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Teaching and Learning

Experience and Opportunities

University's Strategies on Education and Student Development

Education-To further enhance the academic strength of all our programmes and co-curricular activities, and to provide a holistic education which is outcome-based, work-integrated, professionally and globally-oriented, and student-centred. Students will be provided with greater flexibility to choose their areas of study so as to maximize the benefits of their learning and enhance their competitiveness. 

Student Development-To strengthen the holistic development of students, particularly in the areas of global outlook, interest in local and international affairs, problem solving, critical and creative thinking, communication and interpersonal skills, sense of social and national responsibility, cultural appreciation, lifelong learning, biliteracy and trilingualism, entrepreneurship, teamwork and leadership.

 

CEE Teaching and Learning Methods

 

All graduates of this department will attain:

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  1. An ability to communicate logically and lucidly;
  2. An ability to present ideas and arguments verbally in formal presentations and informal discussions;
  3. An ability to work with others in group work, and take responsibility for an agreed area of a shared activity;
  4. Critical and creative thinking and an ability to work independently;
  5. A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning;
  6. An ability to understand and abide by professional, ethical and social responsibilities.

 

Academic Advising

Academic advising aims to help students to make informed and intelligent academic decisions/choices about their study that suit their intellectual, professional and personal goals. It is instrumental to promoting student success, and plays a vital role in enhancing students' overall learning experience at the University.

All full-time undergraduate students of the Department will be assigned an Academic Advisor. Students are advised to meet their advisors face-to-face at least once every semester.

 

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