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BangkokThe Faculty of Law (FH) of Jambi University (Unja) expanded its collaboration by collaborating with Faculty of Law, Rangsit University, Thailand (24/10). The collaboration is focused on the Short Course from each institution.

Dean of Faculty of Law, Dr. Helmi, S.H., M.H. in his statement said that the collaboration built was the initiation of the Faculty of Law towards the World Class Entrepreunership University which is in line with Unja’s Vision Mission. “The agreed points include visiting professor, joint research and internship for both parties,” Helmi said.

Meanwhile, Dean of the Faculty of Law Rangsit University, Thailand Prof. Vicha Mahakun accompanied by Asean Studies Director Prof. Prasit Aeka Putra and Dr. Thanes Sucharikul welcomed the collaboration in the two institutions

Not only with Rangsit University, Faculty of Law Unja also signed a collaboration that had previously been established with Thammasat University.

“Alhamdulillah, we also had a very deep discussion with the Dean of FH Thammasat, Prof. Udom Rathamrit who was accompanied by Prof. Narong Jaiharn is again willing to continue the collaboration in the field of academic collaboration with us next year, “said Deputy Dean for General and Financial Affairs, Retno Kusniati, S.H., M. Hum.In addition, in an effort to expand the network of cooperation in education and research, the Team also held meetings with various agencies in Thailand including the Justice Ministry and also discussed and shared experiences with leaders and staff from The Central Juvenile and Family Court, Bangkok and in touch with Chaleremprakit University represented by Asst. Prof. Dr. Puchong Senanuch.

“We also explored one of the Ministries responsible for the criminal justice system in the Kingdom and assisted the Royal Thai police in carrying out drug abuse and victim protection policy systems, namely the Ministry of Justice” Ujar Hafrida, SH, MH, Deputy Dean for Student Affairs who also also accompanied the Unja Faculty of Law’s group.

The activities of the Unja FH Team were closed by making a visit to the Indonesian Embassy in Bangkok which was received directly by the Education Attache Prof. Dr. Mustari, M.Pd

“From this productive conversation resulted in a number of good agreements including the opportunity for Unja Faculty of Law students to be able to work directly in the Indonesian Embassy in Bangkok, Thailand” Close the Dean.


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