Location: Republic of Indonesia (Jakarta City)
On February 11th, 2016, the PERSADA-HU Collaboration Project Center was established at the headquarters of the Association of Indonesian Alumni from Japan (PERSADA), which is located on the campus of Darma Persada University (UNSADA) in Jakarta City of the Republic of Indonesia.
PERSADA, founded in 1963 by former Indonesian international students in Japan, is an organization hoping to bring the two countries closer together by building relationships of friendship. UNSADA, the affiliated university, was created in 1986 by PERSADA in order to contribute to Indonesia’s development through study abroad experiences in Japan.
In attendance at the opening ceremony, among others, were Mitsuo Ochi, President of Hiroshima University, Dr. Ir. Ginandjar Kartasasmita, Advisor to PERSADA (also External Councilor of HU’s Administrative Council), and Dr. H. Dadang Solihin, Rector of UNSADA.
With the opening of this center, it is hoped that the creation of networking events and other activities by Indonesia’s alumni associations, as well as academic exchanges between UNSADA and Hiroshima University, will flourish even further.
Establishment of the Center (From Left: President Ochi, Dr. Ginandjar, and Executive and Vice President Sato)
The 4th Japanese Essay Speech Contest held in Indonesia (Dec. 2019)
President Tri Mardjoko from Darma Persada University visits HU (Jul. 2019)
HU-UNSADA Inter-university Exchange Kickoff Meeting (Japanese page) (Feb. 2019)
HU visits Hasanuddin University and Darma Persada University (Feb. 2019)
The 3rd Japanese Essay Speech Contest was held in Indonesia (Oct. 2018)
The 2nd Japanese Essay Speech Contest was held in Indonesia (Oct. 2017)
Rector Dadang Solihin of Darma Persada University, Indonesia, visits HU (Mar. 2017)
PERSADA-HU Collaboration Project Center has been opened (Feb. 2016)
Signing of an Academic Exchange Agreement with Darma Persada University (Sep. 2013)
Hiroshima University Awards Honorary Doctorate Degree to Mr. Hasan Rahaya, Former Student from Southeast Asia who Survived the Atomic Bomb (Mar. 2013)
Hiroshima University Fair held in three major Indonesian cities and the Indonesia Alumni Associations established (Dec. 2011)