PPG Bachelor of Education

The AeU Bachelor of Education (sponsored by Program Pensiswazahan Guru, Kementerian Pendidikan Tinggi) is for Malaysian teachers who want a comprehensive teaching degree that will assist them in building successful careers in the education sector, and most importantly, for those with a passion for teaching.

For February 2012 intake, AeU offers the following specialisations:

  • Bachelor of Education (TESL) with Honors
  • Bachelor of Education (Primary Malay Language) with Honors

Accredited programme by Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA), Ministry of Higher Education.



  • This is a part time, accredited teaching degree that is ideal for working teachers. The programme utilises blended learning - a combination of online and face-to-face learning.
  • The programme prepares teachers academically, emotionally and spiritually - a wholesome set of skills required to guide their own students.
  • The Teaching Practicum is key in assessing real world skills in the classroom.
  • Extra set of specialisation areas customised for participants of BPG Programme (applicable to selected participants only).


  • Diploma with at least CGPA 2.00 OR
  • Matriculation/Preparatory programmes with at least CGPA 2.00 OR
  • SPM or its equivalent with 3 years related working experience OR
  • International Baccalaureate (IB) with 24 points OR
  • A Level with at least C grade in 3 subjects OR
  • Open Entry Qualifications recognized by the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia
  • at least 21 years old and possess PMR or equivalent OR
  • Other qualifications recognised by the AeU Senate


Modes of Study Part Time
Blended Learning
Duration 4.3 – 5 years
No. of Semesters 14 (1 semester is 3 mths)
No. of Subjects 40
Grading Assignment 1 20%
Assignment 2 40%
Final Exam 40%
MQA Accreditation KN 9153


  • Understand the different ways children learn English/Malay
  • An in-depth understanding of the curriculum and strategies for teaching English/Malay
  • Demonstrate knowledge and skills in designing, implementing and evaluating curricula, learning programmes and classroom practices in teaching English/Malay
  • Appreciate the diversity of Asian society, particularly in relation to socio-economic class, culture, language, gender and disability, and their influence on the learning of English/Malay
  • Exhibit good interpersonal and communication skills including both written and verbal abilities relevant to the teaching of English/Malay


The registration for February 2012 intake will be held on 25 and 26 February at various locations throughout Malaysia. If you have received a letter of offer from AeU, you will have all the information required to proceed with registration.

Below are the documents that you should have received from AeU:

Letter from AeU Registrar

Lampiran A: Registration Day Programme

Lampiran B: List of Learning Centres, Registration Centres and Contact Information

Lampiran C: Registration Checklist

To check your status and select learning centre

Academic calendar