Prospective Students

Prospective Students

Welcome to Royal Media College Here, we are enthusiastic about your interest in our diploma programs. We offer diploma in diverse areas of journalism, communication as well as language studies.

The School additionally offers Certificate courses and advanced diploma in almost all the areas of journalism.

Admission to one of these courses is only obtained by applying directly to the school or by downloading our application form through this link, fill and submit it to Royal Media College (see our contact section for address).

WHEN IS THE APPLICATION PERIOD EACH YEAR?

Students are admitted to Royal Media College on a space-available basis but in batches. The application is always open until a certain number of registered students is reached. Space is carefully decided based in of our national accreditation standards and School resources and staff.

WILL I AUTOMATICALLY BE SELECTED INTO ROYAL MEDIA COLLEGE IF I MEET THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS ?

Completing the required Senior High School and meeting the other requirements listed at the admission section of this site that a student is eligible to submit an application for acceptance into Royal Media College.

CAN I AUTOMATICALLY TRANSFER INTO COMMUNICATION, JOURNALISM, MEDIA STUDIES OR PUBLIC RELATIONS?

On-campus and off-campus transfer students is allowed at Royal Media college However depending on how far the batch you intend to join may have gone, you may be asked to wait for the upcoming batch this may also attract additional fee. Students who are not accepted into one of the School's programs can meet with the School adviser for other curricular options.

IF I AM ACCEPTED INTO ANY OF THE ROYAL MEDIA COLLEGE PROGRAMS, HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE ME TO COMPLETE MY ADVANCED DIPLOMA, DIPLOMA OR CERTIFICATE?

All of the School's programs take a minimum of six months to nine months complete. royal media college coursework is sequential and the number of available seats in skills-based and studio courses are limited to 17 to 20 students, per our national accreditation standards. On-campus or off-campus transfer students accepted into Royal Media College School's programs should anticipate that it will still take them six months to nine months to complete the program.

HOW DIFFICULT IS IT TO OBTAIN CLASSES IN MY MAJOR?

Courses in the Royal Media College are extremely popular and, therefore, are in high demand. We offer as many courses each academic year as our resources allow. As stated above, the number of available seats in skills-based and studio courses are limited to 18 to 20 students, per our national accreditation standards. We advise students to follow the plan of study for their respective programs and meet with the School adviser when they have questions or concerns.

It is very crucial for students to register for classes as soon as possible. When a batch is full, we manage the course wait lists, by first-come first-served basis.

We strongly advice students to enroll in courses that have available seats before placing themselves on a closed course’s wait list. Royal Media College cannot always guarantee that we will be able to add additional seats in a course. However, we can only open additional batch of a particular course to accommodate students who place themselves on a wait list.

Royal Media College does not advise parents to contact lecturers if their student has difficulty adding a course. It is very important for your son/daughter to develop good relationships with their lecturers by meeting with them personally. Parents should advice their son/daughter to follow-up directly with an adviser or lecturer if he/she has an issue or a question.

Please visit the program pages to pick up a more noteworthy understanding into our programs of study of our School and the focus of our academic courses.

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