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18 Sep 2020

President University, One of the Best Youngest Private Universities in Indonesia is Ranked 8th in West Java and Banten (LLDikti IV Region)

The Directorate General of Higher Education, Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia announced the clustering of Indonesian universities in 2020. From the analysis of data on 2,136 higher education institutions registered under the Ministry of Education and Culture, President University is ranked 79th as the best universities in Indonesia. At a relatively young age, President University is in the top 8 universities in West Java and Banten (LLDikti IV Region).

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17 Sep 2020

The Investment Club of Students at President University Encouraged Youth to Start Investing and Mapping Out Their Future Financial Plan

Indonesia is now experiencing an economic crisis. Responding to this situation, the investment club of President University Student wants to encourage students in President University to be more aware of the importance of planning and financial management since young by conducting a webinar with the title “Financing your Future” on Saturday, September 12th, 2020. This webinar presented Laurensius Michael from PT. Mirae Asset Sekuritas Indonesia as the speaker.

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13 Sep 2020

President University Invited Director General of Higher Education Ministry of Education and Culture to Discuss the Higher Education Policy in the Future

President University invited Prof. Ir. Nizam, M.Sc., DIC, Ph.D., Director General of Higher Education, Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia to deliver material on "Higher Education Policy in the Future" to leaders, lecturers, and educational staff at President University.

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12 Sep 2020

President University Students' Business Successfully Receives Grants from Indonesia's Ministry of Education

Apart from transportation, waste has become one of the biggest causes of pollution in Jakarta, or even Indonesia, whether it is water pollution or air pollution. Several landfills in Jakarta are even reported to be closed in the next 2 years due to their full capacity. Responding to this, three President University students namely Muhammad Haekal Nizar Bahari (Environmental Engineering 2017), Muhammad Argo Wicaksana (Management 2017), and Kevin Mulia Christian (Environmental Engineering 2017) established a business called Olahaja.

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11 Sep 2020

President University Webinar Series: Experimental Design as an Evolving Research Method for Business Studies

President University held another President University Webinar Series: Business Insights on Saturday, 5 September 2020. With the theme "Experimental Design as an Evolving Research Method for Business Studies", the seventh edition of this webinar series discussed experimental design as a research method that widely used in business studies.

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05 Sep 2020

AIESEC at President University Held "Virtual Intern Talk 2020" to Prepare Students to Build Expertise in Professional Career

AIESEC at President University held a 2020 Virtual Intern Talk event which was attended by more than 120 participants. Virtual Intern Talk 2020 with the theme "Do You Have the Right Mindset to Hired?" was held as a forum to share information about building expertise in professional careers so that they are ready to face the competition in the world of work amid the COVID-19 pandemic situation.

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05 Sep 2020

The PSTE Study Program Webinar Discussed LPDP Scholarships for Postgraduate Studies

President University Primary School Teacher Education (PSTE) Study Program held an online "Back to School: Scholarship Webinar" on Monday, 31 August 2020. The event carried out a theme "Developing Potentials through the Scholarship Program" discussed everything about the scholarship program provided by the Indonesian government, namely the Indonesian Endowment Fund for Education (LPDP) scholarship.

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04 Sep 2020

President University Welcomes New Students Batch 2020 with The New Curriculum

A total of 1517 students joined President University in 2020 and became the first batch to fully study with the new curriculum.

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