President University Foundation (YPUP) received the Bekasi Regency Government’s (Pemkab) recognition for its successful involvement in the practices regarding Corporate Social and Environmental Responsibility in 2020. Bekasi Regency Government itself is really supporting any CSR activities held by institutions whether educational or industrial because other than to advance the COVID-19 recovery, CSR will also contribute to the development of Bekasi Regency. – The award was handed over directly by the Regent of Bekasi Regency, Eka Supria Atmaja, to the Vice Rector of Resources, President University (PresUniv), Sandy Darmowinoto, B.Sc. (Hons), M.IT., in the “Sinergitas dan Koordinasi TJSLP/Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)” event at the Holiday Inn Hotel, Jababeka, Thursday (12/17). – “We are certainly very touched and proud of the award given by the Bekasi Regency Government. In the future, YPUP together with academics from PresUniv, will continue to carry out CSR programs on an ongoing basis so that the benefits can be felt by the people in Bekasi Regency,” said Sandy. – Furthermore, the CSR award were given to all kind of institutions in Bekasi that has successfully held a CSR through the year of 2020 and PresUniv is one of the three educational institutions that received the award. — source: president.ac.id
Teachers in Bahasa Indonesia called Guru are the other person besides our parents who give us knowledge and life lessons. Starting from kindergarten until senior high school, the amount of time shared moments, and interactions that we through or have been through together with them are so priceless. Sometimes, a good teacher might act too harsh and emotional when teaching us, but bear in mind, they do it because of a good reason which is to shape and to build our talent as well as our ability so that it can be useful for our future. Since online learning regulations are held from March until now, students and teachers barely cannot meet and interact directly. Not only students but teachers also find it difficult to make sure their students understanding, have bonded, and interact with them casually. And today is a special day for us to appreciate their work and dedication that they had through for months. Therefore, to bring their spirit up and to show that we love them, we have made some inspirational quotes for you as a present for this National Teachers’ day. – INSPIRATIONAL TEACHERS’ DAY QUOTES IN ENGLISH “Your heart is slightly bigger than the average human heart, but that’s because you’re a teacher.” – Aaron Becall “The influence of a good teacher can never be erased.” “Teachers have three loves: love of learning, love of learners, and the love of bringing the first two loves together.” – Scott Hayden “A teacher affects eternity: he […]
Online Learning has been our education culture in these past few months. Many schools especially those in the villages have to face obstacles and challenges such as unstable and unavailability internet connection, lack of internet/digital devices, lack of facilities to support online learning, lack of knowledge on using digital devices, and many more. Yet, those are some of the Indonesia Government’s homework to improve our education system when the online study progresses during the pandemic. – In response to this situation, President University holds a webinar-themed “Indonesia Education Challenge: Building Character in Social Distancing and Online Learning.” on Friday (09/10) via Zoom meeting platform. “Hopefully, this webinar could help our generation to have a good character for the future of our country,” said Mr. S. D. Darmono, The Founder of President University Foundation as he remarkably opened the webinar. – The first presenter was Adamas Belva, CEO of Ruang Guru. He is an alumna of SMA Presiden batch I who had to succeed in creating as well as building the best online learning platform in Indonesia currently. Apart from Indonesia, Ruang Guru also has been introduced and successfully ran in many Southeast Asia countries such as Vietnam and Thailand. – In this opportunity, he presents three main points of what they have done to support Indonesia’s education during the pandemic. First, Ruang Guru had provided free online classes across Indonesia as it can help students and learners to adapt to the online learning system and increase their study motivation. Second, […]
This pandemic has affected our economy so badly. Based on Badan Pusat Statistik (BPS), Indonesia’s economy sector development in the second phase is decreased by 5.32 percent. But, this problem can be recover as Indonesia has managed to develop the economy digital and innovative technology into the next level. One of the ways is to grow the ecosystem needed such as the availability of the infrastructure for the digital economy era as well as on the economy digital technical guidance for the millennials/young generation. – As the development of Indonesian Silicon Valley gotten rise, President University in collaboration with FIABCI Indonesia holds a webinar named President University and FIABCI Indonesia Joint Webinar Series themed “Do we need an Indonesian Silicon Valley?” on Wednesday (12/8) via Zoom meeting platform and Youtube streaming. It was opened remarkably by The Chairperson of President University Foundation, Prof. Dr. Ir. Budi Susilo Soepandji and The President of FIABCI Indonesia, Budiarsa Sastrawinata. – The first panelist, Sandiaga S. Uno, emphasizes three ingredients for us as our foundation to reach our dream of Silicon Valley in Indonesia. The first is growing a very strong entrepreneurial culture of innovation, risk-taking, as well as being proactive. The second is applying a collaborative ecosystem of industries, universities, innovators, and fund providers. The last one is becoming a melting pot of global and local talent diversity. – Later, Dr. Ing Ilham Akbar Habibie, The Chief Executive of National ICT Council added that one of the key successes of Silicon Valley is […]
Cikarang, 14 August 2019. President University Foundation held the opening ceremony of Mitra Sehat Clinic on 14 August, 2019. The opening of the clinic located at Jl. Antilop Raya, Ruko Sunter Niaga Mas Blok F3 No 21 Jababeka, Cikarang Pusat, was attended by the Chairperson of President University Foundation and its staffs, the Rector of President University, the staffs of President School, and the staffs of PT. Bima Adikarya Persada.
In relation to the A-Accreditation which was achieved on December 2018, President University held a celebration event as a form of gratitude for the achievement. The event which was held in Menara Batavia, Jakarta (23/1) attended by Head of LLDikti, Prof. Dr. Uman Suherman, Founder of President University and Chairman Jababeka Group, Dr. S.D. Darmono, Chairman of President University Foundation, Prof. Budi Susilo Soepandji, Rector of President University, Dr. Jony O. Haryanto, International Chancellor of President University, Prof. Scott Younger, and many other distinguished guests.
Wednesday (11/1), President University Foundation (YPUP) held a Christmas celebration 2018 with a theme “Menghadirkan Hikmat Kristus di Tengah Kemajemukan” which was held in Charles Himawan Auditorium, President University, Cikarang. The event was attended by approximately 400 lecturers, staffs, and students from President University and President Schools.
Happy Chinese New Year – Wishing you good health and good fortune for the new year.
President University Foundation (YPUP) Memorandum of Understanding with Universal Octagon Pte. Ltd and SkillsSG Venture Pte. Ltd.
President University Foundation (YPUP) signed a memorandum of understanding with two Singaporean companies, Universal Octagon Pte. Ltd and SkillsSG Venture Pte. Ltd. The memorandum of understanding was signed by Prof. Budi Susilo Soepandji (Chairman of YPUP), Melvin Yo (Director of Octagon Universal) and Anderson Tan (Director of SkillsSG Ventures) at President Lounge, Menara Batavia, Jakarta (12/11).
JAKARTA, September 4, 2018 – University of Glasgow, UK, has made another visit to Indonesia, represented by Prof. Frank Coton as the Vice Principal, who spoke on “The Future of Universities in Facing the Industry 4.0” held at President Lounge, Menara Batavia.