ICEP (International Cooperative Education Program Co.) considers the shortage of engineers
in the industrial sector, which poses a national threat,
as a major challenge for the sustained growth of South Korea. In order to address this issue fundamentally,
ICEP has developed the AMDC program (Asean Master's Degree Course),
which will serve as a means to resolve the shortage of engineers in the industry.
The AMDC program aims to provide a sustainable solution to the shortage of engineers by offering specialized training and education to students from ASEAN countries. By implementing this program, ICEP aims to contribute to the development of highly skilled engineers and support the continuous growth of South Korea's industries.
Curriculum Operation Support
Development of Curriculum Materials
Advisory Committee Operation
Industry Job Analysis
The participating companies are responsible for specialized practical training and intern education. They provide industry experts as instructors for job-related training when needed. They also provide educational materials, equipment, and software support when needed.
Participating universities jointly participate in the development of detailed curriculum and related to the jobs analyzed by sector. In particular, to facilitate employment in participating companies after graduation, Engineering & Technology courses (Korean Language in Engineering & Technology) I, II, III, IV are offered every semester.
To ensure the organic execution and continuous development of the tasks, AMDC Management Committee (AMC) is formed and operated with the participation of AMDC stakeholders at its core.