FIB UNUD Released 118 Prospective Graduates for the February 2021 Period

The Faculty of Humanities held an online release event for prospective graduates through the Cisco Webex application, Thursday (25/02/2021). The number of prospective graduates released this time is 118 people from the Doctoral Program with a total of 18 people, 26 people from the Masters Program, and 74 from the Undergraduate Program (S1).

The best graduate for the Undergraduate Program went to Ni Kadek Ayu Sulastri, S.S. from the Balinese Literature Study Program with a GPA of 3.94, predicate With Praise, with a length of study period of 3 years, 6 months, the best graduate in the Masters Program was Ni Luh Rara Tian Anyar Sari, S.S., M.Hum. from the Linguistics Program with a GPA of 4.00, predicate Very Satisfactory, with a study period of 2 years, 4 months, and the best graduate from the Doctoral Program was achieved by Dr. I Wayan Mulyawan, S.S., M.Hum. from the Doctoral Program of Linguistics with a GPA of 3.87, predicate Cum Laude, with a length of study of 2 years, 7 months.

The Dean of FIB, Dr. Made Sri Satyawati, S.S., M.Hum. in his speech conveyed his pride for the success of the prospective graduates. After struggling seriously in the academic world, finally he was able to complete the academic stage well. Dr. Sri Satyawati hopes that prospective graduates can practice all forms of knowledge and skills acquired in society. As graduates of the Faculty of Humanities, prospective graduates are expected to maintain the good name of their alma mater. Likewise, when the natural environment needs contributions from alumni, they will contribute to the development of the institution.