On August 21, the internship program started at the Authority for Protection and Management of Angkor and the Region of Siem Reap, Kingdom of Cambodia, one of our university-level international partner institutions.
This internship program, co-hosted by the School of International Studies and the Institute of Natural and Environmental Technology, aims to train human resources who will lead the global society. Also, the program was accredited as one of the Japan-Cambodia Kizuna Events by the Embassy of Japan in Cambodia.
This year, for the eighth time, 10 students including 7 students from the College of Human and Social Sciences, 1 student from the College of Science and Engineering and 2 students from Komatsu College participate in the program, and 3 tutors and 1 assistant join them as well.
The students will be engaged in maintaining walking paths, preserving the water and forest environment, and developing the infrastructure for tourists in cooperation with the staff of the authority until the program ends on September 1.