Grab signs MoU with Thammasat University in Upskilling Young Generation for Digital Work Life
Worachat Luxkanalode, Executive Director of Grab Thailand, and Prof. Dr. Ruth Banomyong, Dean of Thammasat Business School, Thammasat University signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) of Academic Collaboration to upskill business knowledge and practice for the university students, providing them an opportunity to build on essential business management skills, problem-based learning, and real-world business scenarios through the experience with Grab Thailand. The collaboration is also a part of the GrabCampus project that aims to empower the business potentials of the young generation and prepare them for the real work experience in digital business through initiatives such as GrabSpark – a business case competition for university students to leverage their technology and business skills in developing new strategies to drive business and create positive impacts for the society and GrabIntern – an early career opportunity for university students to sharpen their skills, knowledge, and digital business experiences with Grab executives. The MoU ceremony was held at Thammasat Business School, Thammasat University recently.
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