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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OFFICE

2018

NUSA PUTRA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY

SUKABUMI - INDONESIA

www.nusaputra.ac.id


“Welcome To Nusa Putra College�

STT Nusa Putra is one of the highest educational institutions in the region of West Java Indonesia. Since its establishment in 2007, STT Nusa Putra is committed to develop the knowledge in the field of technology and design, these are represented by various Study Programs, which are diligently put most efforts to enhance their ability in developing STT Nusa Putra and Indonesia in their own expertise. In the era of globalization, to achieve world-class university it is necessary to increase interaction and cooperation, both domestically and abroad. We are more than ready to explore further the new international movement of borderless world, where people are free to move from one country to another with insignificant limitations especially those of ASEAN citizen. We therefore are committed to enhance and accelerate the mobility within ASEAN and beyond Asia including to the European and the American continents, to involve in mutual benefit of academic, research and social engagement activities. Based on our experience, we are ready to be part of a Darmasiswa program to promote education of the nation in the region sukabumi particular. I hope this proposal can provide an overview of the programs that we have and be well received.

Best Regards,

Dr. Kurniawan, ST, M.Si, MM Head Of STT Nusa Putra

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Content I. Discover Our City and College - Our Wonderfull City - Our College - Our International Office II. The Program Offered - Study Indonesia Program (SIP)

> Sundanesse Art, dance, music, batik, and culture.

> BIPA (Indonesian For Native Speaker) > International Class

- Abroad Internship Program (AIP) III. Foreign Students Facilities - College Facilities - Accommodation Facilities

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Our Wonderfull City The Sukabumi Regency is spread out in the southern part of West Java province, it is also one of the widest regency areas in West Java. Sukabumi means “The earth who gives a pleasure.� The area is popular for its beautiful nature, cool climate and friendly inhabitants. With its location, you are not only having a beautiful place to live in, but also a central position to visit other famous places and cities. You can see the turtle beach, a big amount of different mountains, paradisiacal beaches to swim in, surf on and dive into. The other cities as Jakarta or Bandung are easly reachable by car or by train.

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Our College Nusa Putra aims to become a gathering place for learning and discussion between generations, a birthplace of great leaders who are empathetic, creative in finding new ideas, innovative in life and consistent with lofty ideals to maintain the moral perfection. Building a robust generation is not easy, and that is why Nusa Putra keep fixing the existing deficiencies, improving learning models, lecturers and facilities for more comfort. Nusa Putra students are invited to collaborate in the world of academic networks and professional organizations to help them build a successful career after graduation. Several universities and students have an international cooperation with Nusa Putra College in order to help students absorb new knowledge about professional networks between countries. Students from Russia, Australia, Canada, England, Netherland, Italia, Hungary, Spain, Slovakia, France, Romania, Finland, Poland, Lithuania, Germany, Portugal and Scotland, have studied and internships in Nusa Putra College.

Study Program Informatics Engineering Information System Engineering Civil Engineering Visual Communications Design Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering

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International Relations Office (IRO) International Office of Nusa Putra College was established in January 2014 as a Division to assist international students and scholars with their requirements as foreigners in Indonesia. The primary goal of International office is to help make the life of our international students and scholars easier and more comfortable, so that they can concentrate well on their academic activities throughout the duration of their stay in Indonesia. International Office also aims to transform Nusa Putra College into a world class university through international programs that will improve the quality and competitiveness of the college both nationally and internationally.

Meet Our Team

Anggy Pradiftha J S.Pd, M.T IRO Director

Ria Dewi Sugara,S.Pd,M.Pd

Ahmad Husen, SE

Abroad Internship Program Manager

M. Ikhsan Thorir IRO Staff

Study Indonesia Program Manager

M. Anton Pratama Students Coordinator

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Study Indonesia Program (SIP) Overview International students studying in Sukabumi, West Java takes part in the SIP (Study Indonesia Program) conducted in English. The aim of this program is to give you a complete understanding of Indonesia and on a larger scale, Southeast Asia. This program is perfect for someone who plans to live and study in West Java region or just wants to learn more about it. During 6 months, the student will learn about different aspect of Indonesia (history, culture, politics, philosophy, language, arts, etc.) and Southeast Asia (economy, business, etc.). This is your perfect chance to discover a new culture and get ready for the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) free trade market. We are already Running this program from 2014 for the scheme 6 Month Duration ( Term I : September - February and Term II : March - August). For the next years ( 2017 ) we will provide this program for the scheme 1 Year duration. Study Subject

1. Sundanese art, dance, music, batik and culture. 2. BIPA (Bahasa Indonesia Penutur Asing) for grade A1,A2,B1,B2,C1,C2 3. International Class* • Economy and Business of Indonesia. • The Indonesian History, Ethnology, Culture and Social Exchange. • Indonesian Politics and the Governments Of South-East Asia. • Philosophy Of Indonesia and Civic Education. (* depend on students interest)

Objectives The goal of SIP program is to increase the student’s knowledge of Indonesia and Asia in an international and stimulating environment. The student who participates in the program are able to combine academics with a multitude of exotic free time activities and unforgettable experiences that benefit their future.

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1 Sundanese Art, Dance, Music, Batik, and Culture Study Course Sundanese culture is known for its culture that upholds manners. Therefore students will learn to make traditional cloth, practical traditional dance, play traditional music instrument, sundanesse martial art, and visit oldest sundanese culture village.

A. Making Traditional Cloth (Batik Sukabumi)

B. Practical Traditional Dance (Sundanese dance)

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C. Play traditional music instrument (Angklung & Gamelan)

D. Sundanese Martial Art (Pencak Silat)

E. Visit Oldest Sundanese cultureVillage ( Sinaresmi/ Ciptagelar)

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2 BIPA (Indonesian for Non-Native Speaker) Indonesian for non-native speakers program (BIPA-program) is designed to train participants to use standard Indonesian language in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Through this program, the participants will not only be able to develop their language skills in both the classroom and on the street but also learn first-hand about Indonesian society and culture. The program offers an easy and flexible way of learning Bahasa Indonesia. Students will be involved in various tasks of self-directed learning with computer-assisted materials actively communicate in both written and spoken Bahasa Indonesia. BIPA Nusa Putra provides three levels of study with individual curriculum and goals.

BIPA Purposes To enhance knowledge, skills, and experiences and develop international friendship. To provide training of national and foreign languages. To be informed of the Indonesian language and cultures. To widen networks with other institutions both at the national and international levels. To supplement language study with Indonesian cultural practices. To increase self-confidence. Indonesia is a big and economy. Take the Indonesian language to your advantage and impress future business partners.

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BIPA Program Possibility

BIPA 1 (A1,A2)

BIPA 2 (B1,B2)

BIPA 3 (C1,C2)

This level aims to give basic competence to use Bahasa Indonesia both formal and informal. Cultural awareness also be given to enhance the communication skills. Bahasa Indonesia in various contexts. You will surely earn basic competence in using Bahasa Indonesia at the end of this level.

At this level, participants learn to employ different styles of spoken and written Bahasa Indonesia, as well as to study Indonesia’s state, administrative, and citizenship systems. You will achieve this competence through discussion, oral presentation, and descriptive writing. You will be introduced to a variety of important language functions, including commands, offers, refusals, and invitations.

At this level, participants learn to participate in discussion, write essay in Indonesian, and study topics related to Indonesian society and culture (e.g. history, religion, tradition, etc).

Course Length and Meetings

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3 International Class International class is General Stadium class for all STT Nusa Putra Students. Foriegn student can participate to join the class by choose the subject by interest. The subject consist of : 1). Economy and business of Indonesia. 2). Indonesian history, etnology, culture and social exchange. 3). Indonesian politics and the government of southeast asia 4).Philosophy of Indonesia and civic education.

Economy and Business of Indonesia Course Description The course covers macro and micro economic issues in South-East Asia and Indonesia in particularly relevant for students and business people to gain better understanding of local business practices. The discussion focuses on the business environment in Indonesia and how different business entities growing in this environment. Objectives

Lecture topics

Until the end of the course, the students are expected to have a basic understanding of Indonesian economic, business environment and practices. The specific objectives of the course are as follows: 1. To understand the economic and business environment of Indonesia 2. To comprehend the business practices in Indonesia 3. To understand the main economic resources of Indonesia 4. To identify the main issues of Indonesian Economy and Business 5. To identify the Indonesian economic potential and constraints 6. To understand the banking and investment system in Indonesia 7. To understand the role of culture in business

1. Introduction to Indonesian Economy 2. Indonesian Business Environment 3. Economic Development in Indonesia 4. Culture in Business 5. Banking System in Indonesia 6. Indonesian Economic Policy 7. Indonesian Economic Resources 8. Middle Semester Exam 9. Human Resources Development and Labor Relations 10. Investment in Indonesia 11. Role of International Funding in Indonesian Economy 12. Marketing of Indonesian Products 13. Indonesian Export and Import 14. Indonesian Market 15. Indonesian Gross Domestic Product 16. Final Exam

References 1. Booth, A. and P. McCawley, Indonesian Economy During Soeharto Era, Gramedia, Jakarta. 1990. 2. Bulletin of Indonesian Studies, (Vol. 1 to now) Canberra : Indonesian Project, Asian Pacific Audit, the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia. 3.Papanek, G.F., Indonesian Economy, Jakarta, Gramedia. 1987. 4. Rao, B., East Asian Economies :The Miracle, A Crisis and The Future. McGraw Hill, Singapore.2001.

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The Indonesian History, Ethnology, Culture and Social Exchange Course Description The course provides a basic understanding of Indonesian history, ethnology, culture and traditions. The course covers Indonesian geography as Islamic Country, prehistory and cultural contacts between Indonesia, India, Islamic Countries and Europe. Sundanese culture and tradition is included in addition. The main topics discussed in the course are outlined below. This course examines the culture that exists in Indonesia. Study of Indonesian culture begins with an understanding of the concepts of culture, historical development of Indonesian culture and what are the characteristics of it. The understanding of Indonesian culture can expand the horizons of students. During the course they can see Indonesia as multi-ethnic, multi-culture and multi-religious nation. Social exchange examines fundamental the cultural phenomenon as a system and its tendency constantly changing according to the accumulation of human needs. Culture as a comprehensive form which involves the relationship of the various forms of value, activities and materials with elements of universal culture, where almost all the human activity and productivity is oriented towards the system of cultural values derived from religious values, philosophy, customs, science, and art.

Lecture topics 1. Discuss syllabus, Course Introduction to Indonesian Culture, Culture understanding according to various experts 2. Forms of culture, 7 Elements of universal culture 3. Penetration of Culture: Diffusion, Assimilation, Acculturation 4. The influence of Hindu-Buddhist Culture In Indonesia 5. The influence of Islam in Indonesian Culture 6. Western influence in Indonesian Culture 7. Culture of Java 8. Middle Semester Exam 9. Culture of Bugis 10. Culture of Papua 11. Sundanese culture 12. Culture of Borneo (Dayak) 13. Culture of Ambon 14. Culture of Aceh 15. Culture of Bali 16. Final Exam

Objectives The improvement of student’s knowledge about Indonesian history, ethnology, cultural and social exchange in general in particular in West Java. References 1. Bakker, J.W.M. (1984). Philosophy of Culture. London: No publisher 2. Banks, A. James. (1981). Multiethnic Education Theory and Practice. Allyn and Bacon, Inc.: Boston. 3. Berry, John.B, et al. (ed). (1999). Cross-Cultural Psychology: Research and Applications. (translated by Edi Suhardono). Jakarta: PT Gramedia. 4. Bosch, F.D.K. (1974). Problem Spreading Hindu culture in Indonesia. Jakarta: Bhratara

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Indonesian Politics and the Governments of South-East Asia Course Description

Lecture topics

The course is based on the slides presented during classes as well as the map of South-East Asia. Core material for Indonesian politics and the governments in South-East Asia, concerning the development of the realities of politics and the governments in South-East Asia, whether in the form of thought leaders and prime politics and government of each country in South-East Asia.

1. Introduction Indonesian politics and government 2. Politics and Government of the Republic of Indonesia (Case Study: Legislative and Presidential Elections 2014) 3. Introduction to the Clear Political around Indonesia and Indonesia’s role in ASEAN (Case Study: Indonesia’s resolutions in international conflict) 4. Politics and Government of the Philippines (Case Study: Separatism Bangsamoro) 5. Politics and the State Government of Malaysia (Case Study: Management of the Opposition) and the State of Brunei Darussalam (Case Study: Oil and Gas Management) 6. Politics and the State Government of Singapore (Case Study: Authoritarian Government & Economic Development State) 7. Politics and the State Government of Thailand (Case Study: Sustaining Monarchy in South East Asia) and the State of Myanmar (Case Study: Discrimination Minority Issues). 8. Middle Semester Exam 9. Politics and the State Administration of Vietnam (Case Study: Communism and Economic Development) and the State of Cambodia (Case Study: Democracy labile) 10. Politics and the State Government of Laos (Case Study: Poor Countries in Developing countries) and Timor Leste (Case Study: Dilemma New Country) 11. Politics and the Indonesia-Malaysia Relations (Case Study: Border Conflict, and Political TKI Oil) 12. Politics and Relations between Indonesia and the Philippines (Case Study: Spratly Island) 13. Politics and Relations between Indonesia and Singapore (Case Study: Smoke and Corruption) 14. Cooperation between the ASEAN countries (case study: AFTA and the ASEAN Economic Community) 15. Cooperation between ASEAN countries with Other Regional Area (Case Study: Cooperation with China in ACFTA) 16. Final Exam

References References or learning materials may include books, journals, reports, articles reffering to politics and government in the countries of Southeast Asia and the interaction between these countries. - History of South-east Asia, D.G.E. Hall. - South-East Asia: An Introductory History Illustrated, Milton Osborne. - South-East Asian Build: The Development and Assess ment Regarding contrast, Donald W. Pryer. - International Relations in South-east Asia, Bambang Cipto. - ASEAN Cooperation: Background, Developments and Future. Syamsumar DAM & Riswandi. - Asian Countries and People, Volume 3, Dep. Education and Culture Writing Team.

Objectives 1. Knowledge of Indonesian Politics and South-East Asian governments. 2. Being able to explain the politic issues and the government of the countries in South-East Asia. 3. Being able to compare the development of inter-state politics and the government in South-East Asia.

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Philosophy Of Indonesia and Civic Education Course Description Students are given materials about policy, law and state administration, human rights, clear political system, Government, democratic culture, geopolitical and geo-strategic. Objectives Until the end of the course, the students are expected to understand the basic of Pancasila and Civic Education. The specific objectives of the course are as follows: • Motivate to improve the law and human right aplication. • Motivate to follow democratic system of government, making it clear authoritative. • Support the creation of academic culture. • Maintain inter-religious harmony and able to work in the midst of a pluralistic Indonesian society.

Lecture topics

References • Tim Nasional Dosen Pendidikan Kewarganegaraan, Pendidikan Kewarga negaraan : Paradigma Terbaru untuk Mahasiswa, Alfabeta, Bandung, 2010. • Ubaidillah dan Abdul Razaq, Pancasila, Demokrasi, HAM dan Masyarakat Madani, Prenada Media Group, Jakarta, 2012. • Affan Gaffar, Politik Indonesia : Transisi Menuju Demokrasi, Pustaka Pelajar Offset, Yogjakarta, 2000. • Kaelan, Pendidikan Kewarganegaraan Untuk Mahasiswa, Pustaka Pelajar, 2011.

1. Discuss syllabus, Course Introduction to Philosophy of Indonesia and civic education. 2. Pancasila as the basic and philosophy of Indonesia 3. Bhineka Tunggal Ika (Unity in Diversity) 4. National Identity 5. Political and National strategy 6. Regional Autonomy 7. The Clear Democratic and Politic System of Government 8. Middle Semester Exam 9. Election System 10. Democracy Culture 11. Civil Society 12. Law System 13. Human Rights Enforcement 14. Geopolitical 15. Geo-strategic 16. Final Exam

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Abroad Internship Program (AIP)

We offer a meaningful and challenging way for university students, gap breakers and graduates to gain professional development, specialized in Indonesia and immerse yourself in this beautiful and friendly country! You will not only gain valuable work experience, but you will also have a chance to understand the Asian culture and learn the local language. Our internship in Indonesia is aimed to university students and graduates with the appropriate skills, experience from a variety of sectors. We offer a wide variety of work in public relation, marketing and administration. What You Can Expect • Practical international work experience in your field of interest. • A reference from your employer upon com pletion of your internship. • An opportunity to broaden your perspective and worldview. • An opportunity to learn and participate in local cultural activities (e.g.: sports, music, cooking). • Memorable travel experiences with the chance to see the exotic sites in Indonesia • The possibility to make lifelong friends from around the globe. • A valuable work experience that strengthens your resume, exhibiting your diligence, inde pendence and intercultural experiences. • A great way to develop and support your self-confidence and interpersonal skills.

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Foreign Students Facilities College Facilities

Main Building - Representative 6th Floor Building ( 2 others building finished on 2017) - Classroom with AC, LED, and CCTV - Library - Laboratory - Hall - Sport Playground - Free Hotspot WIFI - Elevator - American Standar Toilet. Developing Building

Accommodation Facilities Detail Accommodation Foreign students stay at headmaster house, lecturer residence, and guest house with the facilities : - Private Bedroom ( 1 Room 1 Person) - Share Bathroom (American Standard Toilet) - Share Kitchen. - Free Hotspot WIFI - 15 minute from Accomodation to College with local transportation.

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Things To See in Sukabumi (Tourism)

Jampang geopark Landscape

Citarik river Rafting

Pelabuhan Ratu Beach Ujung Genteng Turtle Beach

Sawer Waterfall Swiming

Buni Ayu Cave Journey

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Cikaso Waterfall, Surade-Sukabumi

Surfing at Sawarna Beach, Bayah-Sukabumi

Gunung Padang Megalitic Site, Cianjur-Sukabumi

Situ Gunung Lake, Kadudampit-Sukabumi

Hiking Gede Mountain National Park,

Rock Natural Hotspring, Cisolok-Sukabumi

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Previous Foreign Students

Kyle Harrison (England) University Of Sheffield

Reka Stefan (Hungary) Etovos lorand (ELTE)

Tira Lucy Risnandar (Australia) South Wales University

Anna-Zsofia C (Hungary) Budapesti gazdasagi

Kamila Bruczynska (Poland) Adam Mickiewicz University

Matthew McAuliffe (England)

Tuuli Varsa (Finland) Laurea University of applied Science

Afonso Cabral L (Portugal) Catolica-Lisbon School Of Business and Economics

Arto Sillanpaa (Finland) University of Aberdeen

Jocelyn Hickey (Scotland)

Philipe Jacques-Belair (Canada)

Oscar Gonzalez Sola (Spain) University Of Almeria

Aiste Kancauskaite (Lithuania) Vilnius University

Marc Ellias (Spain) University Of Barcelona

Lucas Cramer (Germany) Harz University Of Applied Science

Eleonora Barbieri (Italia) University Of Navarre

Irina Lepilova (Russia) Altai State University

Johanna Maria Markl (Germany) Universitat Wurzburg

Giulia Tessari (Italia) Universita degli studi di Padova

Lucile Gueguen (France) Universite de Nantes

Sergiu Huma (Romania) Jonkoping University

Eliska Dzurnakova (Slovakia) Universita degli studio di Milano

Kamelia Achour (France) Universite de Strasbough

Nottingham Trent University

Newcastle University

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Current Foreign Students

Celine Bartelds (Netherlands) Hanze University Groningen

Eszter Ullar (Hungaria) Aalborg Universitet

Sebastian schone (Germany) Dresden University of Technology

Anna guaita Crespo (Spain) Universitat de Valencia and IES Torís

Antonia Hoebbel (Germany) Technische Universität Ilmenau

Foreign Students Testimony

“I am very grateful for having this opportunity and experienced all this amazing adventure.I have learned a lot about the culture,people and life in Indonesia.”(Sergiu Huma : Romania)

“The SIP program gave me a complete understanding of Indonesia.I was able to visit many places around Sukabumi. I am really grateful for everything.” (Lucile Gueguen : France)

“I decided to come Indonesia because I have never been to Asia Before.I was interested in the differences between the cultures. I was also getting interested in the Indonesian politics. So this reason why i applied for the SIP program .“(Gulia tessari : Italy)

“I had the chance to learn,to speak,to give and to receive.Local people are very kind and helful. I learnt a lot from them and i will miss everyone.” ( Lucas Cramer : Germany ).

“Indoinesia is a beautiful country,with a different culture of Europe and a different way if life. STT Nusa Putra gave me the opportunity to learn a lot about Indonesian traditional and i felt very sad about leaving the country .”(Johanna Markl : Gemany ).

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Contact Us : International Relations Office (IRO) 5th Floor Nusa Putra Building Phone : (+62) 85724069088 EMAIL : iro@nusaputra.ac.id Website : www.iro.nusaputra.ac.id

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