Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP)
Kampus Alam Pauh Putra,02600
Phone: (+604) 988-5035
Mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org
During study duration in UniMAP, students are required to get involve in certain activities organized by UniMAP or School. Some of the activities organized include patriotic nation building courses, outdoor activities such as extreme sports, community service/involvement, social discourses, leadership seminars, communication skills workshop, social etiquette seminars, students’ sports day, industrial visit, Industry Exposure programme (IndEx), MUROC (competition at University and national levels), family day for staff and students, and the convocation festival.
School has two student clubs which is Manufacturing Engineering Student Club (SMEC) as for Manufacturing Engineering students and Product Design Student Club (ProDeC) as for Product Design Engineering students. Both clubs run various activities that aim to enrich the student’s learning experience such as educational visits, motivational programs, family day, competition, exhibition and expo
‘Rakan Pendamping Siswa’ (RPS)
In addition, UniMAP has a student support system known as the ‘Rakan Pendamping Siswa’ (RPS) or roughly translated as ‘Students Buddy System’. It is a system whereby all academic staff supervises small groups of students for the whole duration of the students’ stay in UniMAP. ‘Supervision’ here entails frequent meetings under informal settings, where students can relax with their ‘buddies’ (academic staff) and discuss academic and social issues that concern them. Students who do not hold satisfactory academic performance look to their buddies as ‘mentors’, in which the student becomes the ‘mentee’ of the buddy, who helps the student out every step of the way. Students with P1 status is required to attend counseling session conducted by Counsellor Unit, HEPA.
RPS also entails the necessity of all students to go through a series of programmes (known as the ‘7 pillars’), which comprise of courses, seminars, discourses and other activities.
Involvement in Student Organizations
Besides having activities, students are also given an opportunity to gain experiences in management and leadership roles by participating in student organizations and clubs such as Student Representative Council (MPP), uniform bodies and societies, Reserve Officers Training Unit (ROTU), Red Crescent Society, fire brigade cadet, JPA3 cadet, Sports Club, Football Club, Badminton Club, Hockey Club, Volleyball Club, Chess Club and many others.
Exposure and Motivational Program (EM)
UniMAP and School believe that student should experience the exposure whether in industrial or academic throughout their studies, whereby students’ intellectual and social capabilities will be improved. The objective is to enhance student performance from the beginning that includes motivational talks, educational and curriculum guide, life in campus and tips on how to excel in studies.
In the every Academic Session, the following EM programs were run:
Industrial Entrepreneurship for Engineers (IndEnt)
IndEnt is a short program organized by the Centre for Industrial Collaboration (CIC), UniMAP in collaboration with the industrial sectors, R&D firms, professional bodies as well as private and government sectors in which to provide exposure to the students in the field of entrepreneurship. The program is conducted in the forms of talk, dialogue and procedures demonstration.
The objectives of this program are to guide the UniMAP students in developing themselves to become an entrepreneur in engineering-based technology industries as well as to build confident in order to be successful in their respective fields. In addition, it helps to open their minds on the opportunities available in entrepreneurship field, thus helps UniMAP to produce professional engineers which are educated, trained and capable to meet the industrial requirements.
Industrial Exposure Program (IndEx)
IndEx is a short program organized by the Centre for Industrial Collaboration (CIC), UniMAP in collaboration with the industrial sectors, R&D firms, professional bodies as well as private and government sectors in which to provide industrial exposure to the students. The program is conducted in the forms of talk, dialogue and procedures demonstration.
The specific objective of this program is to provide a deep understanding to the students on future employments that they will be involved in after graduation.