In 2017, APU began a new initiative to support student extracurricular activities. These activities are categorized into three types: Type A: Autonomous Events, Type B: Selected Project, and Type C: Enterprise & NPO Co-create Project. Students can receive support based on the type of their activity.
Six projects selected as Type B: Selected Project will be introduced in this gallery.
These are creative and exceptional endeavors that cultivate cross-cultural receptivity and collaborative skills to play an active role in the international community. Selected projects should also use knowledge gained from the classroom to contribute to society. Selected projects will receive strong support from the Student Office, including training and feedback to enhance planning and management skills, as well as financial support.
Part four of our series introduces the activities of the APU International Relations Student Association (IRSA) which hosts APU-INITIATE, an event to help students polish their negotiation ability through simulations of high-stakes international meetings.