Bandung-Universitas Widyatama conducts graduation and release of 13 students from Cambodia collaboration between Widyatama University and National Polytechnic Institute of Cambodia (NPIC) by Rector of Widyatama University, Dr. Islahuzzaman, SE., M.Si., Ak., CA with accompanied by the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Dr. Oktri M. Firdaus, ST.MT.
The event was also attended by Cambodian Ambassador to Indonesia H.E Hor Nam Bora accompanied by First Secretary of Embassy Chhith Hy as well as Deputy Director for Program of SEAMEO SEAMOLEC, lecturers of subjects in Widyatama Engineering Program and Board of Foundation of Widyatama University.
The 13 students are from NPIC from Computer Science study program and finished their study in S1 Informatics Engineering, Faculty of Engineering Widyatama University.
Rector of Widyatama University, Dr. Islahuzzaman explained that the cooperation between the two institutions takes 3 + 1 pattern, meaning that 3 years is held in the country of origin and 1 year in the partner country.
"This cooperation is applied 3 plus 1, which is 3 years of course in the country of origin and 1 year in the partner country," he told reporters in Bandung, Saturday (09/09/2017)
After the mapping curriculum to equate equality between the two institutions, then in the year 2016 implemented this student exchange program.
"Widyatama University sent 9 students to the Cambodian NPIC and received 13 students, who graduated today," he said.
Islahuzzaman said that for the Academic Year 2017/2018, there will be 10 students from Cambodia coming from two institutions namely NPIC and Industrial Technical Institute (ITI).
"This international student exchange is one manifestation of Widyatama's commitment in running the strategic plan of Widyatama University 2017-2018," he said.
Meanwhile, one of the students from Cambodia IM Senghout convey the impression and message during the lecture at Widyatama University.
According to him, during the lectures at the university is very pleasant and do not forget to thank for the opportunity and the cost of living aid they received during the course in Widyatama.
"It's great to study in Indonesia, I thank you very much for all the help and this experience will not be forgotten," he concluded. (MAT)