Standing out from the crowd in a highly competitive job market requires you to have a decisive edge.

The INTI Pre-University course not only prepares you for tertiary studies at the world’s best academic institutions, it also empowers you with a holistic foundation of both soft skills and knowledge to succeed later in life.

World-class Subject Matter Experts

The INTI Pre-University programme is staffed by some of the world’s best lecturers as well as a team of respected Subject Matter Experts (SME).

Each SME is an authority in their own field, offering specialised, world-class expertise in an important subject, business area or technical field, allowing INTI students exclusive access to their expert knowledge. INTI’s SMEs also act to ensure that the courses offered at the INTI Pre-University programme are kept relevant and to the world’s highest standards. The results speak for themselves.

Over the years, INTI has produced Cambridge A Level students who have achieved Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards. Recipients of the award are recognised as the world’s best scoring students, with INTI Pre-University students earning Top in the World and Top in Malaysia for Biology, Business, Economics, Law, Mathematics and Physics.

For SACE International, INTI Pre-University students were awarded the Highest SACE International Subject Achiever Award and SACE Merit Certificates for Accounting, Biology, Chemistry, English as Second Language Studies, Mathematical Studies, Research Project and Physics.

INTI University Placement Services Team

Applying to a university set in a foreign country can be a highly stressful process with a host of rules and regulations to comply with and multiple procedures to undertake during the application process.

The experienced University Placement Services team helps to make the whole process a more pleasant and less stressful experience. As a complimentary service for INTI students, the team can help with the following challenges facing students and offer the following services:

  • Assistance with the application process for scholarships and university placements along with preliminary budgeting for living abroad
  • Professional advice on selecting the best academic institution to fit a student’s needs
  • Advice to craft an effective study plan to meet the English entry requirements for a selected academic programme
  • Regular mock interview workshops to enable students to practice their skills before undertaking an actual university placement interview
  • Assistance with facilitating a letter of recommendation for university applications for eligible students
  • Special talks by invited speakers from overseas universities on succeeding in the university application process

Industry Attachment Programme

A pioneer addition to the INTI Pre-University programme, students are able to volunteer for internships with accredited partners and learn more about the working world in a safe, supervised manner.

Parent/Teacher Consultation Sessions

To ensure students are progressing on the right path and caregivers are properly appraised of their child’s progress, the INTI Pre-University course integrates regular parent-teacher meetings in week 8 or 9 of every semester so that both sides can highlight any concerns that they have.

Student performance is also regularly monitred with an early warning system set in place to help correct their course if they fall behind or encounter challenges in their studies.

Students who require additional assistance can also consult with their lecturers for four hours per week. For those who need further help, INTI has also provisioned Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) where senior students help to guide academically poor students in order to improve their performance.

Extra-curricular Activities

Placement in the world’s best universities requires that prospective candidates are excellent all-rounders with a holistic education that covers not only academic knowledge but soft skills as well.

The INTI Pre University programme prepares you for excellence by offering students a vast array of extra-curricular activities that help to develop the 4C’s – Communication, Critical Thinking Skills, Collaboration and Creativity – all of which are required skills for success in higher education and later in life. The intake proactively organised several activities.

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