Summer Cultural Programme

Updated: Mar 7, 2019

Package name

Summer Cultural Programme

Credit transfer?

No

Why is this interesting for me?

  • First hand experience of the traditional and modern Malay and Thai cultures.

  • Classroom lectures, cultural session and field trips.

When?

July

How long is the course?

2 weeks

Language proficiency

No specific English requirement

Price?

USD450

Price inclusive?

Accommodations, Food, Course Materials, Field Trips, Community Projects, Transportation

Learning objectives

  • Learn Malay and Thai culture.

  • Experience wonderful vicinity of Malaysia and Thailand.

  • Enjoy networking and local in both countries hospitality.

What do I expect to learn?

  • Explore vast knowledge on Malay and Thai culture.

  • Indoor and outdoor activities.

  • Adventure the nature and UUM green campus life.

  • Fascinating activities.

How do I experience learning?

Lectures, Site Visits, Field Trips/ Field Excursion, Study Tour, Discussions, Group Activities, Homestay, Jungle trekking, Meeting with local communities, Hand-in skills, Community Service, Active Learning, Hands-on Workshop, Outdoor Activities, Indoor Activities, Face to face interaction, Games and peer discussion, Interactive courseware, Visits and interacting with local community, Educational Tours

How am I assessed?

Participation, Role play

Is the certificate is awarded upon completion of the programme?

Yes

Note for students?

For further details, please contact +604-9285301

Email: cas_sadc@uum.edu.my

Call for action:

Amirullah Ikrami Akbar Jahan

Student Development and Alumni Office College of Arts and Sciences Universiti Utara Malaysia 06010 UUM Sintok, Kedah

MALAYSIA

Tel:+604-9285301

Fax:+604-9285310

Email: cas_sadc@uum.edu.my

Website: http://ppacas.uum.edu.my/index.php/activities/short-term-programme

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