What makes a university student stands out from the crowd? Apart from academic achievement, this also counts on students’ degree of exposure and development of holistic competencies.
Our University values students’ whole person development. Through participating in a wide range of activities and experiences, students shall acquire skills and values that enable them to cultivate their internal resources, engage actively in the communities and become competent individuals.
To further support our students, the SAO provides the following services to assist students in non-formal curriculum development:
- To start, students may complete the Whole Person Development Inventory (WPDI) questionnaire. It is a psychological assessment instrument that analyze students’ whole person development status, and acts as an indicator for students to better understand and design for their university life development;
- Moving a step forward, the University Life Planning Scheme further facilitates students to become self-directed learners and decision makers through designing individualized development plan for their university life experiences and participating in career advising session;
- Wrapping all up, the Experiential Learning and Achievements Transcript (ELAT) serves an official document to recognize students’ achievements and involvement during their university life. Students shall be able to keep track of their own record and make appropriate plans for personal and professional development.