What's happening in PresUniv

12 Jan 2018

Entrepreneurial University and Three Point of Views

Cikarang, Indonesia—On the previous edition we have discussed on the amount of graduates who built start-up business, which is mostly used as one of the indicators whether a higher education institution deserve to be called Entrepreneurial University. Is it the right indicator for a higher education institutions to call itself Entrepreneurial University?

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12 Jan 2018

PresUniv Ready to Prepare Future Leaders of Papua New Guinea

Cikarang, Indonesia—Education and the development of a nation is inseparable. A nation will develop if the educated human resources become the axis. This is the basis of the cooperation undertaken by President University (PresUniv) and Central Provincial Government, Papua New Guinea.

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08 Jan 2018

Entrepreneur University: What is the measurement?

Cikarang, Indonesia—Many higher education institutions in Indonesia claims their institutions as Entrepreneur University. However, if being asked what are the indicators towards the claims, the answer is still vague. One of the most popular indicators used is using the total amount of university graduates that becomes an enterpreneur. But, how many?

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22 Dec 2017

President University Opens Closer Ties with Afghanistan

Cikarang, Indonesia—President University (PresUniv) held a general lecture themed “Afgshanistan Update and Beyond” that was held in B Building, President University (20/12). Dr. Arief Rachman, M.D (Indonesian Ambassador to Afghanistan), Dr. Jony Oktavian Haryanto, S.E., M.M., M.A (Rector President University), Handa S. Abidin, S.H., LL.M., Ph.D (Vice Rector for Communications and Partnerships), and approximately 100 students and lecturers were coming to the event.

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20 Dec 2017

President University To Build Its New Canteen

Cikarang, Indonesia—President University (PresUniv) marked the construction of its newest canteen by symbolically embedding a pile foundation on the PresUniv campus on Wednesday (20/12). Attending the event was the Chairman of Yayasan Pendidikan President University (YPUP) Prof. Dr. Ir. Budi Susilo Soepandji, DEA, Rector PresUniv Jony Oktavian Haryanto, vice rectors, board or chairs of YPUP, as well as a number of lecturers and staffs.

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18 Dec 2017

15 Students of President University Won Scholarships from PT China Harbour Indonesia

Cikarang, Indonesia—15 students of President University (PresUniv) awarded China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) scholarships delivered by its sub company, PT China Harbour Indonesia (CHI). The awarding ceremony took place in Charles Himawan Auditorium, President University (15/12). Awardees granted money of the total 100 million rupiah. The first category winner granted 20 million rupiah, two persons in the second category granted 10 million rupiah each, and 12 other participants in the third category granted 5 million rupiah. The scholarship is a part of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) from PT China Harbour. The students were selected by their academic and non-academic achievements.

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15 Dec 2017

Disruptive Innovation: Changing Threat Become Opportunity

"Wow... oh,... hiii." That is the response of some President University’s students and lecturers from Business Administration Studi Programme and Faculty of Engineering when taking guest lecture themed Disruption: Threat or Opportunity at auditorium Wisma Subiyanto, head office of PT Pembangunan Perumahan (PP) Tbk., TB Simatupang street, Jakarta. The guest lecture was delivered by Hadjar Seti Adji, Senior Vice President Strategic Planning, Research & Engineering PT PP Tbk., on Thursday (14/12).

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06 Dec 2017

International Students of President University Attends Focus Group Discussion by Ministry of Foreign Affair Indonesia

Jakarta, Indonesia—President University (PresUniv) was represented by 13 international students from 12 countries in a Focus Group Discussion (FGD) themed “Preparing for a World Indonesianists Congress: Role of Generation Z” held in Hotel Borobudur, Jakarta (4/12). This event was organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affair Republic of Indonesia, aimed to provide forum for future an Indonesianist and to channel their attention and interests about Indonesia. According to Dr. Max R. Lane, a writer and lecturer on Indonesian politics, history and literature and Southeast Asian affairs, Indonesianists are the people who dedicated him/herself academically in Indonesia.

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