UMKLA Collaboration With UiTM Malaysia To Elevate Teaching-Learning Quality

The Diploma program (D-III) of Pharmacy, Universitas Muhammadiyah Klaten (UMKLA) agreed to collaborate through a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) Malaysia. The signing procession was located in Truntum Hotel, Padang, Sumatera Barat on 16 July facilitated by the Association of Pharmacy Vocational Program in Indonesia (APDFI). On this occasion, it aimed to elevate the teaching-learning quality and graduates’ achievement from the D-III of Pharmacy, UMKLA.

The Head of Pharmacy department, Apt. Nurul Hudayati, S.Farm,M.Farm explained that the collaboration aimed to build extensive networks, in particular, D-III of Pharmacy and UMKLA in general. Moreover, it aimed to support the government program of Independent Learning, Independent Campus, including student exchange and pursuing higher education.

“On the script (of MoU), the agenda to collaborate is student exchange, lecturer exchange, and joint research between our campus and UiTM Malaysia. By this procession, we build an extensive network through International Collaboration,” Nurul Hidayati said.

Besides UiTM Malaysia, the D-III of Pharmacy Universitas Muhammadiyah Klaten (UMKLA) also collaborates with Taipei Medical University (TMU) Taiwan. Similarly, the collaboration aims to provide a new learning atmosphere and opportunities for the students to study in different countries.

Nurul added that the collaboration has a deep impression between UiTM Malaysia and Universitas Muhammadiyah Klaten (UMKLA) which has the same study program, the Pharmacy. Apart from that, UMKLA also has a high commitment to producing qualified and dignified graduates. Both students and academic staff should meet a balanced employment market.

“We appreciate APDFI that has facilitated this collaboration with 60 institutions from 130 institutions under their guidance. We hope that by this signing process, shortly, we have several breakthroughs and transform the image of Indonesia and Malaysia Pharmacy to own higher competitiveness,” she said.

UMKLA Collaboration With UiTM Malaysia To Elevate Teaching-Learning Quality

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