The Jakarta Globe, Page A5 Minister of National Education Muhammad Nuh said donors to universities will be able to claim a tax deduction for their donations under a new bill on higher education currently discussed at the House of Representatives. He said the bill was expected to be issued this year to help universities improve […]
30 Juni 2011, Jakarta Globe pA5 Dewan Perwakilan rakyat (DPR) sedang mengkaji pengurangan pajak pada bantuan untuk perguruan tinggi. Menteri Pendidikan M. Nuh berharap hal tersebut dapat diselesaikan tahun ini.
The Jakarta Post, Page 9 (2) Although many private universities are now offering quality education at a competitive fee, state universities have remained the number one choice for high school graduates due mainly to prestige. Some students and parents were quoted in this article as saying that state university graduates usually get better chance in […]
30 Juni 2011, Jakarta Post p9 (2) Universitas negeri masih menjadi harapan utama siswa dalam memperoleh pendidikan di perguruan tinggi. Siswa berpendapat, lulusan perguruan tinggi negeri akan diprioritaskan oleh perusahaan yang membutuhkan tenaga kerja.
The Jakarta Post, Page 9 (1) Some elementary school graduates in Jakarta may have to opt for private junior high schools since the state-owned ones have only limited seats. More than 65,000 students have so far entered their applications for 61,411 seats offered at state schools, said Jakarta education agency head Taufik Yudi Mulyanto.
30 Juni 2011, Jakarta Post p9 (1) Dinas Pendidikan Jakarta mengatakan, sebanyak 65.000 siswa telah mendaftar di SMP di Jakarta. Sementara kursi yang tersedia hanya 61.411.
The Jakarta Post, Page 4 About 22% of 540,593 participants in this year’s national test for state universities (SNMPTN) have been successful, said Djoko Santoso, Director General for Higher Education at the Ministry of National Education. Of those who did not make it, 154,954 were actually bright students. Smart students who failed in the test […]