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Sekolah Bahasa
S1 Pengantar Bahasa Inggris

 

  • Industrial electronics and control engineering
  • Industrial electronics and control engineering (with chinese)
  • Industrial electronics and control engineering (with management)
  • Events management
  • Events management (with Chinese)
  • Manufacturing System Engineering
  • Manufacturing System Engineering (with Chinese)
  • Manufacturing System Engineering (with Management)

 

 

S2 Pengantar Bahasa Inggris
S1 dan S2 Pengantar Bahasa Mandarin

The Sino-British College (SBC) is an international university college, jointly established by the University of Shanghai for Science & Technology (USST), and 9 leading British Universities: The University of Bradford, The University of Huddersfield, The University of Leeds, Leeds Beckett University, Liverpool John Moores University, Manchester Metropolitan University, The University of Salford, The University of Sheffield, and Sheffield Hallam University.

SBC became a fully licensed university college on September 1st, 2006. It is the only Shanghai-based higher education institution to be awarded a license by the Chinese Ministry of Education to offer full degree programmes taught entirely in English to multiple overseas universities (the so-called “1 to N Consortium Model”), either taught entirely at the Shanghai campus, or with a period of study abroad. Graduates are awarded degrees from one of the partner British institutions.

SBC is based in a beautiful historic campus in the heart of the city of Shanghai. Currently, it has about 1,600 full-time undergraduate students and about 100 international students from nearly 30 countries and regions. Degree programmes are taught entirely in the English language across the whole spectrum of Business and Engineering by a highly qualified academic team comprising about 80 international staff from 20 different countries plus about 100 bilingual administrative staff many of whom have studied for international degrees.

In the summer of 2015, SBC hosted three graduation ceremonies for students graduating from Liverpool John Moores University (Engineering), University of Huddersfield (Events Management) and The University of Sheffield (Business Management). As the fifth cohort of SBC/USST students completing full UK bachelor’s degrees entirely in English in Shanghai, the 2015 graduates have been recognised as having achieved great success both in terms of outstanding academic performance, social responsibility through their charity work and high employability with over 98% already employed or in Graduate programmes at excellent universities in the UK, USA, Canada and Australia etc.

The SBC team is committed to offering international degree education at the very highest level with continuing support from partner universities in both China and the UK.

 

Facts at-a-Glance

The Sino-British College (SBC) was granted its license in 2006 to offer British degrees taught in English at its flagship campus – envisioned as the “Model Campus of Learning” – established at the Fuxing Campus of the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology. Known as “Shanghai’s British University College”, SBC is rapidly developing as a centre for innovation in academic teaching methods and is now positioning itself to become a world leader in Sino-foreign research collaboration through its planned inter-university centre.

(As of Autumn 2015)

Student body

Number of students: 1,603 students including 599 undergraduates studying the foundation year, 1,004 undergraduates studying Bachelor’s degree programmes and 93 international students from 29 countries and regions.

Faculty

SBC currently has about 80 international faculty members dispersed among 5 academic Divisions, Centre of English for Academic Purposes and Centre of Physics and Maths. Currently, the majority of Year 4 lectures are conducted by Fly-in faculty from partner universities with tutors from SBC. All USST modules are covered by teaching faculty from USST main campus.

SBC Centre of English for Academic Purposes (CEAP) has 20 language certified teachers. All teachers have a minimum qualification of a CELTA or equivalent, and most have DELTA or a higher degree.

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1,603 students : 105 staff = 15.2

Profile of Student Intake (Autumn 2015 enrolled)

602 students enrolled

138 from Shanghai, 43 from overseas (20 countries and regions)

Fields of study

SBC has 2 Schools including 5 Divisions and 2 Centres as follows:

The School of Business and Communication

  • Division of Business Management
  • Division of Events Management
  • Division of Accounting and Finance
  • Centre of English for Academic Purposes (CEAP)

The School of Engineering

  • Division of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Division of Mechanical Engineering
  • Centre of Physics & Mathematics

NOTE: Facts at-a-Glance are updated periodically, using the most recent data available.

 

SBC Campus

Historic Campus

Built almost a century ago, SBC’s truly unique campus has classical European architecture, and is located right at the heart of Shanghai. The buildings include German, French and British design features, and the campus gardens are maintained with a combination of Chinese and European balance. Ever since the campus was built, it has been a place for distinguished learning and research. From here, its academic community is making increasing key contributions to the economic and social well-being of the local community, and will undoubtedly have a growing impact on the city of Shanghai and the nation.

Fantastic Location

SBC’s students and staff can enjoy one of the most convenient locations of any university in China, with restaurants, shops, cinema and transportation within minutes of the campus. For example, walking distances from the campus are: subway station – Shanxi South Road, Line 1 (3 minutes), bus stop (1 minute), cinema (1 minute), restaurants (1 minute), supermarket (1 minute), wet market (2 minutes) 5-storey electronics market (3 minutes), and hotels (2 minutes).

The Shanghai Library and the Harmony Hospital are located close to each other just 2 minutes by bus or taxi from SBC campus.

Shanghai Hongqiao Airport is 30 minutes by taxi and Shanghai Pudong International Airport is 60 minutes by taxi. Alternatively the bullet train brings arrivals from the Pudong International Airport to the city centre in about 30 minutes then visitors can transfer to subway or taxi to SBC Campus.

Program


Non-Native English Speakers

  • UK Bachelors Degrees (4 Years of study)
  • SBC Year 1 (1 Year International Foundation Year)
  • SBC Year 2 (1 Year International Diploma)
  • Course Categories and Subjects

 

Native-English and near-native-English speaking International Students may also take the following programmes:

 

(a) “SBC Year 1”:

  • Equivalent to an “Access Course”, or;
  • Equivalent to NCUK’s International Foundation Year Certificate;

Native-English and near-native-English speakers may elect to take the SBC Year 1 to strengthen their academic qualifications prior to entry into a UK degree programme. Students of this Year 1 Programme may choose to take either the Business or the Engineering stream. Native-English speakers are exempt from studying the English for Academic Purposes and may take elective Mandarin Chinese if they wish. SBC Year 1 is accepted as transferable credit at a large number of British universities.

 

(b) “SBC Year 2”:

  •  Equivalent to the common Year 1 of the 3-years bachelors programme in the UK, or;
  •  Equivalent to NCUK’s International Diploma Certificate;

Native-English and near-native-English speaking international students that meet entry requirements may be allowed to omit the foundation year and enter directly into SBC Year 2. (Note – Admission into SBC Year 2 requires high-school graduation requirements). If desired, native-English speakers may take elective Mandarin Chinese. International students may take this 1 year programme in the following course categories: Accounting and Finance, Business Administration, Events Management, Electronics and Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering.

SBC Year 2 is accepted as transferable credit at a large number of British universities.

 

(c) Language Course Certificates:

Mandarin Chinese courses are available at the Miracle Mandarin Centre at the SBC Campus which is run in cooperation with SBC partner university, USST.

 

Non-Native English Speakers

UK Bachelors Degrees (4 Years of study)

 

The table below summarise the bachelors degree course categories available to non-native English language Language speakers at SBC. (Note – Within each course category there are numerous degree subjects that may be chosen *):

Bachelors Course Categories for Non-Native-English Speakers*

(Must Meet Entry Requirements)

 

Business

Management

Events Management Electrical & Electronic Engineering Mechanical Engineering
The University of Bradford • 2 + 2 • 2+2** • 2 + 2 • 2 + 2
The University of Huddersfield • 2+2 • 2 + 2
• 3 + 1
• 4 + 0
• 2 + 1 + 1
• 2 + 2 • 2 + 2
Leeds Beckett University • 2 + 2 • 2 + 2 NA NA
The University of Leeds • 2 + 2 NA • 2 + 2 • 2 + 2
Liverpool John Moores University • 2+2 • 2+2 • 2 + 2
• 4 + 0
• 2 + 2
• 4 + 0
Manchester Metropolitan University • 2 + 2 • 2 + 2 • 2 + 2 • 2 + 2
The University of Salford • 2 + 2 • 2 + 2 NA • 2 + 2
Sheffield Hallam University • 2 + 2

• 4 + 0***

• 2 + 2 • 2 + 2 • 2 + 2
The University of Sheffield • 2 + 2 NA • 2 + 2 • 2 + 2
Key to Table Above
4 + 0 consists of 4 years at SBC in Shanghai
2 + 1 + 1 consists of 2 year at SBC in Shanghai + 1 year UK Study + 1 final year at SBC in Shanghai
3 + 1 consists of 3 years at SBC in Shanghai + 1 final year UK study
2 + 2 consists of 2 year at SBC in Shanghai + 2 years UK study

 

* If desired, SBC students are able to transfer to a large range of Degree Subjects at the 9 NCUK partner universities after they have completed SBC Year 2 in Shanghai. Please follow the link below to find a list of some of the subjects available in each course category. The full list of subjects and universities is available from International Office:

Business Management | Events Management | Electrical & Electronic Engineering | Mechanical Engineering

** Events Management is not available for 2 + 2 at this university, but other subjects can be chosen.

*** 4 + 0 pathway is subject to final approval.

Other Courses for Non-Native English Speakers

 

Non-native English speaking International Students may also take the following programmes:

 

(a) “SBC Year 1”:

  • Equivalent to an “Access Course”, or;
  • Equivalent to NCUK’s International Foundation Year Certificate;

Non-native English speaking international students that meet the academic entry requirements would normally enter “SBC Year 1” (International Foundation Year) together with the local Chinese students unless they have the appropriate IELTS equivalent grade required. They would focus on learning English for Academic Purposes as well as basic introductory classes for either business or engineering related subjects depending on the student’s preference. Successful students may then progress into SBC Year 2, (equivalent to Year 1 of the 3-years bachelors programme in the UK). SBC Year 1 is accepted as transferable credit for direct entry into Year 1 of the 3-Year UK bachelor degree at a large number of British universities.

 

(b) “SBC Year 2”:

  • Equivalent to the common Year 1 of the 3-years bachelors programme in the UK, or;
  • Equivalent to NCUK’s International Diploma Certificate;

In some cases, Non-Native English speaking international students that meet entry requirements may be allowed to omit the foundation year and enter directly into SBC Year 2. (Note – Admission into SBC Year 2 requires high-school graduation requirements as well as English language requirements). If desired, Non-Native English speakers may take elective Mandarin Chinese. International students may take this 1 year programme in the following course categories: Accounting and Finance, Business Administration, Events Management, Electronics and Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. SBC Year 2 is accepted as transferable credit at a large number of British universities.

 

(c) Language Course Certificates:

International Students will be offered optional “Survival Chinese and Culture” Classes: These classes will focus on speaking and listening, and will help students to adapt to living in China. These classes are offered Free of Charge to students that are registered on full-time undergraduate courses at SBC. Students who meet the attendance requirement of the course will receive an ‘Attendance Certificate’ from SBC based on satisfactory attendance and passing the course requirements.”

Courses in English for Academic Purposes may be applied for on a case-by-case basis.

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