Jayapura, Jubi – To improve the quality of education, the Cendrawasih University’s Graduate Program will be more selective in its admission process.
“This is a new policy, we only open 10 out of 14 graduate programs as we want to improve the quality of graduate students. Previously we had two classes with 50 people,” director of the Graduate Program of Cendrawasih University, Akbar Silo told reporters on Tuesday afternoon (12 / 5/2015).
He further said enrollment can be done online on http//simakad.unicen.ac.id / camaba, so applicant do not have to come to the graduate building.
The ten graduate courses are open enrollment and only get a quota of 30 people. The programs are regional Finance, Law, Sociology, Anthropology, Public administration, Public Policy, Sciences, Physical Education, Natural Resources Management, Environment and Social Sciences for doctoral studies. “Science Public Administration, Government Studies, Sociology, Anthropology with a quota of 15 people,” he added.The enrollment will open for a month, from May 15 to June 15, 2015.
Meanwhile, rector of Cenderawasih University Onesimus Sahuleka said besides working hard in order to improve the quality of human resources for lecturers, he also seeks to improve doctoral education up to the great teacher. “Indeed, human resources are my top priority but should be supported with the infrastructure,” he added.
In addition, Cenderawasih University has had a Development Quality Assurance Agency (LP2M) that The agency will attempt to make our university to be a research university and will encourage to take part in the future optimally. “In the future, all levels such bachelor, graduate and doctorate programs can be run well,” Sahuleka said.
Related to quality improvement and cooperation among institutions, Assistant director II graduate program, Elysan R Marlissa said it publicly opens to all cooperation with institutions in Papua and various cooperation such as Goettigen university in Germany, UNHAS, Padjadjaran University, UI, UGM and so forth. as well as cooperation with local governments. “We are open to work together to improve the quality of education,” he added. (Sindung Sukoco/ Tina)