Wednesday (13/03), at Hall Entrepreneurship Building 4th floor, FEB Undip celebrates the 59th anniversary. On this anniversary, the Minister of Research, Technology and Higher Education (Menristekdikti) of the Republic of Indonesia, Prof. H. Muhammad Nasir, Ph.D., AK delivered a scientific speech with the theme “Impact of the Industrial Revolution 4.0 on Higher Education in Indonesia”. This event was opened directly by the Vice Chancellor II for Resources, Dr. Darsono, S.E., Akt., MBA and was also attended by Dr. Suharnomo., S.E., M.Sc. as Dean of FEB Undip, Secretary General of the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education Prof. Ainun Na’im, Ph.D M.B.A as well as professors and other invited guests.
In his speech, Minister Nasir revealed many things about the challenges of higher education in the future due to the industrial revolution 4.0 such as increasing the human development index and the need for cutting organizational structures at the university level, establishing new future-oriented study programs and giving advice to universities to provide new breakthroughs in the field of education. terms of study program. He also advised that universities could print students into creative entrepreneurs and contribute to the development of the nation’s resources.
In addition to the scientific speech delivered by the Minister of Research, Technology and Higher Education, the event was continued with a panel discussion which was delivered directly by the Chancellor of the National University, Jakarta, represented by the Vice Chancellor I of the National University Prof. Dr. Iskandar Fitri, ST., MT. and Prof. Jang Youn Cho, Ph.D from Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Korea with the theme Management of Higher Education in the Industrial Revolution Era 4.0
Prof. Cho explained the difference between higher education in Korea and Indonesia, he also explained about the management of higher education in Korea which is expected to be implemented in Indonesia. Prof. Iskandar also emphasized the impacts of the 4.0 industrial revolution and the preparation of higher education towards the 5.0 industrial revolution, namely where the Internet of Things and the Internet of Humans are correlated.