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28 Dec 2021

Freedom Learning Freedom Campus: Developing Smart Ecosystem 4.0 with Open Innovation

President University collaborated with PT Jababeka & Co. and Fablab to develop a Community Service (PKM) program with the theme Implementation of Smart Ecosystem 4.0 through Jababeka Smart Township Super-App Based on Open Innovation. Jababeka & Co. is a subsidiary of the Jababeka Group, while Fablab is an institution engaged in HR training and Industry 4.0-based business development. This activity received funding assistance from the Research Program of Freedom Learning Freedom Campus Policy and Community Service Based on Research Findings and Paripurna PTS, the Directorate General of Higher Education, Research and Technology for the budget year 2021.

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27 Dec 2021

Freedom Learning Freedom Campus: Three Ways of Implementation of MBKM in Presuniv

All lecturers, education staff, and students of President University (PresUniv) are ready to implement and participate in Freedom Learning Freedom Campus (MBKM) program. This is the presentation's conclusion regarding the survey on MBKM conducted by the PresUniv team. This survey involves three categories of respondents, namely lecturers, education staff, and students. The presentation of the survey results was delivered in an international seminar on community service, which was held in a hybrid manner on 20-23 December 2021.

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27 Dec 2021

Freedom Learning Freedom Campus: Born an Entrepreneur Through Entrepreneurial Learning Model

If Indonesia wants to become a developed country, Indonesia needs to work harder to encourage the birth of more new entrepreneurs. This effort can be realized by building an ecosystem that is more conducive to the growth of new entrepreneurs and the development of businesses. Among other things, through the ease of setting up a business, access to capital, market access, including network development and mentorship schemes.

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27 Dec 2021

Freedom Learning Freedom Campus: Meet the “Garbage Line” and “Tourism Line”at One Point

Currently, waste and the tourism industry are like two lines that move away from each other. If a city is filled with garbage, the performance of the tourism industry will be dismal. Who is a tourist who wants to come to a dirty city, lots of flies, and smells like a pile of garbage? Garbage that is not managed properly also causes flooding and even becomes a breeding ground for disease. Who are the tourists who want to come to a city that is always flooded and becomes a hotbed of disease?

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22 Dec 2021

Train the Trainers iHiLEAD: Hold Training to Drive Accelerated Transformation Kampus Merdeka Program

Indonesia has 4,670 higher education institutions in the form of universities, high schools, academies, polytechnics, to community schools. All of these higher education institutions have more than 8 million students. On the other hand, the quality of higher education graduates still needs to be improved. This is because many college graduates still find it difficult to find work and even become unemployed.

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22 Dec 2021

The Signing of the Partnership Agreement between the President Univ and the Faculty of Medicine, Unpad: Join Overcoming Inequality In The Number And Distribution Of Doctors

The Jababeka industrial area, which was built in the late 1990s, is increasingly developing into an integrated industrial area. This area has developed into an independent city inhabited by more than 1 million people, most of whom are middle-class citizens. Around this area, there are also more than 20 hospitals. So, all the supporting facilities are available. There is only something lacking, namely the unavailability of medical education institutions.

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02 Dec 2021

Felicia, Student of President Univ, Studying While Exploring Scotland

Studying at one of the world's top universities is a memorable experience. Felicia Limiardo, a student of the Information Technology Study Program, President University (PresUniv), is currently participating in a one-semester student exchange program at the University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom (UK). She succeeded in realizing this dream thanks to passing the 2021 Indonesian International Student Mobility Awards (IISMA) program organized by the Directorate General of Higher Education (Ditjen Dikti), Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology (Kemendikbud Ristek).

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01 Dec 2021

A Story From Ahda, a Student at President Univ, Who is Studying in Ireland

In June 2021, five President University (PresUniv) students passed the Indonesian International Student Mobility Awards (IISMA) 2021 program. One of them is Ahda Ayudia Hairisa, a student of the International Relations Study Program, who has started her lectures offline at the University of Limerick. IISMA, a program from the Directorate General of Higher Education (Ditjen Dikti), Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology (Kemendikbud Ristek), has brought her to a new experience, studying directly at one of the best universities in Ireland for one semester.

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