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Jakarta Post

Universities laud Nadiem's policy to ease opening of study programs

  • Apriadi Gunawan, Markus Makur and Defri Sofyan

    The Jakarta Post

Medan/East Manggarai/Gorontalo/Jakarta   /   Tue, January 28, 2020   /  07:46 am
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Education and Culture Minister Nadiem Makarim (Instagram/@Kemendikbud.RI)

    Universities across the country will have greater authority to open new study programs following the issuance of a policy called Kampus Merdeka (Freedom Campus) by Education and Culture Minister Nadiem Makarim. Several universities and experts have expressed their positive view of the reform, calling it a progressive move. Speaking at a policy coordination meeting on Friday, Nadiem said that all state and private universities with minimum B-level accreditation and have signed a cooperation agreement with top global universities would have greater autonomy in creating new programs, with the exception of programs in education and health studies. The cooperation must be organized with universities that are included in the QS Top 100 World Universities list and would cover the making of a curriculum, internship programs and work placement for students. “...