Cikarang, Indonesia — President University participated in “The 3rd Nigeria-Indonesia Business Forum” that was held in President Executive Club, Cikarang (9/5). Government officers and businessmen from Nigeria attended the event, along with the Board of Directors from Jababeka Group. This event aimed to strengthen economic cooperation between Nigeria and Indonesia.
In this prestigious event, President University presented itself as an international-standard higher education institution with the most foreign students in Indonesia. The participants were enthusiastic to know more about education in Indonesia and were interested in the opportunity to send students from Nigeria to study in President University.
Dr. Manzo Daniel Maigari, Commissioner of Ministry of Commerce, Industry, and Toursim of Nigeria, realized that Indonesia has big potentials and stated that if the cooperation between the two countries runs well, there would be more than 200 students from Nigeria who will come to study in President University only in three years of time.
“Hopefully through this occasion, we are able to establish partnerships with Nigeria going forward and have a lot more students and maybe faculty members from Nigeria in President University which will be in line with our spirit of internationalization and having a global presence in the world,” said Hanif Widyanto, Director for International Partnerships.
President University will provide better information to help Nigerians understand better about the potential of Indonesia and President University. (SL)