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CO-CURRICULUM COURSE

Co-Curriculum Course is a compulsory university course and students are required to fulfil a minimum of 2 credit hours for graduation. In total, there are six (6) Co-Curriculum Courses that are offered in every semester carrying a total of 2 credit hours. The establishment of these courses are in line with the objectives of Co-Curriculum Courses set by the Ministry of Higher Education, emphasizing self-learning and alternative assessment. By the end of this course, students are able to develop and acquire at least one transferable skill. The six (6) courses offered are:

NUM COURSES REPORT TEMPLATE DOCUMENT
1 Attach@Industry (GKA1001) 1. Proposal Template - Attach@Industry Open
2. Activity Log - Attach@Industry Open
3. Reflection - Attach@industr Open
2 Community Service (GKK1001) 1. Proposal Template - Community Service Open
2. Activity Log - Community Service Open
3. Reflection - Community Service Open
3 Talent Development (GKP1001) 1. Proposal Talent development Open
2. Activity Log – Talent development Open
3. Reflection - Talent development Open
4 Entrepreneurship (GKU1001) 1. Proposal Entrepreneurship Open
2. Activity Log – Entrepreneurship Open
3. Reflection - Entrepreneurship Open
5 Volunteerism (GKS1001) 1. Proposal - Volunteerism Open
2. Activity Log – Volunteerism Open
3. Reflection - Volunteerism Open
6 Independent Research (GKI1001) 1.Proposal Template - Independent research Open
2.Activity Log - Independent Research Open
3.Reflection - Independent Research Open

Students may choose any of the six (6) courses throughout their programme of study in Universiti Malaya based on their interest, talents, or abilities.

As a brief introduction, Community Service (GKK1001) and Volunteerism (GKS1001) is designed to promote involvement of students in outreach programmes, projects with the local community and to instil the spirits of volunteerism. Talent Development (GKP1001) is the participation of students in any projects that aims to develop skills and competencies. Students who represent Universiti Malaya in academic, sports or any relevant competition are also encouraged to register for this course. Attach@Industry (GKA1001) is designed to provide early exposure and adaptation into the real working environment and increase students’ employability upon graduation. Entrepreneurship (GKU1001) is a form of entrepreneurship education program to inculcate an entrepreneurial mindset and ecosystem. Independent Research (GKI1001) is a research-based project developed for students to experience research first-hand guided by the instructor.

More detail of each courses can be found at the following link:

NUM INFORMATION DOCUMENT
1 CO-CURRICULUM COURSE GUIDEBOOK Open
2 CO-CURRICULUM PROGRAM THROUGH E-LEARNING Open

 

This co-curriculum course is designed to recognize students’ co-curricular activities achievements complementing academic learning to further enhance students’ interest in their programme of study and employability. Co-curricular activities allow for learning objectives to be focused on improving student’s soft skills and psychological capitals.

 
 

BASIC INFORMATION

NUM INFORMATION ENFORCEMENT PERIOD DOCUMENT
1 Student Development Programme (PPS) Throughout the year Open
 
 

FORMS

NUM INFORMATION ENFORCEMENT PERIOD DOCUMENT
1 Student Development Programme (PPS) Application Form Throughout the year Open
 

Last Update: 12/01/2022