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Simran Agarwal set for International summer internship in Greece!

Internships are a great way of learning the lessons taught in the classrooms through its practical applications in real life situations. In the field of management studies, almost all business management colleges organize summer internship programs for its students. Thus, as an essential part of education at Asian School of Business, students are required to undergo 2 months’ summer internship program on the successful completion of IV Semester. The interns are expected to work in a team, learn industry work model and acquire the desired personal & professional skills. The students are expected to think out of the box and to demonstrate their managerial skills & knowledge gained during classroom teaching.

At ASB, moreover, summer internships also have an international angle. Clubbed on with the need to provide international exposure to its students, Asian School of Business provides ample opportunities to its BBA & BCA students to participate in international summer internships at various countries around the globe.

As part of this academic feature, this year a total of 9 ASB BBA & BCA students have been offered international summer internships at various countries like Vietnam, Greece, Turkish Republic of North Cyprus, and Russia. One among these students is Simran Agarwal who will be interning at Greece between 6th June to 18th July 2019.

Simran Agarwal has been granted an access to Greece from 04/06/2019 till 19/07/2019 during which period she will be volunteering for the NGO “SXEDIA” as a “Global Volunteer” of AIESEC, the world’s largest youth-run organization with a mission to “expand the understanding of a nation by expanding the understanding of the individuals, changing the world one person at a time” and seeking to develop the leadership potential of young people by engaging them early-on with value-based environment that shapes their behaviors.

Her stay in Greece will be followed by all legal procedures for processing residence as the law states. Her accommodation and stay would be taken care of by AIESEC. When the project is over, she will return back to her country.