One of the benefits of University life is the opportunity to make new friends, develop new interests, and enjoy a varied social life. All the social and leisure activities of the University are organized and supported by the students themselves, particularly through the University’s Department of Student Affairs.
Students are mainly from Kota Kinabalu, followed by students from other parts of Sabah which includes Sandakan, Tawau, Lahad Datu, Kudat, and Kota Marudu to name. Some even come from Wilayah Persekutuan Labuan, Sarawak, and even Peninsular Malaysia, if students feel like venturing further into a field they will find a number of interesting places to visit. Students can have a 2 ½ hours ride from the city to the 754sq km Kinabalu Park and Mount Kinabalu, the pride of Sabah. This 4095m peak is easily accessible and is a favorite for jungle-trekker and mountain-climber with a breathtaking view of the lush surroundings. There might be a chance to catch a glimpse of the exotic Rafflesia, the world’s largest flower. Students also can hop on a boat and head to the islands in Tunku Abdul Rahman Park which consist of 5 islands namely Sapi, Mamutik, Manukan, Sulug, and Gaya.
Tunku Abdul Rahman University of Management and Technology believes in providing holistic education. The moral, social and physical aspects of a student's life are as important as the student's academic and intellectual development.
In general, the implementation of this program would enable the University College to produce graduates able to face life's challenges.
|- To develop responsible citizens and foster national unity||- To develop students' soft skills.|
|- To develop an understanding between different cultures||- To develop students' physical, spiritual and emotional health.|
Students have five categories to choose from, depending on their field of interest:
|1. Student Representative Council||4. Christian Fellowship|
|2. Student Sports Committee||5. Music Club|
|3. English Language Society|