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fnpb93 03-02-2018 05:56 PM

SUSS Part Time VS Full-Time?
 
Hi!

I heard that SUSS FT programs are actually quite competitive now, so it's pretty hard to enter afaik.

I was wondering if there any difference between FT and PT certs in terms of recognition etc because according to SUSS, I am able to take a PT cert after my national service. As my results ain't that good, I was wondering if there's actually anyone who is in the same situation as me (aka finished NS, took PT cert as full-time study after NS). Advice will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks! :D

divasion 03-02-2018 06:01 PM

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Originally Posted by fnpb93 (Post 112645914)
Hi!

I heard that SUSS FT programs are actually quite competitive now, so it's pretty hard to enter afaik.

I was wondering if there any difference between FT and PT certs in terms of recognition etc because according to SUSS, I am able to take a PT cert after my national service. As my results ain't that good, I was wondering if there's actually anyone who is in the same situation as me (aka finished NS, took PT cert as full-time study after NS). Advice will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks! :D

yerp. i took pt studies although i not working since 2015. now no difference on recognition already.. only difference is one is at night, one is day time.. part time exam paper take same one as full time paper if ur course got full time equivalent..

Technically,my resume the only jobs i have is those after o level kind , like work restaurant gym etc.. i dont even have a single full time office work related job in my resume.lol

mrclubbie 03-02-2018 09:27 PM

I heard there is no difference. FT students also same number of lessons as PT students. Many join the PT classes. Maybe that is why they starting to change the assessment criteria for the modules for PT students ?

Onelastwish 04-02-2018 11:20 AM

No difference.

Completed my part time degree last semester. Applied job in Govt sector.

Got called up for interview.

Don't worry so much, just go ahead and pursue your education.

divasion 04-02-2018 12:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Onelastwish (Post 112655499)
No difference.

Completed my part time degree last semester. Applied job in Govt sector.

Got called up for interview.

Don't worry so much, just go ahead and pursue your education.

ya,even though who graduated as open university,unisim will have their cert put as suss

fnpb93 04-02-2018 04:00 PM

Did u took any FT degrees b4? sry 4 asking

cherylchan96 12-09-2018 11:10 PM

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Originally Posted by divasion (Post 112645966)
yerp. i took pt studies although i not working since 2015. now no difference on recognition already.. only difference is one is at night, one is day time.. part time exam paper take same one as full time paper if ur course got full time equivalent..

Technically,my resume the only jobs i have is those after o level kind , like work restaurant gym etc.. i dont even have a single full time office work related job in my resume.lol

Hi, just curious, I thought the requirements of pt studies in suss are 2 years ft working experience or currently employed?

divasion 13-09-2018 01:33 AM

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Originally Posted by cherylchan96 (Post 116474838)
Hi, just curious, I thought the requirements of pt studies in suss are 2 years ft working experience or currently employed?

nope,for guys, ns counted as 2 years work experience.. if no 2 year work experience,i not sure if the "currently employed" can or not.


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