As part of the University Life (ULIF1005) course, Co-curricular Learning (CCL) strives to promote student learning through means of non-formal educational modes including seminars, campus events, workshops, and experiential learning activities. By providing a comprehensive range of learning opportunities, CCL aims to:
- Broaden students’ breadth of knowledge and horizons;
- Expose students to different perspectives concerning the social, economic, and cultural development of the region, nation, and the globe as a whole;
- Stimulate students’ thinking, self-reflection, and self-understanding to promote their individual growth; and
- Provide a solid foundation for “Whole Person Education” which will nurture and foster the development of the seven core graduate attributes among students.
Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs)
After completing CCL, students should be able to:
- Apply the skills and knowledge that are beyond curriculum and their disciplines to complement their learning at University;
- Examine issues concerning the social, economic, and cultural development of the region, nation, and the globe as a whole from different perspectives;
- Reflect on their personal development and achievements to assist their individual growth;
- Evidence a solid foundation of the Whole Person Education and the 7 core Graduate Attributes of the University by participating in a variety of CCL activities.