HELP today welcomed 3 students from the Australian National University (ANU) into its Student Mobility Programme (SMP).
The SMP has been designed for students from Australia, UK, Europe and the USA to attend courses and accrue credit at HELP University. Under the rubric Education for Peace and Prosperity, the SMP at HELP provides the opportunity for international students to expand their intellectual and cultural understanding of Asia through travel and study while remaining enrolled in their home institutions. They will develop their capabilities and talents to become globally and culturally mobile in working in diverse environments in a wide array of fields.
The 3 ANU students will be joined by 10 HELP students in the SMP. They will all take a credit-awarding course titled Constructing Asia: Governance, Institutions and Identity taught via lectures, seminars, field trips (Brickfields, Sekinchan, Melaka) and a country visit (Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City).