FEB UI Holds Virtual Graduation Ceremony Even Semester 2020/2021 Undergraduate Level for 643 Graduates

FEB UI Holds Virtual Graduation Ceremony Even Semester 2020/2021 Undergraduate Level for 643 Graduates

 

Nino Eka Putra ~ PR FEB UI

DEPOK – (8/9/2021) The Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia (FEB UI) held a Virtual Graduation for the Even Semester 2020/2021 Undergraduate Level on Wednesday (8/9/2021). The Graduation was  carried out in 2 series, namely the Faculty and followed by the Department/Study Program.

Starting with a report from the Deputy Dean II for Resources, Ventures and General Administration of FEB UI, Dr. Gede Harja Wasistha, who represents the leadership in the education sector, stated that 643 students graduated from FEB UI Bachelor Degree, consisting of 496 from the Regular Program, 13 from the Parallel Program, 28 from the Extension Program, and 106 from the International Special Class Program.

FEB UI graduates with the highest GPA were achieved by Andriana Kusumaningrum from the Management Study Program with a 3.97 GPA, Ivana from the Economics Study Program (IE) with a 3.96 GPA, Ruth Brenda Paulina from the Accounting Study Program with a 3.95 GPA, Marvela Ester Kurniawan from the Accounting Study Program with a 3.93 GPA, Yuke Fatihaturrahmah from the Islamic Economics Study Program (IEI) with a 3.88 GPA, Muhammad Rizky Radhianityawan from the Islamic Business Study Program with a 3.77 GPA, Velina Nurfanida from the Management Study Program with a 3.74 GPA.

In addition, the fastest study period, namely Jeffry Aldi Permana (Regular and Parallel) Management Study Program with a study period of 2 years 11 months, Joshua Gunaydo Siemuel Accounting Extension Study Program with a study period of 2 years 11 months, Karinska Salsabila Priyatno KKI-Accounting Study Program with a study period 3 years.

The youngest graduate from the Management Study Program (Regular and Parallel) was achieved by Ananda Puteri Zafira at the age of 20 years and 8 months, the KKI-Management Study Program was achieved by Amyra Salsabela Yasser at the age of 20 years and 3 months, and the Extension-Management Study Program was achieved by Indah Nadia Revora at 23 years and 2 months. Finally, the most senior graduate is Viska Wanti Arieska, 34 years and 3 months old from the Extension-Management Study Program.

Acting Dean of FEB UI, Teguh Dartanto, Ph.D., gave a speech that Graduation is an important moment in your life, because you have completed your study period at FEB UI. Every graduate must have a dream / hope / future goal to be achieved. There are 3 things that you should hold on to make your dreams/hopes/goals come true, namely (1) Growth Mindset, meaning a mindset that can continue to grow with various challenges and hard work. The characteristics of people who have a growth mindset include true learners who dare to try new things, are open-minded by respecting criticism, are not afraid to fail, always think positively; (2) GRIT, which means a steadfast, firm, unyielding nature. The two main components of GRIT are passion and choosing a career with diligence and persistence; (3) Caring Others, meaning that life is not selfish, spend time, energy, thoughts and resources to help others. Then one day the universe will help you.

Starting today, all of you will become FEB UI Alumni. We hope that you will continue to uphold the values ​​and maintain the good name of your alma mater. FEB UI will always need support from Alumni so that it can continue to grow, be relevant and be able to answer future challenges. We ask for prayers and support from alumni, hopefully FEB UI will be able to complete the AACSB accreditation stage and in 2022 FEB UI will be accredited. “We congratulate the graduation of the FEB UI undergraduate students and thank the parents/guardians of students who have trusted FEB UI to educate them all. Thank you also to the lecturers, educational staff, ILUNI FEB UI and all stakeholders who have helped us to graduate these students today.” said Teguh Dartanto at the end of his speech.

Student representatives of graduates from the Regular S-1 Management Study Program FEB UI, Andriana Kusumaningrum said, “Today, we officially renounce student status and take on a new mandate as a Bachelor of Economics. Starting from the dream to study at FEB UI, until now finally being able to complete the journey, which is certainly not an easy journey. After approximately 4 years of struggling to study at FEB UI, now is the time for us to continue to the next phase of life to spread the benefits of the knowledge and experience that we have gained, whether entering the world of work, or continuing education to a higher level.

“On behalf of the graduates, I would like to thank the entire academic community of FEB UI, because during our education at FEB UI, we have obtained knowledge from lecturers who are experts in their fields, opportunities to channel interests and talents through various student activities and were facilitated in exploring opportunities outside our campus through student/internship exchanges. Of course, this makes us as human resources that are superior and highly competitive in living post-college life. In addition, the support from family and closest relatives is a source of motivation for us to complete our education. My message is to always spread the benefits wherever you are and prove that FEB UI alumni are quality alumni. As our predecessors have succeeded in proving it in their respective fields”  explained Andriana.

The Secretary General of ILUNI FEB UI, Bendady Pramono, said “So far, the role of FEB UI alumni in the Indonesian economy is no longer in doubt. Many economic figures in the government such as Sri Mulyani Indrawati (Minister of Finance), Suahasil Nazara (Vice Minister of Finance), Kartika Wirjoatmodjo and Pahala Mansury (Deputy Minister of SOEs), Destry Damayanti (Senior Deputy Governor of BI), Dody Budi Waluyo (Deputy Governor BI), Prof. Dorodjatun Kuntjoro-Jakti, Ph.D., a senior figure who is still active in providing advice for the Indonesian economy. In addition, young millennial leaders also take part in the digital field, such as Adrian Gunadi, the founder of Investree, and Alfatih Timur, the founder of the Kitabisa.com crowd funding business.”

FEB UI Alumni have an organizational forum to contribute called the FEB UI Alumni Association (ILUNI FEB UI). Various activities have been carried out by ILUNI FEB UI, including writing a book entitled “INDONESIA 2045: Millennial Economists’ Ideas in Seeing the Future”, as a match maker between alumni who are already in the world of work/business and students who have just graduated looking for a career or looking for an internship, economic innovation, various gathering activities (breakfast forums, business network groups among alumni), community activities that support interests and talents, in collaboration with third parties (Banks, Asset Management, and Donors) with a crowd funding approach to finance giving back activities, mutual assistance activities, raising funds to help overcome the pandemic, giving back to FEB UI (In September 2021 the renovation of 3 rooms will be completed, garnering participation from sponsors and other generations to participate in renovating other rooms at FEB UI).

“I invite you FEB UI graduates to join and register with the ILUNI FEB UI organization, through the ilunifebui.org/register website. Also, visit social media at @ilunifebui. We, the big family of ILUNI FEB UI, congratulate you all on your graduation. Be proud to have graduated from one of the Best Universities in Indonesia and Asia. Congratulations on your work and dedication to your beloved nation and country.” said Bendady, closing his remarks.

FEB UI Department Graduation

FEB UI Virtual Graduation continued with the graduation from each Department, consisting of Economics, Management, and Accounting.

The Department of Economics, FEB UI, graduated 140 Bachelor of Economics graduates. Divided into Economics Study Program, which graduated 94 graduates (47 women and 47 men, of which 49 were cum laude). The Islamic Economics Study Program graduated 38 graduates (19 women and 19 men, of which 21 were cum laude). KKI-Economics Study Program 8 graduates (6 women and 2 men).

The Management Department of FEB UI graduated 267 Bachelor of Economics, totaling 267 graduates. Divided into Management Study Program 169 graduates (98 women and 71 men, of which 109 are cum laude). The Islamic Business Study Program produced 33 graduates (19 women and 14 men, of which 11 were cum laude). The KKI-Management Study Program produced 55 graduates (26 women and 29 men). Management Extension Study Program produced 10 graduates (7 women and 3 men, with 5 cum laude).

The Accounting Department of FEB UI graduated 236 Bachelor of Economics graduates. Divided into Accounting Study Program (Regular and Parallel) graduated 175 graduates (117 women and 58 men, of which 92 were cum laude). The KKI-Accounting Study Program graduated 43 graduates (28 women and 15 men). The Accounting-Extension Study Program graduated 18 graduates (10 women and 8 men, of which 1 was cum laude).

Of the 106 graduates of the KKI Program in the Department of IE, Management, and Accounting, 48 came from dual degree pathways (from the University of Melbourne, University of Queensland, University of Amsterdam, University of Groningen and University of Birmingham) and 58 single degrees. In addition, 34 graduates of the KKI Program have graduated with cum laude degrees (3 from IE, 14 from Management, 17 from Accounting, of which 15 are double degree graduates and 19 are single degree graduates).

The Graduation of FEB UI is supported by several partners who have established good cooperation in terms of gift giving, namely from PT. Bank Rakyat Indonesia (Persero) Tbk, PT. Paragon Technology and Innovation, and KarirLab.

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