KOTA SAMARAHAN: A programme which seeks to produce graduates who are perceived by stakeholders and future recruiters as active, determined and independent global citizens has been carried out by Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas).
This was done in collaboration with its Japanese strategic partner, Shibaura Institute of Technology (SIT).
The international mobility programme (IMP) called the Global Project-Based Programme 2022 (GPBL 2022) was concluded recently
Emphasising the importance of nurturing global citizens, Unimas vice chancellor Professor Datuk Dr Mohamad Kadim Suaidi, described IMP as a fast-win strategy for both Unimas and SIT students.
“They can acquire international adaptability, cross-cultural sensitivity to build self-confidence by effective hard and soft learning on sharing academic insights and celebrate the common values between nations,” he said.
GPBL 2022 which was completed on August 10 was closed by the Programmed Director, Dr Noor Hisyam Noor Mohamed.
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