KIT Program is a joint program led by National Taiwan University Global MBA, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) and Universitas Prasetiya Mulya Business School (PMBS).
The aim of this course is to provide students with the opportunity to experience first-hand the business cultural practices of the region; in a learning environment that promotes cross-cultural understanding and insight into business processes in an “Asian context”.
A variety of perspectives are explored with the aim of familiarizing students with the business contexts of Indonesia, Korea and Taiwan, as well as issues pertaining to cross-cultural management, innovation and CSR.
The course involves an overseas stay in the Host Country (Indonesia for 2016-7, Taiwan for 2017-8 and Korea for 2018-9) and incorporates company visits, business meetings, networking with local business leaders, as well as lectures from professors of each partner university.
KIT Asian Business Consulting 2017/18 Taipei, Taiwan
Perfect Ending of KIT Cross-Cultural Course
As the one-week program comes to the last day, today is the most important day for everyone in the KIT program – the closing ceremony. After breakfast, students kept busy doing their last-minute preparation and rehearsal for the final presentation this afternoon. Through the company visits and dozens of group discussions, the Progress Review, and many suggestions given by professors in the past four days, each group looked almost ready for the big show.
It was honored to invite managers and prestigious guests from Yuanta Bank, DOMI Earth and UCarer as judge panels in the closing ceremony. The main tasks for them were not only giving comments and feedback but picking the best group after the 6 presentations. Moreover, the professors from KIT could also appoint a group that provided the best consultant service.
The last part of the closing ceremony was another highlight: all participating students received their certificates from the faculties one after another, as an achievement of attending the KIT program. This course cannot be successfully accomplished and carried out without the involvement of the professors from three universities, the commitment of the three companies, and the cooperation with the local business leaders.
Hope students and faculties all returnedhome with full of harvest.