Frequently asked questions(FAQ)

 

General

Yes. SPIC is Nationally Accredited by the Malaysia skills development accredited centre. There are different benefits in attending a school that is nationally accredited.

Q: What percentage of your students pass the state board licensing exam?

A: Our rates rank among the highest in the state. On average, 98% of our Esthetics and Makeup artistry students pass the state board exam.

Program offerings are dependent on the campus. Please give us a call and we’ll gladly give you the details or visit our individual location pages to see!

The training is held in Mandarin, but we do have English class as well depends and the campus.

We have a very talented team of financial counselors to assist you. We have many different options from individualized payment plans to helping you apply to many types of funding (depending on your qualifications) from PTPK loans (government loan), scholarships and more! Call our financial aid office and we’ll work through it together. There are some programs where you won’t have to make any payments while you are in school until 6 months after you graduate.

At SPIC, our students have some amazing opportunities to network through our connections with the leading salons and spas in the country. These networks have lead to some of their employments BEFORE they even graduate, and not just with any salon or spas, but the leading salon and spas in the Singapore and etc.! Some of these are actually founded and lead by SPIC Graduates! Call us and we would be happy to share with which ones!

Although no school can ever guarantee employment, there are many ways that we support you in your placement including possible externship opportunities, career boards, business plan development, etc.

SPIC is a small and friendly college, situated in beautiful grounds. We usually have a total of around 55 to 65 students attending. Class sizes are small – they can vary between 12 to 20 students. We aim to have around 20 students in each year group as this gives students the great opportunity of receiving more individual attention.

These qualifications are recognized internationally, but each country has its own regulations regarding Beauty Guidelines. Please check the regulations of the country where you intend to practice.

Trainings are NON-REFUNDABLE but it allow to exchange to other interest courses. Please read student handbook descriptions carefully.

We only give refunds in the following circumstances:

  • if you cancel within 24 hours of enrolling
  • SPIC cancels the class
  • SPIC is legally obliged to do so.

 

We do provide a Certificate/ DIPLOMA of completion for course participants that have attended 80% or more of the course they enrolled into. Your Certificate/ DIPLOMA of completion will be release to you after passed the final exam and attended the graduation ceremony.

 

YES! All graduates have to attend the graduation ceremony at each Diploma course registered to get the DIPLOMA.

You can read the details at the student handbook after you enrolled the course.

Let’s get together! Give us a call and our admissions team would love to help you launch your career.

 

1st Implemented: Jan 2020

Sense Perfect International College is committed to respecting all members of our community and providing a quality educational experience and living environment for all our students.  Occasionally, a student will encounter a College-related problem that he or she does not know how to resolve.  When this happens, students should always try to work out the problem by first discussing it with those directly involved with the issue.  If, however, an issue or problem still exists, there is a formal complaint process that students may initiate.  All formal complaints must be put in writing using the online Student Complaint Form.  If a form is submitted without a student’s name, the complaint will not be considered.  The objective of the Student Complaint Policy is to ensure that the concerns and complaints of all students are addressed fairly and are resolved promptly.

Please see the Student Handbook for additional information.

If this is an emergency situation, please contact college care line :

012-4735554 / 012-4925756 / 016-4928733

A record of all complaints and their resolution will be documented and the records will be kept in the Dean of Students Office located in the Student Services Office.  The Dean of Students maintains a composite spreadsheet of student complaints and tracks the number of issues that result in a formal grievance each year.  The tracking form includes information on the student who made the complaint, the nature of the complaint and the resolution.  Complaints are categorized by type and reviewed annually for trends and issues that need to be addressed.  Resulting concerns are addressed in individual professional development plans as well as departmental goals.

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