UPNVJ Releases International KKN Students to Kuala Lumpur


Public Relations UPNVJ - Directly, the Chancellor of UPN Veteran Jakarta (UPNVJ) sent off 4 student participants from the International Real Work Lecture (KKN) to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with the aim of community service and fulfilling the Main Performance Indicators (IKU).

"International KKN is part of the student learning process to be actively involved in various international activities in a society with diverse cultural dynamics. "International KKN activities fulfill the UPNVJ IKU, including IKU 2 (Students Gain Experience Outside Campus), IKU 3 (Lecturers Doing Activities Outside Campus), IKU 6 (Study Program in Collaboration with World Class Partners) and IKU 8 (International Standard Study Program)" said Dr. Drs. Anter Venus, UPNVJ Chancellor, before sending off KKN students, in the UPNVJ Rectorate Lobby, on Monday (27/11/23).

Venus also said that this year, UPNVJ was the first year in sending students to study in Kuala Lumpur.

"UPNVJ sent 4 students to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to carry out KKN activities in the study studio managed by the Kuala Lumpur Indonesian School. "This year is the first and next year, UPNVJ has collaborated with several universities in Malaysia, Singapore, Timor Leste and with the Indonesian Embassy in Thailand," he added.

Andriani Atmawardini, one of the International KKN participants representing students from the Faculty of Engineering, said that he was very interested and interested in taking part in International KKN, which was his first experience to find out about problems that exist in other countries.

"I am interested because it is my first experience in International KKN and after I read about the introduction of this program where every country definitely has problems, so I want to know how other countries face problems and solutions to solve these problems," said Andriani

He also said that before we leave, we also find out and make a list of the problems faced there, so that when we arrive we already know what we have to do and focus on solving existing problems.

Venus also said that this activity was an opportunity for students to collaborate on work programs and implement culture in communities in other countries.

The four students will be sent to Kuala Lumpur where they will go to the Kuala Lumpur Indonesian School where all students from various countries gather to study.

"I hope that students can participate actively in analyzing and solving problems faced by people abroad, including applying soft skills in communicating and interacting in different environments," concluded Venus.

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