First Briefing - Faculty of Business

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BIT3024/34
INDUSTRIAL TRAINING
BRIEFING
Prepared By:
Industrial Training Committee
7 November 2014
OBJECTIVES
 To prepare the students for their professional careers
upon graduation
To expose students to the 'real' working environment and
get acquainted with the organization structure, business
operations and administrative functions.
To have hands-on experience in the students’ related
field so that they can relate and reinforce what has been
taught at the university.
To enhance the employment
employability of our graduates.
opportunities
and
How are BIT3024 and BIT3034 different?
BIT3024
 For student intake
BEFORE June
BIT3034
 For student intake June
2010/2011
ONWARDS (in BETA
2010/11 (in BETA year)
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Grading system:
PASS or FAIL
Credit hour: 6 credit
hours
Duration: 15 weeks
year)
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Grading system:
PASS or FAIL
Credit hour: 6 credit
hours
Duration: 12 weeks
***Requirement:
BIT3034/3024 is the ONLY ONE subject that can be taken for Trimester 3,
2014/2015 for all BBA and BBKM Gamma students
INDUSTRIAL TRAINING
PROGRAM
 BIT3034------12 weeks
 Commencing date: 2nd
March until 24th May 2015
 Latest attachment date – 15th March 2015
 Nature of jobs must be related to the areas of
business/specialization.
 BIT3024------15 weeks
 Commencing date: 2nd
March until 14th June 2015
Latest attachment date – 15th March 2015
 Nature of jobs must be related to the areas of
business/specialization.
PLACEMENT LOCATIONS
1. Students are strongly advised to select an organisation which is
relevant to respective programmes.
2. Fully responsible for their own placements.
3. Responsibility of the student to notify the Industrial Training
Committee of the final company chosen.
4. Trainee positions such as promoter, operator or other positions
that do not relate to the student’s programme of study are NOT
ALLOWED.
5. Trainee positions in an organisation OWNED/MANAGED BY A
CLOSE FAMILY MEMBER ARE NOT ALLOWED.
PLACEMENT LOCATIONS
6. International students are ALLOWED to apply for a placement
in an organization in their home country/other countries
(subject to terms and conditions).
7. Students must accept the FIRST placement offered to them
and all placements must be on a FULL TIME basis.
8. Upon acceptance of the training placement (i.e. contract has
been signed by the student), it is deemed that the placement
has been confirmed and finalised. As such, students are NOT
ALLOWED TO CHANGE THEIR TRAINING PLACEMENT
ORGANISATION.
PLACEMENT LOCATIONS
9. Any change in the placement organisation after it
has been confirmed and finalised will result in an
‘F’ grade being awarded to the student.
10.Students are to be fully responsible for the terms
and conditions imposed by the Company.
11.The University is NOT LIABLE for any breach of
contract between the Student and the Company.
PROCEDURES
Before the training
 Students are NOT ALLOWED to register for the industrial
training if they fail to attend all the briefing sessions.
 Call up the company to find out whether there is a vacancy for
industrial trainees before sending out the application letters.
 If the company has vacancies, get the name of the person in
charge so that students can address the letter to the person
in charge correctly in the application letter. The person in
charge may be from the HR department, training department,
or any other department in the organization.
 Letter without complete information (either information about
you yourself or the company) may result in not getting any
reply from the company.
PROCEDURES
 Students are required to fill up the four (4) sets of
documents (refer to the FOB website on BIT3034 and
Appendix A)
 For the Pre-Placement Registration, students need to
submit the following documents:
a. Confirmation of Student Status Letter
b. Cover Letter
c. Application Form
d. Company Confirmation Letter
e. Academic Achievement/Results (the online version
is sufficient)
PROCEDURES
 The Industrial Training Committee will NOT
ENTERTAIN registration that is made with
incomplete documents.
 Marks will be deducted if irregularities are found in
the application stage and/or training period.
 All documents MUST BE SUBMITTED to be verified
by the assigned Lecturers.
 It is the responsibility of the student to contact and
follow up with the company of their choice 2 weeks
after the submission of the application. Students are
to do the same for the second company (if
applicable).
Programme
Lecturer-in-charge
Bachelor of Business
Administration (Honours)
Banking and Finance
Mr. Ng Tuan Hock
Bachelor of Business
Administration (Honours)
Marketing Management
Mr. Stany Wee Lian Fong
Bachelor of Business
Administration (Honours)
Human Resource Management
Ms. Cheah Chew Sze
Bachelor of Business
Administration (Honours)
International Business
Ms. Yeo Sook Fern
Bachelor of Business and
Knowledge Management
(Honours)
Ms. Lim Kah Boon
PROCEDURES
 Not able to secure an industrial training placement by the
stipulated deadline, the student must notify the Industrial
Training Committee in writing within one week of the
deadline so that the Faculty could assist the student with
alternative arrangements.
 Students are to register for the industrial training subject
(BIT3034 or BIT3024) during the course registration
period. The faculty will not be responsible for any issues
that may arise due to the failure of students to register for
the industrial training subject.
GRADING: PASS or FAIL
Components
Student’s monthly reports
Student’s Final Report
Lecturer's Evaluation
During Industrial Visit
Employer's Evaluation
Total
Marks
20%
40%
20%
20%
100%
The student is given FAIL grade, if

<10% of employer evaluation;

<10% of lecturer’s evaluation; or

<50% of total marks
A certificate of achievement will be awarded to students
who obtain at least 80% of the total marks for this subject.
DEDUCTIONS OF MARKS
Marks to be deducted on the following
issues:
when the student obtains more than one
company’s offer and fail to inform the
company whose offer he/she decides to
reject;
or not adhering to the planned schedule.
LEAVE OF ABSENCE
If a student QUITS the program after its
commencement,
NOT ALLOWED to register for any subjects
offered in Tri 3, 2014/2015;
He/she has to apply for “Leave of Absence”
for that trimester, subject to the Dean’s
approval;
Appeal will be looked into on case by case
basis
Letter of Indemnity
A promise of payment in case of any
damage /loss
MMU DOES NOT issue Letter of
Indemnity to any company
APPLICATION FOR
OVERSEA INTERNSHIP
o Students need to ensure that the company is genuine
and valid.
o Call/ send the company an e-mail to enquire about
internship opportunities.
o A corresponding e-mail between the applicant and the
company is needed (preferably) before the application
form is submitted to the faculty for authentication.
o Faculty will cross check the documents and company
identity.
o Once verification is complete, the students may
continue the application process, i.e. send out the
formal letter.
Important !!!
 Ensure your own safety and health while having an
international internship.
 Students are expected to report any suspicion to the
Faculty immediately.
 No illegal activities is allowed at all.
 The Faculty and the University holds no responsibility
over activities during oversea training.
 Working permit/ Visa arrangement is between the
student and the employer. Neither MMU nor the
faculty will not make further arrangement.
 Students are expected to know all of the do’s and
don’ts of the host country and shall avoid any
prohibitions/violations.
WHO TO CONTACT?
Ms. Yeo Sook Fern
06-2523086
[email protected]
Ms. Lim Kah Boon
06-2523051
[email protected]
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