The bridging programme is meant for students who do not qualified for direct entry into top-up degree awarded by Bath Spa University. This consists of the following group of students:
Programme Structure and Delivery
Diploma graduate students that do not have knowledge or qualification in Financial Accounting related subjects; or
Graduates from WSQ Service Excellence, Managerial level awarded by WDA; and
Students who have not studied at an English speaking tertiary Institution
TV3001-20 Study Skills
The Study Skills Syllabus is intended for students who have undergone the majority of their secondary education in a Non-English medium school. The aim of the syllabus is to ensure that students have the appropriate key skills to cope with study in an English medium university. Whilst it is accepted that such students will have adequate general English language skills, students often need practice in adapting these skills to an academic environment. This course aims to introduce students to conventions in academic language and presentation, and to instill a broader range of study skills, including ICT skills, to maximise the student’s potential at university.
BM5004-20 Financial Accounting
Business decision making is based on qualitative and quantitative data. Whilst both of these are important, in this module we focus on the financial information provided to management by a robust accounting system. In order to understand how an organization makes short, medium and long term decisions an understanding of financial accounting systems is necessary. Whilst you may not be considering accounting as a career you will almost certainly find that as a graduate in your future employment you will be faced with profit and loss accounts, balance sheets or management accounting documents that you will need to make sense of. Without such an understanding a large area of business information would be closed to you. The purpose of this module is to make you accountancy literate.
Method of Assessment
Assessment will vary from presentation, individual assignment, group presentation and assignment etc…
Full-Time (4 months)
The full-time bridging programmes are conducted on a 5 days week (Monday to Friday) basis with lessons either from 9.30am to 12.30pm or 2.30pm to 5.30pm on a daily basis.
Part-Time (4 months)
The part-time bridging programmes are conducted on a twice weekly basis with lessons from 7pm to 10pm.
Teacher-student ratio1:60 - Theory/Lectures/Seminar
1:25 – Practical
intake Mar 2014, Sept 2014
Course Fee: S$4,000.00
All fees is before GST
The following procedures are to be adhered to when applying for a programme with academia@TVI. This help to ensure that your application is processed without delay.
Step 1 Programme Consultation
Programme information and structure
Course fee and installment scheme
Intakes, duration and entry requirements
Briefed on FPS
Briefed on Medical Insurance
Briefed on Student Contract
Briefed on Miscellaneous Fee
Step 2 All applications to be submitted with supporting documents along with application fee (non-refundable).
Step 3 Evaluation of Programme Application and Verification for In-Principle Approval
BA(Hons) Top-up Degree: 14 working days (May vary depending on the respective univeristy’s evaluation process)
Upon Successful evaluation of programme application, students will receive:
Letter of offer
You are required to read, understand and sign 2 original copies of the student contract and return it to Admission officer.
Step 4 Preparation for School Life for International student
Complete medical check-up and trip to ICA to complete student pass formalities
Step 5 Fee Payment Prior to Start of Course
Students may make their payments through Cash, Cheque, Telegraphic transfer (TT), or Credit Card.
Step 6 Commencement of Course
Fees & Funding
Please enquire below for course fees and financial grants: