UNY students participate in international student mobility in Hungary, Ireland, and the Netherlands


Three Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences UNY students can participate in the international student mobility program for one semester. Mediana Ramadhani (Biology study program) was accepted at the University of Szeged, Hungary; B Narayani (Chemistry study program) to the University of Galway, Ireland, and Dayu Arinda (Chemistry study program) will study at Maastricht University Netherlands.

Mediana Ramadhani chose the University of Szeged because of the choice of courses offered according to her interests and the location of the university in Europe with international class education. "Based on the IISMA website, the academic year at the destination university will start on September 4, 2023, and end on January 30, 2024. Preparations before leaving: take care of the necessary documents, study the material provided, attend presentations from IISMA, and find out about the culture, language, and living conditions in the destination country," he continued.

Meanwhile, B Narayani admitted that she chose the University of Galway (UoG) Ireland because the university offers modules that are still linear with her study program. "UoG is included in the top QS World University Ranking, so I firmly chose this university. I hope that the opportunity to study at UoG can help develop my knowledge and hopefully be useful for my future career," she said.

Meanwhile, Dayu Arinda stated that the lectures at Maastricht University in the Fall Semester began on September 1, 2023, until January 31, 2024. "I chose Maastricht University because the programs offered by the university interest me, namely Liberal Art and Science and Maastricht Science Program. Maastricht University encourages and facilitates students to learn as much as possible outside their majors in both programs. In addition, classroom learning will be attended by students from various educational backgrounds, cultures, and cultures, given the fact that 56% of Maastricht University students are International Students. The learning system applied is Problem-Based Learning so that students are more critical and have a deeper understanding of the courses taken", she said.(Author: Witono, Editor: Dedy, Tj.Lak)

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