There’s a large and growing demand for education and training in Indonesia – so much so that on 10 February 2020, Monash University was granted approval to establish its first foreign university campus.
Sailors attempting a rafting expedition from the Timor Sea to Darwin, Australia, has been deported in the latest wave of stricter measures applied by the government on research conducted by foreigners.
The AIC will deliver a program titled “Cybersecurity competencies for MSMEs” after receiving a grant from the Australian Government DFAT.
Amid competition concerns, local universities have urged the government to ensure a level playing field following a plan by Australia’s Monash University to establish a local campus.
The nature of work is changing rapidly under the fourth industrial revolution. This is driven by disruptive technologies such as automation, artificial intelligence, robotics, machine learning and digitalisation.
What the Monash announcement shows us is that Jokowi’s not just serious about opening the economy in order to boost exports, but also for the development of human capital.
Indonesia is proposing to make it easier for startups to hire foreign talent – a sector that it sees as essential to economic development, but one that has struggled with a lack of domestic talent.