APPLIED BACHELOR, DEVELOPING NATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS HUMAN RESOURCES

APPLIED BACHELOR, DEVELOPING NATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS HUMAN RESOURCES
 
Wikan Sakarinto, Director General of Vocational Education at the Ministry
Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia explained
about the differences between applied scholars and scholars at
generally. Even though both graduates have bachelor's degrees, a person who takes an applied bachelor's degree (S.Tr title) undergoes a different lecture process from a general undergraduate, where 60% of courses are practical and 40% theory and 1 semester compulsory apprenticeship.
 
Applied bachelors are designed to create scholars who are skilled in practical, applied terms but have high leadership, soft skills and hard skills.
 
In making graduates of the S.Tr program skilled, the Ministry of Education and Culture implements link and match, namely, collaborating with industry, such as industry training material included in the curriculum and compiling the curriculum together with industry, then learning is carried out on a projective learning basis so that soft skills are
generated stronger.
 
To strengthen skills education, the Ministry of Education and Culture has also launched a Fast Track Diploma program where a 3-year vocational graduate plus 3 semesters will get a D2 diploma. With the existence of a clear distinction between the Applied and Bachelor program
Diploma in vocational education, it is hoped that a skilled, competitive, skilled workforce will emerge.
and can increase the nation's competitiveness in the global era.
 
 
 
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