President University Prepares Three Pillars Facing the Industrial Era 4.0

By : Ahmad Fadli Dan Aldo Bella Putra | Wednesday, September 05 2018 - 01:30 IWST

Chairman Jababeka Group SD Darmono dalam diskusi bertajuk The Future of Global Higher Education di Jakarta, Selasa (4/8/2018)
Chairman Jababeka Group SD Darmono dalam diskusi bertajuk The Future of Global Higher Education di Jakarta, Selasa (4/8/2018)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Indonesia is entering a new era called Industrial revolution 4.0. Making Roadmap Making Indonesia 4.0 or the era of digitizing almost all sectors, including the education sector, therefore the University is expected to be able to create superior and competent human resources.

This was also said by Jababeka Group Chairman SD Darmono in a discussion entitled 'The Future of Global Higher Education' in Jakarta, Tuesday (04/08/2018) said that in facing the industrial revolution all four universities must prepare the skills needed by the industry with the dynamic change fast.

"There are three pillars of education built by President University to deal with the 4.0 industrial era, namely the development of biotechnology and medical science research, culture-based education, and the use of information technology (IT) in learning to students," said the founder of President University, SD Darmono

He continued, various ways to deal with this fourth industrial era, one of which was through collaboration with Glasglow University in developing research. The University is one of the four oldest educational institutions in Scotland and is known as an institution with the most prominent research in the world.

"We are happy to work with world-class universities. At least in the future for our research, we will benchmark it at the University of Glasgow, "he said.

He added, President University wants to produce human resources who not only excel academically, but also are superior and competitive because of the strength of character.

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