UMN & IDB Bali MoU Signing (Doc. UMN)
Tangerang – UMN officially cooperates with IDB Bali, and the signing of the MoU was held on (14/10). In addition to the signing of the MoU, there was a comparative study by UMN and IBD with the rectorate.
The signing of the MoU between UMN and the Bali Institute of Design Business was attended by the UMN Rectorate, Dr. Ninok Leksono, M.A; Dr. Friska Natalia, S.Kom, M.T, as Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs; Ika Yanuarti, S.E., M.S.F, CSA, as Vice-Rector for student affairs; Prof. Dr. Muliawati G. Siswanto, M.Eng.Sc, as Vice-Rector for Relations & Cooperation; and Dr. Ir. P. M. Winarno, M.Kom as Chairman of LPPM.Â
There were also representatives from IDB Bali, namely, Dr. Ni Kadek Suryani, S.E., S.I.Kom., M.M, as the rector of IDB Bali; Komang Prasiani, S.E., M.M, as the Vice Rector of IDB Bali; Dr. Ramanda Dimas Surya Dinata, S.Sn., M.Sn, Head of IDB Bali’s Design Study Program; Andreas James Darmawan, S.Sn, M.Sn, ACP, CDM, Head of IDB Bali’s Digital Business Study Program; Sri Utami, S.Sn, M.Sn, as Head of Fashion Design Study Program.Â
The signing of this MoU was carried out so that IDB Bali can continue to develop and learn a lot as an institution from UMN. This was also stated by Dr. Ni Kadek Suryani, S.E., S.I.Kom., M.M. as the Rector of the Bali Institute of Design and Business. At the signing of the MoU, there was also a plaque from UMN.
“Seeing UMN’s growing campus and similar vision and mission, we want to learn a lot from UMN and the information we need in building a good institution,” Suryani said.
There were several discussions by IDB Bali and UMN ranging from curriculum, UMN institutional standards, internal quality assurance, international accreditation, monitoring, and auditing.
“We form a curriculum, make curriculum screening for each study program, support from study programs as well as for lecturers or students, starting from scholarships, student evaluations, and student support”, Friska said.
There was also a discussion about Artificial Intelligence and how UMN responds to this AI technology.
“As an institution, we cannot avoid technology. Our principle is not to deny it, so we can accept this technological advancement. So we integrate AI into courses, there are several classes that utilize AI and exploit AI so we can know where the limits of AI are, because we are beyond AI,” said Andrey in the discussion.Â
With this comparative study and MoU, it is hoped that UMN, Bali Institution, and Bali Design can work together and continue developing.Â
By Rachel Tiffany Tanukusuma | UMN News Service
English translation by Levina Chrestella Theodora
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