This course evaluates students' activities such as: study abroad; participation in international conferences, international intensive seminars, international workshops, or international internship; and planning and management of academic meetings or seminars. This course aims to cultivate the students’ abilities of: building mutually beneficial relationship; having rich humanities, including understanding of diverse values and perspectives; gaining higher expertise; carrying out effective analysis and integration; and transformation and transaction.
At the end of this course, student will be able to: 1) Ability to build mutually beneficial relationship; 2) Rich humanity, including understanding of the diverse values; and 3) Ability to analyze and integrate. Problem solving skills.
International activities, Communication
|✔ Intercultural skills
|✔ Communication skills
|Critical thinking skills
|✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills
1) submitting a plan for preliminary review 2) learning and research activities 3) making a presentation and submitting an activity report
|Each academic activity
|Practice of each method
The activity plan should be submitted in the specified format and permitted by a week before starting the activities. After conducting the activities, the report in the specified format should be submitted. Based on that report, pass or miss will be judged.
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