Introduction

 

Media, Arts and Culture in The City:

Exploring The Dynamics of Melaka, Malaysia World Heritage City

 

INTRODUCTION

Media, Arts and Culture in The City; Exploring The Dynamics of Melaka, Malaysia World Heritage City offers an experiential learning for the targeted students and participants with educational approaches that support unique learning needs. This summer school program empowers students and participants by providing the knowledge, skills and attitudes to achieve understanding of Melaka as World Heritage City in a variety of settings that emphasise on media, arts and culture.​ Four faculties that are involved with this summer school program: Faculty of Communication and Media Studies, Faculty of Art and Design, Faculty of Hotel and Tourism Management, and Academy of Language Studies of Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) Melaka Branch, Malaysia.

 

OBJECTIVES

By the end of this summer school program, students and participants will be able to:

  1. Identify and describe the social uses of arts, media and culture in understanding Melaka, Malaysia as World Heritage City
  2. Apply a range of skills concerning social uses of arts, media and culture in understanding Melaka, Malaysia as World Heritage City
  3. Evaluate the roles of the social uses of arts, media and culture in understanding Melaka, Malaysia as World Heritage City

 

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

Instructional Methodologies:

Outdoor Activities, Industrial Visits, Lectures, Presentation, Hands-on Activities

(The medium of instruction for the program is English)

 

Highlights:

Indulging in Melaka’s Historical Sights via New Media Perspectives.

Tourism through Melaka’s Greatest Heritage and Communal Pride.

Sketching Melaka, the Eye-Catching Persona.

 

 

JOIN US NOW

Open for Undergraduate and individuals who are interested in this summer school program.

Date: 30 July 2018  – 3 August 2018

Time: 9.00AM to 5.00PM

Venue: Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) Melaka Branch & Melaka  City, Malaysia

 

REGISTER NOW!

Fee for only:  US$380

The fee charged is inclusive of expenses for the scheduled activities, excursions, materials used and meals (daily breakfast, lunch and tea break) throughout the program.