1.1. Definition of Non-credit Co-Curricular Activities

The non-credit co-curricular activity is referred to as any extra-curricular activity participated or organised by students through student organisation or those organised by departments for students. These organisations provide a platform for the development of interpersonal, organisational and leadership skills for the members.

 

The non-credit co-curricular activities are different from the credit co-curricular activities in the following ways:

  1. The non-credit co-curricular activities are voluntary activities participated by any student throughout their studies as undergraduates while credited co-curricular activities are structured compulsory programmes to be taken by all students as part of the academic study plan.
  2. The non-credit co-curricular activities have no academic credit but the credited co-curricular activities are given between 0.5 to 1.0 credit per semester.
  • The non-credit co-curricular activities are additional activities for those who wish to improve and practice the skills that they have learned in the leadership modules of the credited co-curricular activities.

 

1.2. Types of Student Activities

 

Based on the different interests of IIUM students, the followings are common activities approved by the University:

  • Uniform-based activities.
  • Community service.
  • Cultural and arts.
  • Entrepreneurship (Refer Appendix H: Guidelines on Bazaar Activities)
  • Leadership and intellectual.
  • Debating and public speaking.
  • Sports and recreation.
  • Peer counseling.
  • Educational trips.
  • Social gatherings.
  • Writing and publication.
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