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Old 1st February 2012, 12:34 PM   #41 (permalink)
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Re: Common misconceptions for Diplomas.

Originally Posted by fowayne View Post
can we just keep this thread going for few more years? so that when TS graduate from NAFA, we can know whether she can earn a living using her artistic skills or does she still have passion to excel in arts.

i just like to quote an example.
if TS really graduate from NAFA, she also need to compete against other graduates from NAFA in the same year/batch. imagine the job market is already that small in SG, plus with 100 over graduates from NAFA/Laselle each year, calculate the chances of landing a relevant job when comparing it with other job industries like business, engineering?

sometimes, family/relatives recommend an engineering or business diploma, as a pre-cautious measure because they know what job does well enough to feed u and the family.
if u coming from a rich family, then by all means, do whatever your passion desire since u wont have that much cash flow problems.

im sorry to say that TS approach is not going to work well in the realistic world, where u still need money to survive and a stable job that goes well till u are old age.
So u mean NORMAL poly student won't need to compete against others for jobs? U mean u are that SURE 100% of the poly graduates of Engineering, Business and other design-Unrelated course will SURELY get a job (related to their Diplomas)?

Did u even know Diplomas for Engineering, Business(Accountancy etc) can't land u in a DECENT job. Say, Diploma in Accountancy. It will only land u in jobs like Book-Keeping, Administrator, or Accountant's Clerk. Surely u should realise its not easy to become a REAL profession in this areas unless u can land urself in ACCA or NUS/NTU. So u mean all of them are just gonna sit there and wait for world-end?

So u mean Interior Design and a Degree in Spatial design won't land me with a job? So much do u think every year, the Poly intakes for Business, Engineering and sciences course can reach up to an average of 110 intakes per course per year. U mean u can surely ace out against EVERY SINGLE ones to get a job before hand against them? U sure the RELEVANT industry needs so MUCH of the DIPLOMA grads every year?

Please also dun be NAIVE to think that not going into the creative industry means a sercured future.

We are approaching the 22nd century and yet u still have this sort of thinking. Either u are not well-approached with the relevant industry, or u are simply trying to cut the competitions faced towards you.

Lastly, Please do not be much of a ignorant to think that only career OUTSIDE of creative industry can give u a STEADY ricebowl. Do u think in Singapore we need 2000(Including PVT dip and Local Dips and FT) OVER accountants, Engineers, and professionals?


The industry u might not be Interior Design(Which is my course), but surely u can understand not everyone studied the course for their goal. They get in as they have nowhere else to goes. These are the MAIN bunch of people who cause others to think that the grads frm these course can't get a job when in th first place they dun even have the flair to excel in these area.

Its the same as teaching a elephant to swim but force it to climb a tree.

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Re: Common misconceptions for Diplomas.

Sometimes, people will feel that the course in their mind will surely makes them excel in the industry, and whereas the creative industry will be BOUND to devastation.

These people have the most under-average intellectual. They do need to knock some sense into their Egos.

Do a search in online Job-searchign engines for Interior Architecture / Interior design or Exhibition Design. Tons of jobs are awaiting. Wheareas search jobs like Engineering and etc.

Don't flame others due to ur own ignorance and feel that u are bringing others into the REALISTIC world.

The realistic world is, if u dun work for it, no rewards. If u don't put ur passion into work, no improvements. If u don't seize the chance thats approaching, GOODBYE.

Please take note also, some of ur replies can cause others their life-time opportunity to do something they like and excel in their target.

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Re: Common misconceptions for Diplomas.

Mind all of u.

U can get the job requirements and the amount of careers awaiting for students in the following website.

http://nafa.jobscentral.com.sg/index.php


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Re: Common misconceptions for Diplomas.

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Yeaps. Some courses can use to apply for OTHER courses in NTU/NUS.
But do u think someone OUTSIDE of the course can stand a chance with others that are doing a diploma RELATED to its degree?

And secondly, u are gonna compete against JC grads, and they stand more chances thn Poly(Fact).

u gotta do WELL in poly, and excel REALLY REALLY well. Try to build ur passion and interest for IT then.

But, FYI, IT is somethng u must UPDATE urself regularly. As IT is an everchnging course. So, pls ready to do FREQUENT update/upgrades to urself. Don't procrastinate if u r ready to step into the IT world, as stopping even half a step can cost u ur entire IT life.

Workhard and do well!
Hmm.. If you have the basics of IT right, it wont change much.. Its more like the programs keep changing but the basics are still there.. Not a complete revamp..

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Re: Common misconceptions for Diplomas.

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So u mean NORMAL poly student won't need to compete against others for jobs? U mean u are that SURE 100% of the poly graduates of Engineering, Business and other design-Unrelated course will SURELY get a job (related to their Diplomas)?

Did u even know Diplomas for Engineering, Business(Accountancy etc) can't land u in a DECENT job. Say, Diploma in Accountancy. It will only land u in jobs like Book-Keeping, Administrator, or Accountant's Clerk. Surely u should realise its not easy to become a REAL profession in this areas unless u can land urself in ACCA or NUS/NTU. So u mean all of them are just gonna sit there and wait for world-end?

So u mean Interior Design and a Degree in Spatial design won't land me with a job? So much do u think every year, the Poly intakes for Business, Engineering and sciences course can reach up to an average of 110 intakes per course per year. U mean u can surely ace out against EVERY SINGLE ones to get a job before hand against them? U sure the RELEVANT industry needs so MUCH of the DIPLOMA grads every year?

Please also dun be NAIVE to think that not going into the creative industry means a sercured future.

We are approaching the 22nd century and yet u still have this sort of thinking. Either u are not well-approached with the relevant industry, or u are simply trying to cut the competitions faced towards you.

Lastly, Please do not be much of a ignorant to think that only career OUTSIDE of creative industry can give u a STEADY ricebowl. Do u think in Singapore we need 2000(Including PVT dip and Local Dips and FT) OVER accountants, Engineers, and professionals?


The industry u might not be Interior Design(Which is my course), but surely u can understand not everyone studied the course for their goal. They get in as they have nowhere else to goes. These are the MAIN bunch of people who cause others to think that the grads frm these course can't get a job when in th first place they dun even have the flair to excel in these area.

Its the same as teaching a elephant to swim but force it to climb a tree.
So prove me wrong after u graduate from your course and land a relevant job in sg imediately if u are so confident of your passion and future.

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Re: Common misconceptions for Diplomas.

Originally Posted by fowayne View Post
So prove me wrong after u graduate from your course and land a relevant job in sg imediately if u are so confident of your passion and future.
By then she would be very busy and occupied, you think she would come back here to this forum just to "convince" you? She would have better things to do.


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Re: Common misconceptions for Diplomas.

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By then she would be very busy and occupied, you think she would come back here to this forum just to "convince" you? She would have better things to do.
If thats the case, then just forget it

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Re: Common misconceptions for Diplomas.

Haha~

Seriously, u are a blacksheep in forum. Trying to burst other ppl's dream.

Dear readers, please do not hesitate to chase after ur dreams. I know how suffering and hard it is to live on with something u dun like. Believe me, all the hardships and criticises are part of the obstruction into our dreams. Dun let them get into u!

Just believe in urself readers.. As u can see, im nt gonna break down with just a stupid COMMENT by some flamers.

Please please please, go after ur dreams. It will be too late to regret if one day u find urself suffering...

I really wish everyone will just step out of their comfort zone and just catch ur dreams!

Don't give up guys! Just do something u like! dun let finance and comments stop u.

U knwo what is right and what is wrong... Theres always ppl whos trying to burst ur bubbles.. But pls dun give up...


Achieve wad u want. this is ur life, u can do something great. Show ur talents off my friends!


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Re: Common misconceptions for Diplomas.

Just to add on, NAFA students experience more towards the Art/design modules than a normal diploma student. As u can see, the school specialises in Arts/Design.

Secondly, like a normal poly, NAFA provides Internship programs(Professional Practice) for students as well.

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Re: Common misconceptions for Diplomas.

Not a single f*ck was given to this thread.


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Re: Common misconceptions for Diplomas.

51 posts and counting ...

I thought a degree these days is considered common, literally everyone in the street has one, not a big deal coz if you are to randomly throw a stone, it will hit a degree holder and that is a fact. Who still talk so big about a diploma these days? Whatever field your diploma is and whether it's from which poly or NAFA whatever, it is still a diploma. Yes you will get a job, big deal but how much? and how far can you go? and how long will you need to work before you get yourself a decent salary and position?

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Re: Common misconceptions for Diplomas.

Its a fact that everyone has to start from scratch to earn a decent salary.

But this thread as u can see, labels as Common misconceptions for DIPLOMAS.

Yeaps. Salary and job hunting wise can be done by creating or searching for it under this forum. TYVM <3

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Re: Common misconceptions for Diplomas.

What TS say is true, have a couple of friends in the same course as me(engineering), graduating soon. Throughout the last 2 years, all i've heard from them is that they "don't belong in Engineering", and they are considering taking business in uni.

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What TS say is true, have a couple of friends in the same course as me(engineering), graduating soon. Throughout the last 2 years, all i've heard from them is that they "don't belong in Engineering", and they are considering taking business in uni.

Yeaps. So they kindda ends up wasting their 3years of percious life especially the Boys. As they need to go NS...
It would be harder for them to grab a space in University for Business course than those who studied Diploma in Business. As priority will be given to those who has gotten a Business-Related diploma. Whereas they will be the ones left behind, and while in the degree, they will be having a hard time catching up with ppl who originally graduated frm a Business-Related course.

Thats why im emphasizing on no matter wad, pls study what u think is best for u and what u really want to do. As when u are doing what u wan, u will excel better in it, and u will be a flair in it as well. Its a contributing and bonus factor for a faster success in ur life.

Ignore what other comments about ur course as like, " It won't pay u well at the end of the day " or " Passion can't give u ricebowl/Future " etc etc. Those most likely are the ones that can't get wad they wanted and are on sour-grapes.

At the end of the day, who won't wanna do wad they like and enjoy their life doing something they want, not just on the pay day?

Think wise and do take my comments into deep considerations.

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Re: Common misconceptions for Diplomas.

Originally Posted by TAYTAYTAY View Post
I do agree with you that choosing a diploma does depend on mostly passion for it.
But now I'm facing a problem. I have been asking myself "What am I most interested in?" Unfortunately, I cant find the answer. So right now, my choices are basically a business course in TP.
Retail management or Leisure & Resort management? any advice?
Go for LRM (Leisure & Resort management) if you are keen to work in the club, spa, cruise and MICE industry ( Leisure based). Speciality of this course includes "practical " session on service skills to hone your service skills in a real world setting in the Temasek Culinary Acedemy (TCA). It is even stricter than the industry standard to prepare us for the service industry in the future

Go for RMT ( Retail management) if you are keen to know more about the singapore Retail and want to work in an retail outlet. You will have practical session by managing our schools retail outlet in Year 2.

Hope that helps! And yes, I'm a TP student from Hospitality & Tourism Management (HTM) . I know more about LRM because is more related to my course.

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Re: Common misconceptions for Diplomas.

Diploma holders, Lets face this fact.

A piece of diploma is nothing and definitely not the last point towards success.
There is no such things as XXX course better than YYY course. Diploma will not make a significant impact to our future. Eventually, a Diploma holder get to study any discipline in overseas/private uni (which most of us will ended up to ).

So please. No more big fuss about who is better who is not. D: Work hard in life, study hard in life and carry the positive working attitude instead of comparing.

Don't make diploma feels like a life-changing piece of paper. It is just the next stepping stone to UNI.

Always remember, Positive attitude is the way to success.

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Re: Common misconceptions for Diplomas.

Originally Posted by TAYTAYTAY View Post
I do agree with you that choosing a diploma does depend on mostly passion for it.
But now I'm facing a problem. I have been asking myself "What am I most interested in?" Unfortunately, I cant find the answer. So right now, my choices are basically a business course in TP.
Retail management or Leisure & Resort management? any advice?
I don't know much about LRM(Leisure & Resort Management), but I know a lot about RMT (Retail Management), cause I am a senior in that course.Can't give u any advise on LRM, but can give u some details about retail. It's basically all about managing a store/retail store from front line to back end, some modules learned would coincides with the marketing students too. Utimately u have to see where ur interest lies whether u prefers the retail/leisure & resort industry. And sometimes u have to look at whether when u graduate are u willing to go into retail related jobs or leisure & resort's related jobs or u want to further study in a university. If u are planning to go uni, work hard in poly from the very first semester so that u can land urself a place in the local government uni. Local government uni usually look at ur cumulative GPA. Sometimes, people go into a private/overseas uni, either because, results not good enough for local government uni or the diploma one studied in do not have related, degree programme offered by the local government university for further study. But there are also those who choose to work after completing their diploma.
If u want to know more details about RMT, just let me know

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Re: Common misconceptions for Diplomas.

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Diploma holder, Lets face this fact.

A piece of diploma is nothing and definitely not the last point towards success.
There is no such things as XXX course better than YYY course. Diploma will not make a significant impact to our future. Eventually, a Diploma holder get to study any discipline in overseas/private uni (which most of us will ended up to ).

So please. No more big fuss about who is better who is not. D: Work hard in life, study hard in life and carry the positive working attitude instead of comparing.

Agree.

We shall not and SHOULD not stop at diploma ONLY. Its totally not enough as i said before. Even people like me who is studying for 3D design Majoring in Interior Design and Minoring in Exhibition and Object design will try to get into a Degree course which collaborates with a UK university. If im not wrong the degree is 1~2 year course. Degree in Spatial Design.

Anyways, for people who have financial difficulties with regards to University admission, they can procceed on working using their diploma first, after saving enough money(While gaining working experience related to ur diploma), u can then follow by applying for an related Degree course.

Or, u can apply for Bank loan to pay for ur Uni fees first. Be it Overseas university, Local or Private. Face the fact that its still a Degree and recognisable.

Lets all do our best and strive for a Degree minimum.

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Re: Common misconceptions for Diplomas.

For me, I graduated from Ngee Ann Polytechnic with a diploma in Aerospace Technology.
However, I decided to switch to accountancy for University and managed to secure a placement in NUS.
Therefore, it does not matter what course you are enrolled in polytechnic.
Local university see your GPA, not what course you took.
If you work hard and secure a good result, you are free to apply to almost all course in university.

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