GIACC Mobility Programme Strengthen Strategic Collaboration Between UMS and Hannam University, South Korea


Global Industry - Academia Cooperation Collaboration (GIACC) mobility program to Hannam University, South Korea which involved lecturers and students from Faculty of Business, Economics and Accounting (FBEA) of Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) could strengthen strategic collaboration between both universities.

FBEA Mobility Coordinator, Datu Razali Datuk Datu Hj. Eranza said, GIACC is one of the mobility cooperation activities carried out by FBEA through the Entrepreneurship Research and Development Unit (UPPPK), the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) FBEA and the FBEA Mobility Program, with HNU, which based on the approach of HNU's Capstone Design credit program.

“This program is a return visit to appreciate the 16 members of Hannam University consisting of eight professors and eight students who visited UMS in December last year.

“Such cooperation provides platform for students and lecturers to share experiences and exchange views on Malaysian and South Korean international business management,” he said.

He said this in a statement in conjunction with the UMS delegation's visit to HNU which started yesterday.

Datu Razali noted that, HNU-UMS Capstone Design Manager, Professor Peter Lee Jae Myeong who coordinated the visit has planned various programs of lectures, industry visits and group work.

“The GIACC program based on Capstone Design really encourages and trains students in international business, based on different backgrounds and experiences.

“Through such programs, students and lecturers can study and establish international relations not only with academic strategic partners, but also include industry involvement.

“As a result of this program, the faculties at both universities will be able to increase competency in teaching and learning, which will produce students who think critically and holistically,” he said.

Datu Razali added that, HNU’s Director of Leaders in Industry-University Cooperation 3.0, Professor Dr. Won Gu Hwan when welcomed the program participants from UMS expressed his gratitude for the visit held this time and hoped that more visits would be made in the future, from time to time.

“The mobility meeting discussion hopes that universities and industry partners in Daejon, South Korea and Sabah will continue to provide support to make the GIACC Capstone Design HNU and UMS successful in the future.

“HNU is expected to visit UMS in June 2024, which will be joined by professors, lecturers, and students,” he said.

Besides Datu Razali, also involved in the programme Director of AACSB, Rosle Mohidin and seven FBEA students.




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