Contact UsIntranet

Undergraduate Programmes


In July 2015, 14 students from the Department of Biology travelled to Sabah, which is famous for its extremely high biodiversity. The students ventured into lowland primary forests, montane primary forests and mangroves that proved to be an exhilarating experience for them, where they observed first-hand how wildlife survives in these pristine habitats. Many species that were observed are significantly threatened by habitat destruction, overexploitation or global climate change. It is hoped that the experience from this trip will motivate participants to develop a greater holistic understanding of sustainable development and proactive attitude to biodiversity conservation.