Semarang | Unimus (06/10/2018) President of Rajamanggala University of Technology Krungthep, Assoc. Prof. Sukit Nitinai, Ph.D. signed the Memorandum of Understanding with Universitas Muhammadiyah Semarang on Saturday (06/10). The most significant point such as research collaboration, sharing program, visiting professor, staff mobility, and the transfer credit.
The event is also attended by the Director of International Office of Rajamanggala University, Pratana Srisuk, Ph.D. At that moment Srisuk technically explains that the collaboration might enable the implementation of one semester transfer credit. It means, students of Unimus can take one semester in Bangkok.
“Living cost in Semarang and Bangkok is not significantly different. In addition, tuition fee in both cities are almost similar. This will be the positive value in supporting the implementation of transfer credit program especially those majoring Economics, Mechanical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, and English Education.” explained Muhammad Yusuf, Ph.D., the director of IRO Unimus.