One of the best Private Universities in Lampung, Indonesian Technocrat University
continue to make breakthroughs to improve the quality and capacity of lecturers and students by collaborating with a number of well-known universities in Indonesia. Previously, the Technocrat University collaborated with several UGM faculties. This time, the Indonesian Technocrat University made a Cooperation Agreement with the State University of Jakarta (UNJ), on Wednesday (11/3/2020) in Jakarta. Cooperation with the Faculty of Sports Science UNJ in order to increase the capacity of lecturers and students in the field of sports.
The Delegation of the Indonesian Technocrat University led by Deputy Chancellor I Dr. H. Mahathir Muhammad, SE, MM, accompanied by a number of technocrats, including Vice Chancellor IV Achmad Yudi Wahyudin, S.Pd., M.Pd, Dean of FSIP Akhyar Rido, MA, Ph.D, Vice Rector I FTIK Agus Mulyanto, Vice Dean III FSIP Rizki Yuliandra, MPd.
Mahathir Muhammad’s visit with a delegation from the Technocrat University was received at the Faculty of Sports Science, UNJ Campus B by the Vice Chancellor for Cooperation, Prof. Dr. Toto Bintoro, M.Pd, Deputy Dean I for Academic Affairs, Dr. Taufik Rihatno, Deputy Dean for Student Affairs and Alumni, Drs. Mustara Musa, M.Pd, Head of the Master of Sports Education Study Program Dr. Ramdan Pelana, M.Or and the management and lecturers at the Faculty of Sports Science, UNJ.
Mahathir Muhammad feels happy and proud of the Indonesian Technocrat University group
was openly accepted by the ranks of UNJ. Meanwhile, UNJ’s Deputy Chancellor for Cooperation, Prof. Dr. Toto Bintoro, M.Pd, welcomed the delegation from the Indonesian Technocrat University. He hopes that the collaboration between UNJ and the Technocrat University will soon be implemented. Meanwhile, the Dean of the Indonesian Technocrat University FSIP Akhyar Rido, Ph.D, explained that the signing of the cooperation r agreement between the Indonesian Technocrat University FSIP and the UNJ Sports Science Faculty included a further preparation program for doctoral studies (S3).
Then research collaboration in the collaborative research scheme between universities. Improving the quality of sports science and efficiency journals. Strengthening competency-based test programs for coaches, referees, athletes and student activities. (W9)