Humas (07/29) | Friday, July 26, 2019, the Maastricht Faculty of Law, The Netherlands and the Faculty of Law UNAIR collaborated in the Orange Knowledge Program in collaboration with 5 PTN Law Faculties to advance legal education to produce graduates who possessed legal skills as well as ethics and integrity. The five PTN Law Faculties are Trunojoyo Madura University, Halu Oleo University, Nusa Cendana University, Borneo University and Mulawarman University. In the collaborative meeting at the Faculty of Law of UNAIR on July 23, 2019, the Dean of FH UNAIR, Nurul Barizah, Ph.D said that the Faculty of Law UNAIR also wanted to advance together with other UNAIR Faculty of Laws, especially those in remote areas, so that they could contribute broad to produce quality graduates of the Faculty of Law in accordance with the vision and mission of each institution. Nurul Barizah, Ph.D also added that in this OKP program UNAIR wants to expand the benefits of the program carried out with Maastricht so that the quality of education especially graduates produced can meet certain competencies evenly.
In the meeting that took place after the lunch, the Deans and Representatives of Five Law Faculties thanked UNAIR for the invitation to collaborate and found this program to be very useful. Dean of the Faculty of Law of Nusa Cendana University, Dr. Yorhan Yohanis Nome, said that this program would be very helpful for the development of resource capacity in the Faculty that he was leading. He hoped that the implementation of this program could be more detailed so that FH UNDANA was also actively involved in this program. The same thing was also conveyed by Dr. Mahendra, Dean of FH Mulawarman University and Prof. Nunuk Nuswardani, Dean of the Trunojoyo University of Madura. Both also stated that this would have a positive impact on the institution in terms of international recognition. Meanwhile Dr. Rosa Ristawati, OKP Program Coordinator stated that this collaboration was a commitment of UNAIR Faculty of Law who had received a Grant from NUFFIC, where the 5 Faculties were “dissemination partners”, who were expected to receive program benefits through assessment, training and other aspects in accordance with the scope program. This program will last until the end of 2021 and after that its impact on the world of legal education can be measured.