Aptisi Questions Regulation on Filial Classes

Posted on February 18, 2013


Media Indonesia, Page 21 (1)

The Association of Indonesian Private Universities (Aptisi) has raised questions about a recent regulation by the Ministry of Education and Culture that banned universities from organizing long distance classes. The association complained that the regulation, stipulated in the Higher Education Director General’s Circular Letter No. 1017/E/T/2011, has been discriminately implemented with private universities being the ones put at a disadvantage. The ministry’s Director General of Higher Education, Djoko Santoso, and Director of Institutional Affairs and Cooperation, Achmad Jazidie, both denied the accusations, saying that the ban and the sanctions applied for both state and private universities.

Aptisi Questions Regulation on Filial Classes

Aptisi Questions Regulation on Filial Classes

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