Diploma in Media and Communication (DMC) JAE Code: S86

Entry Requirements

 

Full-time application is open to GCE 'O' Level / SPM / UEC holders.

GCE 'O' Level / SPM / UEC Qualifications

Applicants must obtain:

i) the following GCE 'O' Level grades at not more than two sittings and

ii) 26 points or better for the net ELR2B2 aggregate score (i.e. English Language, 2 relevant subjects and best 2 other subjects, including CCA Bonus points)

Subject Grade
i) English Language (as 1st Lang) 1 - 4*
ii) Mathematics (Elementary / Additional) 1 - 7
iii) Any three other subjects 1 - 6

Admission Eligibility

To be eligible for admission, an applicant must also have sat for one of the following subjects:

Art / Art & Design Economics History Media Studies (English)
Business Studies Geography Introduction to Enterprise Development Music
Combined Humanities Higher Art Literature in English / Chinese / Malay / Tamil  
Commerce
/ Commercial Studies
Higher Music Media Studies (Chinese)  

* Applicants offering SPM / UEC qualifications must attain a minimum grade of A+ to A- / 1 to 2 for their Bahasa Inggeris (1119) / English Language. SPM Grades A+ to D are equivalent to GCE 'O' Level Grades 1 to 7.

JAE ELR2B2

The JAE ELR2B2 indicates the net aggregate score of the lowest ranked students who were admitted to these courses in the JAE. These aggregate scores are meant as a reference for applicants applying to these courses, and do not constitute the admission scores for subsequent admissions exercises.

International Qualifications

Students with international qualifications should refer to the Entry Criteria for International Qualifications.

Financial Matters

Find out more about course fees and financial assistance schemes.

 

Life in DMC was fantastic! I established a strong foundation and it gave me the competitive edge over those who have worked longer. What I gained in my advertising, media and design classes enabled me to understand creative concepts and hence sell better, while the skills in business and research have helped me to constructively critique marcom plans to create unconventional ideas."

Ms Jolynn Wong
eCommunications Assistant Vice President
at DBS Bank
Group Strategic Marketing & Communications