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Student Exchange to FH Joanneum University of Applied Science

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Two students from the Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology of the Universitas Sumatera Utara will be going to Austria to follow the student mobility program which will be held for one semester at FH Joanneum University of Applied Science - in the city of Graz, Austria which is one of the largest universities in Austria. The two students are Ms. Fitria Adine Yasmine Belinda, and Ms. Selina Amelia Savitri, both are students of the Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology. The student's departure and living allowance in Austria is fully funded by the Erasmus + which supports education, training, youth and sports programs.

 

On Tuesday, February 4, 2020, Adine and Selina were accompanied by the Head of the Office of International Affairs, Dr. Esther Sorta Mauli Nababan, M.Sc, met the Vice-Chancellor I for Academic, Student, and Alumni Affairs, Prof. Ir. Dr. Rosmayati, M.S., in order to convey their planned departure and ask for her blessing because they will soon leave for Austria. During the meeting Prof. Ir. Dr. Rosmayati, M.S advised the students to behave well, maintain good relations and networks, keep up the good work, and maintain USU's good reputation.  This is very important to maintain the opportunity for USU students to get an Erasmus + grant for the student mobility program in the future.

 

The Student Mobility Program from USU to FH Joanneum University of Applied Science has taken place every year since 2016. In addition to the university, several other universities in Europe have also conducted student exchange programs with USU. Currently, 2 students from the USU Physics Department also completed a student mobility program at Middle East Technical University for 1 semester (September 2019 - January 2020). Within a period of 4 years since 2016, every year at least 2 USU students received a full grant from Erasmus + to attend a mobility program in Europe.