For the past four decades, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has consistently been one of the best-performing regional blocs in the world, a region of geopolitical and economic importance to the United States and the global economy. However, as with other world regions, ASEAN has dealt with multiple challenges in recent years—a global pandemic, macroeconomic, social, environmental, and technological disruptions, and geopolitical tensions. Despite these challenges, the region is projected to be a bright and resilient spot in the global economy.
CU Denver CIBER is pleased to announce the offering of the 2023 ASEAN Faculty Development in International Business Program (ASEAN FDIB). The program will examine significant and unique challenges facing ASEAN, how the association addresses them, the region’s prospects for moving forward, and its implications for US global competitiveness. Particular emphasis will be given to the perspectives of two key ASEAN member countries—Singapore and the Philippines.
Key Program Features
Program schedule to be announced
To be announced
$6,000 program fee includes single-occupancy hotel accommodations in Singapore and the Philippines; air travel from Singapore to Manila; selected meals; transportation to company visits; selected airport transfers; program materials; admission fee to selected activities; selected cultural visits.
The program fee excludes: international air ticket to Singapore and return from Manila; travel insurance; Singapore arrival airport transfer; Manila departure airport transfer; meals not covered during the program; miscellaneous fees (e.g., passport and visa fees, non-covered activity admission fees).
Applications close Monday, March 27, 2023
Cancellations may be accepted until Friday, April 7, 2023 with a $750 cancellation fee.
Limited Partial Scholarships may be available for US Faculty