High Profiles of Sweden’s Top Universities Visit SBM ITB

DSC_0391To explore possibilities for academic collaboration and exchanges between Indonesia and Sweden, a Swedish delegation visits School of Business and Management, ITB. The delegation includes several high profiles from Sweden’s top universities. Some of them are the President of the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), the President of Lund University, the Vice President of Chalmers University of Technology, Chalmers’ professor in Technology Management and Economics/ the Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Telecommunications Policy, the deputy Vice-Chancellor of Linkoping University, and the Vice-Chancellor’s Advisor on International Affairs of Uppsala University. The high profiles from Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education (STINT) also parts of the delegation. They are the Executive Director, the Programme Director and the Chairman of the board of Swedish Foundation. Staffs of the Swedish Embassy in Indonesia accompany the delegation.DSC_0391To explore possibilities for academic collaboration and exchanges between Indonesia and Sweden, a Swedish delegation visits School of Business and Management, ITB. The delegation includes several high profiles from Sweden’s top universities. Some of them are the President of the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), the President of Lund University, the Vice President of Chalmers University of Technology, Chalmers’ professor in Technology Management and Economics/ the Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Telecommunications Policy, the deputy Vice-Chancellor of Linkoping University, and the Vice-Chancellor’s Advisor on International Affairs of Uppsala University. The high profiles from Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education (STINT) also parts of the delegation. They are the Executive Director, the Programme Director and the Chairman of the board of Swedish Foundation. Staffs of the Swedish Embassy in Indonesia accompany the delegation.Professor Jann Hidajat, Dr. Aurik Gustomo, Dedy Sushandoyo, PhD and the staff for International collaboration represent the School of Business and Management and welcome the delegation. Professor Jann Hidajat presents the profiles of SBM and collaboration that has been being conducted between SBM and other academic partners in Asia and Europe. Prof Jann then suggests potential areas of collaboration that can be conducted between SBM and the Swedish counterparts.

In the discussion, several ideas for academic collaboration and exchange are explored including exchange students and research collaboration. In the end of the discussion, both parties come to a conclusion that the visit needs to be followed up. The representatives of STNIT and the Swedish Embassy are ready for facilitating future collaboration between those universities and SBM. Hope that the visit becomes the first step for productive collaboration between SBM and the Swedish universities in particular and strengthens mutual understanding between the Sweden and Indonesia societies in general.

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Professor Jann Hidajat, Dr. Aurik Gustomo, Dedy Sushandoyo, PhD and the staff for International collaboration represent the School of Business and Management and welcome the delegation. Professor Jann Hidajat presents the profiles of SBM and collaboration that has been being conducted between SBM and other academic partners in Asia and Europe. Prof Jann then suggests potential areas of collaboration that can be conducted between SBM and the Swedish counterparts.

In the discussion, several ideas for academic collaboration and exchange are explored including exchange students and research collaboration. In the end of the discussion, both parties come to a conclusion that the visit needs to be followed up. The representatives of STNIT and the Swedish Embassy are ready for facilitating future collaboration between those universities and SBM. Hope that the visit becomes the first step for productive collaboration between SBM and the Swedish universities in particular and strengthens mutual understanding between the Sweden and Indonesia societies in general.

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