The undergraduate programme extends over a minimum of four academic
years and a maximum of eight academic years for full-time study. Most students
tend to finish the programme in four academic years.

– Stage one is
offered on a modular basis to allow students to concentrate on fundamental area
of study. There are 9 modules in stage one academic and each module is thirty
weeks long, excepting the examination weeks.

   – Stage two is
offered on a specific topics to allow students to focus on intermediate area of
study. There are 8 modules in stage two academic and each module is thirty
weeks long, excepting the examination weeks.

– Stage three is
offered on a deeper subjects to allow students to focus on higher area of
study. There are 9 modules in stage one academic and each module is thirty
weeks long, excepting the examination weeks.

– Stage four is
offered on a special materials to allow students to concentrate on final area
of study. There are 11 modules in stage one academic and each module is thirty
weeks long, excepting the examination weeks.