Two students of Japanese Literature Study Program of Universitas Dian Nuswantoro (UDINUS) are ready to study to Japan. The two students are Annisa Sekar Savitri, a 7th semester student and Navisa Cintya Nugrahani, a 6th semester student. Both of them will continue their study at Osaka International University (OIU) for 6 months.
Annisa said that it was her dream to go to Japan. She said that she could only learn Japanese culture from books, but now, she can study and learn the culture directly from the country. After her study, Annisa said that she would share her experiences in Japan to UDINUS’ students, especially Japanese Literature students. “I want to share my experiences after I finish my study in Japan to UDINUS’ students, so they will be more motivated to study,” she said.
The Head of Japanese Literature Study Program, Tri Mulyani Wahyuningsih SS., M.Hum explained that Annisa and Navisa could study in Japan because student mobility program that included in the MoU between UDINUS and OIU. She said that students who wanted to join the student mobility program must master M3, a standard level of Japanese language.
"I hope they are able to adapt the situation in Japan where the students have a high competitive spirit and strive to be number the one in education world. Such spirit can be a lesson for them so that later on, when they have returned to Indonesia they can teach the other students the importance of having the competitiveness to become the best of the best, “said UDINUS’ Rector, Prof.Dr.Ir. Edi Noersasongko, M.Kom in UDINUS’ rectorate on Tuesday, March 20th, 2018.
In addition, The Head of UDINUS’ Public Relation, Agus Triyono, Msi said that UDINUS will continue to improve the cooperation as a form of improving the quality of education in Indonesia. "We keep increasing the cooperation with various universities inside and outside Indonesia," he concluded. (* PR / Alex; Picture by: Nining Sekar)