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Joint Degree Programs 2017-10-12T10:16:52+00:00

1. UII and University of Gloucestershire and University of Bedfordshire, UK

In July 2010, UII signed MoUs with two universities in the United Kingdom which are the University of Gloucestershire (UoG) and the University of Bedfordshire (UoB). Both universities offer a joint degree program where IPFE UII students will study two years at IPFE and the following two years at UoG or UoB. When the students graduate they will be given two diploma certificates- SE from UII and B.Com from UoG or UoB. Application may be submitted anytime until 30 June of the year. Read more

2. UII and University of Wollongong, Australia

Since 1999, UII has been collaborating with the University of Wollongong (UoW), Australia to offer a joint Degree Program, which allows IP students to transfer their studies from UII to the Faculty of Commerce of the UoW. The program commences in February and July each year. Transferring students are able to complete their bachelor degree program at the Faculty of Commerce and will receive two diplomas: an SE diploma from the Faculty of Economics UII and a Bachelor diploma from the Faculty of Commerce, UoW. Read more

3. UII and Saxion University of Applied Sciences, the Netherland

Saxion University offers a joint Degree Program 3+1 where UII students can transfer their study to Saxion University after completion of their third year at UII. The program provides an internship program in the second semester. By completing your bachelor courses at Saxion you will be awarded with an internationally recognized bachelors’ degree, and be given a chance to work in the Netherlands for five years. Read more

4.  UII and Xiaozhuang University, Nanjing, China

UII signed an MoA with Xiaozhuang University (XU), Nanjing in November 2015. The collaboration that has agreed is the Joint Degree 2+2 program, where UII students can transfer their study to XU after the second year. This opportunity is open for Management, Accounting, and Informatics Engineering students. The program provides a partial scholarship from XU – free of tuition fee for UII students.

5. UII and the University of Queensland (UQ), Australia

UII and UQ signed the Memorandum of Agreement in terms of a Double Degree Program in September 2015. This partnership offers an opportunity for students majoring in Management and Accounting to transfer their study to the UQ after the second years of their study.  The study in UQ shall be accomplished in 1.5 years. Therefore, after the completion of the study, students will be awarded two degrees from both UII (SE – Sarjana Ekonomi) and UQ (Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) and Bachelor of Business Management).