and visual relations in landscape painting.
DFa 2103 History of Modern art
This subject develops knowledge on art
movements and developments from
impressionist, fauvist to modern and
contemporary art in Malaysia.
DFa 2113 Printmaking – relief Method
This subject introduces relief printmaking and
monoprints by using several approaches and
techniques such as woodcut, linoleum and
perspex dry point.
Subject synopsis
DFa 2134 Thematic Drawing
This subject focuses on the individual pursuit
of ideas, styles and approaches in drawing.
Also includes, the process to document the
exploration and experimentation on visual
journals.
DFa 2144 Figurative Painting
This subject explores the technical and
expressive possibilities in rendering human
figures through studio painting from life models.
DFa 2153 art appreciation and Criticism
This subject examines works of art done by
masters, theories and critical approaches to art
appreciation and criticism.
DFa 2163 Sculpture
This subject explores the concepts of
craftsmanship, while investigating the expressive
sculptural language of scale, surface, form,
function, material, intention and the viewer.
DFa 2196 Practical Training
The subject focuses on the working world
of art-related industry with insights of the
professional requirements, expectations and
practices. Students will undertake two to four
months of internship attachment at art-related
organisation.
Year 3
DFa 3206 Major Painting Project
This subject focuses on the student’s personal
and professional development of creativity and
time management in creating series of paintings
with high quality. Emphasis will be on building
a series of profound works for a graduate
exhibition, employment and/or further studies.
DFa 3213 research & report Writing
This subject introduces art and design research
using various modes and models, analysis of
information, data collection for idea development
and form generation. Also includes, research
paper/project paper and ethics in research.
eleCTIveS: choose from any two subjects
DID 1163 Model Making
This subject explores the basic of model making
process, tools, materials and techniques in
producing accurate scale down models and
sets for architecture, film/television and product
setting.
DGM 1173 Illustration
This subject explores different illustration concepts,
styles, media and techniques in producing images
for editorial, advertising and multimedia.
DFa 2123 Printmaking – Intaglio Method
This subject is an extended study into printmaking
with emphasis on intaglio techniques in
creating a series of finished prints. Also includes,
demonstration, assignments and field trips.
DFa 2173 Sculpture in relief
This subject is an extended study into sculpture
with emphasis on relief techniques in creating full
scale relief sculptures. Also includes, demonstration,
workshops, assignments and feld trips.
DFa 2183 Ceramics
This subject introduces clay working with emphasis
on studio work. Also includes, field trips to view
historic and contemporary examples of fine
ceramic art.
Fine art
Campus facilities
The state-of-the-art facilities on campus allow art and design students to turn inspiration into
their pièce de résistance. They have access to computer workstations supporting special
designing needs and specialised studios for multimedia, printmaking, photography, painting
and drawing.
For your studying pleasure, the Main Campus building is fitted with 24-hour wireless internet
(Wi-Fi) access, so you can study anywhere from the foyer to the Roof Top Garden. This is
complemented by top-notch air-conditioned classrooms and lecture halls.
The Tun Hussein Onn Library is an excellent resource centre well-stocked with books and
periodicals on art and design while designated area including an Art Gallery are exclusive
space for students to showcase their portfolio.
Student life here is simply convenient with amenities that meet all your needs: a bookshop,
computer labs to print, scan or photocopy assignments, a cafeteria, recreational and sports
facilities, and a Student Centre - a cosy place with a sick bay, counselling services and more.
A campus bus service of several different routes within the Klang Valley is also available.

Food for thought
Eating outlets and places to chill out are aplenty on and around campus. The spacious cafeteria is a
great on-campus place to hang out which includes a canteen and more than 10 different stalls that
serve full meals or snacks at reasonable prices. Beyond the campus compound, students are spoilt for
choice by the many restaurants and an immensely popular food centre, all offering an endless variety
of delicious food with something for everyone at a student-friendly budget.
On-campus accommodation
On-campus living makes it easy to get up and about to and from classes every day. It is a home
away from home where students get to meet new friends, learn new cultures and experience living
independently. Everything is within walking distance from our campus - hospital, shopping mall, theme
park, restaurants and banks. Choose between the communal living of the Sun-U Apartment or the
condominium lifestyle of Sun-U Residence. A caring hostel master is on hand to oversee the welfare
of every occupant.
Safety & security
Here, the committed security team is made up of Auxiliary Police and trained professionals who work
around the clock to ensure that every day is a smooth and peaceful one.
Whenever a student feels under the weather, they can make their way to the sick bay. Endearingly
known as Nightingale Bay, it is situated near the cafeteria where a matronly Registered Nurse is on
duty and well-equipped to handle minor ailments.
life on campus
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All information is correct at the time of printing (Oct 2010)
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 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
• Diploma in Performing Arts
• 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) Psychology
AMERICAN DEGREE TRANSFER PROGRAM (ARTS)
AMERICAN DEGREE TRANSFER PROGRAM (SCIENCE/ENGINEERING)
(Majors in Business, Actuarial Science, Communication,
Forensic Science, Biomedical Science, Psychology,
Engineering, Aviation, Computer Science, Architecture)
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 Money, Banking & Finance
• MSc in Computer Science (by research)
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA)
Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia
PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING PROGRAMMES
• Certifed Accounting Technician (CAT)
• Association of Chartered Certifed Accountants (ACCA)
• Certifcate 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)
SUNWAY UNIVERSITY COLLEGE (KPT/JPT/DFT/US/B15)
Governed and owned by Jeffrey Cheah Foundation (800946-T)
Operating Company: Sunway Education Group Sdn Bhd (145440-K)
No. 5, Jalan Universiti, Bandar Sunway,
46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.
+6 (03) 7491 8622
+6 (03) 5635 8630
info@sunway.edu.my

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