An international achievement has been achieved by an ITS Geophysical Engineering student, Thoharinnisa Pambayun, who has passed the selection to become a participant in the International Engineers in Action 2022 program. This student of 2019 batch was involved with students of NTUST (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology) to learn about engineering applications in real world.
The Engineers in Action program is the result of a collaboration between ITS and NTUST Taiwan, which provides opportunities for ITS students to learn and apply engineering to solve real problems in society, with abroad students from NTUST. The main topic of this program is community development in Surabaya using the PBL (Project Based Learning) method.
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ITS Geophysical Engineering received a visit from the Geothermal Directorate, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, on Wednesday, 27