Univesitas Muhammadiyah Prof. Dr. Hamka of Indonesia signs on with MonsoonSIM  

Creator : Krystle Pong | Last edited: 2020-Feb-01

MonsoonSIM welcomes Universitas Muhammadiyah Prof. Dr. Hamka as the newest university in Indonesia to sign-on to the platform. Muhammadiyah Prof. Dr. Hamka is the fifth of the "Muhammadiyah Community University" to adopt MonsoonSIM into its curriculum. 

CEO and founder, Abdy Taminsyah, was recently in Jakarta, Indonesia to meet the university’s management as well as to sign the MOU to officiate this milestone. Universitas Muhammadiyah Prof. Dr. Hamka was represented by Mr. Faizal Ridwan Zamzany as Head of Faculty of Economics and Business. Witnessing the signing ceremony were members of the faculty as well as MonsoonSIM Indonesia team.

Mr. Zamzany has shown very positive reactions to MonsoonSIM since it was introduced to him. He sees MonsoonSIM as a very unique and interesting platform in engaging his students, and is confident that the implementation of MonsoonSIM in the can boost the knowledge and employability of his students. 

MonsoonSIM is a highly flexible platform for teaching business studies which can be adapted to the specific requirements of any curriculum, as required by the lecturer. Following this event, in early November, the “Train the Trainers” session will be conducted with faculty members to familiarise them with the platform and its many functions to enable them to best implement MonsoonSIM in their classrooms.

The “Muhammadiyah Community University” has over 30 universities across Indonesia under its  cluster of tertiary education institutions. Other institutes of from the Muhammadiyah Community University which have already integrated MonsoonSIM as part of their curriculum are Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, Muhammadiyah Surabaya, Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo and Muhammadiyah Gresik. 

MonsoonSIM looks forward to partnering with more members of the Muhammadiyah Community University across Indonesia in the future and make its experiential learning platform accessible to more Indonesian students. 

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