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FACULTY OF GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERING SUMMER PROGRAM 2023
The challenge for Indonesian education today is to modify the curriculum to adapt to the development of science and technology and the needs in the industrial world.
Recently, the Faculty of Geological Engineering UNPAD focuses on international partnerships with quality priorities for students and graduates with global competitiveness, which is in line with the Faculty of geological engineering goal to always support Vision of UNPAD (2020 – 2024) and the vision of a Golden Indonesia 2045.
After a successful 2022 Unpad Hybrid Summer Program followed by 13 offline and 94 online participants from 10 countries, the Faculty of Geological Engineering will continue to organize 2023’s Summer Program. This program could provide an impact to promote friendly relations between countries on developing quality education while exploring the UNESCO Global Geopark and at a time to promote environmental preservation related to global climate change.
The FTG Summer Program 2023 has the theme:
Discover Ciletuh “The First Land of the Western Java Island” Diversity for Sustainable Environment.
With the providing an enriching “study abroad” experience, We conduct a course which aim to provide deep understanding of the diversity of natural resources management and indigenous cultural heritage, integrated on the management of renewable and non-renewable natural resources for sustainable development and climate change, and cultural psychiatry of learning perspectives from UNESCO Global Geopark (UGG) in a country.
Summer learning programs are excellent opportunities for students and educators to reconnect during the global Covid-19 situation, especially for bridging international communication in education programs under the direction of the many professors and lecturers on each subject in the course, and one of best program to support for program of Directorate General of Higher Education the “Indonesia Jaya Kampus Merdeka”
By the increasingly developed technology, the learning methods applied in this hybird program consist of Student-Centred Learning, Problem-based, Project-based, and Real Case studies with teaching materials (materials) from the resource persons, up-to-date study cases relevant to the multidisciplinary scientific background of the participants, and applicable to the multi-university partners with transfer credits or micro-credential output.
To promote an integrated approach to learning on multidisciplinary sciences, acknowledging the cultural diversity, geoheritage, and economic purposes of education on global climate change aspect now and future perspective.