Indonesia’s Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) committed to doing collaborations with CTU as reflected in the Memorandum of Understanding signed on April 25th.
The agreement conducted via zoom acknowledged both parties’ areas of concern: innovation, sustainability, community initiatives, and faculty-student mobility.
CTU President Rosein Ancheta Jr. and ITS Rector Mochamad Ashari vowed to strengthen partnership to meet productive ends.
Dr. Ancheta in his speech highlighted the future infusion of industrial research into the deal, apart from leadership and governance.
On behalf of Indonesia’s leading science and technology institute, Dr. Ashari hoped that the MOU, effective for five years, would translate into benefits for both institutions and countries.
ITS is the second institution after Vietnam’s Van Lang University to have partnered with CTU since early this year. Roedel Blanche Suan/CTU Main