FCS UB Dispatched the Community Service Participants for Even Period 2023

The Faculty of Cultural Studies (FCS) Universitas Brawijaya (UB) conducted the inauguration of the 2023 Thematic and Internship Community Service Programme participants on Tuesday (1/10/2023). The participants were students from class 2016 to 2019. The participants were divided into three placement groups which are in Kampung Baru Arema, a Turirejo Village, Lawang, Malang Regency, while…

SMKN 2 Kraksaan: Knowing FCS UB through a Visit

SMK Negeri (State Vocational School) 2 Kraksaan visited the Faculty of Cultural Studies (FCS) Universitas Brawijaya (UB) on Wednesday (12/28/2022). This visit aimed to provide knowledge about the lectures and campus to class XII students of SMK Negeri 2 Kraksaan. About 50 students and seven teachers attended this event. “Thank you for sparing your time…

BIPA: Not Just Teaching “Bahasa Indonesia”

Khilmi Mauliddian, S. Hum., M. Li. BIPA Lecturer, Faculty of Cultural Sciences, Brawijaya University Khilmi (second from the right) with BIPA KNB UB students Learning to love Indonesia, is probably the right term for foreign students who are studying BIPA (Bahasa Indonesia bagi Penutur Asing or Indonesian for Foreign Speakers). The learning process itself is…

DWP FCS Participates in the 60th UB’s Anniversary

DWP FCS in front of the Food Booth   Dharma Wanita Persatuan (DWP) Faculty of Cultural Studies (FCS) also participated in the Healthy Walk & Green Concert for Innovative Actions in the context of Lustrum XII Universitas Brawijaya (UB). This activity was held on Sunday (12/18/2022) in the UB Rectorate’s Field starting at 5.30 a.m….

SPCL’s Dokar Team FCS UB Initiated Collaboration with NTU, NUS, and UM

SPCL FCS UB’s Dokar Team Visits the Chinese Heritage Museum NTU   Study Programme of Chinese Literature (SPCL), Faculty of Cultural Studies (FCS) Universitas Brawijaya (UB) carried out a meeting discussion regarding the curriculum of Chinese Studies at three QS 100 universities in Southeast Asia, Singapore and Malaysia. This activity runs through the 2022 UB…

Visitation to the University of Queensland and the University of Sydney: Three Lecturers of SPEL FCS UB Learn to Increase the Three Pillars of Higher Education in Indonesia

The three representatives of SPEL FCS UB with Professor Heather Zwicker, the Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences UQ and Majella Ferguson, Senior Manager of International Services UQ Lecturers in the Faculty of Cultural Studies Universitas Brawijaya are always encouraged to develop their capacities regarding the Three Pillars of Higher Education. Recently,…

LBEKRAF FCS UB Batik Course Class Attracts Foreign Students’ Interest

Fatmawati, M.Sn. with Students of Batik Course Class from Vietnam Batik is one of the Indonesian cultures which is well-known internationally. We can find batik with a variety of different motifs in several regions. For instance, the Cirebon area is famous for its iconic Mega Mendung, Singa Barong, and Paksinaga Liman; Yogyakarta and Solo are…

DWP FCS UB Raises Funds for the Cianjur Earthquake and Mount Semeru Eruption

Submission of Funds by the Head of DWP FCS UB to YDSF   Dharma Wanita Persatuan (DWP) Faculty of Cultural Studies (FCS) Universitas Brawijaya (UB) has donated social funds for the earthquake disaster in Cianjur City and the eruption of Mount Semeru through YDSF (Al Falah Social Foundation) in the amount of IDR 3,600,000 on…

SP-ELE FCS UB’s Increases International Cooperation through the 2022 Dokar Programme

SP-ELE’s Dokar Team with the Head of Department and Professor at IIUM (Kulliyyah of Education) Study Programme of English Language Education (SP-ELE), Department of Language Education, Faculty of Cultural Studies (FCS) Universitas Brawijaya (UB) is one of the new study programmes that was established in 2014 and has the potential to develop optimally. With a…

FCS UB Develops BIPA Learning Curriculum

  Muhammad Fatoni Rohman, M.Pd. when Giving Presentations   The development of foreign students learning the Indonesian language and culture through the BIPA (Indonesian Language for Foreign Speakers) programme is now even more encouraging. In 2022, according to BIPA data from the Ministry of Education and Culture, there are more than 38 countries in the…