The personal and professional skills course aims to develop responsibility, practical problem-solving, good intellectual habits, ethical understandings, perseverance, resilience, an appreciation of identity and perspective, and an understanding of the complexity of the modern world. Emphasis is on the development of skills needed to successfully navigate higher education, the workplace and society.

Students study:

  • Personal development
  • Intercultural understanding
  • Effective communication
  • Thinking processes
  • Applied ethics.

A minimum of 90 timetabled hours is expected to be devoted to the Personal and Professional Skills course.

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