As part of the University Life (ULIF1008-9) 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.