Linton College started its operations in 1985 and in its early stages, the College concentrated on offering vocational and diploma level courses in engineering. Since 1993 till to-date, the College has been conducting the Higher National Diploma courses under collaborative agreement with The Nottingham Trent University (TNTU).
In 1999, the collaborative relationship achieved another milestone: the College was given the approval by TNTU to conduct the Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Mechanical Engineering (Final Year Studies) followed by the Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Electrical & Electronic Engineering.
As an institution of higher learning that provides tertiary education, the College anticipate the growing desire for blending academics with vocational study and the need for a more flexible system that caters for a range of learners, whether they want to lay the foundations for a career, to develop their skills for the future, or to develop and enhance their knowledge in preparation for postgraduate studies. This is achieved through the teaching methodologies suited for the delivery of each subject area.
The following teaching methods are used in all subjects to enhance learning among the students:
• Face-to-face lectures
The student-centred teaching methods that are adopted by the College facilitate good interaction between lecturers and students and is critical in creating an effective and conducive learning environment. This also contributes towards the College's renowned reputation in producing resourceful and high calibre graduates who are in demand by both public and private sectors.
Note: The fee schedule above covers current estimates of Tuition Fees and Miscellaneous Fees for Non-Malaysian Students as provided by the College. However, the College reserves the right to make amendments without any prior notice. As such, Linton College shall NOT be held liable for subsequent changes made to the schedule.
The fees are quoted in Malaysian Ringgit (RM) currency. As a reference, USD 1 = RM 3.5 (subjected to foreign exhange market). Please visit XE.com for the current exchange rates.
Source: Linton College
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 July 2010 15:22|