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The Pancasila (Spirited) University

Universities that do not open up for differences are not universities. In the context of Indonesia, universities that value differences in opinions, identities, and values ​​should be referred to as Pancasila (Spirited) Universities. However, considering the tendency in Perguruan Tinggi / universities (PT) – especially state-owned universities – today, Sulistyowati Irianto …

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Continuing the Struggle to Conquer Denali

The Women of Indonesia’s Seven Summits Expedition of Mahitala Unpar (WISSEMU) will continue its journey to the highest peak in North America, namely Mount Denali in Alaska. The commencing ceremony was held on Friday (9/6) at the Arntz-Geisse Learning Center (PPAG) of Parahyangan Catholic University (Unpar), to be continued with a press …

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Celebrating The Birth of Pancasila

The basic philosophy of the Indonesian state is none other than Pancasila (The Five Principles). This is in harmony with its name derived from Sanskrit, panca , meaning five, and sila means principle or precepts . The five Principles/Precepts are contained in the preamble of the 1945 Constitution which is the source of all sources of law. Pancasila and …

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FTIS Unpar Students Team Achieved Two Predicates at MCM 2017 Event

Two teams of students from the Physics, Mathematics and Information Technology Study Program of Parahyangan Catholic University (Unpar) have once again gained prideful international achievement in Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM) 2017. A team consisting of Muhammad Arifin Dobson (Physics), Dini Widiana (Physics) and Arvin Cansius (Mathematics) won the title of ” Honorable Mention” in the …

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Unpar’s Cooperation with Universities in the Philippines

Universitas di Filipina

Parahyangan Catholic University (Unpar) visited three universities in the Philippines from 22 to 23 May 2017. This visit aims to discuss the possibility of cooperation in the field of exchange programs such as the Short Term Student Mobility Program, Student Exchange Program (semester based program), and Faculty Mobility Program . Dr. Budi Husodo Bisowarno as Vice Rector for Research, Community …

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Internship in Embassy, Diplomat Style

International Relations (HI) is often synonymous with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Foreign Ministry) , diplomats, politics, and travelling abroad. Because the scope of knowledge is relatively wide, a number of HI students often become journalists, entrepreneurs, members of non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and others. However, their most common dream is to become an ambassador or …

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A Visit From Warmadewa University Bali

Universitas Warmadewa

Warmadewa University Bali visited Parahyangan Catholic University (Unpar) in the framework of comparative study.  Unpar Rector’s Mangadar Situmorang Ph.D welcomed the entire entourage in the Operation Room , Building 0 at the Unpar’s Rectorate on Friday (2/6). The delegation consisted of the Rectors, three Vice Rectors, four Faculty Deans, and a number of staff of …

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Farewell Ceremony of ACICIS Program Students

Program ACICIS

The Office of International Affairs and Cooperation (KIK) Parahyangan Catholic University (Unpar) held a farewell ceremony for students involved in the Australian Consortium In-Country Indonesia Studies (ACICIS) program at Arion Swiss-Belhotel, Bandung on Friday (26/5). ACICIS is a program aimed at students from Australia to study at Unpar through the International Relations Program or West Java …

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The Legal Nature of Pancasila

Hukum Pancasila

“Justice without might is helpless; Might without justice is tyrannical “ (Blaise Pascal, 1941) The reform wheel that was turned 19 years ago has still not shown the transformation of nation and state life into a better direction, except ensuring freedom in various aspects. This is very demonstrative and visibly shown by various sad phenomena. For example, …

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