DIPLOMA IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP
MQA/PA11348 | KPT/N/345/4/1110 (11/23)
Awarded by Raffles College of Higher Education, Kuala Lumpur
Intakes: January / May / September
Duration: 2 years, Full-time
RM 47,000 (International)
Possesses SPM/IGCSE/O-Level with at least credit in THREE subjects; OR
Possesses SKM Level 3 in the related field; (Note: The HEPs are required to conduct screening and provide appropriate bridging courses specific to the discipline of the programme); OR
A Certificate (Level 3, MQF) in the related field with at least a CGPA of 2.00; OR
A pass in Sijil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia (STPM) / A-Level with at least Grade C (GP 2.0) in any subject; OR
A pass in Sijil Tinggi Agama Malaysia (STAM) with at least Grade Maqbul; OR
Other equivalent qualifications recognised by the Malaysian Government.
The advancement of Internet-based technology has led to a drastic increase in small or large entrepreneurial ventures. From brick-and-mortar stores to pure click businesses, entrepreneurship has provided the avenue for multiple Job Creation for today’s business graduates.
The Diploma in Entrepreneurship offered by Raffles College of Higher Education prepares students with a strong foundation and mentorship to be successful in entrepreneurial business. This course provides students with a business networking relationship with successful local and global entrepreneurs via various Collaboration and Industry Mentoring programmes and activities.
Students are guided in different stages of transforming an idea or concept into an innovation, invention, or business proposition so that they can develop, launch and manage new products and services successfully. They are taught to apply analytical and innovative thinking to integrate the different functional areas of a venture into a business plan, which is an important deliverable of this course.
- Introduction to Entrepreneurship
- Fundamental of Management
- Business Statistics
- Academic Reading and Writing
- Principles of Marketing
- Operations Management in Business
- Introduction to Business Law
- Advertising and Public Relations
- Fundamental of Finance
- Consumer Behaviour
- Principles of Economic
- Setting up a Small Business Venture
- Human Resource Management
- Professional Writing and Communication
- Business Information Technology
- Financial Accounting
- Management and Organizational Behaviour
- Digital Marketing
- Small Business Management
- E-Commerce Principles
- Business Plan
- Business Creativity and Innovation
- Strategic Management
- Supply Chain and Logistics Fundamentals
- Project Management
- U1: Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 1 (International)
- U1: Philosophy and Current Issues
- U2: Bahasa Kebangsaan A (Malaysian without Credit in Bahasa Melayu)
- U2: Entrepreneurship
- U3: Moral Issues in Malaysian Society
- U4: Co-curricular
A diploma in Entrepreneurship can fetch a variety of career opportunities. They can be employed both in the retail and manufacturing sectors.
Areas of employment include:
- Global Entrepreneur
- Lead Generation Strategist
- Start-up Business Owner
- Event Planner
- Business Consultant
- Franchise Business Owner
- Sales and Business Development Executive
FURTHER STUDY PATHWAYS
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 enhance career opportunities beyond their home country.
ROBERT GORDON UNIVERSITY, ABERDEEN, SCOTLAND
Advanced standing entry to Year 3 of the following 4-year degree:
- BA (Hons) Management
- BA (Hons) International Business Management
INDUSTRY ADVISORY PANEL
Our distinguished Industry Advisory Panel (IAP) for Business ensures that our courses offered are relevant to the current industry needs and practices. The IAP advises and assists in providing students with internship opportunities and sharing insights and industry trends with our students.
The Industry Advisory Panels (IAPs) consist of industry practitioners, leaders, and innovators from the corporate sector, start-ups, enterprises, and government agencies; serve a strategic role in providing industry perspectives and support for the Business Department’s courses and strategic directions; as well as linking the Business Department to the corporate world and government agencies.