Enrichment Program (ERP)

Enrichment Program (ERP)

Empowering Student Capacity

Enrichment program (ERP) is a program designed to supplement the existing academic curriculum and provide extended learning opportunities to develop student capacity including hard skill and the related skills. The program will also enhance the connection between lecturers and students to support the future young initiatives.

EPR Testimonial

CHHOUN Sophanon (AW)

“In the Enrichment Program (ERP), I’ve learned a great deal of the ecosystem and the development of IOS App, and the user experience of macOS. Lecturer was very attentive on what the students need. He analyzed the problem ahead. The course certainly blew my expectation. Lecturer always provided good material to learn and practice. So, after this course, I would like to build a chat app that is distributed in App Store.”​

CHEK Cheychamroeunsen (AW)

“In the Enrichment Program (ERP), I’ve learned a great deal of the ecosystem and the development of IOS App, and the user experience of macOS. Lecturer was very attentive on what the students need. He analyzed the problem ahead. The course certainly blew my expectation. Lecturer always provided good material to learn and practice. So, after this course, I would like to build a chat app that is distributed in App Store.”​

SARI Puthiponareay (AI)

“Even though the class is hard, yet learning new programming language is my hobby. After joining the class, I clearly understand what is swift code and iOS development in a short period. As an alumni of ERP student, I want to help the others, also willing to improve more on my app development skills and utilize this skill to make more friendly AI.”​

BORN pheakdey (AI)

“I have never imagine being where I am right now, yet I am so thankful for this unforgettable opportunity. Taking Enrichment Program at TUX Global INSTITUTE, I am able to unlock my full potential and learn many new things from the program. Commitment is the thing I’ve always keep in my mind and also learning is not an easy thing.”​

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