University of St. La Salle

Four USLS students join exchange program in South Korea

A total of four students from the University of St. La Salle’s Yu An Log-College of Business and Accountancy were chosen to partake in an enriching four-month educational and cultural exchange program at Keimyung University in Daegu, South Korea.

The selected students who joined the program in February 2024 are Kirsten Ann G. Limosnero, Thea Carilla J. Chiu, Marie Charisse D. Tison, and Rasha Celine Mae B. Del Carmen.

With an engaging and insightful program laid out before them, the student participants shared their experiences and reflected on how the program has enriched their lives.

"I have always been interested in learning about different cultures around the world. I find this experience as another way to form connections, make relationships, and expand my horizons," remarked Chiu, a sophomore Marketing Management student.

“My reason for joining is to seize the opportunity to meet new individuals, adapt to a new environment, and learn unforgettable experiences from another country. I aspire to grow more competent and efficient by equipping myself with global knowledge and leadership skills to work with my peers to learn," added Limosnero.

This marks the University's fourth instance, post-pandemic, of sending exchange students for International Business to Keimyung University under the CAMPUS Asia - Asian International Mobility for Students (AIMS) program.

The Center for Linkages and International Affairs at the University recognizes the significance of nurturing global partnerships through student exchange initiatives. These programs provide students with a global outlook and bolster their intercultural competencies.

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