Students Explore Sarawak’s Heritage at Borneo Cultures Museum

SEGi College Sarawak’s commitment to experiential learning was fully displayed on 5 March 2024, as Diploma in Occupational Safety and Health (DIOSH) students embarked on a captivating field trip to the Borneo Cultures Museum. Designed as part of their OSH Communication subject, this excursion aimed to explore Sarawak’s linguistic and cultural evolution while providing valuable real-world context to their studies. 

The five-storey museum, showcasing Sarawak’s rich heritage through modern architectural design, offered an immersive journey through time and culture. Each floor provided a unique perspective on Sarawak’s history and cultural development, from the ‘Love our Rivers’ gallery to the ‘Objects of Desire’ exhibition. 

Students seized the opportunity to connect classroom learning with real-world experiences, drawing parallels between OSH communication principles and the museum’s structural elements. This hands-on approach not only deepened their understanding of the subject but also fostered critical thinking and analytical skills. 

By integrating museum visits into its curriculum, SEGi demonstrates its commitment to holistic education, providing students diverse learning opportunities beyond traditional classroom settings. Such initiatives align with SEGi’s reputation for academic excellence and innovation in pedagogy, preparing students to thrive in dynamic professional environments. 

This field trip epitomises SEGi’s dedication to providing enriching educational experiences that empower students to excel academically and professionally while fostering a deep appreciation for culture and heritage. 

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