Internationalization is one of the top priorities of Applied Science Private University (ASU), which is also highlighted in its strategy and development programs. Our aim is to ensure ASU competitiveness at the global scale in the field of studies, research and innovation. So, ASU works to cooperate with distinguished universities all around the world and educating and training undergraduate, post-graduate students.
Internationalization fosters diversity, equity, and inclusion by broadening students' and staff awareness of and appreciation for the diverse needs of the peoples and cultures in the world internationally. By participating in multicultural curricula, students learn about global issues and disparities, which helps to open their minds to other ways of being and builds cross-cultural understanding and, in turn, inclusiveness. Many students who participate in some form of internationalization go on to further engage with the social justice work needed to build an equitable global future for all peoples. As the International relations office for internationalization at ASU, International Affairs is proud to support diversity, equity, and inclusion through bringing international students and scholars to campus, sending students abroad, supporting international collaborations, and providing international programming. In ASU, more than 50 nationalities students enrolled in both bachelor and master programs.
International relations office at ASU includes three units: International programs collaboration, Mobility and international Grants, International Students affairs.
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