The Value-Added Programme (VAP) aims to broaden students’ learning, on top of what is offered in your degree curriculum, to further prepare you for the working world. The VAP comprises a wide range of short courses and workshops that are carefully planned to meet your interests, as well as help diversify your skills and knowledge. These programmes are grouped into four categories: Career Headstart, Languages and Cultures, Hobbies and Leisure and Knowledge Upgrade. VAP classes also offer the opportunity for you to learn and work with your fellow school mates from various degree programmes during semester or trimester breaks, which further enrich your campus life.
Participation in VAP may be reflected in your Record of Achievement (ROA).