About Lifelong Learning

What

We believe that, lifelong learning is a mindset that empowers individuals to continuously and actively pursue self-fulfillment. Lifelong learning is also an approach that develops holistic competencies for our changing world. Lifelong learners should possess the following:

  •  A ‘growth mindset’ which promotes persistence and reduces one’s fear of failure
  • Positive attitudes towards embracing new environments and challenges
  • Continuous, self-driven learning behaviors

Why

In a world which is changing faster than ever, society as a whole must put an emphasis on lifelong learning in order to produce learners who can adapt and thrive within fluid situations. To prepare the next generations for this future, we must now begin innovating methods and tools which can provide them with the critical skills and mindsets which will make them competent professionals and citizens going forward. 

How

Through our understanding of lifelong learning, we consider these 5 traits (Explore, Create, Persist, Collaborate, Reflect) to be the most important within the process of learning, and thus we develop our learning tools in such a way that each one is adequately incorporated.

News

TULLL was interviewed by China Today

Global Citizenship Education Curriculum Design Workshop

The TULLL Fellowship has Officially been Launched

HRH Crown Prince Visited TULLL

SDG Innovative Learning Summer Project(2017)

2017 International Conference on Lifelong Learning was Successfully Held at Tsinghua University

Impact

20,000 man-hour

workshops and summer schools

7,000 visitors

from governments, universities, schools, businesses and social enterprises

200,000 times

TULLL WeChat has been read and shared approximately 200,000 times

23

research projects since 2016

500

Offered training classes for MBA, EMBA and Executive Training students from Tsinghua School of Economics and Management. Cumulative number of participants: 500+

BBC

Domestic  and international news interviews and reports, including BBC