Alumni and Lecturers of UMI Will Be Granted Scholarship S2 and S3 at Okayama Prefectural University of Japan

Alumni and Lecturers of UMI Will Be Granted Scholarship S2 and S3 at Okayama Prefectural University of Japan

UMI Makassar – Okayama Prefectural University (OPU) in cooperation with Universitas Muslim Indonesia (UMI) held a public lecture entitled ‘Further Study to Japan’.

The general lecture takes place in Aisyiah hall, second floor of UMI Medical Faculty building, Urip Sumoharjo Street, Makassar, South Sulawesi, on Friday, 28 July 2017.

The event was opened by the Dean of Faculty of Medicine UMI, Prof. Dr. Syarifuddin Wahid Ph.D., Sp PA (K) Sp F.
Director of OPU International Cooperation, Prof. Junji Abe said that his office opens the opportunity to all lecturers and alumni of UMI wishing to continue their higher education in S2 and S3 in OPU.

UMI plans to establish cooperation through a MoU with OPU to be signed in October 2017.

On the sidelines of the public lecture, participants discussed directly with the OPU team on ‘Advanced Research Themes in Computer Science and Systems Engineering’.

The event is presented by lecturers and final year students from the Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Dentistry, Faculty of Public Health, Faculty of Pharmacy, Faculty of Industrial Technology and Faculty of Computer Science UMI.

(Humas UMI)

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