Formerly known as General Studies, the new name Campus Lifestyle section reflects its focus on creating a positive university lifestyle among undergraduates. Stress is put on both affective and cognitive domains of learning. The course contents require students to get actively involved in student activities, hence using their knowledge from the classroom to enhance leadership, communication and entrepreneurial skills.
Campus Lifestyle Section of UniKL BMI offers a wide range of Management, English & Communication, Islamic, Mandarin and Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA) required courses to all Diploma and Bachelor students.
Supported by a team of qualified and experienced lecturers, the Campus Lifestyle Section is committed in producing graduates who are equipped not only with technical knowledge, but also with relevant soft skills and life-long learning competencies to excel in today's competitive environment.
Co-curriculum subjects usually offered are Siswa-siswi Pertahanan Awam, Rakan Masjid, Community Service, Career Guidance and Personal Financial Management. These character building subjects are treated with the same importance as other subjects.
Student participation at all levels is awarded accordingly through assessment marks and a merit system. Here at Campus Lifestyle, knowledge is indeed applied.
UniKL Student Character Building
Among the activities conducted every semester are English Day, Business Idea Competition, Entrepreneurship Day, BMT Product Exhibition & Competition, Essential Management Principles Exhibition, Islam, Sains & Teknologi Exhibition and many more.