Why Choose Racer College?
Racer College founded in 2007 and has successfully established itself for Civil Engineering College in Myanmar, approved by Scottish Qualification Authority (SQA) and currently has expended into Electronic Engineering and Architecture Program.
We are proud to be the first everÂ Advanced Diploma in Civil Engineering in Myanmar and also variety of collaborating University over the world such as Abertay University, Glasgow Caledonian University Scotland, Plymouth University England and University of Newcastle Australia.
The Scottish Qualifications Authority are proud to be supporting and strengthening direct degree routes for Advanced Diploma graduates by developing progressing arrangements with highly respected Universities around the world.
Racer College is the first choice for the overwhelming majority of our students. Here youâ€™ll find full of facilities, teaching excellence and a high quality vocational education.
By attending Racer College, you will not gain a valuable qualification and skills in areas such as IT, communication, teamwork and problem solving that will make you attractive to future employers youâ€™ll also make new lifelong friends and discover new activities and interests.
Also Racer College makes you more attractive in the eyes of future employers and increase your earning potential. It shows that you have the ability and self-motivation to learn at a higher level and the dedication to see your course through to the end.
If you know what you want to do after graduating, a vocational degree can significantly improve your prospects at the same time as giving you professional skills and knowledge relevant to your future career.
An increasing number of graduate jobs do not specify a particular subject area. Employers often look for the key skills that you develop throughout your degree, such as information technology, communication skills, teamwork and problem solving.
Racer College lets you develop as an individual. It gives you the time and opportunity to develop new interests, learn new skills and meet new people. Especially if itâ€™s your first time away from home, youâ€™ll become more independent and self-reliant. Youâ€™ll also have space to form an idea of the path you want to take after graduation.
At College, youâ€™ll have the opportunity to broaden your horizons by meeting new people from all over the world, facing new challenges and making use of the huge range of new activities, clubs and societies on offer. You may even be able to take part of your course and a new language and culture.