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Diamond in the Rough


The transformation from raw to brilliant requires meticulous care from the skilled and experienced. Let us do what we do best Bring out the best in you.


Uncovering your potential

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PROMISE We embrace a holistic education through the development of superior thinking processes, the mastery of communication, and the acquisition of thorough and effective work methods. Our curriculum and pedagogy are designed to be industry-focused and relevant. Our students are empowered to innovate with creativity. The skills that our students acquire will far exceed the knowledge and expertise of the profession, setting them on the road to success.

Giuseppe (Joe) Spinelli Principal

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My First Stroke

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Information accurate as of date of print 09/2013


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Global Advantage Since establishing its first college in Singapore in 1990, Raffles has grown to operate 34 colleges in 31 cities across 12 countries in Asia-Pacific and the Middle East. Our flexible inter-school transfer scheme allows students to study at any of Raffles’ network of colleges, immerse themselves in different cultures and experience living overseas. Students who are enrolled in Raffles benefit from a quality education with a well-rounded hands-on experience relevant to the industry. This enables them to improve their career opportunities. Studying in a multi-national environment enables our students to expand their personal network, be exposed to international perspectives and greatly enhances career opportunities beyond their home country.

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Asia is our Campus • Australia Sydney • Cambodia Phnom Penh • China Beijing Changchun Changzhou Guangzhou Hefei Hong Kong Langfang Shanghai Tianjin • India Ahmedabad Bangalore Chennai Greater Noida Hyderabad Mumbai New Delhi

• Indonesia Batam Jakarta Medan Surabaya • Malaysia Iskandar Kuala Lumpur • Mongolia Ulaanbaatar • Philippines Manila • Saudi Arabia Riyadh • Singapore • Sri Lanka Colombo Negombo • Thailand Bangkok

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Anisa Johnny United Kingdom

Michael Henderson United Kingdom

Pedro Gonรงalves Portugal

Eric Lim Singapore

Rosah Lopes Canada

INTERNATIONAL CREATIVE PRACTITIONERS Alfonso Bonilla Colombia Madeleine Wong Singapore

Dr Anna Lottersberger Italy

Brian Forst United States of America John Brummel United States of America

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Arzelle South Africa

Dr Monica Hermogenes Walet Philippines

Hector Arturo Salazar Navarrete Mexico

Our educators are more than teachers. They are creative practitioners and experts in their own professions. Collectively, their diverse backgrounds and wealth of cultural and industry knowledge, translate into an added learning advantage for our students.

Their commitment to impart their knowledge and skills to our students, also of different nationalities, creates an environment which is rich in creativity and innovation. This conducive learning environment will broaden students’ perspectives, enhance adaptability and enrich their personal growth.

Paula Silvan Spain

Yasitha De Silva Sri Lanka

Kenji Choo Singapore

Dr Anna Leybina Russia

Louis Albert DubĂŠ Canada

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QUALITY ASSURANCE Improving the Raffles Quality is an ongoing journey. In seeking recognition and accreditation, what shines through must be true-blue Raffles Quality that we stand for. Raffles continues to strive for excellence in delivering high quality education and providing an enriching learning experience for our students.

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ACCREDITATIONS ENHANCED REGISTRATION FRAMEWORK AND EDUTRUST CERTIFICATION SCHEME Established under the Private Education Act, the Council for Private Education (CPE) a statutory body was set up in 2009 to regulate the private education sector more stringently and improving the quality of delivery. CPE will implement this through, the Enhanced Registration Framework (ERF) which is mandatory and the Edutrust Certification Scheme which is voluntary. ENHANCED REGISTRATION FRAMEWORK (ERF) All private education institutions, its lecturers and programmes are to be registered with CPE through the ERF. The College’s registration (Registration Number: 201003698C) has been granted under Section 36 (1) of the Private Education Act for a period of four years, with effect from 13 June 2011 to 12 June 2015. EDUTRUST CERTIFICATION SCHEME The EduTrust certification scheme is voluntary, but private education institutions which enroll international students must be EduTrustcertified. The scheme provides a means for better private education institutions to differentiate themselves as having achieved higher standards in key areas of management and provision of educational services.

REGISTRATION AND ACCREDITATION Raffles College Pty Ltd, trading as Raffles College of Design and Commerce (RCDC), is registered and approved by the Australian Government Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) as a Higher Education Provider (HEP), by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) as a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), and by the Australian Government Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education (DIISRTE) on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). Qualifications gained at RCDC are recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) across Australia and around the world, in the same way as other Australian degrees. The degrees awarded by RCDC are accredited by TEQSA using comparable standards of quality as degrees awarded by any internationally recognised university. RCDC: http://www.raffles.edu.au/ TEQSA: http://www.teqsa.gov.au/national-register ASQA: http://www.asqa.gov.au/ DIISRTE:http://www.innovation.gov.au/HigherEducation/About/Pages/default.aspx CRICOS: http://cricos.deewr.gov.au/Institution/InstitutionDetails.aspx?ProviderID=2761 AQF: http://www.aqf.edu.au/RegisterAccreditation/tabid/165/Default.aspx For up-to-date information, please refer to the following link: http://www.raffles.edu.au/raffles-corporate/accreditation-and-registrationcorporateinformation-525

The College’s registration (Registration Number: EDU-2-2033 has fulfilled the requirements under the EduTrust Terms and Conditions and granted EduTrust certification for a period of four years, with effect from 16 Jan 2012 to 15 Jan 2016.

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Touch

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By awakening the Raffles Sense in our students, we ignite our students’ creativity and innovation to empower them to strive towards self-actualisation. We are committed to providing a conducive learning environment which will evoke in our students the Raffles Sense. From the look and feel of the campus to the vibrant, youthful culture, every facet of our campus exudes a positive energy that translates to a positive attitude which we call the Raffles Sense. This Raffles Sense will embrace and envelop each and every student. We strive to unlock our students’ inner beings, enabling them to overcome the barriers that limit and confine them. We will unleash their potential and unveil their hidden talent. Raffles nurtures our students’ abilities beyond their five senses. By awakening the Raffles Sense in our students, we ignite our students’ creativity and innovation to empower them to strive towards self-actualisation that will drive our students to break new grounds, cultivate their talent and fuel the passion necessary for a lifelong career. We challenge our students to discover themselves and become the creators and leaders of tomorrow.

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A VIBRANT

CAMPUS Located in the historical part of Singapore with a fusion of rich heritage and modern attractions, the campus presents a chic and contemporary design, with a spacious layout to provide a creative and conducive learning environment for students. Covering an area of over 77,500 sq ft, the campus consists of seminar rooms, classrooms, workshops, studios, library and laboratories with the latest equipment and technological applications, enabling interactive learning experiences. At the Raffles Connexion, students indulge in simple elegance that unfurls the sophistication of designer elements, where they can mingle and establish networks with their peers of different nationalities. 14

The Raffles Connexion - a place to study and relax.


Advanced multimedia environment for portfolio development.

A conducive learning environment.

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Fully equipped sound laboratory for Interactive Media students.

A safe and secure campus equipped with biometric access system.

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A well-lit library for student research.

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LEARNING

AT THE SPEED OF

At Raffles, we believe experience is the key to maximising one’s fulfilment in life. To achieve this objective, we infused our fast-track education with strong practical skills to build experience and cultivate innovation. The programmes at Raffles are designed to incubate creative professionals and entrepreneurs in the design, business, psychology and infocomm security disciplines. Taught by an international team of professionals, students are equipped with industry-relevant skills and the ability to interact with people of diverse cultures and nationalities, so that they may achieve career excellence at a faster rate. Another important reason for the Raffles speed is our belief that an intense time span for studies cultivates love and responsibility for the family. Completing your studies ahead of your peers presents you with more opportunities in the industry and propels your career forward. It is a responsible way of expressing your gratitude and love to your family for their support. Through our intensive curriculum, we arm students with the creative ability and practical problem solving skill. We groom graduates who are not only team players but also independent minded to pursue their passion. Students are given the flexibility to commence their studies at a time convenient for them: in January, April, July and October. Graduates can also choose to embark on their professional career at any one of the four windows. This not only maximises their employment prospects, but also allows them to better serve the ongoing human resource needs of industries. This is the advantage of learning at the speed of Raffles. 18


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ENTERPRISING The road to entrepreneurship starts with Raffles. Studying at Raffles is your very first step towards business ownership. Grooming raw talents to blossom into leaders and innovators of tomorrow requires solid industry experience. Raffles fosters collaborations with industry partners to inject our students with real world challenges. This gives them hands-on experience and nurtures their passion towards their dream profession. Post internship, our students continue to perfect their skills at Raffles. And with many opportunities open to them, they are able to embark onto the world of entrepreneurship. Over the years, Raffles has nurtured many graduates who have fulfilled their calling to be successful entrepreneurs. Some of the companies our graduates founded include:

a.w.o.l. AllWalksOfLife by alfie leong

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IN SINGAPORE

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The Raffles brand was born and bred in Singapore, a city of opportunities known for being a city in the garden. From a small, humble fishing village, Singapore has transformed into a vibrant city of modern skyscrapers and cosmopolitan living. Similarly, Raffles has blossomed into a global concern, promising a life of learning that few others can match. Despite being one of the smallest countries in the world, Singapore’s commitment to free trade and her well-educated, highly efficient workforce has made the country become a powerful force in the world economy. An exciting city with excellent technological infrastructure and efficient workforce, Singapore is one of the top choice destinations for a well-rounded education.

Not only is Singapore an efficient society, she is also known for being a food haven. Due to the unique culture where people of four races - Chinese, Malay, Indian and Eurasian - live in harmony, Singapore boasts a blend of tasteful delights. Over the years, the positioning of Singapore as Asia’s financial hub has also brought an increase of foreign talent to our country, boosting our economy and further increasing the types of food we have available. Melding the best of East and West, with a breathtaking cityscape, Singapore has much for visitors to discover beyond its history, culture, architecture, people, shopping and food. To us, this is how we complete a life at Raffles.

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POSTGRADUATE

PROGRAMMES

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MASTER OF DESIGN

Awarded by Raffles College of Design and Commerce, Sydney, Australia Intakes Duration

January and July 1 Year (Full Time) 18 Months (Part Time)

COURSE OVERVIEW The key objectives of the Master of Design programme are to enhance the applied design skills of students to the level of master practitioner; to develop a critically reflective practitioner who can work as a designer, either independently or in teams, and with the management skills to supervise others or to manage design projects; to allow students to explore the interdisciplinary qualities of design; and to develop the research skills of students to enable them to pursue further researchbased study. SPECIALISATION Fashion Design, Interior Design, Graphic Design, Digital Media Design

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The time spent studying at Raffles has gone by so fast; I’ve learnt a lot of things here. One important thing is how to think more deeply rather than to stop thinking just at design level. From the Master Programme, I gained more knowledge about how to manage a design project, and how to consider a design from the customer’s view. What is more important is the skill to investigate the problem from a more professional standpoint. Also, the Master Programme gave me lots of practices on how to manage my time and improve my performance in a project. Group work is the most interesting thing – working with other students, communicating ideas, investigating problems together; all these moments are valuable to me. Luo Chong China

COURSE MODULES* Term 1 Design Studio

Design Theory

Design Practical 1

Design Practice Seminar

Sociology of Design

Elective

Creative Investigation

Design Management

Term 2 Design Studio

Design Theory

Design Practice Seminar

Elective

Design Practical 2

Psychology of Design

Advanced Concept Development

Dissertation Proposal

Term 3

Project Stream

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Dissertation Stream Design Dissertation

Design Project

Term 4

Project Stream Design Project

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Dissertation Stream Design Dissertation

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MASTER OF COMMERCE

Awarded by Raffles College of Design and Commerce, Sydney, Australia Intakes Duration

January and July 1 Year (Full Time) 18 Months (Part Time)

COURSE OVERVIEW The key objectives of the Master of Commerce programme are to enhance students’ applied advanced knowledge and skills in business and management practice to the level of master practitioner; to develop leadership abilities and critical thinking skills to assess advanced and complex business-related problems; to enable students to develop advanced rational, appropriate solutions that have real-world relevance; and to allow students to deepen their understanding of the theoretical underpinnings and practical implications of critical reflection and strategic decision-making.

SPECIALISATION Marketing, Management, Design Management, Finance, Hospitality, Tourism

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An investment in knowledge pays the best interest. -Benjamin Franklin Raffles happened to me by coincidence and I am glad it happened! Learning is definitely fun when you are at the right place, where your talent is nurtured and furnished to the finest. My experience at Raffles has been way more than a journey of attaining knowledge; it’s been a jaunt replete with growth, learning and exposure. Raffles, without question, is an investment that will enable me to pursue my dreams.

Monu Jain Jitendra Kumar India

COURSE MODULES* Term 1 Management

Marketing

Finance

Hospitality

Tourism

Design Management

Hospitality Major

Tourism Major

Design Management

Elective

Elective

Sociology of Design

Hospitality

Tourism

Design Management

Hospitality Major

Tourism Major

Professional Development in Design

Elective

Elective

Psychology of Design

Hospitality

Tourism

Design Management

Tourism

Design Management

Global Strategic Management Managing Resources for Competitive Advantage Management Major

Marketing Major

Elective

Elective

Finance Major Elective

Term 2 Management

Marketing

Finance

Leadership and Corporate Governance Research Methods Management Major

Marketing Major

Elective

Elective

Finance Major Elective

Term 3 Management

Marketing

Finance

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Advanced Project Term 4 Management

Marketing

Finance

Hospitality

Advanced Project

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UNDERGRADUATE

PROGRAMMES

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FASHION DESIGN Bachelor of Design

Awarded by Raffles College of Design and Commerce, Sydney, Australia Intakes

January, April, July and October

Duration

3 Years (Full Time)

COURSE OVERVIEW The course gives students the creative and technical knowledge and skills they need to become professionals in the fashion industry. Using an integrated approach that combines creativity and applied technical proficiency, it takes students from design concepts and processes through to final production. Exploratory and experimental projects enable students to develop an in-depth understanding of fashion design. With a strong foundation in technical proficiency and a good eye for market trends, students are able to start honing their individual styles and identities through their collections.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Costume Designer/Coordinator, Fashion Consultant, Fashion Designer/Assistant Designer, Fashion Entrepreneur, Fashion Forecaster, Fashion Illustrator, Fashion Merchandiser/Buyer, Fashion Photography Coordinator, Fashion Stylist, Event Manager, Pattern Maker, Pattern Designer, Production Supervisor

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Studying at Raffles has been great fun and joy. Apart from making lots of friends who share the same interests as I do, the lecturers are also friendly and patient in guiding us through the development process of our designs and making them come to life. Not only were we taught how to sew and draft, we were also given the opportunity to further showcase our talents by joining competitions, thereby gaining working experience in the real fashion industry and hence build up our portfolio. Overall, I have enjoyed the journey spent studying at Raffles. Steffie Setiawan Indonesia

COURSE MODULES*

Bachelor Degree

Advanced Diploma Colour Theory for Fashion

Advanced Drafting

Design Research Interactive Systems

Garment & Composition

& Draping Techniques

Men’s Wear & Women’s Wear Collection

Textiles

Advanced Sewing Techniques

Sustainable Design

History of Costume

CAD 2 & Portfolio

Design & Subculture

Contemporary Fashion, Styles

for Fashion Design

Major Studio Project

& Trends

Project Workshop

Design Futures

Fashion Communication

Mini Collection Workshop

Fashion Marketing &

Pattern Aided Design,

Merchandising

Grading and Costing

CAD 1 for Fashion Design

Academic Research

Fashion Drawing

& Communication Skills

Fashion Draping 1 & 2

Internship (Fashion Design)

Sewing Applications 1 & 2 Women’s Wear Drafting 1 & 2 Men’s Wear Workshop Fashion Sketching Design Research & Development

*Subject to change due to curriculum update.

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PRODUCT DESIGN Bachelor of Design

Awarded by Raffles College of Design and Commerce, Sydney, Australia Intakes

January, April, July and October

Duration

3 Years (Full Time)

COURSE OVERVIEW The course gives students the creative and technical knowledge and skills they need to become professionals in the product design industry. The emphasis is placed on conceptual investigation, critical thinking and a hands-on approach towards technological skills, manufacturing skills, and design management. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Design Consultant, Design Educationalist, Product Designer, Environmental/Spatial Designer, Furniture Designer, Lighting Designer, Glass Designer, Model Maker for Commercial Studios, Toy Designer

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I am happy to have joined Raffles and to have met international friends and friendly lecturers. I am a foreigner but I have never felt lonely here. Everyone has always been caring to me, helping me even with the small things. Also, it is exciting to study and explore product design. Raffles has changed me a lot - into a creative and adventurous lady. I smile all day with Raffles. Lee Young Ju Korea

COURSE MODULES*

Advanced Diploma

Bachelor Degree

Cultural Studies

Studio Practice 4:

Project Management

Colour Analysis in 3D Design

Electrical Product Design

Design Research Interactive Systems

Observational Drawing Skills

Computer Rendering

Design & Marketing

Model Making

Solid Modelling

Sustainable Design

Studio Practice 1:

Studio Practice 5:

Major Studio Project

Sustainable Product Design

Transportation Design

Exhibition Design

Design Theory

Academic Research

Product Design Analysis Studio

Digital Imaging

& Communication Skills

Material Technology & Manufacturing

Studio Practice 2:

Manufacturing Technology

Processes Studio

Lighting Design

3D Manipulation

Materials & Processes

Studio Practice 6:

Computer Aided Design

Spatial Design

Studio Practice 3:

Design Management

Furniture Design - Recycling

Major Design Project

3D Conceptualisation

Internship (Product Design)

Design Drafting & Rendering

*Subject to change due to curriculum update.

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INTERIOR DESIGN Bachelor of Design

Awarded by Raffles College of Design and Commerce, Sydney, Australia Intakes

January, April, July and October

Duration

3 Years (Full Time)

COURSE OVERVIEW The course gives students the creative and technical knowledge and skills they need to become professionals in the interior design industry. It encompasses the study of both Interior Architecture and Design within the built environment, while focusing on the human interface within given spaces. The emphasis is placed on space planning, creative problem-solving, communication skills, knowledge of building materials, construction, computeraided drafting and the history of design. Students are expected to provide design solutions to a wide variety of complex real-life space problems.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Commercial Interior Designer, Institutional Interior Designer, Residential Interior Designer, Exhibition Designer, Furniture Designer, Design Consultant, Design Educator, Facility Manager, CAD Designer

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Raffles gave me the dais to accomplish my goal in my busy life as a mom, without having to compromise on my long time passion. I have thoroughly enjoyed the route of learning innumerable design ideas and concepts that I can treasure for life. I’m enchanted to see a refined designer-in-themaking in myself with every passing day. The faculty has been enthusiastic, adaptable, capable and reliable. Raffles was my first port of call and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it to anyone. Bano Saira

Pakistan

COURSE MODULES*

Bachelor Degree

Advanced Diploma Interior Design, Principles & Theory

Furniture History, Design

Commercial Interior Design

Freehand Drawing

& Application

Interior Design Past & Present

Architectural Drafting

Environmental Lighting

20th Century Design & Culture

Computer Graphic Skills

Construction Studies 2

Public Space Design

Cultural Studies

Design Studio 3

Sustainable Design

Creativity & Concept Development

3D Computer-Aided-Drawing

Design Research Interactive Systems

Interior Colour Application

Budget Costing & Documentation

Design, Business & Law

Design Studio 1

Portfolio

Design & Business Management

Building Technology & Construction

Computer Rendering & Animation

Major Studio Project

Presentation Drawing 1

Academic Research

Interior Materials & Finishes

& Communication Skills

Design Studio 2

Internship (Interior Design)

2D Computer Aided Drawing

Professional Practice

Construction Studies 1 Presentation Drawing 2

*Subject to change due to curriculum update.

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JEWELLERY DESIGN Bachelor of Design

Awarded by Raffles College of Design and Commerce, Sydney, Australia Intakes

January, April, July and October

Duration

3 Years (Full Time)

COURSE OVERVIEW The course gives students the creative and technical knowledge and skills they need to become professionals in the jewellery design industry. It allows students to explore a variety of aspects in traditional and contemporary jewellery design. The emphasis is placed on creativity, innovation, experimentation and materials application through technical skills. Students also learn skills in design management, portfoliobuilding and marketing. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Design Consultant, Design Educationalist, Jewellery Designer, Jewellery Maker

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As a designer educated by Raffles, I received great insight into the contemporary jewellery market and I was taught how to stay competitive in it. My course helped me to build my own personality in terms of design, with which I was able to achieve exceptional grades and win design competitions. I am absolutely sure that Raffles has perfectly prepared me for a sophisticated future as an independent designer, capable of global impact. Marie Schonbach Germany

COURSE MODULES*

Advanced Diploma

Bachelor Degree

Cultural Studies

Studio Practice 4:

Project Management

Colour Analysis in 3D Design Skills

Enamelling & Glass

Design Research Interactive Systems

Observational Drawing Skills

Computer Rendering

Design & Marketing

Model Making

Solid Modelling

Sustainable Design

Studio Practice 1:

Studio Practice 5:

Major Studio Project

Contemporary Jewellery Design

Silversmithing

Exhibition Design

Design Theory

Academic Research

One Off to Mass Production

Digital Imaging

& Communication Skills

Jewellery Components

Studio Practice 2:

Manufacturing Technology

& Fabrication Processes

Resin & Acrylic

3D Manipulation

Materials & Processes

Studio Practice 6:

Computer Aided Design

Gem Analysis & Stone Setting

Studio Practice 3:

Design Management

Metal & Wood

Major Design Project

3D Conceptualisation

Internship (Jewellery Design)

Design Drafting & Rendering

*Subject to change due to curriculum update.

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GAMES DESIGN Bachelor of Arts (Visual Communication)

Awarded by Raffles College of Design and Commerce, Sydney, Australia Intakes

January, April, July and October

Duration

3 Years (Full Time)

COURSE OVERVIEW This programme, with its emphasis on mobile gaming, prepares students with the knowledge, thinking and technical skills that are critical to a career in the burgeoning gaming industry. Apart from game strategising, game level design, game scripting and production, students will also be introduced to the marketing, business and management aspects of the industry. Students will learn about the techniques and tools used in computer game development and computer animation in 2D and 3D, through a combination of theoretical and activity-based learning. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Games Designer/Artist, Mobile Games Developer, Online Interactive Games Developer, Animation Designer/Artist Multimedia Games Designer, Special Effects Artist

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Before I studied at Raffles, I had always wanted to learn Game Design and 3D modelling. Raffles has empowered me with the knowledge to pursue my passion and has also created an environment for me to learn to work within a small time frame for my projects, just like the industry. I am really grateful that Raffles has helped me along the journey of my studies, making it a wonderful experience. Ho Jun Hui Singapore

COURSE MODULES*

Bachelor Degree

Advanced Diploma Life Drawing

3D Laboratory (Character Modelling)

The Moving Image

Web Development 1

Advanced Interactive Media Design

Animation

Academic Research

2D Game Design

Game Play

& Communication Skills

3D Laboratory (Character Animation)

Story & Drama

Digital Illustration

Experimental Video

Art Direction

Image Processing

Design & Culture

Games Development

Design Principles

Motion Capture

Character Design

3D Techniques

Web Development 2

Major Project

Screenplay & Storyboarding

Portfolio & Presentation

Colour for Designers

Final Major Project

Animation Principles

(Console Game Design)

Video and Audio Techniques

Internship (Video Game Design)

Object Oriented Programming for Designers Interactive Media Design

*Subject to change due to curriculum update.

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GRAPHIC DESIGN Bachelor of Design

Awarded by Raffles College of Design and Commerce, Sydney, Australia Intakes

January, April, July and October

Duration

3 Years (Full Time)

COURSE OVERVIEW The course gives students the creative and technical knowledge and skills they need to become professionals in the graphic design industry. Through major practical projects combining creativity, concepts and computer software skills, students hone their capabilities in devising creative solutions. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Creative Director, Advertising Art Director, Editorial Designer, Illustrator, Corporate Identity Designer, Packaging Designer

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Raffles is a true family of international creative minds – thanks to the diversity of the artistic students and professors. I appreciate how the professors are constantly pushing us to think out of the box and helping us achieve a lot more than what we think we could. Soh Qiu Ling Singapore

COURSE MODULES*

Bachelor Degree

Advanced Diploma Drawing for Designers

Advertising Design

Graphic Design & Society

Creativity & Problem Solving

Typography 2

Graphic & Multimedia Studio 1 & 2

Design Principles

Web Design Principles

Design & Subculture

Page Layout

Publication Design

Project Management

Colour for Designers

Independent Research

Design & Marketing

Typography 1

Portfolio 1 & 2

Major Studio Project 1 & 2

Digital & Applied Illustration

Academic Research &

Graphic Design & Culture

Communication Skills

Image Processing

Interactive Media Design

Digital Photography

Internship

Advance Layout & Production

(Visual Communication)

Graphic Production Identity System Packaging Design

*Subject to change due to curriculum update.

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ANIMATION Bachelor of Arts (Visual Communication)

Awarded by Raffles College of Design and Commerce, Sydney, Australia Intakes

January, April, July and October

Duration

3 Years (Full Time)

COURSE OVERVIEW The course gives students the creative and technical knowledge and skills they need to become professionals in the animation industry. The emphasis is placed on the design and production aspects of 2D and 3D animation, including life drawing as well as background and character design. To enhance their competitive edge in the digital age, students learn to use state-ofthe-art editing equipment in pre-production, production and post-production. They also acquire skills for creating moving imagery and special effects, which are currently in demand in the local and international film media and entertainment industries.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Animation Artist, Art/Film Director, Games Designer, Multimedia Designer, Special Effects Artist, Post-production Editor, TV Commercial Producer/Director, Music Video Artist

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As an animation student at Raffles, I was given the opportunity to gain more insight into the field I love, while thoroughly enjoying the process at the same time. Making friends with similiar interests as myself encouraged growth in our talents and skills as we shared our knowledge with each other. The lecturers are not just there to give advice, but also there to motivate us to do our best. This has allowed me to further my abilities to new heights. Alexis Flores Philippines

COURSE MODULES*

Bachelor Degree

Advanced Diploma Life Drawing

Screenplay & Storyboarding

The Moving Image

Design & Culture

Digital Photography

Animation

Academic Research

3D Laboratory (Character Animation)

Understanding Acting

& Communication Skills

Web Development 1

Story & Drama

Freehand Drawing

Interactive Media Design

Art Direction

Colour for Designers

Experimental Video

Directing Animation

Image Processing

Motion Capture

Character Design

Digital Illustration

Portfolio and Presentation

Major Project

Typography 1

Final Major Project (Animation)

Design Principles

Internship (Animation)

Advanced Interactive Media Design 3D Techniques Video & Audio Techniques 3D Laboratory (Character Modelling) Animation Principles

*Subject to change due to curriculum update.

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MULTIMEDIA DESIGN Bachelor of Design

Awarded by Raffles College of Design and Commerce, Sydney, Australia Intakes

January, April, July and October

Duration

3 Years (Full Time)

COURSE OVERVIEW The course gives students the creative and technical knowledge and skills they need to become professionals in the multimedia design industry. It first equips students with the fundamental, broad-based skills in graphic design. Following that, students learn to transform 2D graphics into 3D by creating dynamic interfaces and integrating programming capabilities. They are provided with the opportunity to research multimedia design trends and issues in order to produce integrated suites of digital design solutions that take into account aspects of culture, economics and social interaction. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Art Director, Multimedia Designer, Multimedia Programmer, Video or Film Post-Production Artist, Web Designer/ Developer, 3D Graphics Designer and Motion Graphic Artist

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My experience at Raffles so far has been good. I have learned so much in these two years; the school provides the resources and professional courses to achieve my goals and ambitions. I’m happy and have enjoyed my time with people from all over the world. It’s amazing to see all the different cultures in Raffles, and we became friends very quickly, sharing the same interests. The vibrant campus environment is great. The lecturers are nice and they are always ready to help you out when you need it. Chee Leeyi Malaysia

COURSE MODULES*

Bachelor Degree

Advanced Diploma Life Drawing

User Interaction Design

New Media & Interactive Environments

Design and Culture

Web Development 1

Graphic Design & Multimedia Studio 1 & 2

Creativity and Problem Solving

3D Techniques

Design & Subculture

Academic Research

Interactive Media Design

Design & Marketing

& Communication Skills

Experimental Video

Project Management

Digital Photography

Web Development 2

Major Studio Project 1 & 2

Digital Illustration

Portfolio & Presentation

Image Processing

Advanced Interactive Media Design

Colour for Designers

Final Major Project

Typography 1

Internship (Multimedia Design)

Design Principles Screenplay & Storyboarding Identity System Video & Audio Techniques Animation Principles

*Subject to change due to curriculum update.

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FASHION COMMUNICATION AND JOURNALISM Bachelor of Design, majoring in Fashion Marketing

Awarded by Raffles College of Design and Commerce, Sydney, Australia Intakes

January, April, July and October

Duration

3 Years (Full Time)

COURSE OVERVIEW The course gives students an in-depth understanding of promotional activities; corporate journalism and publications; events planning; international public relations; communication plans; and fashion photography. Students study the art of integrating fashion and journalism and learn to exercise their knowledge in the real world of fashion journalism.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Fashion Journalist, Fashion Editor, Fashion Assistant, Fashion Stylist, Promotion and Merchandising Assistant, Features Editor

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The three years at Raffles were life-changing; liberating conventions on a battlefield where individuals challenge the status quo and fight fervently for their beliefs. We came from all walks of life and left, weaving in and out a diverse and dynamic social fabric that nurtures a global perspective. In other words, joining Raffles freed me. I risked all and won in the pursuit of re-learning about myself, my dreams and the world beyond. Foo Siew Chen Singapore

COURSE MODULES*

Bachelor Degree

Advanced Diploma Colour Theory for Fashion

Public Relations Writing

Fashion Communication 2

History of Costume

Integrated Marketing Communication

Strategic Marketing

Textiles

Current Issues in the

E-Fashion

Digital Photography

Global Fashion Industry

Social Psychology for Fashion

Page Layout

Fashion Coordination & Promotion

Brand Management

Digital Illustration

Corporate Journalism & Writing

Major Studio Project

Image Processing

for the Media

Garment & Composition

Media & the Culture

Fashion Marketing & Merchandising

Fashion Communication Project 1 & 2

Fashion & the Consumer

Academic Research

Advanced Layout & Production

& Communication Skills

Multimedia & Its Technologies

Contemporary Fashion,

Fashion Communication

Styles & Trends

Market Research Techniques

Internship

Marketing & Design on the Web

*Subject to change due to curriculum update.

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FASHION MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT Bachelor of Design, majoring in Fashion Marketing

Awarded by Raffles College of Design and Commerce, Sydney, Australia Intakes

January, April, July and October

Duration

3 Years (Full Time)

COURSE OVERVIEW The course exposes students to countless opportunities in the fashion industry. It is tailored to blend creative fashion knowledge with business, marketing and contextual studies. Students learn about buying and merchandising practices as well as conceptualising and developing effective brand management strategies to execute advertising and promotional activities. They study how product, customer and market forces interact and get an introduction to the new challenges, technologies and issues facing the fashion industry.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Fashion Buyer, Merchandiser, Event Manager, Brand Manager, Fashion Editor, Image Consultant/Coordinator, Costume Coordinator, Fashion Stylist, Market Researcher, Visual Merchandiser, Public Relations Officer

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My three years in Raffles studying Fashion Marketing has helped me mould and improve my critical thinking and problem-solving skills. I have learnt so much from my lecturers and fellow classmates. The main highlights of my time with Raffles include being presented with the Top Student Award, organising a charitable fashion show, and taking part in the finals for a fashion styling competition. To sum it up, my journey with Raffles has been fruitful and inspiring. Chua Yuan Han Singapore

COURSE MODULES*

Bachelor Degree

Advanced Diploma Fashion Marketing & Merchandising

Principle of Economics

Fashion Communication 2

Fashion Communication

Academic Research &

Strategic Marketing

Colour Theory for Fashion

Communication Skills

E-Fashion

History of Costume

Fashion Coordination & Promotion

Social Psychology for Fashion

Contemporary Fashion, Styles

Principles of Accounting

Brand Management

& Trends

Human Resource Management

Major Studio Project

Garment & Composition

Final Marketing Project 1 & 2

Textiles

Internship

Digital Photography Fashion Advertising Market Research Techniques Product Development Market & Design on the Web Fashion & the Consumer Visual Merchandising Buying Principles 1 & 2

*Subject to change due to curriculum update.

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RETAIL MANAGEMENT

Bachelor of Design, majoring in Fashion Marketing

Awarded by Raffles College of Design and Commerce, Sydney, Australia Intakes

January, April, July and October

Duration

3 Years (Full Time)

COURSE OVERVIEW The course provides students with thorough insights into the retail industry as well as an understanding of the various models of retail marketing. Students learn how to manage the challenging retail environment and enhance its effectiveness by incorporating marketing and integrated marketing communication tools.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Retail Manager, Merchandiser, Operations Manager, Buyer, Customer Service Manager

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Two and a half years ago when I first set foot in Raffles, I was full of dreams. As I started my studies as a Retail Management student, I realised that life is a journey. Raffles has taught me the truth of responsibility, and meeting people of various nationalities has also helped me understand the different cultures and develop into a well-rounded person. Last but not least, I would like to send a big thank you to all the lecturers and staff for their help and support. Pawin Chaicheewinlikit Thailand

COURSE MODULES*

Bachelor Degree

Advanced Diploma Businesss Information Systems

Accounting for Decision Making

Fashion Communication 2

Management & Organization

Integrated Marketing Communication

Strategic Marketing

Behaviour

Service Marketing

E-Fashion

Retail Store Operations

Fashion Coordination & Promotion

Social Psychology for Fashion

Fashion Marketing & Merchandising

Human Resource Management

Brand Management

Fashion & the Consumer

Retail Strategy

Major Studio Project

Principles of Economics

Final Retail Management Project 1 & 2

Business Statistics

Academic Research &

Relationship Marketing Management Communication Skills Visual Merchandising

Managing Retail Channels

Buying Principles 1 & 2

Internship

Retail Marketing & Management Marketing Research Techniques Marketing & Design on the web

*Subject to change due to curriculum update.

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HOSPITALITY Bachelor of Commerce

Awarded by Raffles College of Design and Commerce, Sydney, Australia Intakes

January, April, July and October

Duration

3 Years (Full Time)

COURSE OVERVIEW The course enables students to gain an in-depth understanding of the hospitality industry. They are provided with broadbased training on the industry’s multiple facets. Students also have opportunities to take cross-discipline modules, thus enjoying greater flexibility and versatility in their academic and career pathways.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Food and Beverage Manager, Rooms Division Manager, Hotel Manager, Director of Rooms, Director of Catering, Director of Sales, Event Coordinator, Executive Housekeeper, Catering Manager, Restaurant Manager, Events Manager, Training Manager, Duty Manager

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I am very happy to have chosen Raffles as my school. The building is gorgeous, large and conveniently located downtown. The school facilities are also fantastic, with clean and tidy study rooms, a library and a student rest area. All the lecturers are patient, excellent at teaching and really care for us. That’s why I can study without any worries. Many students from different regions study here so I can get an international experience. I love to study at Raffles and am proud to be a Raffles student. Aye Chan Su

Myanmar

COURSE MODULES*

Bachelor Degree

Advanced Diploma Core

Electives#

Core

Principles of Economics

Operations and Quality Management

Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Principles of Accounting

Principles of Banking & Finance

Cross Cultural Communication

Business Communication

Introduction to Tourism

for Effective Leadership & Management

Skills 1 & 2

& Hospitality Management

Managing Business Information

Principles of Marketing

Travel & Tour Operations

in Hospitality & Tourism

Management Theory & Application

Tourism & Hospitality Marketing

Why Corporate Social Responsibility

Management & Organisational

Meetings, Incentives, Conventions

Matters

Behaviour

& Exhibitions (BTMICE)

Essential E-Marketing Strategy

Business Statistics

Travel Geography

Success Strategies for International

Business Information Systems

Hotel Room Division Management

Marketing

Human Resource Management

Visitor Attractions Management

Integrative Hospitality Project

#You may choose any 6, subject to availability and change

Electives#

Accounting & Finance for Decision Making Customer Relationship Management

Strategy & Operations for Progressive

Corporate Communication

Hotel & Resort Management

Market Research Techniques

Competitive Food & Beverage

or Applied Research Methods

Management

Strategic Management

Events Management

Internship Final Project

#You may choose any 2, subject to availability and change

*Subject to change due to curriculum update.

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FINANCE

Bachelor of Commerce

Awarded by Raffles College of Design and Commerce, Sydney, Australia Intakes

January, April, July and October

Duration

3 Years (Full Time)

COURSE OVERVIEW The course ensures that students are equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills to meet challenges in the everchanging local and global banking and finance environments. Students learn how to apply their knowledge and skills to different real-world scenarios through case studies and project-based methods. Graduates will be well placed in the dynamic banking and finance industry.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Financial Analyst, Personal Financial Advisor, Accountant, Loan Officer, Treasurer

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I’ve found my goal in life thanks to Raffles. It’s been great studying at Raffles because I went through it with my friends and very helpful lecturers. My experience here has made a huge difference in my life. Tan Kuan Hong Malaysia

COURSE MODULES*

Bachelor Degree

Advanced Diploma Core

Electives#

Core

Principles of Economics

Operations & Quality Management

Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Principles of Accounting

Principles of Banking & Finance

Cross Cultural Communication for Effective

Business Communication

Investment Analysis

Leadership & Management

Skills 1 & 2

Banking Operations & Risk Analysis

International Business

Principles of Marketing

International Finance Markets

Why Corporate Social Responsibility

Management Theory & Application

& Comparative Banking

Matters

Management & Organisational

Banking Law & International

Knowledge Management for Today’s

Behaviour

Banking Law

Competitive Company

Business Statistics

Corporate Finance

Perspectives on International

Business Information Systems

Managerial Economics

Trade & Finance

Human Resource Management Accounting & Finance for Decision

Integrative Finance Project #You may choose any 6, subject to availability and change

Making

Electives#

Customer Relationship Management

E-Finance in Today’s Global Economy

Corporate Communication

Financial Modeling

Market Research Techniques or

Project Management

Applied Research Methods

International Finance & Banking

Strategic Management Internship

#You may choose any 2, subject to availability and change

Final Project

*Subject to change due to curriculum update.

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MANAGEMENT Bachelor of Commerce

Awarded by Raffles College of Design and Commerce, Sydney, Australia Intakes

January, April, July and October

Duration

3 Years (Full Time)

COURSE OVERVIEW The course ensures that students are equipped with the necessary management knowledge and skills to meet challenges in the ever-changing local and global business environments. Students also learn how to apply their knowledge and skills to different real-world scenarios through case studies and project-based methods. Graduates will be well placed to meet the demands in the dynamic business world.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Project Manager, Business Manager, Management Analyst, Operations Manager, Store Manager

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I appreciate that Raffles has given me this opportunity to pursue an overseas education anywhere within the Raffles network. From Raffles, I have gained a lot of business knowledge. The lecturers are supportive, inspiring, and passionate. I believe once I have finished my bachelor degree in Raffles, I will be able to achieve my goals.

Lance Chan Sec Choe Malaysia

COURSE MODULES*

Bachelor Degree

Advanced Diploma Core

Electives#

Core

Principles of Economics

Operations & Quality Management

Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Principles of Accounting

Principles of Banking & Finance

Cross Cultural Communication for Effective

Business Communication

Marketing Management

Leadership & Management

Skills 1 & 2

Corporate Identity & Brand

International Business

Principles of Marketing

Management

Why Corporate Social Responsibility

Management Theory & Application

Management from International

Matters

Management & Organisational

& Comparative Views

Knowledge Management for Today’s

Behaviour

Leadership & Social Responsibilities

Competitive Company

Business Statistics

Negotiation & Conflict Management

Perspectives on International Trade

Business Information Systems

Business Law

& Finance

Human Resource Management Accounting & Finance for Decision

#You may choose any 6, subject to availability and change

Integrative Management Project

Making

Electives#

Customer Relationship Management

E-Commerce in the Modern Global

Corporate Communication

Economy

Market Research Techniques

Project Management

or Applied Research Methods

International Management for Innovation

Strategic Management

& Growth

Internship

Strategic Decision Making

Final Project

#You may choose any 2, subject to availability and change

*Subject to change due to curriculum update.

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TOURISM

Bachelor of Commerce

Awarded by Raffles College of Design and Commerce, Sydney, Australia Intakes

January, April, July and October

Duration

3 Years (Full Time)

COURSE OVERVIEW The course enables students to gain an indepth understanding of the tourism industry. They are provided with broad-based training on the industry’s multiple facets. Students also have opportunities to take crossdiscipline modules, thus enjoying greater flexibility and versatility in their academic and career pathways.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Tourism Marketing Consultant, Tour Operator, Conference Coordinator, Events Planner, Conference Manager, Logistics and Support Manager, Destination and Entertainment Manager, Tourism Marketing Manager

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I really enjoy the classroom atmosphere at Raffles. Most of the classes are interactive and encourage critical thinking during classroom discussions. Due to the mix of international students, many different views on topics are discussed. All lecturers are very helpful, not just during classes, but also via email or when approached after class. Charlotte Waltraut Mary Frank Germany

COURSE MODULES*

Bachelor Degree

Advanced Diploma Core

Electives#

Core

Principles of Economics

Operations and Quality Management

Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Principles of Accounting

Principles of Banking & Finance

Cross Cultural Communication for

Business Communication

Introduction to Tourism

Effective Leadership and Management

Skills 1 & 2

& Hospitality Management

Managing Business Information in

Principles of Marketing

Travel & Tour Operations

Hospitality and Tourism

Management Theory & Application

Tourism & Hospitality Marketing

Why Corporate Social Responsibility

Management & Organisational

Meetings, Incentives, Conventions

Matters

Behaviour

and Exhibitions (BTMICE)

Essential E-Marketing Strategy

Business Statistics

Travel Geography

Success Strategies for International

Business Information Systems

Hotel Room Division Management

Marketing

Human Resource Management

Visitor Attractions Management

Integrative Tourism Project

#You may choose any 6, subject to availability and change

Electives#

Accounting & Finance for Decision Making Customer Relationship Management

Competitive Product Design & Pricing

Corporate Communication

in Tourism Today

Market Research Techniques

Tourism in Asia: Emerging Trends

or Applied Research Methods

& Opportunities

Strategic Management

Events Management

Internship Final Project

#You may choose any 2, subject to availability and change

*Subject to change due to curriculum update.

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MARKETING Bachelor of Commerce

Awarded by Raffles College of Design and Commerce, Sydney, Australia Intakes

January, April, July and October

Duration

3 Years (Full Time)

COURSE OVERVIEW This specialisation will ensure that graduates are equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills to meet challenges in the everchanging local and global marketing environments. Students will learn how to apply their knowledge and skills to different real-world scenarios through case studies and project-based methods. Graduates will be well placed to meet the demands in the dynamic marketing world.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Marketing Manager, Marketing Consultant, Project Manager, Market Research Manager/ Executive

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My time at Raffles has been very helpful and educational. I spent my first year at Raffles in Hanoi and thereafter moved to Singapore to complete my studies. Raffles in Singapore has been a great experience for me as I have learnt a lot from studying in a different country and meeting a lot of new people from different cultures. It has given me experiences and knowledge that I will find very helpful for the future. Vu Minh Tung Vietnam

COURSE MODULES*

Bachelor Degree

Advanced Diploma Core

Electives#

Core

Principles of Economics

Operations & Quality Management

Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Principles of Accounting

Principles of Banking & Finance

Cross Cultural Communication for Effective

Business Communication

Marketing Management

Leadership & Management

Skills 1 & 2

Corporate Identity & Brand

International Business

Princinples of Marketing

Management

Why Corporate Social Responsibility

Management Theory & Application

E-Marketing

Matters

Management & Organisational

International Marketing

Knowledge Management for Today’s

Behaviour

Business Law

Competitive Company

Business Statistics

Formulating Marketing Plans

Perspectives on International

Business Information Systems Human Resource Management

#You may choose any 6, subject to availability and change

Trade & Finance Integrative Marketing Project

Accounting & Finance for Decision Making

Electives#

Customer Relationship Management

Essential E-Marketing Strategy

Corporate Communication

Success Strategies for International

Market Research Techniques

Marketing

or Applied Research Methods

Services Marketing

Strategic Management

Project Management

Internship Final Project

#You may choose any 2, subject to availability and change

*Subject to change due to curriculum update.

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APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY Specialist Diploma

Awarded by Raffles College of Higher Education, Singapore Intakes

January, April, July and October

Duration

2 Years (Full Time)

COURSE OVERVIEW The course is designed to offer a modern approach to the wide range of psychology issues, with a special focus on helping the communities and the application in the industry. Students are offered a comprehensive and broad spectrum of psychology modules, covering all major themes in psychology, including a deep theoretical understanding and practical development of professional skills, as well as the application of knowledge and skills in the different career paths. The emphasis is put on a critical thinking and proactive learning process, which offers all students a unique educational experience and cutting-edge preparation to join the body of the highly qualified professionals in the area of human communication and behaviour modification.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Clinical Psychologist, Counsellor, School Psychologist, Industrial-Organisational Psychologist, Developmental Psychologist, Social Psychologist, Research/Experimental Psychologist, Lecturer/Teacher/Training Officer, Forensic Psychologist, Health Psychologist, Mental Health Practitioner, Human Resources and Recruitment Practitioner

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It’s been a rewarding experience to obtain an education at Raffles with its cozy campus and excellent student facilities. I am proud to be a Raffles student and there is a true appreciation for other cultures and ethnic harmony within the school. The lecturers and faculty are very encouraging, efficient and always go the extra mile to ensure students receive the help they need to reach their full potential.

Vanessa Emily Quek Singapore

COURSE MODULES*

Advanced Diploma Introductory Psychology 1 & 2

Organisational Psychology

Human Growth & Developmental

Family Dynamics

Psychology

Evolutionary Psychology

Psychology of Learning

Neuropsychology

Emotion, Motivation & Cognition

Statistical & Research Methodology 2

Social Psychology

Neuropsychology

Introduction to Counselling

Abnormal Psychology

Psychotherapy

Disorders of Infancy, Childhood

Statistical & Research

& Adolescence

Methodology 1 & 2

Addictions & Interventions

Neuroscience & Behaviour Sensation & Perception Introductory to Hypnotherapy Cognitive Psychology

*Subject to change due to curriculum update.

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CLOUD COMPUTING & IT SECURITY Advanced Diploma

Intakes

January, April, July and October

Duration

2 Years (Full Time)

COURSE OVERVIEW This programme aims to develop the knowledge and skills to configure; to maintain and manage cloud computing networks, the knowledge and skills to secure computer networks; and to develop infocomm solutions.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Security Analyst, Security Engineer, Security Technology Consultant, InfoComm Technology Auditor, Network Engineer/Administrator, System Engineer/ Administrator, InfoComm Solutions Architect

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COURSE MODULES*

Advanced Diploma Learning Studies

Server Virtualisation

Computing Fundamentals

Applications Infrastructure Implementation

Cloud Computing Fundamentals

Enterprise Administration

Directory Services Planning

Virtual Environment Implementation

& Implementation

Virtualisation Administration

Desktop Administration

Private Cloud Implementation

Information Security Fundamentals

Penetration Testing

& Ethics

Network and Systems Security

Network Infrastructure

Capstone Project

Implementation and Management Architecting for the Cloud Desktop Virtualisation

*Subject to change due to curriculum update.

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CENTRE OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT At Raffles, our students’ success is our success. At Raffles Centre of Professional Development (CPD), we assimilate our students to the industry for: Projects Internships Industry research Career and professional development Raffles prepares our students with professional development skills and provides resources in support of their careers. By forging an extensive strategic alliance with the industry, our team at CPD provides a seamless interface between industries and our students, opening a world of career opportunities for them. In addition, Raffles has the benefit of strong industry input to inject the latest industry practice and know-how into its curriculum and pedagogy. As a result of this close collaboration, our graduates are industry ready and can contribute immediately to their employers. With the intricate knowledge of the industry, Raffles is able to maximise its training to ensure a constant flow of competent professionals into the industry. In addition, our graduates are able to find jobs of their choice. In this way, we fulfill the career goal of our graduates and cater to the needs of the industry.

Our Industry Partners

To find out more, please log on to www.raffles-cpd.com

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This is the blueprint of success. At Raffles, we firmly believe that success is not a coincidence Success is by Design.

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Raffles College of Higher Education (Singapore) Prospectus 11 Sept 2013