Course Intake Numbers

School of Applied Science

Full-time Courses  Rcode   2019 Planned Intake
 Biomedical Science  R14 134
 Biotechnology  R16 109
 Materials Science  R17 76
 Pharmaceutical Science  R22 221
 Environmental Science  R29 71
 Marine Science & Aquaculture  R53 47

School of Engineering

Full-time Courses    Rcode    2019 Planned Intake 
Industrial & Operations Management R11 81 
Supply Chain Management
R21 81 
Aviation Management
R39 80
Aerospace Engineering
R40 117
Green Building Energy Management
R41 107
Common Engineering Programme
R42 285
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
R50 181 
Engineering Systems & Management
R54 62 
Engineering Design with Business
R56 62

School of Hospitality

Full-time Courses  Rcode 2019 Planned Intake 
Integrated Events Management R28 153
Customer Experience Management with Business    R34 115
Hotel & Hospitality Management    R37 115
Wellness & Hospitality Management  R44 40
Restaurant & Culinary Operations R46 60

School of Infocomm

  Full-time Courses  Rcode 2019 Planned Intake 
Information Technology  R12 107 
Business Information Systems   R13 107
Business Applications R18 102
Mobile Software Development R47 48
Infocomm Security Management R55 80
Common ICT Programme  R58 190

School of Sports, Health and Leisure

  Full-time Courses  Rcode 2019 Planned Intake 
Sport & Exercise Science    R26 123
Sport Management   R27 123
Outdoor & Adventure Learning  R33 79
Health Management & Promotion  R43 124
Health Services Management  R45 143
Sport Coaching R49 50

School of Management and Communication

  Full-time Courses  Rcode 2019 Planned Intake 
Mass Communication R32 150
Consumer Behaviour & Research R48 70
Business & Social Enterprise R51 43 
Human Resource Management with Psychology  R52 81
Common Business Programme R57 290

School of Technology for the Arts

  Full-time Courses  Rcode 2019 Planned Intake 
Media Production & Design    R19    150
Sonic Arts R24    75
Arts & Theatre Management    R25    75
Game Design R35  63
Design for User Experience  R36  90

Find out more about RP's post-diploma programmes here


**Due to the nature of the outdoor and adventure learning job requirements, candidates seeking admission into the Diploma in Outdoor & Adventure Learning (DOAL) should enjoy working with youth in the outdoor environment consisting of natural and adventurous elements. 

The course will demand from students a substantial amount of involvement in physical activity and water based experiential activities. As such, having affinity for the outdoors and adventure pursuits will be advantageous. Additionally, students should be able to show confidence in water whilst donning a personal flotation device. 

DOAL candidates are allowed to enroll into RP on the condition that they pass a medical examination by a certified general practitioner. For more information click here