The Faculty of Computer Science, University of Indonesia (Fasilkom UI) and The University of Melbourne have extended the double degree (DD) program collaboration for the Master of Information Technology (MTI) UI and Master of Information Systems (MIS) study programs at the University of Melbourne. The visit of the University of Melbourne represented by the Associate Dean of the School of Computing and Information Systems, Prof. Shanton Chang went to Fasilkom UI as a friendly and welcoming event after the DD program agreement was agreed upon from the two institutions starting in June 2022.
Visit Prof. Shanton Chang to Fasilkom UI was also accompanied by Diana Rincon Blanco (Student Recruitment University of Melbourne) and Mery Chrisyanti (Country Officer Indonesia – University of Melbourne). The agenda for the meeting included discussing the curriculum and exploring other collaborative programs at the undergraduate level. The meeting was also attended by Fasilkom UI management, namely, Deputy Dean for Education, Research and Student Affairs, Mr. Ari Saptawijaya, Ph.D; Coordinator of the Information Technology Masters Study Program, Ms. Betty Purwandari, Ph.D; as well as the Jerk Fasilkom UI Education and Research Collaboration, Dr. Eng. Laksimita Rahadianti.
The DD program is open to MTI students who wish to study for one year at MTI UI and one year at MIS University of Melbourne. The MIS study program is offered in two specializations, namely, professional specialization or research specialization. Students who successfully complete the program will receive a dual degree, namely, M.T.I. from UI and M.I.S. from the University of Melbourne.
Online participants via the Zoom application in Prof.’s public lecture session. Shanton Chang for MTI Students, Thursday, 08/09/2022
The University of Melbourne’s visit to Fasilkom UI was also followed by a public lecture session by Prof. Shanton delivered online. In the public lecture session, Prof. Shanton delivered a lecture related to the topic of strategy in information systems, namely “Strategic Thinking: Factors that Impact Business-IT Alignment”. In this session, MTI students were given the opportunity to discuss potential problems that occur in various types of organizations related to the alignment of information technology with the organization’s business strategy.
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