Cross-Cultural Training Program in Global Business
provided by Kangwon National University
in Collaboration with
BINUS University of Indonesia
UiTM of Malaysia
Kasetsart University of Thailand
and Foreign Trade University of Vietnam
The ASEAN International Mobility for Students (AIMS) program, formally known as Malaysia-Indonesia-Thailand (M-I-T) Student Mobility Pilot Project, aims to create a vibrant student mobility program for citizens of all SEAMEO member countries. Following the success of the pilot project, it is now being turned into a fully-fledged ASEAN program. Additional Asian nations are now invited to join and collectively develop the AIMS program.
In 2016, Republic of Korea joined the program. As of now, AIMS program has four partner universities in Korea including Kangwon National University (KNU).
KNU, one of the major national universities in Korea, is currently in collaboration with Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) of Malaysia, BINUS University of Indonesia, Kasetsart University of Thailand, and Foreign Trade University of Vietnam.
KNU's AIMS program aims to cultivate global talents who can understand diverse cultures, histories, and societies of the three participating countries, as well as expertise in economic and business environment conditions in each country
to provide exchange students with learning opportunities not only for different business practices but also for different cultures
to provide participating opportunities in business practices and cultural activities, and thus
to incubate a skilled global workforce with mutual cross-cultural understanding to meet increasing global business market resource needs among Korea and ASEAN member countries.