Students USIM Follow Sandwich Program in FSH

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FSH Building, UIN NEWS Online– Six students from the Faculty of Syariah and Law University of Sains & Islam Malaysia (USIM) following the lecture program insertion (sandwich course) at the Faculty of Sharia and Law (FSH) UIN Jakarta. Entirely followed the program of lectures during the semester 2015/2016.

Data Subag Academic FSH noted, sixth USIM students will follow a number of courses that have not been in university they get. Among them, Islamic Studies, Fiqh Munakahat, Fiqh Muamalat, Qawaid Fiqhiyyah, Contemporary Family Law, Jurisprudence Mawaris, and Jurisprudence Siyasah.

In addition, they are also welcome to follow a number of elective courses. Among them, Falak Sciences, Islamic Courts, Civil Law of Islam in Indonesia, History of Economic Thought of Islam, and Fundamentals of Islamic Economics.

During the handover of the student inserts, Dr Muhammad Aunurrochim Mas’ad Bin Saleh, USIM representative revealed, it pointed FSH UIN Jakarta as the target insertion program based on the consideration of academic quality offered. “We believe, FSH UIN Jakarta has the academic climate in the form of qualified faculty and curriculum for the teaching activities of students,” he explained.

In response, Dean Dr Asep Saepudin Jahar MA appreciate the trust given USIM make FSH UIN Jakarta as a destination course insert. He hoped that the lectures can be attended by students USIM. “Good luck with continuing your studies here,” he said.

Furthermore, Asep said the sandwich program activities is one of the study programs that are also targeted to be realized by FSH. Related to this, FSH UIN Jakarta will also send a number of students who are interested in following a similar program to the USIM.

Such a program, he added, is part of the efforts of UIN Jakarta to become a World Class University. “The endeavor we realized through student exchange programs to various universities outside so that our students have the academic knowledge worldwide,” he said. (Translated by Ihsan/Safee)