Students

Students

APRU in partnership with its members and external organisations, such as The New York Times and Hinrich Foundation, conducts activities for students with the aim to raise awareness of social, environmental or economic policy issues related to the Asia Pacific region.

APRU student programs enable students to apply their knowledge to critical policy challenges in the region, enhance their international experience and enrich their key competencies and leadership potential. APRU’s student programs are designed to inspire students from multidisciplinary fields to further develop their leadership skills and hone their ability to respond to global challenges.

 

 

APRU Student Programs

Student News & Initiatives

APRU E-Sports Apprenticeship

APRU E-Sports Apprenticeship

APRU E-Sports Apprenticeship Sponsored by Yesports Universities have a pivotal role to play in driving the positive and ...
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Quarantunes Student Music Competition

Quarantunes Student Music Competition

A student music competition to inspire hope for the future #Quarantunes   APRU is pleased to announce the winners of ...
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Collaboration, technology and global health policy

Collaboration, technology and global health policy

A group of Bruins minoring in the global health met during the APRU Global Health Student Case Competition. They are now ...
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Student leaders present scalable community solutions

Student leaders present scalable community solutions

Published in University World News. The empathy, connectedness and flexibility skills taught to students during an ...
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Bending the Curve: A curriculum that empowers 1 Million Climate Champions to solve climate change

Bending the Curve: A curriculum that empowers 1 Million Climate Champions to solve climate change

APRU encourages universities and students to join Bending the Curve: Climate Change Solutions, a multifaceted education ...
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Universities ride eSports wave for a stake in its future

Universities ride eSports wave for a stake in its future

Published in University World News. Almost below the radar of university leadership, eSports or competitive computer ...
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Learning a ‘human-centred’ approach to problem-solving

Learning a ‘human-centred’ approach to problem-solving

A ground-breaking collaborative international educational programme, staged at the University of Oregon (UO) in Eugene, ...
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Sustainable Trade Challenge: Rewrite the Rules for Better Trade

Sustainable Trade Challenge: Rewrite the Rules for Better Trade

The global rules-based trading system is facing its biggest threat in recent history as protectionist forces are on the ...
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Ground-breaking programme on ‘global’ problem-solving

Ground-breaking programme on ‘global’ problem-solving

Published by University World News Students from top Pacific Rim research universities have embarked on an innovative ...
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How universities can achieve inclusive campus diversity

How universities can achieve inclusive campus diversity

Published by University World News University campuses have become more diverse in an age of migration and student, ...
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Students Across the Asia Pacific Tackle Artificial Intelligence

Students Across the Asia Pacific Tackle Artificial Intelligence

Winners of the APRU-The New York Times Asia-Pacific Student Case Competition on Artificial Intelligence have been ...
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APRU Helps Prepare for An AI Future

APRU Helps Prepare for An AI Future

Are universities training enough students in AI? Is research done in the right areas with respect to societal needs? And, ...
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