Udayana University Holds UTBK SBMPTN Selection, A total of 6,545 People are Registered as Participants

Udayana University (Unud) began holding the Computer-Based Writing Examination (UTBK) for the 2022 State University Entrance Examination (SBMPTN) on Tuesday (17/5/2022). The UTBK SBMPTN was attended by 6,545 participants which was held for seven days from 17 to 23 May 2022 which was divided into 14 sessions. The UTBK exams are located in various computer laboratories on the Denpasar campus and Jimbaran campus by complying with the Covid-19 Prevention Health Protocol. The materials tested were the Scholastic Potential Test (TPS) and English as well as the Academic Competency Test (TKA).

The implementation of the first day of UTBK was reviewed directly by the Vice Rector for Academic Affairs Prof. Dr. Ir. I Gede Rai Maya Temaja, MP was accompanied by Academic and Statistics Coordinator Made Yusnantara. He hoped that the selection process this time would run better and more smoothly.

"Even though we are still in the COVID-19 pandemic, we must be able to implement it and facilitate it to work well and to get the selection results in accordance with the expectations of each university that will accept them," said Prof. Rai.

Meanwhile, in a separate place, Rector of Unud Prof. Dr. Ir. I Nyoman Gde Antara, M.Eng.,IPU said that Unud was ready to conduct the UTBK SBMPTN selection for 6,545 prospective students. For the first day of UTBK, it will serve 1,060 prospective students which are divided into sessions 1 and 2. For Unud itself, the UTBK SBMPTN will seek or pass approximately 2,600 people or 40 percent of the total capacity of students in 2022 to fill the capacity in 52 Study program.

The Rector of Unud is grateful for the trust of the people who chose Unud as a place to receive higher education and his party will continue to make improvements in all lines. Hopefully Unud is able to produce superior, independent and cultured human resources and alumni are able to contribute to the development of the nation and state.

"Hopefully we can get prospective students who not only have good academic qualifications, but also have good morals", concluded Prof. Antara.