Universitas ‘Aisyiyah Bandung (Unisa Bandung), with a vision to “become an Islamic and leading university in science, technology, health, and arts (IPTEKS) at the international level in 2045,” has succeeded in demonstrating its superiority amidst community. It was illustrated by numerous international collaborations and Unisa has attracted a foreign institution to study spiritual learning at Unisa Bandung, as revealed by the Head of the Cooperation and International Affairs Office, Resi Roswulan, M.Ikom, on Tuesday (07/03).
Among foreign agencies expressing admiration in spiritual learning at Universitas ‘Aisyiyah Bandung, the Training Institute of the Ministry of Health Malaysia is one of them. A group of Malaysian academics conducted a comparative study at Unisa Bandung on Monday (07/03). In his remarks, the Director of the Training Institute of Ministry of Health Malaysia (ILKMM) Sungai Buloh, Mizhar Bin HJ. Maslam said that the visit to Universitas ‘Aisyiyah Bandung was to study spiritual learning at the university to be applied in Malaysia.
“Indeed, our visit to Bandung is to see the best practices here that we can imitate at our institution,” said Mizhar. On the other hand, Giri Meri, one of the teachers at the Training Institute of Ministry of Health Malaysia (ILKMM) Sungai Buloh, expressed her admiration for the spiritual teaching applied at Unisa Bandung during the discussion session.