Encouraging Student Enthusiasm, IGOV UMY Holds Student Exchange Socialization

Yogyakarta (2/12) – the International Program of Government Affairs and Administration, Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta (IGOV UMY) has just held a socialization activity related to student exchange activities at Maejo University, Thailand on Friday (3/12) via Zoom Meetings. This activity was attended by Sakir Ridho Wijaya, S.IP., M.IP., as the director of IGOV UMY, Adibah Dhivani Gusmi, S.IP., as the International Mobility and Cooperation division at IGOV UMY, and IGOV UMY Batch 2020 students who did not do the Student Exchange Program which is a requirement for their graduation.

The program aimed to encourage 12 IGOV UMY Batch 2020 to have an experience with internationalization. At least IGOV UMY students can take part in the Student Exchange Program which is their obligation for graduation requirements. These students were directed to take part in the Student Exchange at Maejo University, Thailand, which is currently open for registration until Saturday (10/12).

“This activity aims for encouraging IGOV UMY students, especially Batch 2020, to not postpone the Student Exchange Program activities which will be burdensome at the end of the semester, for that we direct them to register at Maejo University, Thailand.” Mas Sakir said.

As the director, Mas Sakir hopes that students can prepare for the student exchange program carefully. This is because the student exchange registration is near, both physically, mentally, documentary and financially to reduce unwanted things from happening. (ARP)