The Global Citizenship Programme plays a pivotal role in fostering SST students to become global citizens who see the world as an interconnected set of systems; who seek to interact with and learn from people from diverse cultural backgrounds; who possess the attributes that will allow them to take advantage of the myriad of opportunities abroad; who develops respect and empathy for those whom they share the planet with and who are willing to take action to contribute to a just and sustainable world.

Learning Objectives

At the end of four years, students will be able to develop themselves in the following areas:

Head

  • To develop students’ understanding that we are part of a global system where communities are interdependent (ASEAN and beyond).
  • To expose students’ to a range of local and global issues.
  • To  develop students’ understanding of factors that shape cultures.

Heart

  • To develop students’ personal effectiveness (self-awareness, self-management and responsible decision making).

  • To develop students’ Interpersonal Effectiveness (empathy and cross-cultural understanding).

Hands

  • To empower students to take stewardship of local and global issues.

  • To act upon ideas for the improvement of the community.

  • To work with others for the betterment of the community.