Capilano University signs agreement with Udayana University in Indonesia
Capilano University has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Udayana University in Indonesia to advance collaboration between the two institutions.
Capilano University President Paul Dangerfield and Dr. A. A. Raka Sudewi, rector and professor of Udayana University in Denpasar, Bali, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to advance collaboration between the two institutions. The goal is to enhance opportunities for field studies, exchange, research and project activities.
The agreement provides unique opportunities to share and learn from each institution’s skills, knowledge and perspectives. Udayana University was established in 1962, and is the first and oldest university in Bali, Indonesia. It has two campuses: one in the heart of Bali in the city of Denpasar, and one in Indonesia’s international tourism business area, Bukit Jimbaran. Udayana has 112 programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Udayana University is listed as one of the 50 “Promising Universities of Indonesia” published by the Ministry of Education of Republic Indonesia, out of nearly 2,500 higher education institutions around the country.
Submitted by: President's Office