Industrial Partnership Strategy for Vocational Program in Newly Established University

Ardani, Edvi Gracia (2017) Industrial Partnership Strategy for Vocational Program in Newly Established University. In: The 2nd International Conference of Vocational Higher Education 2017, 27-29 Juli 2017, Bali, Indonesia.

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Industrial partnership for a university is no longer a priority but a necessity. The necessity of the partnership is undeniably to follow the trend of what has been the practice in the industry and then as the base of required adjustment in the learning process and the capacity as well as the competency development of the students to meet the industry’s expectation. It is a huge effort for an education institution to adjust their curriculum that meets the requirements and expectation of the industry. Thus, partnership becomes a necessity to solve not all the issues related to the adjustment but also to enhance the quality of education as well as the demand on the human capital for the new era of global market. This research aimed to define the strategy that should be adopted by a newly established university who offers vocational education that provides a strong applied science method of learning to develop the cooperation with the industry. A newly established institution is not having the same condition as a wellestablished university who has trustable credentials to offer to the industry for a partnership. The research method adopted is descriptive from exploring the issues happening in a newly established university, with in depth interview from the practitioners from the vocational education source-persons. The research gives a flow of strategy on how the higher education institution with vocational programs in Indonesia should jump from nothing to establishing partnerships with industrial network in the field that support the learning process to enhance the quality of graduates who meet the required qualifications in the professional network.

Item Type: Proceeding (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: vocational education, industrial partnership, higher education
Subjects: Hotel Business Program
Faculty: Proceeding > Hotel Business Program
Depositing User: Riko Suari
Date Deposited: 14 Nov 2018 03:26
Last Modified: 14 Nov 2018 03:26

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