February 26, 2024

IULI Students qualified for national level May Bank Go Ahead Challenge 2016

Four semester 2 IULI bachelor’s degree students, Raditya Ramaganesha Djuliardhie – Management 2015, Stephanie Sherryl Mailangkay – International Business Admisnistration 2015, Giovanni Henggar Setyantoro – Aviation Engineering 2015 and Teddy Matthew – Aviation Engineering 2015 qualified for national level May Bank Go Ahead Challenge 9MGAC), which was held on Monday, May 16, 2016. These 4 students will next compete at the national level against students from various universities and colleges in Indonesia.

The MGAC is an annual talent-search program to test the students’ limit physically, mentally, psychologically, intellectually and ethically. The various challenges include cognitive skills, leadership, teamwork, communication, integrity and personal growth, which are tested via amazing race games, CSR programs, strategy-based games, marketing pitch and many others. Students’ competencies are, undoubtedly, stretched around strategy, behavior, and general knowledge.

“We all should be proud in recognizing their achievement. Although they are still in semester 2, these students can surely surpass others from more advanced semesters, including some participants from master’s-degree programs regionally. Though arriving at the competition as underdog, these students excellent! To say the least, this is such an objective measurement to indicate that what we all have done thus far is on the right track,”” said Samuel Anantadjaya, the Dean of the Faculty of Business and Social Sciences.

IULI Students qualified for national level May Bank Go Ahead Challenge 2016

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