Complete MLCPS Career Module 

Student

The Margaret Lien Centre for Professional Success (MLCPS) aims to have each NTU student complete their educational journey with a set of moral values and personal skills that would set them apart when they join the workforce and community as contributing citizens of the world. The compulsory core career module offered by MLCPS prepares you to face the working world with confidence.

 

This course is a foundation module on essential career preparation skills and entrepreneurship. This course equips you with practical skills needed in your personal development and job search to help you succeed in a new disruptive workplace, basic appreciation of the key concepts of enterprise and gain practical insights on the relevance of enterprise and teamwork skills through working in team. This course is open to all NTU students and should be preferably completed by all students prior to their internship. Students are also encouraged to explore further into other advance entrepreneurship modules to be venturesome and more resilient in this ever-changing world. In today’s competitive world, it is crucial that career preparation skills and entrepreneurial mindset are learnt early to ensure that competitive edge is sharpened with a heightened sense of workplace values and ethics.

 By the end of the course, you should be able to:

  1. Describe the impact of Future of Work on your personal and professional development
  2. Demonstrate the professional skills required and importance of entrepreneurship in 21st century economics
  3. Explain the entrepreneurial mindset
  4. Identify your career values, occupational interests, personality and motivated skills (VIPS)
  5. and learn the 4-stage career development plan in deciding your career paths (‘SODA’)
  6. Demonstrate the fundamental skills to kickstart your Career Development
  7. Describe the competitive advantages and entrepreneurial ecosystem for startups in Singapore
  8. Demonstrate the fundamental skills to kickstart your Entrepreneurial Ventures
  9. Identify networking dos and don’ts to navigate networking opportunities
  10. Deliver elevator pitch for networking
  11. Identify ethical and workplace related issues
  12. Develop teamwork skill through collaborative learning through group project with students from different Schools/Colleges to complete a common goal
  1. Future of Work & Developing an Entrepreneurial Mindset
  2. Charting Your Career Path
  3. Fundamental Skills to Kickstart Your Career Development
  4. Fundamental Skills to Kickstart Your Entrepreneurial Ventures
  5. Building Networking Skills for Career & Entrepreneurial Development
  6. Handling Ethical & Workplace Issues Professionally

Component

  1. Group Project
  2. MCQs and In-Class Quiz Assessments
  3. VMock-critiqued Resume Submission

Weightage

45%
40%
15%


To pass ML0004, students must complete all MCQ Assessments and requirements, and achieve at least 80% of the total marks by the module's closing deadline.

Students who fail to meet the requirements would be deemed to have failed and a 'Fail' grade will be reflected in the Semester's Transcript. Students will need to re-take the module.

This course is a foundation module on essential career preparation skills and a compulsory GER-CORE module worth 1 Academic Unit (AU). This course equips you with practical skills needed in your personal development and job search to help you succeed in a new disruptive workplace. This course is open to all Year ​2 students. 
  1. Future of Work
  2. Career Development & Job Search Strategies
  3. Resume & Cover Letter Writing
  4. Networking Skills
  5. Interview Skills
  6. Navigate the Workplace & Professional Ethics

Component

  1. MCQ Assessments
  2. Skills Profiling Assessment
  3. VMock-critiqued Resume Submission

Weightage

50%
25%
25%


To pass ML0003, students must complete all MCQ Assessments and requirements, and achieve at least 80% of the total marks by the module's closing deadline.

Students who fail to meet the requirements would be deemed to have failed and a 'Fail' grade will be reflected in the Semester's Transcript. Students will need to re-take the module.