The Development and Quality Improvement of Semarang State University Project, Indonesia

  • Project No.
    IND 0152, 0153 and 0154
  • Location
    Semarang (Central Java)
  • Start of project
    2010
Overview

The Development and Quality Improvement of Semarang State University Project specifically aims to improve the access, quality and relevance of the Semarang State University (SSU) through rehabilitating, constructing and equipping the existing and new facilities/infrastructure, as well as curriculum and skills development programs.

The project is aligned with the IDB Vision 1440H and the Bank’s Comprehensive Human Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy (CHDPRS). The project is part of the Education and Skills Development Pillar of the Member Country Partnership Strategy (MCPS) (2011-2015) for Indonesia. It is also consistent with the Indonesia Medium Term Development Plan 2010-2014, of which the 7th pillar aims at enhancing the quality of human resources, in order to increase productivity.

It will improve the access to the university through the construction of 13 new buildings, as well as the support infrastructure, such as water storage, electricity connectivity, IT infrastructure, drainage and roads.

The project also improves the quality and relevance of the university through academic curriculum development, skills development (training) and the acquisition of equipment. The SSU collaborates with the Ministry of National Education to implement curriculum development. Selected lecturers will have the opportunity to pursue their Doctorate degrees in four areas, namely informatics, science, higher education administration and engineering while local trainings will also be conducted.

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