Kompleks Kementerian Pendidikan, Kebudayaan, Riset, dan Teknologi. Gedung D Lantai 18, Jalan Jenderal Sudirman, Pintu Satu, Senayan, Jakarta, Indonesia 10270
University of Strathclyde
The University of Strathclyde is a leading international technological and socially progressive university, focused on delivering excellent teaching and world-class research, and known for forging strong collaborative links with industry, government, business and the third sector. With a reputation for academic excellence across our four faculties, the University was awarded the Times Higher Education ‘UK University of the Year Award’ in 2019 (becoming the only University to win the award twice) and the Sunday Times Good University Guide ‘Scottish University of the Year Award’ for 2020. The University of Strathclyde has a long history of welcoming Indonesian students to our campus, through government scholarship programmes, our university partners and directly as a consequence of our visits to Indonesia to meet students and parents. We welcome many international students each year on our long-established study abroad semester programmes and also boast a vibrant Indonesian Students Society which is linked to both the wider International Students Society on campus and the Glasgow PPI. With almost 25% of our student cohort represented by international students from over 150 countries, the University of Strathclyde offers an international study experience where students can immerse themselves in the local culture of Scotland’s largest city – recently voted “World’s Friendliest City” for a second time – while experiencing our city centre campus in a cosmopolitan environment. Students returning to Indonesia after studying with us, will have the opportunity to engage with our Indonesian Alumni Group which numbers over 200 members from across a broad spectrum of industry. As well as the networking benefits associated with membership, the group host a number of events throughout the year and are actively involved in the university’s activity in Indonesia.
The objective of this class is to introduce you to the academic study of International Relations (IR). The class begins by examining the basic concepts and historical contexts in order to give you a firm grounding in IR. The next part of the course delves into the major theories of IR, which will provide you with conceptual underpinnings into world affairs. The course then examines the structures and processes within IR, covering topics such as the changing nature of war, international security and international institutions.
The aim of this module is to provide you with a solid foundation and understanding of the theories and principles underlying marketing and entrepreneurship. A combination of the subjects will be taught to enhance understanding of the way the two disciplines address issues related to both the macro and micro-environment contexts of markets and entrepreneurship.
The distinctiveness of this class is based on its specific focus on exploring the international dimension of the hospitality and tourism industry. It brings together insights from International Business and Hospitality & Tourism Management literatures to explore how the industry has become increasingly global in its operations, and analyse the new type of players that have entered the industry. The class will enhance the current curriculum and educational structure and show developments in terms of internationalisation and the various ways technology is used in necessitating certain changes in the industry.
This course examines theories used to understand the complexity facing managers of international business. It explores decisions pertaining to international strategy and problems managing products and services in an international operation.
Flight and Spaceflight is intended to develop the students’ knowledge through the application of mathematical modelling of an aircraft’s stability, control and performance in the design of a small-scale UAV.
This module aims to provide engineering students with an understanding of the importance of innovation in today’s business environment. The module aims to also develop understanding and skills in the area of innovation management, including the management of the innovation process, intellectual property, financial decision-making and commercialisation of ideas.
Introduces the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals, exploring multidisciplinary perspectives of responding to the challenges of four goals: SDG 3-Good Health and -Clean Water and Sanitation, SDG 10-Reduced Inequalities, & SDG 13-Climate action.
This class will ensure you’re aware of the legal, social, ethical and professional issues commensurate with the practice of Information Systems Engineering.
An introductory conceptual class on these topics, it will provide a wide overview of the media, journalism and the communication fields. Key contemporary issues in journalism, media and communication will be introduced and discussed.
This class is one of the two undergraduate Business Analysis & Technology classes before the Honours year that apply various approaches to operations management problems. Following on from the fundamentals in the first year class, this class introduces you to the subject of operations management in detail and provides opportunity for you to apply some of the basic decision analysis techniques, including simulation, in this context.
This class aims to provide you with a rigorous understanding of creativity and innovation through an intensive blend of theoretical and experiential learning activities. You’ll be strongly encouraged to submit your work to relevant business/innovation competitions (e.g. the Scottish Institute for Enterprise Young Innovators Competition and the New York City Big Idea Innovation Challenge).
This course aims to impart an understanding of the relationship between mankind’s energy use and the environment, at both local and global levels, and to assess the technology options for the future.
Provides an overview of industry and give students an understanding of the industry environment as well as the types of roles they would/could undertake. Explains the role and responsibility of the engineering profession and individual engineer.
This class will explain the main activities carried out in a modern shipyard and critically examine the role of management service departments. You’ll learn about the basic principles of modern shipyard layout and rationalisation, steel production and outfitting methods.
“Explores the Knowledge of the four forces (Quantum Physics, Relativity, Cosmology and Nonlinearity) and of the elementary particles associated to them.
Communication and Media Theory in an International Context offers advanced study of a range of media and communication theories and their application across a number of international contexts. All classes will explore a diverse range of media texts and contexts, including: social media platforms; digital technologies (e.g. fitbits, smart cities, game consoles, satnavs); and everyday practices in communication (e.g. dating, consumer culture, work, surveillance). The module will think critically through the social, cultural, political, economic and ontological implications of media and communication and how these may affect individuals, communities and the world we all live in.