Released the 802 Graduates, Unud Holds the 141st Graduation Ceremony

Udayana University again held a Graduation Ceremony which took place online and in person with limited attendance according to health protocols, Saturday (8/5/2021).

At the 141th Graduation, the Chancellor of Udayana University released 802 graduates consisting of 19 doctors, 45 masters, 26 specialists, 166 doctors, 10 dentists, 5 veterinarians, 22 pharmacists, 500 graduates and 9 graduates. Diploma 4. Until this 141th graduation, the number of Udayana University graduates reached 102,843 people.

Vice Rector for Academic Affairs, Prof. I Nyoman Gde Antara in his report said that the number of graduates was still the same as several previous periods which were dominated by 475 female graduates, while 237 male graduates. In terms of academic achievement, the average GPA of female graduates was 3.73, while the average GPA for male graduates was 3.60. Meanwhile, in terms of the study period, female graduates completed a study period of 7.63 semesters, while male graduates had a longer study period, namely 8.30 semesters. Meanwhile, the number of graduates who received the predicate With Praise or Cum Laude totaled 331 people. On this occasion the Vice Rector for Academic Affairs also thanked the families of graduates for the trust given to Udayana University as a place for the learning process in Higher Education.

Meanwhile, Rector of Unud Prof. AA Raka Sudewi in his remarks advised all graduates to always be wise in applying the knowledge that has been obtained because the higher education taken is not only limited to pursuing GPA, but how later can this knowledge be implemented to produce innovations that are useful in the welfare of society, nation and state .

Graduates are also expected to be wise in responding to any developing issues, not to be easily provoked and to maintain the integrity of the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia, which is based on the Pancasila ideology. The graduates are expected to be able to become formidable role models to lead this nation to a better direction while still based on existing ethics and norms.