Classes / Programs

Most of the international academic classes / programs are held in English (Possible extra-mentoring in German and selected regional languages).

[Standard Daily Timetable System]*
Monday 09 am - 03 pm (All lessons)
Tuesday 09 am - 03 pm (All lessons)
Wednesday 09 am - 03 pm (All lessons)
Thursday 09 am - 03 pm (All lessons)
Friday 08 am - 12 am (All lessons)
Saturday 09 am - 01 pm (All lessons)
*Subject to change according to the class locations or upon agreement with the staffs, mentors or lecturers

List of Subjects or Special Topics

Actual academic programs (subjects or topics) which will be supervised by special international academic staffs, lecturers or mentors.

[Some programs will be prepared only on demand]

The relevant topical options:

[Click or download the relevant topic for more infos!]
NOTE:

Topic 01 (University Sains Malaysia);

Topic 02 (Malikussaleh University);

Topic 03 (University of Indonesia);

Topic 04 (Syarif Hidayatullah University);

Topic 05 (Chung Hua University);

Topic XX (Diaspora College)

Special Preparatory Courses

In addition to regular courses, several special courses are offered in response to participant interest and need, and if instructors and classroom space are available.
We offer special preparatory courses also for international groups living in diaspora including refugees, etc.

A. International Auxiliary Language Program

Course title: "Esperanto as Lingua Franca"
Course description: Esperanto as a global language; a language used for communication between groups of people who speak different languages.
Teaching methods: Lectures, grammatical excercises; text reading, writing, conversation, presentation, etc.
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B. German Language Program

Course title: "German as a Foreign Language"
Course description: German as a foreign language for all; a language course prepared for admission to university for international applicants or learning German for business, communication and culture.
Teaching methods: Lectures, grammatical excercises; text reading, writing, conversation, presentation, etc.
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C. Chrash Course Program

Course title: "Crash Course for Startups"
Course description: A detailed brain dump about how to go about starting entrepreneurial project for startups. Including theory, inspiration, overview and special mentoring for international applicants.
Teaching methods: Lectures, excercises; text analyzing, writing, conversation, presentation, etc.
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World Heritage Outbound

'World Heritage Regional Visit'

[On Demand]
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