State Universities Fail to Fulfill SBMPTN Quota Based on Regulations

Posted on March 18, 2013

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Media Indonesia, Page 21 (2)

A number of state universities have failed to abide by the government’s rules on the setting of selection quotas for the Combined State University Selection Test (SBMPTN). In fact, there are a number of state universities that have exceeded their quotas. According to Akhmaloka, the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) did not have a separate entrance test. Because of that, he said, of its quota of 3,500 students, 1,500 places were reserved for students who took the SBMPN, while the remaining 60% were for students who gained admission by invitation or by sitting the SNMPTN.

The rules governing the 2013 SBMPTN require state universities to allocated 30% of their quotas[j1] . Registration for the SBMPTN runs from 13 May to 7 June 2013.


 [j1]Allocate 30% of their quotas to what? Students who sit the SBMPTN?

State Universities Fail to Fulfill SBMPTN Quota Based on Regulations

State Universities Fail to Fulfill SBMPTN Quota Based on Regulations

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