Updated: Mar 7, 2019
Malay Gifts to the World
Why is this interesting for me?
First-hand discovery of the Malay culture with a host family as well as fieldtrips to selected places enable the participants to appreciate the traditional and modern culture of Malay in Malaysia
How long is the course?
Accommodations, Food, Course Materials, Field Trips, Transportation, Permit Fees
30-hour course introduces a basic repertoire of spoken Bahasa Melayu and some central aspects of Malay culture and tradition.
The emphasis of the program is on communication practice in a range of situational contexts that have immediate concern to them, for instance talking about family, relating one’s personal life and experiences in valuing Malay culture, asking for and giving directions, purchasing goods and ordering meals.
Authentic materials are used to enhance understanding.
What do I expect to learn?
Communicate using simple Malay for rudimentary conversation, e.g. facts about themselves and their daily routines
Ask for and give simple directions to get around
Negotiate simple transactions, e.g. in the market, paying for taxi fare
How do I experience learning?
Lectures, Site Visits, Field Trips/ Field Excursion, Group Activities, Presentation, Outings, Homestay, Batik design and painting, Outdoor Activities, Indoor Activities, Face to face interaction
How am I assessed?
Is the certificate is awarded upon completion of the programme?
Note for students?
Minimum number of participants: 15 pax
Call for action:
Mohammad Ilzam Bin Jamat
International Office Universiti Malaysia Pahang
Lebuh Raya Tun Razak 26300 Gambang Kuantan Pahang