University Business Engagement –
A SMART Path for Development in Indonesia
The instrumental role of universities in socio-economic development is today widely recognised. Enhancing links and cross-fertilisation between Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and their business environment in the interest of graduates’ employability, improved competitiveness and growth is high on the agenda of policy makers and HEIs around the globe. SMART project proposes a set of focused and complementary activities for enhanced university-business cooperation at Indonesian HEIs to help them identify opportunities for development, generate research-based knowledge, and contribute to the on-going education in the field. The project will facilitate the transfer of good practices from the EU to the PC HEIs; the set-up of professional units (Business Engagement Centres) at 7 PC HEIs and training to their staff to let them accompany students and researchers in making their business ventures a reality. The creation of a University-Business Network, as a platform for dialogue and exchange of experiences, and the Start-Up Nights and other stakeholders’ events will also contribute to inspiring nation-wide change.
The second intensive course training of the SMART Project took place on 29th, 30th and 31st March 2021 targeting more than 40 Indonesian trainees. Entitled “Knowledge transfer strategies and exploitation of research results” this 2nd workshop contributed to share...
SMART – It Looks Like Difficult, DIKST Teaches How to Attack Investor for Start-ups Zonasatunews.com, 7 Dec 2020
The topic of how to get investors for start-ups was discussed from an investor's point of view in the 10th INSTAIN (Incubation of Innovative Startup) webinar organised by the Directorate of Innovation and Science Technology Area (DIKST) - ITS and entitled,...
In order to support student business activities, the Kalimantan Institute of Technology (ITK) held an Entrepreneurship Grant program to provide capital assistance to student startup businesses. This activity began with the acceptance of business proposals attended by...
ITK Rector Prof. Ir. Budi Santosa, M. Sc., Ph. D., ITK Vice Rector for Academic Affairs Nurul Widiastuti, S.Si., M.Si., Ph.D, and 2 ITK lecturers visited several business of ITK students received KBMI Grants
Campus ITS, ITS News - Institute of Technology (ITS) launched new opportunities for students to develop their businesses. Through the Innovative Startup Incubation (INSTAIN), which was held last Thursday (26/11), the Director of the Innovation and Science Technology...
Webinar – Alumni Teaching Vol.2: Business Spirit In New Normal Era with “Rorokenes” and “PT. Naruna Ceramic”, Universitas Diponegoro, 28 Nov 2020
The Director of Communication and Alumni Relations in collaboration with the Undip KKIB Business Incubator held Teaching Alumni Volume II in 2020 "The Spirit of Doing Business in the New Normal Era". On this occasion, two Business experts attended the webinar, the...
Workshop on determining the shelf life of food products was organized by IBT ITK. This event presented Dr. Nugraha Edhi Suyatma, Lecturer of Food Science and Technology Department of IPB University.
Branding is very important for startup businesses. This was the main topic of the webinar of the Startup Incubation (INSTAIN) "How to Develop Branding for Startups". ITS, thanks to the SMART project co-funded by the European Union, implemented this webinar in order to...
Webinar – School of Business with the Theme “Let’s Talk about Entrepreneurship Students’ Creativity Program”, Universitas Diponegoro, 21 Nov 2020
One of the governments’ programs to improve the students’ creativity in Higher Education institutions is the National Students’ Creativity Program Competition.
Entrepreneurial Student Skills Training or Latihan Keterampilan Mahasiswa Wirausaha (LKMW) was held by the Division of Entrepreneurship of Students Organization in Kalimantan Institute of Technology (KM ITK).
Workshop “Management of Product Legality (Circulation Permit) of Processed Food”, ITK, 22 November 2020
This event was in collaboration with the Food and Drug Administration (BPOM) and the Big Indonesia Facilitator Institute.
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