At present, students must be able to learn both inside and outside the classroom. Therefore, in addition to academic knowledge in the classroom, The Integrated Chemistry Curriculum offers a variety of activities for students, including field trips, integration of scientific knowledge in various fields, and activities to strengthen foundations before class by faculty members to prepare students. In addition, research and educational facilities and learning media services for students promote a vibrant learning atmosphere with a total capacity.
In addition, there are extracurricular programs and more than 70 activity clubs for students to participate in and practice life skills both on and off-campus. These activities are designed to build social skills, cultivate good conscience and social responsibility, and promote good physical and mental health so that students will find a life path that is suitable for themselves in the future.