Well...went to UCSI just now to meet with the course counselor. The Bachelor in Music Classical (Hons.) is for 3 years with 3 semesters in each year. BUT since I already earn my Diploma in Music from UiTM, I might be able to take the course for two years, depending on the faculty's decision. Another thing is, there's a twinning programme where I can exchanged and study abroad in UK for a year. In my case, if I can get credit transfer to take the course for two years, then I will be studying for one year in UCSI and another one year abroad. Sounds good? But the problem is of course the fees. It's extremely expensive. UCSI offers some scholarship, some full and some partial. The full scholarship requires CGPA of 3.80 and above. Dang it!! My CGPA is 3.76 T-T but the course counselor did said that if I do well for my audition, I might be able to obtain full scholarship. The audition is quite complicated. There's the performance, and also written test...and aural test. Looks like I need to take out my dusty theory book again =P But for now I will try for UCSI. I'm still curious about the violin tutors though, I hope they're good teachers. Because you know...just because one is a good performer does not make one a good teacher, and same thing otherwise :) But I'm still thinking about the twin programme. Coz the cost will be double and I really...really need to think about it. Of course I want it, but we'll see.