PRODUCING JOB CREATORS AS UNISMA COMMITMENT

Moving to the 2021/2022 odd semester, Unisma is intensifying cooperation with the business world and industry. This collaboration aims to improve students’ skills in the work market. This is in line with the lecture system which is not only on campus but also off-campus.

This is also one of the new curricula at Unisma, as one of the implementations of the Independent  Campus-Independent Learning curriculum launched by the government. Unisma rector, Prof. Dr. Maskuri Msi, said that the corridor of this curriculum is research and development. This curriculum should be followed up with further actions including writing books and journals, as well as partnerships for the business with the industrial world.

“In reality, we hire practitioners who are engaged in the business sector. Students are guided by direct practitioners. We also have lecturers who own companies,” he explained.

Currently, the inventory is carried out by each faculty namely collecting any business world according to the interests of the students. Furthermore, Unisma will massively carry out an MoU with the actors in the industrial world. Then, Mou will be immediately followed up by the study program.

“This curriculum does not limit each study program to how many businesses there are. But the campus is still sorting out which ones have credibility and students in practice have to get their hands on imagination. Later, “if you graduate, you can develop innovations for work,” he said.

Unisma has also implemented eight schemes of Independent Campus-Independent Learning. These schemes include internship/industrial practice programs, village projects, student exchanges, research, entrepreneurship, independent projects, humanitarian projects, and teaching practice in schools.

Moving to the 2021/2022 odd semester, Unisma is intensifying cooperation with the business world and industry. This collaboration aims to improve students’ skills in the work market. This is in line with the lecture system which is not only on campus but also off-campus.

This is also one of the new curricula at Unisma, as one of the implementations of the Independent  Campus-Independent Learning curriculum launched by the government. Unisma rector, Prof. Dr. Maskuri Msi, said that the corridor of this curriculum is research and development. This curriculum should be followed up with further actions including writing books and journals, as well as partnerships for the business with the industrial world.

“In reality, we hire practitioners who are engaged in the business sector. Students are guided by direct practitioners. We also have lecturers who own companies,” he explained.

Currently, the inventory is carried out by each faculty namely collecting any business world according to the interests of the students. Furthermore, Unisma will massively carry out an MoU with the actors in the industrial world. Then, Mou will be immediately followed up by the study program.

“This curriculum does not limit each study program to how many businesses there are. But the campus is still sorting out which ones have credibility and students in practice have to get their hands on imagination. Later, “if you graduate, you can develop innovations for work,” he said.

Unisma has also implemented eight schemes of Independent Campus-Independent Learning. These schemes include internship/industrial practice programs, village projects, student exchanges, research, entrepreneurship, independent projects, humanitarian projects, and teaching practice in schools.

Moving to the 2021/2022 odd semester, Unisma is intensifying cooperation with the business world and industry. This collaboration aims to improve students’ skills in the work market. This is in line with the lecture system which is not only on campus but also off-campus.

This is also one of the new curricula at Unisma, as one of the implementations of the Independent  Campus-Independent Learning curriculum launched by the government. Unisma rector, Prof. Dr. Maskuri Msi, said that the corridor of this curriculum is research and development. This curriculum should be followed up with further actions including writing books and journals, as well as partnerships for the business with the industrial world.

“In reality, we hire practitioners who are engaged in the business sector. Students are guided by direct practitioners. We also have lecturers who own companies,” he explained.

Currently, the inventory is carried out by each faculty namely collecting any business world according to the interests of the students. Furthermore, Unisma will massively carry out an MoU with the actors in the industrial world. Then, Mou will be immediately followed up by the study program.

“This curriculum does not limit each study program to how many businesses there are. But the campus is still sorting out which ones have credibility and students in practice have to get their hands on imagination. Later, “if you graduate, you can develop innovations for work,” he said.

Unisma has also implemented eight schemes of Independent Campus-Independent Learning. These schemes include internship/industrial practice programs, village projects, student exchanges, research, entrepreneurship, independent projects, humanitarian projects, and teaching practice in schools.

Moving to the 2021/2022 odd semester, Unisma is intensifying cooperation with the business world and industry. This collaboration aims to improve students’ skills in the work market. This is in line with the lecture system which is not only on campus but also off-campus.

This is also one of the new curricula at Unisma, as one of the implementations of the Independent  Campus-Independent Learning curriculum launched by the government. Unisma rector, Prof. Dr. Maskuri Msi, said that the corridor of this curriculum is research and development. This curriculum should be followed up with further actions including writing books and journals, as well as partnerships for the business with the industrial world.

“In reality, we hire practitioners who are engaged in the business sector. Students are guided by direct practitioners. We also have lecturers who own companies,” he explained.

Currently, the inventory is carried out by each faculty namely collecting any business world according to the interests of the students. Furthermore, Unisma will massively carry out an MoU with the actors in the industrial world. Then, Mou will be immediately followed up by the study program.

“This curriculum does not limit each study program to how many businesses there are. But the campus is still sorting out which ones have credibility and students in practice have to get their hands on imagination. Later, “if you graduate, you can develop innovations for work,” he said.

Unisma has also implemented eight schemes of Independent Campus-Independent Learning. These schemes include internship/industrial practice programs, village projects, student exchanges, research, entrepreneurship, independent projects, humanitarian projects, and teaching practice in schools.