SS16 – Malaysia Heritage Walks and Town Trails
Why is this interesting for me?
This course is anticipated for:
Architectures, urban planners, urban sociologists and design professions students that interested on urban cultural heritage & cultural landscape
Local authorities or planning agencies
Heritage Advocates/Managers/ Educator
Members of Heritage Movements and NGOs who have strong interest towards understanding the diversity of Asian Heritage
Researchers / Postgraduate Students.
How long is the course?
Accommodations, Food, Course Materials, Field Trips, Community Projects, Transportation
To enhance participants’ capability of working in teams as well as interacting in an international level
To sharpen participants’ creativity, broaden and deepen their knowledge in urban design and heritage conservation
To expose participants’ with the current practice of urban design and heritage conservation globally
What do I expect to learn?
An introduction of Malaysian architecture style
Culture of Malaysia-History, People & Town
The morphological of the urban form in Malaysia
Urban design & conservation from Malaysia experience.
How do I experience learning?
Lectures, Site Visits, Field Trips/ Field Excursion, Study Tour, Discussions, Group Activities, Presentation, Demonstration, Case Studies, Outings, Role Play, Projects, Hand-in skills, Competitions, Problem Solving, Community Service, Active Learning, Outdoor Activities, Indoor Activities, Face to face interaction, Games and peer discussion, Internship
How am I assessed?
Presentations, Assignment, Participation, Attendance, Written assignment, Continuous assignment, Report, Video, Skill test, Discussions, Report, Group discussions, Role play, Written assignment
Is the certificate is awarded upon completion of the programme?
Call for action:
Dr. Noor Aimran Samsudin
Level 1, Block S19, UTM International,
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia,
81300, Skudai, Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia