1. Knowledge acquisition: Enhance students' understanding and expertise in in a specific theme or topic of political science, sociology, history, and foreign languages.
2. Critical thinking: Encourage students to develop critical thinking skills by analysing and evaluating complex ideas, theories, or problems. The objective is to help students become more effective in reasoning, evaluating evidence, and forming their own opinions.
3. Communication skills: Provide opportunities for students to improve their oral and written communication skills. Students may be required to present their ideas, participate in discussions, or write papers or reports. The objective is to enhance their ability to articulate their thoughts clearly and effectively.
4. Research skills: Involve independent research or group projects, requiring students to gather and analyse information from various sources. The objective is to develop students' research skills, including information literacy, critical evaluation of sources, and proper citation practices.
5. Collaboration and teamwork: Involve collaborative work, such as group discussions, presentations, or projects. The objective is to foster teamwork skills, including effective communication, cooperation, and the ability to work well with others.
6. Ethical and professional behaviour: Address ethical considerations and professional standards within a specific discipline. The objective is to instil a sense of ethical responsibility and professionalism in students as they navigate their chosen field.
7. Problem-solving and application of knowledge: Provide real-world scenarios or case studies that require students to apply their knowledge and problem-solving skills. The objective is to help students connect theory to practice and develop practical solutions to complex problems.