Students of FEB of UMY Join a Student Exchange Program at USIM

Six students of Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB) of Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta (UMY) join a student exchange program for one semester at Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM). Indeed, they can transfer their credits during the program to UMY.

Dean of FEB of UMY Dr. Rizal Yaya, M.Sc., Ak. CA stated that the student exchange was an annual program conducted by the faculty to enhance students’ capability and soft skills since in working world demands people to possess both hard and soft skills. “Another objective of the programs is to enable students to have international experiences which will benefit them after graduating,” he declared when delivering a remark on pre-departure ceremony on Friday (13/10) at meeting hall of FEB.

Meanwhile, Director of International Program of Management and Business (IMaBs) Dr. Indah Fatmawati asserted, “Leverage this occasion to see the world outside Indonesia. However, you have to remember one thing that you may not leave Indonesian attitudes such as being kind, being polite, being able to mingle to everyone,” she told the students.

In addition, the six students performing the program are Hikma Wahyuli (Department of Accounting), Pradayaningrum (Department of Accounting), Farah Adiba (Department of Management), Wahyu Saputra (Department of Management), Adinda A. Rosyadha (Department of Economics), and Adra Sari (Department of Economics). Farah Adiba told that she has prepared for joining a student exchange program since she was at senior high school. “I failed to join a student exchange when I was senior high school. Then, I aspired to participate in a student exchange in higher education so that I always learn and prepare myself because I am aware that the dream cannot be achieved instantly,” expressed Farah, a Management student of batch 2015.

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