Along with her nine classmates, Than Le Minth Thao attended the closing ceremony of Darmasiswa Program year 2016/2017 at Kampung Laut, Semarang. Tran personally very proud to study at UNNES. She felt that she has been gaining so much knowledge and experience while staying at UNNES.
“UNNES has been a very great place for me to study and to develop myself, and I will be forever grateful that I could be here. The best thing is that I have so many friends right now and I really like spending time with them.” Said Tran.
Besides Tran Le Minh Thao (Vietnam), there were nine other students that were Keisuke Yoshizaki (Japan), Daniela Ficova (Slovakia), Johanna Ernst (Germany), Ankita Chakraborty (India), Choi Jihye (South Korea), Lee Joeseb (South Korea), Ramiadrarinirin A Riantoa (Madagascar), Randrianirina Linjo (Madagascar), and Tanjonirina Hasina Jhonny (Madagascar).
As the coordinator of Darmasiswa at UNNES, Yusro Edy Nugroho explained that last year UNNES accepted ten students for Darmasiswa.
“They have attended lectures at UNNES for two semesters and learned about Bahasa Indonesia and Indonesian cultures especially Javanese culture including Batik, Dance, Painting, Gamelan and learn how to sing Javanese traditional songs” stated Yusro. The closing ceremony was also attended by the vice rector of planning and partnership of UNNES,YL. Sukestiyarno and The chairperson of UNNES’ International Office, Intan Permata Hapsari.
After finishing the Darmasiswa program, the students are planning to travel all over Indonesia to understand the diversity of Indonesian culture
On Selasa, 23 Mei 2017 | 05:40 WIB