2018 marks the fourth year of us organizing MODUL.

An acronym that stands for “My One-Day Uni Life”, MODUL took place on 30th June and 7th July, holding on to the same objectives:

1. To spark the underserved community’s motivation to pursue tertiary education,
2. To expose them to the university environment
3. Motivating them to pursue their dreams

The MODUL organized this year was a little different as compared to previous years, instead of inviting different faculties to collaborate like we used to, we invited student projects from the Youth Beyond Boundaries community and the Faculty of Engineering.

Themed upcycling, these student organizations and the faculty organized and facilitated activities related to upcycling, such as cars made of upcycled materials and handmade soap.


We acknowledge that the refugees’ environment may limit them, and this is one of the main reasons of organizing MODUL 4.0. Over the years, we have impacted more than 300 refugee students and we believe that we can increase the impact. MODUL aims to empower underprivileged students who come from different backgrounds. Hence, we have project like these to provide them a positive environment for to prep for their journey of self-exploration.

Once again, we would like to extend our deepest appreciation towards the lecturers, sponsors (The Picha Project , Colwyn Print and Services, ABC Printing) facilitators, organizing committees, YBB Project facilitators ( Green Up Project, Terra • fix, Initiative Z), Faculty of Engineering of UCSI University and the participants for being a part of this meaningful event. Without your help and effort, this event wouldn’t be a success.

As quoted by Nelson Mandela :”Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”