Community Engagement is a graduating requirement and integral component of SUSS full-time degree programmes and contributes to SUSS's educational philosophy of Head, Heart and Habit.
Sustained initiative or participation in projects that engage the community, create social impact in the community or address social issues
Approved full-time or part-time work in the social, community or public sector
Local service-learning projects curated by staff of Office of Service-Learning & Community Engagement (OSLCE)
Explore global concerns through service activity in another country with institutions or organisations that support community-identified needs
Address a social issue by setting up a social enterprise as a registered business for a minimum of 6 months
Approved credit-bearing university courses that integrate community engagement into the course design
*Please select at least 1 field