One of the major steps was taken by Widyatama University and the Indonesian Television Journalists Association (IJTI) in West Java by holding a memorandum of understanding / MoU.
Prof. H. Obsatar Sinaga said that this was one of the first steps to support the establishment of a communications department on campus.
“We plan to establish a communications department. Next year already abroad. Now it has been uploaded at the Ministry of National Education,” explained Prof. Obi, the familiar name for the Rector of Widyatama, Thursday (11/28/2019) after the event that took place in the seminar room on the sixth floor, Widyatama Campus, Bandung.
He also explained that there was already a Faculty of Visual Communication Design on his campus that had a direct line with the work of journalists, including layout design and others.
“If that happens, cooperation will be shifted towards efforts to become a media for Widyatama students in journalistic practices,” said Prof. Obi.
The Widyatama University also offered members of IJTI and members of the press, who would continue to study master and doctoral levels.
“For those who have not continued to the magister program and doctoral program, (next year already / 2020), may continue at Widyatama,” said Prof. Obi.
In the near future after conducting the MoU, on December 9, 2019, Widyatama University and West Java IJTI will hold a public discussion / seminar.
The plan will be to present competent figures in the field of radicalism and terrorism, held at the Widyatama Multipurpose Building Jalan Cikutra No 204 A.
Inviting all members of the press, hundreds of students and lecturers.
It is important to know that Widyatama University has previously collaborated with IJTI. With the signing of the MoU, making future steps overshadowed by the right legal umbrella for both parties