18 August 2022

Video documenting the ASEAN Master in Sustainability Management’s success released today!

AUN Writer Team

By Chanya Chinsukserm, AUN Programme Officer

The ASEAN University Network is proud to showcase the exceptional video recording success of the pioneer programme “ASEAN Master in Sustainability Management”. Referring to the mission assigned to the AUN Secretariat team to document the achievement of the ASEAN Master in Sustainability Management at Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), Indonesia – Today the video production capturing every aspect of its successfulness has been released on AUN Secretariat Youtube platform, through https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLs0NWH4v34 

Some notable excerpts are presented here: “It's taught within the ASEAN context ... there are actually many things to be learned within the ASEAN context, our local wisdom. So I think that's what's very great about this program is you really don't have to look further to get this information or to learn from the experts. It's right here in our region,” said the current scholar student, Zulfadila Hira Permana from Indonesia. “This course really opens my eyes to a lot of possibilities, a lot of situations that I didn't have in my home country. So I think the diversity of the class would really help us all to see all the aspects of sustainability,” said Reynamy Doria from the Philippines. Please see the interview's full version in the provided link to the YouTube video.

The Master's Program in Sustainability Management is a joint collaboration between the ASEAN University Network for Business and Economics (AUN-BE) hosted by UGM, with the assistance of the University of Agder, Norway and the AUN. It is specially designed for graduates to be equipped with management abilities and acumen to meet solutions for Sustainable Management. It encompasses sustainable business strategy, finance/marketing/technology management, as well as leadership and organizational behaviour. It is also built upon specific knowledge that includes crucial topics like management of marine resources/coastal management/energy resource/ forest and conservation, urban planning and management, food security and sustainable agriculture and, last but not least, climate change laws and greenhouse gas reductions.

For more information on this special Master's programme, please visit the website https://www.asean-sustainability.mba/