SERU is part of the Student Affairs Division (Hal Ehwal Pelajar) that is responsible for the design and implementation of soft skills programme to empower students to be in control of their own future. It is envisaged that the programmes organised by SERU will result in students to self-learn and share knowledge and skills to empower fellow peers and friends. SERU is confident that the development of soft skills in students will result in well-rounded graduates and eventually enhance employability rates of University Malaya's graduates.


TWENTY14

ANNOUNCEMENT 1

Kindly collect your certificates for NLP Module 1, 2 & 3. Thank you for the sweet 2014 participation =).
See you next year!



ANNOUNCEMENT 2

Hello to all FINAL YEARS!!

What comes across your mind when you see these logos?

Yes, they are established BRANDS!


How about these?

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They all are humans but they are also established BRANDS!

  • Do you know that as soon-to-be graduates, you can also create your own brand?
  • How would it look like?
  • What is your branding about?
  • Is it like branding a product?

You have to answer these questions:

1.WHO You Are?

2.WHAT Do You Have To Offer?

3.WHAT Makes You Unique, Relevant And Different From Other Graduates?


Want the answers?


Come join our workshop for a confident you in encountering the world of works!


LIMITED FOR 30 SEATS ONLY!!



Kindly register in ourStudent Activities Support System (SASS) before or visit SERU office for further inquiries.



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03-7967 7044/7057

Block D, Perdanasiswa Complex,
University of Malaya,
50603 Kuala Lumpur.

Monday - Friday
8.30 a.m. - 5.30 p.m.

Lunch Hours
1.00 p.m.-2.00 p.m. (Mon-Thurs)
12.15 p.m. - 2.45 p.m. (Friday)

Be Creative @ SERU
SERU Explorace 2013
University of Malaya Soft Skills & Employability Skills Programme (UMAST-go!) UMAST-go! was scheduled to start in September and complete by December 2012. However, following a decision by the Steering Committee during a mid-way review, it was temporarily halted effective 02 November 2012 due to poor students’ turnouts. The initial pilot run which started on 19 September 2012 till 20 October 2012 received seventy (70) students from the total expected five hundred and forty (540). UMAST-go! was then resumed on 19 – 26 January 2013; during the first semester break i.e. taking into account that students will be free from lectures. The turnout was hundred and ninety eight (198) students only of which more than 85% are the First Year and the rest were Second, Third and Final Year students.

Posted on | 18 February 2013