In order to introduce BINUS-ASO School of Engineering (BASE) to prospective students, an information session about the new program was held at the Joseph Wibowo Center. This information session was a partnership between BINUS UNIVERSITY and ASO College, Japan.
The information session was held for approximately two hours and was attended by eleven families of students coming from different senior high schools in Jakarta. This session was the second following a similar event held in early May at the Anggrek campus.
Representatives of BINUS UNIVERSITY’s Faculty of Engineering were in attendance, such as the Dean of the faculty, Ms Ho Hwi Chie, the Head of Automotive and Robotics Engineering Department, Mr Sofyan Tan; and the Head of BINUS UNIVERSITY’s Industrial Engineering department, Ms. Ketut Gita Ayu.
In this second information session, the parents seemed really enthusiastic about getting information on the engineering programs. Due to its broad career opportunities as well as higher incentives and facilities compared to other programs, the engineering program has been a favorite of high school graduates.
“Most parents would want their children to graduate from a reliable engineering program. For that reason, parents often choose universities that have good relationships with industry. One prominent industry that has had a good relationship with our engineering program is the Japanese industry. Most parents I met said that they wanted their children to have access to work in Japanese companies. This is where BASE meets parents’ expectations. In BASE, we have a broad industrial network and an updated curriculum that is linked and matched with the industry,” said Indra Erwin, Head of Marketing at BINUS INTERNATIONAL (RAW)
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