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Three Students of Universitas Indo Global Mandiri Passed PMM2 Program Selection


Senin, 15 Agustus 2022



Universitas Indo Global Mandiri (IGM) is shine again nationally.
Through the Student Exchange Program (PMM) of the II class, three Universitas IGM students successfully passed the program selection by the Directorate General of Higher Education, Research, and Technology (Ditjen Diktiristek) of the Ministry of Education and Culture which provides opportunities for students to use their study rights outside the study program and the university.
Head of Student, Alumni, and Job Affairs Bureau of Universitas Indo Global Mandiri, Dr. Fauziah Afriyani, S.Pd., M.Si said the three students are Yuniarsih (Bali), Afifa Maulidia, and Wahdaniah (in yogyakarta)
According to her, these three students are also KIP students. All accommodation costs and study periods at the intended campus are also the responsibility of the Ministry of Education and Culture (Kemendibudristek). Our students will study for 6 months, she said, Friday (12/8/2022).
Fauziah said, in the exchange, students will bring campus culture, and carry out social activities and other programs at the universities that receive them.
We also monitor the students. In addition, the person concerned is also required to make reports regularly, she said from the roeangsuara page account.
Meanwhile, students of English Education UIGM. Yuniarsih feels excited and was preparing the file to attend the PMM2 at the Ganesha University of Education in Bali.
According to her, during the registration process till the result, she did not find any obstacles. She admitted the campus is 100% supportive of her efforts. I certainly carry a good name on campus and am ready to introduce the uniqueness of the regional culture to the students of the Ganesha University of Education Bali, she concluded. (andhiko tungga alam/dzulfiqor ammar)



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