UNI Club, UIN News Online – UIN Jakarta through the Center fot International Cooperation (CIC) held an information service (Info Session) for study at Finland University. The event was attended by lecturers, staff and alumni of UIN Jakarta who wants to continue their master and doctoral programs to the countries with the best quality education in the world.

Head of UIN Jakarta International Cooperation Service Center (PLKI), Rachmat Baihaky, said that continuing the study in Finland was a good opportunity for all UIN Jakarta academics and alumni who wished to continue their studies to a higher level. Especially Finland, one of the countries with a very good reputation in the world of education.

“This is one golden opportunity that should not be missed. Many benefits can be obtained by continuing to study there. Besides tuition free, the study period is relatively short,” said Rachmat Baihaky, in his opening remarks of the Info Session event at the UNI Club Room, Campus 1 UIN Jakarta, Thursday (9/13/2018).

Furthermore, Rachmat hopes that the academics of UIN Jakarta and alumni can immediately depart to continue their studies in Finland in 2019. “Hopefully by 2019, there will be graduates of UIN Jakarta who continue their studies in Finland,” he explained.

For information, Finland has several excellent universities in the management of education systems to management, such as the University of Tampere, the University of Eastern Finland, and the University of Turku and Abo Akademi University. Besides that Finland has a tourist destination that is not inferior to other countries, exceptional quality of life and is at the forefront of the provision of facilities.

Devi Rizal as the CEO of the Finland Indonesia Synergy explained that her party has collaborated with 20 campuses in Indonesia to provide opportunities for the nation’s children who want to continue their education.

“UIN Jakarta with thousands of students has the same opportunities to study in Finland. There are facilities such as very functional and modern buildings, laboratory, libraries to eLearning systems,” she concluded. (usa-rs)

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