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04 Dec 2020

How to Master Business on Instagram

Instagram is currently one of the most popular social media for people looking for references for the products they want to buy. Moreover, Instagram has interesting features. Unfortunately, there are still many business actors who do not fully understand how to do business on Instagram. This condition made President University (PresUniv) hold a webinar with the speaker Andy Gondowijoyo, owner of @info_surabaya, Saturday (28/11). Andy explained the material "Level Up Your Business Through Instagram". Andy has been doing business through Instagram since 2013.

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03 Dec 2020

Career Opportunities for Environmental Engineering Study Program

The industrial sector should not focus on business only, but also pay attention to other aspects such as safety and health. This notion was conveyed by Diana Anizar, EHS & Compliance Manager of PT Mattel Indonesia, in an e-Studium General entitled "Career and Leadership: Environmental, Health & Safety Improvements through Employee Engagement Programs". The webinar held by the Environmental Engineering Student Association (PUMA), President University, on Tuesday (12/1) aims to introduce career opportunities in the field of Environmental Engineering.

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03 Dec 2020

International Relations Study Program Student Made Achievements from Three National-Level Speech Competition

Rey Abraham, a student from International Relations Study Program batch 2018 has just brought home achievements from several national-level debate competitions. Rey managed to win the second position or the 1st Runner Up in the 2020 Lampung Overland Varsity English Competition and other two competitions.

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02 Dec 2020

Rendy-Aldo (Again) Accomplishes National and International Level Achievements

Reynaldo Arya (Law Study Program batch 2018) and Rendy Utomo (International Relations Study Program batch 2015) accomplished back prestigious achievements at the national and international debate events held on Saturday (28/11) to Sunday (29/11). At the international level, they managed to enter the elimination round in the Open category at the 2020 Amsterdam Open and be the first debate team from Indonesia to make it to that round.

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01 Dec 2020

Use Technology to Prevent Health Workers from Becoming Covid-19 Victims

The number of victims of the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia continues to increase. Not only ordinary people, health workers (health workers), such as doctors and nurses, are also victims. Can technology reduce the Covid-19 pandemic and reduce the number of casualties, especially among health workers? This material is discussed in the Quo Vadis Covid-19 Pandemic webinar: Technology vs Public Concern”, Friday (27/11).

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30 Nov 2020

Accounting Study Program Receives Accreditation A

After going through an online assessment process on Wednesday-Thursday, 11-12 November 2020, the Accounting Study Program, President University, finally received accreditation A from the National Accreditation Board for Higher Education (BAN-PT)

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29 Nov 2020

Ali Sobirin Shares Experiences in Handling Civil Disputes

In Indonesia, civil cases are among the most common. Why? Because civil law regulates the rights and interests of individuals. Meanwhile, humans are social creatures who need interaction with each other. Due to differences in interests, these interactions often lead to disputes. Efforts to resolve the dispute are regulated in the Civil Procedure Code. Remembered a large number of civil cases, crucial for law students to master the procedures for handling civil cases.

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28 Nov 2020

President University Prepares The Human Resource for The Industry 4.0 Era

The Industry 4.0 era forces all sectors to adjust to the increasingly sophisticated technological developments. Several technologies that developed in this era such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), robotics, smart machines, Augmented Reality (AR), and others, made the digital world and the physical world more integrated. “For education, there is not any problem in terms of technology. The problem is in the human resources, their skills must be continuously upgraded and their knowledge must be up-to-date," said Prof. Dr. Jony Oktavian Haryanto, Rector of President University in the Building the Industry 4.0 webinar, Thursday (26/11).

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