Every year, the Master’s in Project Management (MPM) program organizes a field trip for its students, providing them with a unique opportunity to study applied courses at the Asian Institute of Technology’s (AIT) campus and participate in site visits in Bangkok. This experience is invaluable, offering students a firsthand look at the practical application of project management principles in real-world settings.

During the field trip, students have the privilege of learning from internationally experienced faculty members at AIT. These faculty members bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the table, offering insights that are not only academically rigorous but also highly practical. This interaction with experts in the field allows students to deepen their understanding of project management concepts and gain a broader perspective on the challenges and opportunities in the field.

One of the highlights of the field trip is the opportunity for students to engage with outstanding project managers who are leading in international organizations. These project managers share their experiences, insights, and best practices with the students, providing them with valuable lessons that cannot be found in textbooks. The firsthand accounts of these professionals help students connect theory with practice, making their learning experience more meaningful and relevant.

The site visits in Bangkok are another key component of the field trip. These visits allow students to see project management principles in action in various industries and contexts. Whether it’s visiting a construction site, a manufacturing facility, or a technology company, students get to witness how project management is implemented in different environments and gain a deeper appreciation for its importance in achieving organizational goals.

Overall, the field trip organized by the MPM program is a transformative experience for students. It not only enhances their academic learning but also broadens their horizons and prepares them for successful careers in project management. By exposing students to real-world applications of project management principles and allowing them to learn from industry experts, the field trip equips students with the knowledge, skills, and confidence needed to excel in the field of project management.

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