The Faculty Conduct Orientation and Release of Credit Transfer Students to AIKOL IIUM and Youngsan University

Faculty of Law Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII) held an orientation and release of students to be dispatched to Malaysia and South Korea, on Tuesday (27/08). A total of 10 students will join the Credit Transfer program to Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Law International Islamic University Malaysia (AIKOL IIUM) dan Youngsan University. They will conduct lectures for one semester, with five students will be dispatched to IIUM and the others five to Youngsan University, Bussan, South Korea.

The event was held in five sessions, starting at 09:00 until 15:00 WIB. The event was facilitated by Dodik Setiawan Nur Heriyanto, S.H., M.H., LL.M., Ph.D., as the Secretary of International Program Study Faculty of Law UII. Nevertheless, students who will depart are not only from international programs. There were consisted of six international program students and six regular students of Faculty of Law.
At the event, the Vice Dean of Student Affairs, Dr., Drs. Muntoha SH., M.Ag., gave an advise as well as dispatched the students. Muntoha advised the students to keep the good name of the UII almamater. “Protect the good name of our alma mater”, he said. According to Muntoha, in addition to studying, students also have the duty to maintain good cooperation that has been established between UII with IIUM and Youngsan University. “In order for the continuation of cooperation between UII and Youngsan University (and IIUM) to be maintained”.

The first session was filled by Dr. Budi Agus Riswandi SH., M.Hum., who filled the General Orientation material. During the session Budi Agus, who was also the Head of Undergraduate Study Program of Faculty of Law UII, gave an introduction to overseas experience and environment. According to him, students must optimize their goals in joining this program, which is to study. However, he also stressed that students are free to hang out and play, as long as considered the values ​​taught at UII. “The important thing is to be happy, not to be carried hard,” he said. According to him, studying abroad is not only a different location, but the most important thing is that the culture and rules are also different. So, he advised that students be very good at adjusting.

The fifth session was quite interesting, when Dodik Setiawan facilitated the students to have a talk with Prof. Jihyun Park from Youngsan University. The teleconference was carried out through Skype social media. Prof. Jihyun Park welcomed and greeted the students who were going to study at Youngsan University and IIUM.

The students are planned to depart on Thursday, (29/08), from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Cengkareng. Faculty leaders will take the students directly to Jakarta”, said Dodik Setiawan. After that, students who go to IIUM will be delivered to Malaysia, while students who go to Youngsan University will be picked up by Youngsan when they arrive in South Korea.

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