Whether the young blood additions to Jokowi’s cabinet can make their voices heard over a notoriously slow-moving bureaucracy remains to be seen.
“One of the main skills gaps in their graduate recruits from Indonesian universities was leadership skills; critical thinking; a capacity to see the ‘big picture’ of what they were doing.”
Much more needs to be done about illegal logging – it’s cost Indonesia billions of US dollars in revenue.
ITS has established dual degree cooperation with the University of Queensland (UQ), Australia through the Business Management department.
Jen Bahen discusses opportunities for Australian education and training providers to engage with Indonesia in its mission of human capital development.
“I will fight for the freedom to learn”: a speech by Minister of Education and Culture, Nadiem Makarim
“Generally, tradition goes that Teachers’ Day is a day full of inspirational and eloquent words. I’m sorry, but I’ll be a little different today. I want to speak from the heart, to all teachers in Indonesia, from Sabang to Merauke.”