Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Strategic Meeting with BBB Korea

 

Universitas Airlangga, represented by Airlangga Global Engagement and Pusat Bahasa
UNAIR, hosted an initial visit from the representatives of BBB Korea in Indonesia, namely
Ms. Yoonhee Lee as the Assistant Director and Ms. Anastasia Danica Suradja as Associate,
on Wednesday (19/6/2019). BBB Korea is a non-governmental organization supported by the
Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism of Republic of Korea that focuses on conducting
language and culture projects as main service.

Read more: Strategic Meeting with BBB Korea

Indonesian Diversity at Airlangga (INDIAIR) 2019

INDIAIR 2019 was held on 14th – 26th January 2019. There were 25 participants from 4 different countries: Australia, Malaysia, China, and Libya. They learned Indonesian culture for two weeks by having tour and fieldtrips in Surabaya and Malang.

Participants visited several historical landmarks in Surabaya, namely: House of Sampoerna, Monument of Heroes, Majapahit Hotel, and Cheng-Ho Mosque. During their visit to those places, participants had the chance to experience cultural diversities by meeting people from various ethnicities, such as: Maduranese, Arabs, Chinese that has been living in harmony for generations.

In addition to learning cultural diversities in Surabaya, INDIAIR 2019 participants had the chance to learn batik. Batik is part of Indonesian heritage that has been passed down from generation to generation.

The last three days, participants went to Malang to get a deeper understanding about Indonesian diversity by visiting Jodipan village, in which it portrays various different social classes in Indonesia.  Apart from that, participants also visited Jawa Timur Park I, where they can witness many cultural diversities by exploring museums and dioramas representing each ethnicity in Indonesia. 

Electronic Limited Stay Permit (Kartu Izin Tinggal Terbatas Elektronik/ E-KITAS)

This card will be sent to your email after the submission has been finished. This e-KITAS card is accessible anytime because it is in the form of electronic message. Wherever you go, you can show this e-KITAS to immigration officers without the obligation of keeping the physical card that is prone to getting lost.

 

KITAS Conversion (from VKSP/VITAS to KITAS)

Conversion VKSP to KITAS

Requirements:

Requirements

Quantity

Notes

Original Passport

1

Last visa expired date should be at least 15 – 20 days later

Copy of Passport

1

Identity and visa stamp side

Copy of Study Permit

1

Provided by AGE or the students

Letter of Inquiry to convert visa

1

Provided by AGE

Letter of guarantee from sponsor

1

Provided by AGE

Copy of sponsor’s ID

1

Provided by AGE

3x4 cm photographs

2

Red background

Temporary Residential Card (SKTT)

1

Provided by the students;

Issued by the sub-district local government

Permohonan Dokumen Keimigrasian/ Perdim 23 (Offline)

1

Provided by Immigration Office

Perdim (Online)

1

Provided from the Immigration Office Website

Procedure:

 

Conversion VITAS to KITAS

Requirements:

Requirements

Quantity

Notes

Original Passport

1

Last visa expired date should be at least 15 – 20 days later

Copy of Passport

1

Identity and visa stamp side

Copy of Study Permit

1

Provided by AGE or the students

Letter of Inquiry to convert visa

1

Provided by AGE

Letter of guarantee from sponsor

1

Provided by AGE

Copy of sponsor’s ID

1

Provided by AGE

3x4 cm photographs

2

Red background

Perdim 23(Offline)

1

Provided by Immigration Office

Verification email

1

Provided by Immigration Office Website

 

Procedure:

 

KITAS Exentesion

Requirements:

Requirements

Quantity

Notes

Original Passport

1

 

Copy of Passport

1

Identity and visa stamp side

Copy of KITAS

1

Both sides

Copy of Study Permit

1

Provided by AGE or the students

Letter of Inquiry to extend KITAS

1

Provided by AGE

Letter of guarantee from sponsor

1

Provided by AGE

Copy of sponsor’s ID

1

Provided by AGE

3x4 cm photograph

1

Red background

Copy of SKTT

1

Provided by the students;

Issued by the sub-district local government

Procedure:

 

Domicile Letter

Domicile letter is issued by your local Village (Keluharan) and is used to make a new KITAS, extend SKTT, and make a new SKTT. You must get an approval from your house owner, head of Neighborhood Community Unit (RT & RW), and head of Village (Kelurahan).

 

Universiti Putra Malaysia visits UNAIR

 

On April 25th 2018, Universitas Airlangga welcomed delegates from Universiti Putra Malaysia. There were 10 delegates from Universiti Putra Malaysia, they were Prof. Dato’ Dr. Abdul Jalil Nordin (D.S.I.S) as Dean Department of Imaging, Prof. Dr. Zamberi Sekawi as Deputy Dean (Academic of Medicine) Department of Medical Microbiology and Parasitology, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Normala Ibrahim as Deputy Dean (Research And Internationalization) Department of Psychiatry, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Norhafizah Mohtarrudin as Head of Department of Pathology, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Syafinaz Amin Nordin as Head of Department of Medical Microbiology and Parasitology, Dr. Salmiah Md Said as Senior Lecturer Department of Community Health, Dr. Titi Rahmawati Hamedon  as Senior Lecturer Department of Community Health, Dr. Rafidah Hod as Medical Lecturer Department of Human Anatomy, Mr. Haji Mohd Aris Fadzilah Abdullah as Deputy Registrar Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Mr. Shaharudin Mohamad Ali as Senior Assistant Faculty of Medicine and Treasurer, Health Sciences. The meeting was led by Prof. dr. Djoko Santoso, Ph.D., K-GH., FINASIM, Vice rector I and Dian Ekowati, Ph.D, Deputy executive director of Airlangga Global Engagement  , and some representatives from some Faculties namely Faculty of Science and Technology, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Nursing, Faculty of Public Health, Faculty of Dental Medicine, Faculty of Pharmacy, Faculty of Veterinary, Faculty of Marine and Fishries, Vocational Studies, and Post Graduate School.

The meeting was a reciprocal visit where UNAIR’s  delegates also visited UPM before. This meeting focussed on research collaboration in which both universities agreed to collaborate in another fields namely student, staff, and lecturer exchange program.  The delegates from UPM offered 12 topic research to be collaborated with UNAIR’s academicians. All representatives from UNAIR highly interested in collaborating with UPM and hopefully through this meeting, there will be more chance to collaborate between UNAIR and UPM.

 

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