Potential Collaborations Between RMIT University and SBM ITB

IMG_1466The first visitation from RMIT University from Melbourne, Australia to SBM ITB Bandung Campus is carried on Thursday, August 20, 2015. This initial meeting is focused on the potential collaborations between two schools in the future, especially on double degree program for bachelor and master level in Logistics and Supply Chain Management. Attended by Prof Caroline Chan as Head of School Business IT and Logistics, Eugene Sebastian as Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor, International from College of Business, Murli Thadani as International Development Director from Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor International from RMIT University, also Prof. Togar M. Simatupang as SBM Lecturer, Dr. Bambang Rudito as SBM Lecturer, and Anti Novarianti as International Relations Officer from SBM ITB. “I’m amazed by development of your institution this recent years, I hope we can collaborate in the future”, said Thadani.IMG_1466The first visitation from RMIT University from Melbourne, Australia to SBM ITB Bandung Campus is carried on Thursday, August 20, 2015. This initial meeting is focused on the potential collaborations between two schools in the future, especially on double degree program for bachelor and master level in Logistics and Supply Chain Management. Attended by Prof Caroline Chan as Head of School Business IT and Logistics, Eugene Sebastian as Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor, International from College of Business, Murli Thadani as International Development Director from Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor International from RMIT University, also Prof. Togar M. Simatupang as SBM Lecturer, Dr. Bambang Rudito as SBM Lecturer, and Anti Novarianti as International Relations Officer from SBM ITB. “I’m amazed by development of your institution this recent years, I hope we can collaborate in the future”, said Thadani.

RMIT is a global university of technology and design offering a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and vocational degrees and diplomas. School of Business IT and Logistic is one of six schools within the College of Business and recognized throughout the Asia Pacific region as a leader in the provision of education for the information systems, business IT, librarianship, and in logistics and supply chain management professions

Prof. Chan mentioned that RMIT strongest point is in Logistic and they are open to any collaboration possibility. Besides double degree program, other potential collaborations will be:

She also added, that RMIT also registered as university partner at Lembaga Pengelola Dana Pendidikan (LPDP) or Indonesia Endowment Fund for Eduaction. It means that the students who plan to study there can be funded by LPDP.

In the end of the meeting, both schools are agree to have an MOU at university level and MOA at school level for implementing the possible activities. RMIT and SBM International Office will have further discussion regarding the agreements.

Contributor: Anti Novarianti

RMIT is a global university of technology and design offering a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and vocational degrees and diplomas. School of Business IT and Logistic is one of six schools within the College of Business and recognized throughout the Asia Pacific region as a leader in the provision of education for the information systems, business IT, librarianship, and in logistics and supply chain management professions

Prof. Chan mentioned that RMIT strongest point is in Logistic and they are open to any collaboration possibility. Besides double degree program, other potential collaborations will be:

She also added, that RMIT also registered as university partner at Lembaga Pengelola Dana Pendidikan (LPDP) or Indonesia Endowment Fund for Eduaction. It means that the students who plan to study there can be funded by LPDP.

In the end of the meeting, both schools are agree to have an MOU at university level and MOA at school level for implementing the possible activities. RMIT and SBM International Office will have further discussion regarding the agreements.

Contributor: Anti Novarianti