Yogyakarta (16/12) – Monitoring and Evaluation activities are mandatory so that all activities and activities continue to run according to what was just done by the International Program of Government Affairs and Administration, Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta (IGOV UMY) to carry out monitoring and evaluation of international students currently studying at IGOV UMY.
At this time IGOV UMY has 4 international students with 2 exchange students from Maejo University, Thailand, and 2 full-time students from Africa. This is shown to be able to help Indonesian students to practice courage and hone their English skills. In addition, they can exchange ideas and culture from their respective countries
The monitoring and evaluation activity was held on Thursday (15/12) at IGOV’s Office. In this activity, international students shared their complaints and input so that IGOV UMY could correct existing deficiencies. This time the Monitoring and Evaluation were directly led by Sakir Ridho Wijaya, S.IP., M.IP., as the director of IGOV UMY.
Apart from conveying the grievances experienced by international students, in this activity, Mas Sakir also provided motivation and reminded them of their goals of studying at IGOV UMY “You have to remember your goal is why study at IGOV UMY, don’t waste the opportunities that already exist considering the cost issued is also not small, said Mas Sakir.
It is hoped that after monitoring and evaluation they can recharge their enthusiasm and continue to stay on the track where when they return they can make changes on an individual and national scale. (ARP)