International Consortium

International Consortium

Gaining knowledge and confidence in facing globalization is an existing challenge for every university all over the world. It is university’s responsibility to provide wide opportunity for mobility of staffs and students, in which they will meet new people from different parts of the world, understand diversity and multicultural nature of future engineering roles, exchange ideas, and enhance skills and competency. One of the successful strategy is by participating in international consortium. ITS’ participation in consortium aims to increase the networking and opportunities in research and academic collaboration. Here are the list of international consortium participated by ITS.


Mobility-based Consortium:

  1. Interweave Erasmus Mundus  (2012 – 2017)
  2. IMPAKT Erasmus Mundus (2013 – 2018)
  3. ACNET-EngTech (ASEAN-China Network for Cooperation and Exchanges among Engineering and Technology Universities)
  4. JWGEA (Joint Workshop for Global Engineers in Asia)
  5. GTI (Global Technology Initiative)
  6. KU+EPI (Kumamoto University and Eastern Part of Indonesia Universities)
  7. UMAP (University Mobility in Asia and the Pacific)
  8. AIMS (ASEAN International Mobility for Students)
  9. ATU-Net (Asia Technological University Network)
  10. FICEM (French Indonesian Consortium in Engineering and Management)
  11. Belt and Road Architectural University International Consortium (BRAUIC)
  12. Global Education for European Engineers and Entrepreneurs (GE4)
  13. Indonesia Blue Energy for Blue Economy Centre (I-BEC)


Research-based Consortium:

  1. ASEA-UNINET (The ASEAN European Academic University Network)
  2. AIC (Australia Indonesia Centre)
  3. COMSATS (Commission on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in the South)
  4. IMRC (Indonesia – Malaysia Research Consortium)
  5. SATU (Southeast and South Asia and Taiwan Universities) Presidents’ Forum


Consortium involving both Research and Mobility:

  1. AUN/SEED-Net (ASEAN University Network/Southeast Asia Engineering Education Development Network)
  2. WAEJUC (Western Australia–East Java Universities Consortium)
  3. Smart Ocean


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