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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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Data Processing Training for Nearby Communities

Technology is a tool that can support human labour or tasks to become more effective and efficient. It is unfortunate if the technology is not used to the fullest. The use of technology certainly supports the government’s work program, namely, to serve the community swiftly and accurately. Therefore, civil servants need to have …

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The Future of Accounting and Business in the Digital Age

Akuntansi dan Bisnis

Nowadays, the role of accounting has changed, from mere records or book-keeping to competitive advantage. Therefore, accounting was not spared from technological developments. This role change will have an impact on the business world. In addition, the role of accounting in the future as well as the transformation of the accounting profession should be noted. …

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Three Students Won Management Debate

Parahyangan English Debate Society (PEDs) ranked 3rd in the EURECA Cup organized by the Prasetya Mulya University in Bumi Serpong Damai (BSD) City from Tuesday (28/2) to Friday (3/3). The team consisting of two female students of International Relations (HI) class of 2013, Jeanne Sanjaya and Ancilla Pramudita, and a student …

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“Meet the Alumni” by the Association of HI Unpar

Every alumnus/alumna who HAS passed the course, will surely have close ties with students who are still active active in college. In the 2016-2017 academic year, the Public Relations division of the Students Association of International Relations Study Program  (HMPSIHI) of Parahyangan Catholic University (Unpar) conducted a new work program (proker) …

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Core Skills Should Be Taught By Lecturers To Millenials

The Learning Innovation Center (PIP) of Parahyangan Catholic University (Unpar) has once again held the Core Skills Introductory Course on Monday (13/3) and Tuesday (14/3) in the Operation Room of Building 0, Unpar Rectorate. Working closely with the British Council Indonesia, PIP Unpar invited Unpar lecturers to participate in discussing the activities designed to …

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