“There is a gap between what is expected by the industry and the current workers’ and graduates’ knowledge and skills … I think it’s part of our responsibility to share with a country like Indonesia what we have.”
Indonesia aims to unlock the power of its villages through infrastructure, skills and training, and employment opportunities
ASEAN’s largest economy could be running out of time to equip its people with the necessary skills and knowledge to stay competitive. Already, the country has been forced to come to terms with having the highest youth unemployment rate in the region (approximately 15 percent), according to data from the World Bank.
The innovative work related to Autonomous Surface Vehicles (ASVs) in the form of ship robots, or unmanned ships capable of automatic movement without human intervention.
In front of 3,000 teachers on Friday 5 July 2019, Jokowi announced that “technology… demands that the world of education adapt.” Indonesia Read more
Opportunities abound in the Australia-Indonesia higher education space for deeper collaboration, investment and skills-sharing, but are businesses making the most of this opportunity?
President Joko Widodo has given Indonesian banks ‘homework’ to come up with an education credit scheme in the form of student loans Read more