ITS Global Engagement (GE) proudly presents Let’s Study Abroad (LSA) March Edition after the success of the previous events since January. This program is collaboratively carried out by ITS university partners from all around the world for all student levels.
Recalling the purpose that was also conducted in the February edition, this program ensures ITS students have the chance to get new insights and perspectives of studying abroad from the representatives of each featured university. We invited ITS university partners from all over the world to talk about their offered international programs and afterward give short consultations for ITS students who might be interested to join their programs, whether it is online or offline programs.
LSA events in March are separated in two parts. In each part, we invited three university partners. The first part was held on 17th of March and the second part was on 25th of March.
Part one of this program is delivered by three partner universities. The partners invited are:
The event started at 19.30 WIB (GMT+7) and was opened with an opening speech from the Senior Manager of ITS Global Engagement Office on Promotion & Mobility, Octaviyanti Dwi Wahyurini, S.T., M.AppDesArt, Ph.D.
The session continued with each representative of the university partners giving presentations about their universities and their offered international programs that are available for ITS students for 20 minutes per university. Starting off from Dr. Nadzri Aziz as the Deputy Director of International Office from UniKL, then Ms. Nicolle Miller, BA, BEd, MA as the Coordinator of the International Programming and Ms. Alison as the Officer of Administration in the International Office of MUN, and finally Prof. Henrik Johnsen Vindt, Internationalization Coordinator in the Faculty Engineering of SDU. The presentations run smoothly despite the connection problems that occurred.
The second agenda was opened by the Master of Ceremony that was the Panel Discussion where ITS students could ask questions to the representatives. Both questions directly asked by the students and questions collected from the registration forms were answered by the representatives.
The last session of the event was the Breakout Room session. For students who might not be satisfied in the panel discussion session or wanted to ask more questions to a respective representative, they were given the choice to choose between three rooms opened; each room for each partner. Here, a more intimate sharing and consultation session began where students could ask specific questions to the university partner of their choice. Inside all the rooms, students were more enthusiastic to ask questions.
After 30 minutes, the breakout room session had to end. Finally, at 21.30 WIB (GMT+7) the LSA March Edition part 1 ended with awarding presentation to the university partners and group photo session. There are around 50 students of ITS who attended this event. All of them attended the program enthusiastically.
Part two of this program is also delivered by three different partner universities. The partners invited are:
The second part of this program is started at 16.00 WIB (GMT+7) with an opening speech delivered by the Senior Manager of ITS Global Engagement Office on Promotion & Mobility, Octaviyanti Dwi Wahyurini, S.T., M.AppDesArt, Ph.D.
After that, the rundown followed the previous part. We invited Ms. Hana Ting as the Student Exchange Program Coordinator in the Office of International Affairs from NSYSU, followed by Ms. Pranita Kaewkerd as the Foreign Relations Officer in the Office of International Affairs (OIA) of KMITL and finally Dr. Dagmara Bojda and Dr. Anna Opalka as the Head of the External Relations Department & International Cooperation Office in the University of Applied Sciences in Nysa, Poland.
The panel discussion began and the students excitedly asked questions to all three representatives. Not to mention that during the Breakout Room session where the students asked more detailed questions to each of the representatives regarding their universities.
The second part of LSA March Edition ended at 18.00 WIB with the awarding session.There are around 65 students of ITS who attended this event. All of them attended the program enthusiastically.
Overall, the LSA March Edition was conducted successfully, attracting 50-60 participants in each part of the events. Hopefully, ITS students could get more inspired to start their study abroad journey and have more information about their opportunities of studying abroad in ITS university partners.
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