ASEAN Student e-Xchange Programme

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The ASEAN Student e-Xchange Programme is a virtual-mobility programme in partnership with Passage2ASEAN (P2A) Association. 44 TP students have been matched with 45 students from ASEAN, and over five weeks, they will engage in weekly 45-mins e-meetings to share and discuss their respective countries and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) while learning more from one another.

 

Country Member
Indonesia  Universitas Kristen Indonesia Paulus, Makassar 
Universitas Pembangunan Nasional “Veteran” Yogyakarta, (UPNVY) 
Myanmar  Technological University Kyaukse (TUKSE) 
Victoria University College, Yangon 
Thailand   Chiang Mai Rajabhat University, Chiang Mai 
Rangsit University, Rangsit 

Vietnam 

Duy Tan University, Da Nang 
FPT Education Global, Can Tho City 

 

We also have the participation of Saint Columban College, Pagadian City, Philippines.

"The concept of Student e-Xchange Programme is not new, given the technology to facilitate the programme has existed for years.  In light of Covid-19 pandemic, overseas student programmes have been on a standstill. Like all institutions of higher learning throughout the world, we had to re-imagine how do we conduct overseas student programmes. The ASEAN Student e-Xchange Programme is our response to the situation. 

Through this programme, students will develop a global mindset, deepen cross-cultural skills, fostering cultural awareness and international collaboration.  Along the way; cultivating lasting friendships and at the end of the programme, the students will emerge with bigger hearts.  

We look forward to a warm virtual hand-shake with our ASEAN counterparts."
 

Teo Sze Cheng
Director, International Relations
Head, Centre for Transcultural Studies

"I am so impressed with the vision and leadership of Temasek Polytechnic in promoting online learning events that bring people together, even when COVID prevents us from travelling. In times of crisis, exponential change and polarisation of society we all must stand up and find ways to connect with one another because it is the ongoing dialogue between people from different backgrounds, with different ideas and beliefs, that is the foundation of understanding, respect and friendships."

 

Jeroen G. Schedler 
Assistant President for Internationalization, Rangsit University 
Chair Executive Committee, Passage to ASEAN (P2A) Association

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