Joint Curriculum Workshop between Itenas and Szent Istvan University – Hungary
Collaboration between Itenas and Szent Istvan University (SZIU)-Hungary is coming into new stage. Itenas and SZIU uses exchange students program, which started on 2017, to develop more collaboration. Based on this background, Itenas is funded by Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education, Directorate Jendral Belmawa in year 2018 for developing joint curriculum with their partner universities, which is SZIU. This development is a first step for developing joint degree or double degree programs between Itenas and SZIU. The faculty of Industrial Engineering (FTI) Itenas is direct collaborator partner with Faculty of Mechanical Engineering SZIU within the student exchange program. First joint curriculum workshop between Itenas and SZIU was held at Itenas campus in November 9, and the workshop was attended by SZIU delegations Dr. Miklos Daroczi (Deputy Dean Faculty of Mechanical Engineering) and Ms. Szilvia Papp (International credit mobility coordinator – international relation office). The workshop has theme harmonizing cooperation between Itenas Bandung, Indonesia and SZIU Godollo, Hungary through joint curriculum model development: the step towards joint degree or double degree. For finalising this program, next workshop will be held in SZIU in December 2018 and two delegations from Itenas will participate at Godollo-Hungary.
“Seminar on initiation of International Collaboration: Policies and Implementations”
International office Itenas held one-day Seminar with theme initiation of International Collaboration: Policies and Implementations. Three speakers gave presentation R. Purwanto Subroto, PhD (deputy director for higher education cooperation, The Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education, Indonesia), Herman Felani, M.A. (representative of SEAMEO and UII-Yogyakarta), and Fatonah M.Pd. (representative of Erasmus+ and Head of International Relation Office Polman-Bandung). The seminar participants are from International Offices in Bandung, they are Politeknik Manufaktur Bandung (Polman), Politeknik Negeri Bandung (Polban), Galuh University (Ungal) Ciamis, Catholic Parahyangan University (Unpar), Maranatha Christian University, Telkom University (TelU), Widyatama University, and Institut Pendidikan Indonesia (IPI) Garut. The seminar discussed international activities, such as international collaboration, student mobility, transfer credit program, and summer course, also funding donor for these activities, Erasmus+ covers Europe countries and SEAMEO covers Southeast Asia countries.