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As our expertise depends on the latest in technology, resources and other dynamic tools, explore what RIC can offer to its students here.
In partnership with 2 of the world’s most renowned universities – University of London and Deakin, RIC hence wishes to acquire, utilise and create optimum productivity from facilities and tools that are nothing short of the very best! As a student of our institution, every student shall be entitled to the following facilities, all of which are of high proficiency and on par with the latest industry specific standards.
The academic staff of RIC comprises of both permanent and visiting lecturers. The permanent staff has Senior Lecturers, Lecturers and Assistant Lecturers. The Senior Lecturers and Lecturers hold postgraduate qualifications at Masters and/or PhD level in the relevant field and possess experience in teaching at higher education levels.
The visiting staff, also with postgraduate qualifications, have been selected from among highly experienced academicians and professionals in the country.
The teaching methodology at RIC consists of lectures, interactive learning and self-learning. In general, a minimum of one-third of the contact hours in each course unit are allocated for tutorial and discussion classes, while the students in the Diploma programmes receive more time for tutorial and discussion classes.
Modern techniques as well as IT facilities are widely used in the teaching and learning process at RIC. Students receive study guides and past examination papers with guidelines to answers for self-preparation prior to lectures and for self-learning. They can also refer to the recommended textbooks and supplementary reading material available at the RIC library and on the Internet.
The RIC Library is a fully-furnished and automated academic library designed for undergraduate studies. The Library has a collection of over 12,000 books in multiple copies and CDs, which cover the essential textbooks, supplementary books and other recommended reading material of the study programmes.
The library is equipped with a computerised library catalogue and internet facility. In addition, students can have access to online databases and encyclopaedias, on request. Students reading for the Degrees and Diplomas of the University of London have online access to the University of London Library as well.
Computer facilities are available at the Computer Unit that has been well equipped with a Local Area Network (LAN), workstations, internet and state-of-the-art hardware/software. Each undergraduate student should obtain a User Account and Password to access the network.