THEME SOCIOPRENEURSHIP, SURABALI 2018 PROGRAM FOLLOWED 57 PARTICIPANTS
Denpasar - Udayana University has the honor to host the "Summer in SURABALI 2018" program. The program is conducted in conjunction with Airlangga University and Petra Christian University. This activity was attended by 57 participants from 8 International Universities who were members of a Consortium. The event was opened by the Vice Rector for Planning, Cooperation and Information of Udayana University on Sunday (22/07/2018). It is a cooperation and international service of university that is between Udayana University, Airlangga University and Petra Christian University for 7 days in Surabaya and 7 days in Bali.
Vice Chancellor for Planning, Cooperation and Information Unud, Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Wyasa Putra, SH., M.Hum explained that this activity is a learning program using a combination of academic approaches and lectures. In this case participants are given knowledge about eco and social entrepreneurship which is a new knowledge of the development of the concept of economic development theory starting from profit-oriented and social microeconomics. The learning model used by combining between profit-oriented corporate activities with existing social values. This activity is expected to provide benefits for participants in the life of society. The Vice Rector also hopes that this activity can be continued and implemented in a wider community considering the benefits are very high.
On the same occasion, the Director of CIP Unud, Ni Putu Sri Harta Mimba, Ph.D added that the name SURABALI was motivated by the fact that the activities were held a week in Surabaya and a week in Bali. Activities carried out at Unud were a series of activities in Surabaya, where during their stay in Surabaya participants were given material in class and visited several places. While for activities in Bali continued with field observations by visiting Bumi Ayu Hotel and Bali Tangi. Participants also get yoga class activities and introduction of Bahasa Indonesia and learning Balinese culture. (HM)