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Australia-Indonesia Forum: Enhancing University Governance and Management

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Government officials and leaders of a number of universities in Indonesia, as well as Australian representatives from Central Queensland University and Western Sydney University met in Surabaya to improve university governance and management, (Photo : Australian Embassy) - 

 

 

VOInews, Jakarta : This week, government officials and leaders from Indonesian universities based in East Java, Central Java, Yogyakarta, East Kalimantan, Maluku and North Sulawesi, as well as Australian representatives from Central Queensland University and Western Sydney University met in Surabaya to enhance university governance and management.

The meeting, initiated by the Australian Department of Education, underscores the strong education collaboration between Indonesia and Australia and continues the celebration of 75 years of diplomatic relations between the nations.

“Education has always been a cornerstone of our relationship with Indonesia. This forum not only highlights our commitment to foster greater collaboration between our universities but also reaffirms our vision of supporting the advancement of higher education in Indonesia,” said Anthea Griffin, Australian Consul-General in Surabaya at the launch of the event.

“The forum provided a platform for exchanging knowledge and experiences on best practices in university management, and the successful governance models that could be adapted to enhance the quality and competitiveness of universities in Indonesia,” added Han Xiao Zhang, the Australian Embassy’s Counsellor Education and Research.

According to a release received by Voice of Indonesia on Thursday (13/06/24), this initiative builds on a long history of people-to-people and institutional linkages between Indonesia and Australia and reflects the shared commitment of both nations to deepen our education cooperation//VOI

 

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