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[ITB] Info Session for Inbound Exchange at ITB, Indonesia

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Greetings from Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), Indonesia!

As one of the oldest universities and the oldest technical university in Indonesia, ITB invites students and international offices of partner universities and international network members to join an Information Session (Open House) on Inbound Semester Exchange at ITB. The event will be held on Saturday, June 4th, 2022 at 15.00 WIB / GMT +7. ITB accepts student exchange at the Bachelor’s and Master’s levels, for students coming from our partner universities with bilateral agreements or multilateral agreements (with a specific clause for student exchange), network members (particularly the GE3 Network, AUN-ACTS, and the AIMS Program). 

 To join the event or ask for further information, kindly register through this link : https://bit.ly/OHITBIntl2022. The Zoom link will be sent separately.

 The event is part of a Virtual Open House regarding the International Undergraduate Programs of ITB:  Discover the details: https://admission.itb.ac.id/home/international/undergraduate

 BRIEF PROFILE OF ITB

 ITB is Indonesia's leading teaching and research universities with several outstanding, both international and national, awards and achievements. ITB is the only university in Indonesia that is a member of the Global Engineering Education Exchange (GE3) Network. Dedicated to shaping generations through well-rounded education, ITB has 12 faculties and schools + 1 Graduate School, from engineering and science-related faculties and schools to those emphasizing art and design, as well as, business and management. ITB's programs have been internationally accredited, namely by ABET, ASIIN, KAAB, RSC, and AACSB. Also see ITB in the QS Rankings. ITB is also home to the only large observatory in Indonesia, the Bosscha Observatory. ITB’s main campus is in the city of Bandung, at the heart of the West Java Province. Surrounded by mountains in the north and in the south, the city is located at a higher altitude than most big cities in Indonesia, making it a rather cooler place to be.

If you have any questions, feel free to let us know!

 We would greatly appreciate it if you could share this information with students or faculty members of your university. Looking forward to hearing from you soon and seeing you virtually!

Best,
.: Delfiani Tomasowa