Common CCL Evaluation Form (Information for Staff)
CCL is one of the components of the non-credit bearing University Life Programme for undergraduate students, which is a graduation requirement. After completing CCL, which consists of a comprehensive range of non-formal and out-of-classroom learning opportunities, students should be able to:
ILO 1. Apply the skills and knowledge that are beyond curriculum and their disciplines to complement their learning at University;
ILO 2. Examine issues concerning the social, economic, and cultural development of the region, nation, and the globe as a whole from different perspectives;
ILO 3. Reflect on their personal development and achievements to assist their individual growth;
ILO 4. 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.
All CCL organisers are recommended to use the common evaluation form. Users may add their preferred questions after the common evaluation form if needed.