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Expanding Industrial Internship Opportunities, UI Visited Garuda Indonesia Corporate Communication

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As the best university in Indonesia, Universitas Indonesia (UI) explores collaboration opportunities with various partners in an effort to implement the Tri Dharma of Higher Education. In addition to working in education, research, and community service, this collaboration is also related to UI’s effort to realize the “Link and Match” paradigm between the education sector, industry, and government institutions, one of which is through a student internship program.

Therefore, on Thursday (2/5), UI’s Public Relations and Public Information Disclosure (KIP) Bureau visited Corporate Communication of PT Garuda Indonesia (Persero), Tbk. to strengthen relationships with strategic partners. The visit, led by the Head of UI Public Relations and KIP Bureau, Dra. Amelita Lusia, M.Si., CPR, was welcomed by the VP Corporate Secretary of PT Garuda Indonesia (Persero) Tbk, Mitra Piranti.

During the visit, Amelita Lusia explained what educational programs exist at UI and the opportunities for collaboration. “UI has 14 faculties, 2 graduate schools, and 1 vocational education (D3 and D4), of course there are many potentials that can be collaborated. Universitas Indonesia and Garuda Indonesia, both bearing the name of the nation, need to strengthen themselves together to collaborate in advancing Indonesia at the global level.”

Furthermore, he said, one of the programs that can be elaborated by the two partners is the student internship program. This program, which is an implementation of Merdeka Learning Campus Merdeka, facilitates students in developing knowledge and improving skills needed in the world of work. “Hopefully, with this program, students can apply theories in lectures and practice directly in the field, and be able to solve problems with critical thinking,” he said.

Meanwhile, Mitra Piranti from PT Garuda Indonesia stated that several potentials could be maximized. “Regarding the Independent Campus Internship Program, we need to map out which faculties are suitable for internships at Garuda Indonesia, so that they can be linked and matched,” Mitra said.

According to him, Garuda Indonesia is very open to various potential collaborations with UI. In addition to the internship program, there are also opportunities for student and faculty mobility programs at UI. In addition, events at UI that involve families, such as graduations, open up other opportunities for cooperation by utilizing existing publication channels.

In the future, various research and innovation programs including the implementation of Sustanaible Development Goals (SDGs) are on the agenda to be discussed further in the next meeting. “We believe that through this meeting, UI and Garuda have the same spirit in an effort to advance Indonesia,” Amelita said.

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