Bringing the world into the lecture halls
WORLD issues routinely cross borders, which is why global understanding is necessary to equip future generation to meet the demands of a fast globalising world.
Management and Science University (MSU) boosts its students’ global exposure opportunities through a recent Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with ASEAN faculties of pharmacy and the Pharmacy Education Consortium of Thailand (PECT).
The MoA was signed at the Thai Pharmacy Education Conference 2017, held at the end of June at the Chulalongkorn University.
Attended by 27 deans, including the dean of the MSU’s School of Pharmacy, the conference discussed various issues such as a stop-smoking campaign, among others.
The new collaboration, which involved nine ASEAN universities including MSU and 18 PECT members comprising Thai universities, is set to boost regional inter-professional education.
On the home front, MSUrians can look forward to increased international researches, conferences and seminars, as well as new places and people to discover through MSU programmes of Global Mobility (GMP), Global Leadership (GLP) and Global Internship (GIP).
Students from the new partner universities will have the opportunity of studying in Malaysia, either as inbound students through GMP or through attending MSU Summer School programmes.
Venturing abroad is highly encouraged for students at MSU. The three programmes – GMP, GLP and GIP – send MSUrians to cities worldwide, helping them become global citizens of the 21st century.
MSU graduates would have travelled abroad at least once as undergraduates by convocation day, preparing them for the world beyond the graduation horizon.
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