Unser Goldpartner, die Basler Kantonalbank, hat zurzeit verschiedene interessante Stellen für Absolventen ausgeschrieben!
Hast Du Interesse an der Finanzbranche und verfügst über einen Hochschulabschluss in einem relevanten Bereich? Die Trainee Programme der Basler Kantonalbank bieten Dir einen idealen Start in deine Karriere. Nebst deinen Aufgaben fördert die Basler Kantonalbank deine Entwicklung gezielt mit berufsbegleitenden Aus- und Weiterbildungsprogrammen um dich optimal zu unterstützen.
We are happy to announce the Basler Kantonalbank Group with Bank Cler as their subsidiary as our Gold Sponsor for the 2018 / 2019 edition of exploreASEAN. BKB and Bank Cler are offering banking and financial services to their clients and with their generous contribution, they support our project significantly. Currently, they are also looking for motivated soon-to-be-graduates for different trainee programs or entry-level positions!
In collaboration with all other international student projects, we would like to express our sincere thanks for the continuous support of our main joint partner Blaser Swisslube.
In order to celebrate their support, we created a video which shows how their iconic barrels accompany us over the course of our project.
Please find the video here.
The project management team is delighted to announce our two new members who together constitute our communications team. We are very happy to have Linh My Nguyen and Anita Ferrara on board of our exciting project. We are very much looking forward to working together with Linh and Anita and to exploreASEAN together with them!
To get redirected to our team page, please click here.
Are you in your final year of your studies at FHNW, and interested in actively participating in our exciting international student project about the ASEAN region? Apply NOW and learn more about Southeast Asian business culture, travel to selected Southeast Asian countries with us and enhance your employment projects. The application form is online until 18th of November 2018 midnight. We would be delighted to have you with us on your journey!
You can find the application form here.
Would you like to be part of our International Student Project?
We are now seeking motivated and talented students to join our communication team.
If you have good communication skills, good social media skills, an interest in ASEAN, and if you are in your last year of studies, you might be the perfect fit for us.
For more information about the position and the application form please click here
The project management team is happy to announce Jakob Rope Systems as a Silver Partner of this year's edition of exploreASEAN. Jakob Rope Systems is a manufacturer and supplier of architectural ropes and of stainless steel as well as of comprehensive product range in the area of rope and and hoisting technology. They are a long time partner of exploreASEAN and we thank them for their invaluable support. We are looking forward to working together with them!
Find out more about them here
We are most happy to announce DT Swiss as our first Gold Partner for this year’s edition of exploreASEAN. DT Swiss is a Swiss manufacturer of high-quality bicycle products. Being a Gold Partner of exploreASEAN for the second consecutive year now, we would like to express our sincere thanks for their generous support.
We are looking forward to a successful, mutually beneficial, collaboration.
Find out more about DT Swiss here
After having received a smooth handover by the previous project management team, we are delighted and excited to finally being able to start with this exciting project, which now runs for the fourth consecutive year.
From now on, we will do our best to ensure that after three successful editions, the fourth one will be a success again.
We are looking forward to working on this project and to being able to develop it further. Moreover, we would like to thank the previous project team for their support at this very beginning of the 4th edition ofexploreASEAN
Your Project Management Team 2018/2019
The 3rd edition of exploreASEAN 2017/18 is history!
But the story continues..Shortly after the final event of all international student projects, the search for new project managers started intensively. After a short application period, the international student projects received numerous applications of high-potential students that have the determination and ability to manage the new project edition. This project provides them the opportunity to gain valuable project management skills in an international context and expand their professional network.
Fellow students! Are you a disciplined and persistent person seeking an opportunity to challenge your managing skills?
Expand your international network, interact with innovative companies and expand your horizons within these proejcts.
Apply as a project manager for one of the most prestigious student projects of the FHNW – explore ASEAN, Focus India, connectUS or Insight China. The deadline for the application is Friday, 11 May 2018 (12.00 CET)!
A unique opportunity to grow and progress is ahead of you!
The neXus about the Onsite Seminars 2018 is online! Cultural highlights and project team reviews are only 2 of many articles to read about
The last day in our journey started with Mr. Othmar Hardegger, Consul General of Switzerland in Vietnam, who opened the workshop by shortly explaining us the task of the Consulate General as well as trade promotion and support for investors in Vietnam.
By Daniela Duque Cardona & Raffaele d'Amato
So, we met at 08:10 am to start our company visit at Nhabe Garment Corporation. After a 30 min coach ride we arrived at the company where we have been received very warmly by Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Lan, the General Director of NBC
By Carmen Baumann
Today's first stop was was the Hung Vuong Seafood Company. Hung Vuong was established in 2003. Their named guideline is "Your satisfaction is our successfulness" and their slogan could find everywhere on posters and pictures - "Think of fish, eat panga".
By Loris Grether
In the morning we had the great opportunity to visit our Silver Partner Jakob AG. The company produces rope systems which are mainly used for architectural purposes such as enclosures for animals, safety- or protection nets as well as green façade solutions. In the afternoon we followed up on an invitation for a soccer friendly game by the Ho Chi Minh City Cadre Academy.
By Remo Bösiger
After a relaxing night and a very traditional breakfast in the hotel, the delegation could start again into a new day in Hanoi. Unfortunately, it was not possible to visit ABB at their site in Hanoi. But with the good and flexible planning of the project team, they could manage to come up with another interesting program which included the visit of the Bat Trang Ceramic Village.
By Christoph Ruch
Today, the delegation had a day off. The sunny weather encouraged all of us to go out and explore the city Hanoi. Hanoi offers beautiful places like the Hoan Kiem Lake, the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum or the Temple of Literature.
By Iris Affolter
Today a surprise event was planned. Nobody, except the project team of course knew what was scheduled until Friday evening…
By Danila Onorato
KOTO is a non-profit social enterprise that empowers at-risk and disadvantages youth in Vietnam through its holistic training program. It is guided by their philosophy “Know one- Teach one”. As soon as we arrived, the employees were all very motivated and friendly to us.
by Diana Lien
Today the delegation of exploreASEAN had the chance to visit Zühlke in Singapore and meet Michael Schnyder und Stefan Sarbach. Zühlke is an independent Solutions partner to other businesses. They are mainly offering digital, technological and engineering support for different kinds of projects.
By Irem Aylakdurmaz
The first day in Singapore, our third destination of the on-site seminar, was full packed of interesting visits. After celebrating the birthday of our accompanying lecturer Andreas Reber at midnight, the delegation came together early in the morning for an eventful day with not less than three company visits. For this occasion, the delegation dressed up in business formal for the first time since we are on the onsite seminar. Everyone was focused and very excited for another day full of interesting facts and information
By Dominik Bloch & Stefan Känel
Tuesday the 03.04.18. started off with the usual breakfast. On this day, 24 out of the 28 delegation members could join which was an improvement to the day before, where more had to stay in bed. The bus took us to “Rumah Batik Komar”, which is a batik producer. Batik Shirts is a typical Indonesian clothing, which can be worn on business occasion similar to a suit in western Europe.
By Tim van Dijke
Today we visited the “Institut Teknologi Bandung” which is the local FHNW partner university. Upon arrival, a group of Indonesian students welcomed us warmly. The traditional Swiss initial shyness was quickly outplayed by Indonesian openness during an initial session where small mixed groups of four to five students from each country discussed differences and similarities between Switzerland and Indonesia
by Lukas Reimann