BA (Hons) Early Years Education (3+0)

Course ID
SEGi College Subang Jaya
Level of Study
Bachelor Degree
Awarding Institution
University of Greenwich, UK

With the Diploma in Early Childhood Education as the minimum requirement for those working in kindergartens, the discerning practitioner will want to stand out in the crowd. The BA (hons) Early Years Education (3+0) Degree programme is awarded by The University of Greenwich. It is designed with employability in mind and the degree is a practical programme which require students to be in placement at least twice a week.

This Degree will give you an understanding of the core values of the early years workforce and you will learn about cognition, health and wellbeing, review practice and policy, as well as the importance of encouraging a child’s development in partnership with their family.

The ultimate goal of this degree is to develop agents of change, confident in leading the workforce to create a better future for the next generation.

What you should know about this course
Our specialist facilities simulate an early years nursery for practical academic lessons that will prepare you for employment.
The course provides the opportunity to graduate with a BA and Early Years Teacher Status (EYTS).
91% overall student satisfaction (UK’s National Student Survey 2021)

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Entry requirements

UEC with 5 credits
STPM with Grade C in 3 subjects
A-Level with passes in 3 subjects
Matriculation / Foundation or equivalent
SAM / AUSMAT with min ATAR 60
Related SKM Level 5
Related Diploma

Programme structure and modules

Year 1

Understanding and Managing Children’s Behaviour
Children as Confident Learners
Introduction to Health and Wellbeing from Conception to Young Adulthood
Introduction to the Children’s Workforce: Workplace Experience 1
Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2 (International students)
Tamadun Islam & Tamadun Asia (Local students)
The World from the Child’s Perspective
Engaging Play
Malaysian Studies 3 (International students)
Hubungan Etnik (Local students)
Design Thinking / Bahasa Kebangsaan A*
Elective: Academic Research Methods or Communication and Thinking Skills

Year 2

Social Policy and Social Pedagogies
The Young Mathematician
Supporting the Social Well-being of Children and their Families: Workplace Experience 2
Malaysia Society 5.0
Enabling Environments for Young Children: Supporting Outdoor Play
Young Explorers: Knowledge and Understanding of the World
Language and Digital Literacies
Understanding Creativity in Early Years Contexts
Work Placement 1 / Practicum 1: TASKA

Year 3

Child Development and Learning: Birth to Eight Years
Leading and Managing in Early Years: Workplace Experience 3
Curriculum and Assessment in Early Years: Workplace Project
Keeping Children Safe from Harm
Community Engagement
Mentor Preparation for the Children’s Workforce
Work Placement 2 / Practicum 2: TADIKA
Elective: Mentor Preparation for the Children’s Workforce or Early Intervention

Financial Aid / Funding

SEGi Monthly Installment
Low Initial Payment

Career opportunities

The programme prepares you to take on leadership and management positions in a range of settings and services. These include early years settings, children’s centres, health and social care, community settings and childminding networks.

Intakes & Orientation Dates

Year 1-3 Intakes
22/01/2024 18/06/2024 18/09/2024
Orientation Dates
20/01/2024 15/06/2024 14/09/2024
Year 2 Intakes
Orientation Dates