LP3M Udayana University Prepares 4 study programs for AUN-QA Accreditation

The Institute for Learning Development and Quality Assurance (LP3M) of Udayana University (Unud) has prepared four study programs for AUN-QA certification. The four study programs followed technical guidance in order to prepare to submit a Self Assessment Report (SAR), which took place on Tuesday (16/05/2023) in the Nation Room, Rector Building, Unud Jimbaran.

The four study programs prepared for AUN-QA are the Agribusiness study program, Faculty of Agriculture, Architecture study program, Faculty of Engineering, Medical Education study program, Faculty of Medicine and Hospitality Management study program, Faculty of Tourism.

Chairman of the Institute for Learning Development and Quality Assurance (LP3M) Ir. I Nengah Sujaya, M.Agr.Sc, Ph.D said that through this guidance, each study program could receive guidance in preparing the SAR draft and could pass the AUN-QA assessment.

"There are several requirements, the most important thing is that the study program achieves learning outcomes, graduate competency standards must be met, how do we carry out the learning process, how is the curriculum, how to develop the academic climate to the assessment of learning outcomes," he said.

According to him, if learning outcomes have been achieved well, it is also supported by evidence that graduates from the study program are as competent as expected.

Rector of Udayana University Prof. Dr. Ir. I Nyoman Gde Antara, M.Eng. IPU., in his speech added that the existence of an internationally accredited study program is a requirement for PTN BH. For this reason, through this Bimtek, it is hoped that it can continue to be encouraged so that study programs from excellent or very good accreditation to international accreditation can increase.

"Until now, Unud has 120 study programs at S0, S1, S2, S3 levels to specialist doctors in 13 faculties. For excellent study programs, 94.2 percent are accredited superior and excellent, the rest are good or c, there are 5 study programs around 4.2 percent and 1.7 percent, two new study programs, and their new status has not been accredited," said the Rector.

He added that this is a common challenge in increasing the scale of study programs that are internationally accredited, by maximizing internal and external efforts. He hopes that the development of the institution can run well, including the achievement of internationalization of study programs, and that the integrity of Unud can be better than before.