Six UB’s Students Attend JENESYS Batch 22 in Japan

As much as six UB’s students are incorporated in the program of Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths (JENESYS). For 10 days, as many as 190 students from various universities in Indonesia, Vietnam and Myanmar visit Japanese technology centers.

Six UB’s delegates in this event are Siradz Haningdya (FT UB), Ardyan Wahyudi (FEB), Agustin Capriati (FPIK UB), Regina Yolanda (FT UB), Tedy Agvita (FPIK UB) and Afiqie Fadhihansah (alumnus). These students which are from various faculties are divided into three different groups and have an opportunity to visit different places.

“There we are divided into several different groups. The location that we visit also varied such as Kumamoto, Miyazaki, Fukuoka, Hiroshima, Gifu and Prefecture Mie,” Regina said.

The event was started from since September 16 to 23, 2014. While in Japan, the participants visited Mireikan museum, Honda factory, waste management plant and solar system plant management for rural communities around the coast.

“At the end of the event, each group is required to make a presentation about what we have learned. Group A makes a presentation about solar technology management system on the coast, group B makes a presentation about the engine technology in the form of magazines and videos, while group C makes a presentation and e-book about life style,” said Siradz.

Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths (JENESYS) is a collaborative program between Ministry of Research and Technology and Japanese Embassy. With the theme “Science, Technology, Manufacturing and Advanced Technology”, the participants exhibited applicative technology and future technology plans. [ vicky/translated by kevin/agung ]


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