Student clubs and societies are an integral part of the University experience. We nurture leadership attributes and skills in students through events and activities organised by more than 30 clubs. The activities include seminars, recreational outings, sports & games, community service projects and more.
University of Cyberjaya emerged as the first private university to retain its name as the overall champion at the 13th MyPSA National Pharmacy Sports Carnival 2020 (NPSC) for the fourth time in a row bagging 22 medals – ten gold, six silver, and six bronze.
The University of Cyberjaya recently organized its third annual Sports Carnival – one that saw spectacular sportsmanship and teamwork. The sports carnival was organized by the university’s student council representatives and lasted for a week from 4th November to 9th November 2019.
Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences (CUCMS)’s OSH Club held its first Masquerade themed Dinner at the Kinrara Resort, Puchong. The event took place on 11th October and celebrated and promoted the students at the faculty of Safety & Health. More than 100 students and faculty members attended the dinner.
To celebrate World Mental Health Day 2019, The Psychology Students at CUCMS organized events for students across the campus sites, discussing the importance of self-care and how to manage your mental wellbeing and recognize mental health symptoms.
Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences (CUCMS) hosted its first idea-sharing platform, SPARK 2019 on 18th September 2019. Dubbed the Sharing Positivity, Aspirations, Resources and Knowledge (SPARK), the programme aims to showcase influential speakers of every discipline and culture to change attitudes and lives of the people in our community.
Over 40 students from Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences (CUCMS) recently participated in an international humanitarian mission to Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam. Dubbed the Saigon Outreach of Unity & Soul (SOUL) 2019, the programme was held from 2 to 7 August 2019 and aimed to provide much-needed health screening and medical assistance for the poor community in Vietnam.
An estimated 3.6 million Malaysians are suffering from diabetes and an alarming seven million adults, are estimated to be affected by diabetes in Malaysia by 2025. According to the Ministry of Health, this is the highest rate of incidence in Asia and one of the highest in the world.
Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences’ (CUCMS) Kelab Penyayang was named as Overall Winner of the Minister of Education’s Volunteerism Cup 2018 at the Kelab Penyayang Summit 2018 on 14th October 2018. The competition was the brainchild of Yayasan Budi Penyayang with an aim of fostering the spirit of volunteerism among students of higher learning institutions in Malaysia.