Udayana University Extends Memorandum of Understanding with the National Land Agency of Bali Province
Udayana University is again developing cooperation with the National Land Agency (BPN) of Bali Province which was marked by the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), Thursday (21/04/2022) at the Regional Office of the Bali Province National Land Agency. On the same occasion, the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding and Cooperation Agreement between the Bali Province BPN and Warmadewa University, PT. Bank Mandiri (Persero), Tbk., and PT. Garuda Indonesia (Persero), Tbk.
The Rector of Udayana University who on this occasion was represented by the Vice Rector for Planning, Cooperation, and Information, Prof. I Putu Gede Adiatmika in his speech said that the signing of this MoU will provide further steps for Udayana University with the Bali Provincial BPN, so that they can implement the Tri Dharma of Higher Education at Udayana University in accordance with the scope of the Bali Provincial BPN. Of course, with the Independent Learning atmosphere at the Merdeka Campus, which is still our main theme in the implementation of this collaboration, students are expected to be able to carry out internships in various units or related BPN offices. This good intention is expected to provide benefits to all of us, both Udayana University and the Bali Province BPN.
Meanwhile, the Head of the Bali Province BPN Regional Office, Ketut Mangku A.Ptnh., M.H. conveyed that the signing of this Memorandum of Understanding and Cooperation Agreement is only a formality, because in fact the cooperation with the various parties has been carried out, both with Udayana University, Warmadewa University, Bank Mandiri, as well as with Garuda Indonesia. It is hoped that through the signing of the MoU and the PKS, the synergistic relationship between us will be better and easier in the future.
It was added, specifically from the university community, that in the future it is planned that when there is an application for students who want to do internships, they will not be placed at the Bali Provincial Office, but at the City/Regency Land Office, so it is hoped that early on, students who do internships can find out what services are provided. by the National Land Agency.