Partnerships for better higher education
President of Rajawali Foundation and senior advisor for the Center for Public Policy Transformation (Transformasi)
PREMIUM Last December, Vice President Jusuf Kalla announced the government’s plan to relax restrictions on the activities of foreign universities in Indonesia. Although no further details have been provided, the idea that foreigners could offer university courses in Indonesia provoked an immediate, negative reaction from some Indonesian academics. Almost every day a new article has warned of the ...
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