Bachelor of Public Administration
8 Pilars of MBKM Program
Emancipated Learning (MBKM) is an innovation created by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology and launched as a policy to transform the higher education system in Indonesia to produce more relevant graduates
Student Exchange Program In and Outside the Country
Campus Teaching Program
Certified Emancipated Learning Internship Program
Emancipated Learning-Certified Independent Study Program
Entrepreneurship Emancipated Learning Program
Emancipated Learning Research Program
Emancipated Learning Research Program
Emancipated Learning Village Development Program
Objectives of MBKM Program
The objectives of implementing the MBKM include:
- Creating an autonomous and flexible learning process, fostering an innovative learning culture that is not restrictive and aligns with the students’ needs.
- Enhancing linkages and collaboration with the business and industrial sectors, as well as preparing students for the world of work from the outset.
- Preparing students to become competitive individuals; individuals who are healthy, intelligent, adaptive, creative, innovative, skilled, dignified, productive, and possess character in accordance with the values of Pancasila.
MBKM Document Link
Here is the link to the documents related to the Emancipated Learning activities in the Bachelor of Public Administration Study Program
MBKM Program Testimonials
Having the opportunity to gain knowledge and experience in Gyeongsang National University was simply incredible. Meeting new people from various countries, getting to know Korean cultures, and going to beautiful places in Korea were the opportunities not to be missed. Gyeongsang National University especially Department of Public Administration is very welcoming to international students and the lecturers were excellent. Furthermore, I got taught by American and Korean lecturers and they always added more empirical examples for the theoritical discussion regarding their own countries. The more interesting part when I studied there is I could learn to use R programming language to visualize my data. It is very helpful for my thesis later. Studying abroad for one semester was one of the best experiences in my life.
Student exchange is truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Besides gaining knowledge from a different campus, we also get to learn how to see things from the perspective of people whose daily lives are different from ours. I met so many new friends, learned a new language, and discovered life hacks for surviving in a foreign country, and more. In short, student exchange is definitely worth trying.
The Independent Study activity with the theme “Public To Society: Socializing Children’s Best Nutrition To Improve Their Intelligence” aims to provide support and empowerment in the form of socialization activities about the importance of maintaining children’s nutrition quality to enhance their intelligence in Kalongan Village, East Ungaran, Semarang Regency. In doing so, we as students can play a role in paying attention to the nutrition of children in Kalongan Village and reducing the potential for nutritional deficiencies in children. The benefits we gain as members of the independent study include acquiring new experiences and insights related to our group’s focus and expanding our network of connections.
As a Public Administration student, this Independent Study also provides a fresh perspective on society’s role in environmental management and tourism development. The community’s involvement in environmental management, often underestimated, will have a significant impact on the future. Furthermore, community-based tourism development is also a primary concern in the correlation between this Independent Study and the current program of study I am pursuing.
At Telkom, I, along with Team Benvil, handle four projects: SPBE, BEN, VR Lab, and Video Learning. These projects involve business development and strategic product sales. During my Business Development Internship, I learned about SPBE (Electronic-Based Government System) from a business perspective. This included creating online and offline training, studying risk management applied within the company. Additionally, I gained insights into decision-making processes applicable in the B2B sector, which will be valuable as I embark on my career journey.