Group work can enhance the cooperative feelings among students, and develop students' interpersonal skills. Group work is a process of exchanging information and knowledge between students, which refers to the progress of directing the emotion and senses by communicating and helping others, and especially understanding the culture differences which refers to different backgrounds. It should be learned that to take care and help each other by recognizing their merits and also be tolerant of their shortcomings. Moreover, it is encouraged to listen with an open mind to learn from others and listen to their points of view. This will allow each member to integrate themselves into a collective team, and enhance their collective consciousness.Group work assists students to develop their self-learning ability. Group work involves students to participate rather than be bystanders. It encourages the student who has mastered a certain knowledge and skills to transfer and teach others who do not have themselves. Students who seek for an outstanding performance in group work must carefully learn the class material, and read through the text book analysing its content. Some contents may not be available in current text books, so it encourages students to find information by searching on the internet, and also makes some notes. These initiatives improve student learning, so that it promotes their self-learning abilities.