Integrating 21st Century Skills Into Core Curriculum

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At UCSI International School Kuala Lumpur, the combination of the Cambridge International Curriculum and the International Primary Curriculum during primary school lays the foundations for secondary school and the rigorous IGCSE exams. Our multinational teachers are well-qualified to deliver the curriculum, and our makerspace, science labs, and studios enable hands-on learning.

UIS KL focuses on eight critical characteristics in our learning content and experiences. The rapid advancement of technological innovation, global competition, and a push towards a knowledge-based economy require that our students have a repertoire of soft and hard skills. We therefore place a strong emphasis on technology, character education, and co-curricular activities, forming a truly holistic education for the 21st century.

Students at UCSI International School Kuala Lumpur can learn IT, design, robotics, and computer science. Supported by Apple Education, our students use tools and resources such as the Everyone Can Create and Everyone Can Code programmes.

Through Character education, we aim to develop high achieving students who demonstrate virtues such as integrity, honesty, and empathy. We create opportunities for students to develop essential life skills such as creativity, leadership, teamwork, communication, resilience, and an entrepreneurial spirit that will prepare them for the future.

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