Published: 08 Oct 2021

The Management Study Program of President University (PresUniv) and Dhyana Pura University (Undhira) conducted a Lecturer Internship Program from Tuesday (28/9) to Friday (8/10) offline and online. In this program, two Undhira lecturers, namely Putu Chris Susanto, BA, MBA and Dr. Christimulia Purnama Trimurti, SE., SH., MM. become an intern lecturers at PresUniv. The coordinators of this program are Ni Put Dyah Krismawintari, SE., MM., Head of Undhira Management Study Program, and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dra Genoveva, M.M., Head of the PresUniv Management Study Program.

Undhira chose PresUniv as the destination University because PresUniv is one of Undhira's university partners who has been accredited "A" BAN-PT with the S1 Management Study Program also accredited A. The Lecturer Internship Program for the Undergraduate Management Study Program at Dhyana Pura University is part of the Program Kompetisi Kampus Merdeka (PKKM) in 2021, more specifically, Lecturer Capacity Building through Off-Campus Professional Experience. This program has three specific objectives. The first is to broaden the insight of internship lecturers regarding the implementation and execution of the Tri Dharma (teaching, research, and community service). Second, providing internship lecturers with experience to get to know university management firsthand and implementing collaboration with partners at the destination university. Third, providing opportunities for intern lecturers to network with lecturers from the destination university.

Several Bureaus at PresUniv were also involved in this program, such as the Bureau of Student Affairs, Partnerships, Internship and Carrier Center (ICC), Lembaga Riset dan Pengabdian Masyarakat (LRPM), to the Direktorat Penjaminan Mutu Internal (DPMI). Genoveva said that the internship lecturers from Undhira will teach the Integrated Survival Experience course, one of the mandatory courses at PresUniv, to support the MBKM program. She said, "We offer several alternatives, and they were interested in this course because it is not available in Undhira, they said." Through this program, Genoveva hopes that the two universities can learn from each other. "Hopefully, we can exchange knowledge, collaborate in the field of research and community service, and learn about the excellences of each university," she concluded. (Silvia Betrice, PR team. Photo: Faculty of Business PresUniv)