Social Responsibility is an integral part of MSME’s mission. We strongly believe in preparing our students to be sensitive and conscious of social issues and develop a sense of sharing and caring for the communities, society and country at large. We encourage our students and faculty to engage in Social Responsibility projects initiated in cooperation with business organizations, NGOs and local communities. Such projects are incorporated in both the curriculum and co-curriculum activities.
The AU Charity Delivery Club is an ongoing social project conducted by the students of Management major and faculty members of MSME. The project is a part of the Seminar in Management course with the aim to make students aware of social issues and encourage them to take responsibility. In addition, it also teaches students to apply the management skills to practice in the real life.
The Sufficiency Economy Project engages business economic students to work closely with the villagers to develop products of their labor for market. These villagers embrace the sufficiency economy idea in their life style.
In April 2017, the AU E-Waste Project was officially launched with the aim of instilling an awareness of environmental issues in modern society through the donation of discarded electronic devices.
The Project is an environmental protection project which involves packages and cartons waste recycling to produce corrugated roofing sheets, used in building temporary homes and shelters for victims affected by natural disasters.
The International Charity Street Fair is a social project initiated by the Students and Faculty members of the Department of International Business Management in cooperation with Pankan Shop, Yuvabadhana Foundation.
“Ob Oon Project” is another example of MSME’s commitment to social responsibility. The project was initiated by the Management major students and faculty members of MSME. The project is part of the Seminar in Management course.