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A Total of 26 UI Vocational Students are Ready to Study at World’s Top Campuses Through the IISMAVO 2022 Program

A total of 26 students of the Vocational Education Program, Universitas Indonesia (UI) successfully awarded for the program Indonesian International Mobility Awards for Vocational Students (IISMAVO) 2022. The IISMAVO 2022 program is a program organized by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology of the Republic of Indonesia as part of the Merdeka Belajar Kampus Merdeka (MBKM) program.

The Director of the UI Vocational Education Program, Padang Wicaksono, S.E., Ph.D, said, “I hope that later students who have gained new knowledge from these campuses can share their experiences and apply them in industrial practice in the country. In addition, this program will also be the start for us to continue to create quality vocational graduates that are in line with industry needs, not only on a national scale, but also on a global scale. Thank you also to all the education and student teams at Vocational UI who have accompanied the students, starting from the registration process, selection, to the announcements.”

The IISMAVO program aims to facilitate vocational students to get closer to the world of international industry. The experience of studying abroad can provide a broader understanding in dealing with global issues. The following are the names of UI Vocational students who are awarded the IISMAVO 2022 program:

  1. Shiddiq Rahman – Hospital Administration Study Program (National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan);
  2. Nisa Cahya Widianvika – Hospital Administration Study Program (Cranfield University, UK);
  3. Amanda Amalia Putri – Financial and Banking Administration Study Program (Coventry University, UK);
  4. Raysha Titania Ananto – Financial and Banking Administration Study Program (South Metropolitan Tafe, Australia);
  5. Sulthan Rafi – Financial and Banking Administration Study Program (La Trobe University, Australia);
  6. Dhia Ayu Puteri Pagarra – Financial and Banking Administration Study Program (University of Strathclyde, England);
  7. Rebecca Hardriana – Creative Advertising Study Program (Arts University Bournemouth, UK);
  8. Shafana Alin Zahirah – Creative Advertising Study Program (La Trobe University, Australia);
  9. Siti Kaysya Azzahra – Creative Advertising Study Program (La Trobe University, Australia);
  10. Cintaku Hening Telaga Wibowo – Tourism Study Program (University of Strathclyde, England);
  11. Vanessa Leandra Ishak – Tourism Study Program (Coventry University, UK);
  12. Saskia Dyra Eka Pratiwi – Tax Administration Study Program (City of Glasgow College, England);
  13. Aliscya Saimona Putri – Tax Administration Study Program (Coventry University, England);
  14. Cut Monica Salsabila – Office Administration Study Program (University of Nottingham, England);
  15. Putri Amanda Amelia – Office Administration Study Program (University of Pécs, Hungary);
  16. Talitha Alisya – Multimedia Broadcasting Study Program (Arts University Bournemouth, UK);
  17. Bagas Dinullah Alfaiz – Multimedia Broadcasting Study Program (Edith Cowan University, Australia);
  18. Talitha Raniah Salsabilla – Multimedia Broadcasting Study Program (The University of Notre Dame, Australia);
  19. Rizky Fadillah Akbar – Insurance and Actuarial Administration Study Program (Coventry University, England);
  20. Daniel Christyan Dantjie – Insurance and Actuarial Administration Study Program (City of Glasgow College, UK);
  21. Aqni Septiana Sutanto – Insurance and Actuarial Administration Study Program (Hanbat National University, South Korea);
  22. Sabilla Ari Muzariah – Records and Archives Management Study Program (University of Portsmouth; UK);
  23. Anindya Sekar Ayu Kinanti – Records and Archives Management Study Program (Curtin University, Australia);
  24. Taqiyah Muhtarisah – Accounting Study Program (Edith Cowan University, Australia);
  25. Taufiq Hidayat – Accounting Study Program (Coventry University, UK); and
  26. Ramiza Nawalanang Ardjanggi – Accounting Study Program (International University of Applied Sciences, Germany).

This international outbound mobility program which is held for one semester abroad will focus on direct-oriented learning with the industry. Activities carried out include full-time internships, a combination of internships and classes, as well as full sit-ins in class with industry-based learning.

“Through IISMAVO as the first vocational overseas program in Indonesia, this opportunity is also the first experience for us to send the best students at UI Vocational Studies abroad. I give my highest appreciation to students who have worked hard to go through various stages to get the scholarship program at world-renowned campuses,” said Padang.

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