It is well known that a study abroad experience is highly beneficial for students in terms of acquiring new experiences, new skills and overall intercultural understanding. Not to mention that study abroad programs as internationalization program, give way to the universities to enhance their quality. The aim of the SHARE “What Works” Conference which was held in Phnom Penh, Cambodia from 30 to 31 May 2018 was aimed to support the exchange of good practice on credit recognition of student mobility. The conference is structured around plenary sessions and practical workshops that will provide participants with insights into core issues. The Deputy Director of International Program Services, Dr. Sintho Wahyuning Ardie attended the meeting as the form of IPB participation in international effort to build students’ competence and skill. She was also sharing IPB’s experience in securing long-term international partnership during the meeting.
Therefore, we hope that the discussion between university leaders in the conference will generate suitable policy, successful innovation and good practices that can be implemented within the ASEAN region as well as in Europe.