The International Credit Transfer Program (ICT) is an implementation grant program for the Independent Campus, Independent Learning by the Indonesian Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology. Undiknas has successfully implemented this program since 2020 with the passing of 7 International Class students and 10 students who passed in 2021.
In 2022, 10 Undiknas International Class students again received the International Credit Transfer grant program and had the opportunity to take virtual courses at Edith Cowan University, Australia. The online lectures will be guided by professional lecturers from Edith Cowan University. This program is free of charge, meaning that students don’t have to worry about any expenses. After this program ends, the credits obtained by students will be recognized and converted by Undiknas University. Undiknas international class students who were selected to be Awardees for ICT 2022, namely: Melyana Isya Suprapta (Accounting IC), Made Sharol Bhavani (Accounting IC), Gede Andy Dharma Putra (Management IC), Putu Wahyu Rajheswara Putra Tangkas (Management IC), Ni Komang Srimas Lavita Ariswari Utami (Management IC), Kornelius Yosafat Harijanto (Management IC), Aldo Arnold (Management IC), Innocentius Austin Gautama (Management IC), Pradnya Paramitha Taqiyyaa (Management IC), Komang Bhismara Putra Pustaka (Management IC).
Edith Cowan University (ECU) is an Australian public university located in Perth, Western Australia, with more than 30,000 students at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels, approximately 6,000 of whom are international students from more than 100 countries outside Australia. ECU offers more than 300 courses and many courses are also offered for online study.
As working partners, ECU and Undiknas always make direct visits, both in exploring programs or actively implementing cooperation by both parties. ECU and Undiknas have been implementing many programs and collaboration such as pursuing the MOU, signing the MOU, work program meetings, guest lecturers, collaborative research, international seminars, and workshops. This program is expected to increase student knowledge globally and provide hands-on experience for students to experience the academic atmosphere at partner universities abroad.