University of Muhammadiyah YogyakartaUniversity of Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta (UMY) is one of the 171 higher education institutions set up by the Muhammadiyah Organisation, the second largest socio-religious organisation in Indonesia. Established in 1981, the university is committed to playing an important role in improving the quality of human resources in science, technology, arts and humanities. It aims to produce Muslim graduates with high moral values, competence, confidence and ability to develop knowledge and technology as well as being beneficial to people, nation and humanity.
UMY has seven faculties with around 700 academic and administrative staff, and about 13,000 students. The seven faculties are Islamic Studies, Economic, Law, Social and Political Sciences, Medicine and Public Health, Agriculture, and Engineering. The university runs both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
UMY also runs the Muhammadiyah Polytechnic (PMY) on its campus that offers diploma courses in applied accounting, electro-medical engineering and mechanical engineering.
University of Pembangunaan Nasional “Veteran” JogjakartaUniversity of Pembangunan Nasional “Veteran” Yogyakarta (UPN “Veteran” Yogyakarta) is one of the leading private universities in Yogyakarta.
The University is under the Foundation of Education and Housing, owned by the Department of Defense, Republic of Indonesia. Established in 1958, it has five faculties, namely Mineral Technology, Agriculture, Industrial Technology, Economics and Social and Political Sciences. It offers both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and has an enrolment of about 12,000 students.
UPN “Veteran” Yogyakarta’s motto is “Widya Mwat Yasa” meaning that Science that is acquired is utilized and dedicated towards the development of a just and prosperous Indonesian society based on Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution. The values of UPN “Veteran” Yogyakarta consists of a spirit to carry out duties and functions with discipline, endurance, creativity, nationalism, and excellence.
Danang University of Science TechnologyDanang University of Science Technology (DUT) is a member of University of Danang. DUT has its roots in the former Danang Higher Education Institute that was established in 1975. DUT is now one of the three leading technological universities in Vietnam that has a responsibility to educate engineers as well as managers at advanced levels. DUT is also a scientific research and technology transfer center playing an important role in developing and applying advanced technologies in order to industrialize and modernize the country, especially in the central coastal and central highlands region.
In more than 40 years, DUT has produced thousands of engineers, managers and teachers in the field of technology, which reinforces its position in the Vietnamese educational system. DUT continues to expand its scope of undergraduate and postgraduate education, building facilities, enhancing staff’s ability, and innovating teaching goals, programs and methods. The number of co-operative undergraduate and postgraduate programs with overseas universities is also increasing, which enables many students to access world-class training programs. Currently, DUT has established collaborations with more than 50 universities, centres, research institutes and educational organizations in over 20 countries in the world, taking part in many international university networks. Through international collaborations, many DUT teachers and students have had opportunities to go overseas for study and research every year.
Duy Tan UniversityDuy Tan University is located in the heart of sunny Danang, on the Pacific Ocean. The university has steadily developed, sharing its ambition with the city to create a bustling, modern, international metropolis. Founded by the decree of the Prime Minister of Vietnam on the November 11th, 1994, Duy Tan University is the first and the largest private, multidisciplinary and diversified institution in Central Vietnam.
For nearly 20 years, thanks to its great efforts, DTU has made steady progress in education and training. Duy Tan University has enrolled 700 students in 8 Graduate courses, 56,000 in 19 Undergraduate and Associate Bachelor’s Degree programs, 1.000 students in Vocational programs and 12,000 students in Junior high school programs.
Duy Tan University offers a wide range of academic programs, including Information Technology, Electronics and Telecommunications, Business Management, Construction, Finance and Banking, Accounting, Tourism, International Relations, Foreign Languages, Literature and Journalism, Cultural Tourism and so on. Through its 16 graduate courses, DTU has fueled the local labor market with a total of 45,000 graduates and post-graduates so far. Over 89% of graduates are employed immediately upon graduation. This rate is even higher, at 100%, for DTU Software Technology graduates.
In addition, with the slogan: "Partnering with Giants”, Duy Tan University has gradually expanded partnerships with many well-known universities around the world. These include Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), one of the top four American universities in IT, Pennsylvania State University (PSU), one of the top three universities in Business Management and Hospitality and Tourism, and California State University, CSU Fullerton and Cal Poly, one of the top five American public universities in Civil Engineering and Architecture on the West Coast.
Mindanao University of Science and TechnologyMindanao University of Science and Technology (MUST) is a state university located in Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City, Northern Mindanao. It is a few kilometers away from one of the Philippines’ fastest growing industrial and agricultural sites, and right beside the city’s commercial district.
The University shall primarily provide advanced education, higher technological, professional instruction and advanced instruction in mathematics, science, technology, engineering, and advanced research and extension work in human resource development in critical skills and competencies required for global competitiveness. (Republic Act 9519)
The Mindanao University of Science and Technology (MUST) is one of the country’s leading providers of scientific and technological knowledge and skills.
The University Mission
The University shall primarily provide advanced education, higher technological, professional and advanced instruction in mathematics, science, technology, engineering, and advanced research and extension work in human resource development in critical skills and competencies required for global competitiveness.
The University’s Core Values
Total quality management
Cebu Normal UniversityCebu Normal University's (CNU) history began with the establishment in 1902 of Cebu Normal School as a provincial branch of Philippine Normal School. With the passage of R.A. No. 5128 in 1967, Cebu Normal School was renamed Cebu Normal College. In 1976, it was converted into a state college by virtue of P.D. No. 944. On June 27, 1998, the higher education institution (then called Cebu State College) attained university status and was named Cebu Normal University (CNU) pursuant to R.A. No. 8688. CNU has campuses in Medellin and Balamban.
CNU responds to the challenge of ensuring inclusive growth and alleviating poverty through relevant and quality tertiary education. It promotes economic productivity and innovation through advanced education research. The university engages the community by providing relevant and timely technical advisory extension services.
CNU, in partnership with Singapore Polytechnic, seized the first opportunity to leverage design thinking by offering E-HELP (Education, Health, Environment, Livelihood, and Peace) Design Thinking Laboratory for Caputatan Norte, Medellin from September 6- 19, 2015. This was followed by a second project implemented on April 3-16, 2016 where another set of CNU and SP students from various disciplines co-created innovative solutions to meet the challenges of optimizing CNU’s learning space, promoting higher education learning culture and tapping learning resource technologies.
Chitralada Vocational SchoolChitralada was founded by His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Her Majesty Queen Sirikit in 1955. The school began in a room in Amporn Palace and later moved to Chitralada Villa. Chitralada School has the great privilege of being built within grounds of the palace of their Majesties the King and Queen. The staff and students regard it as an honour to work here.
To help His Majesty the King, in 1983 Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn became the Royal Director of the school. Her Royal Highness has since then taken the school under her personal patronage.
Chitralada Vocational School is located in buildings 604 and 605 within the grounds of Sanam Seua Pa. The school was founded in 2004 by Thanpuying Angkab Punyashthiti at the request of H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.
H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn felt that the school could expand further, and this would give students with an interest in vocational knowledge a chance to develop their skills. It was also H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn’s wish that the vocational school’s curriculum should be specially designed for that school. The first priority for Chitralada vocational students is that they will be provided with the training and skills needed for a particular job or profession.
Chitralada Vocational School offers seven vocational programs as follows:
- Computers in Business
- Retail Business Management
- Electrical Power
- Food and Nutrition
- Automotive Specification
Singapore PolytechnicSingapore Polytechnic was set up on 27 October 1954, making it the very first polytechnic to be established in Singapore.
Singapore Polytechnic started out right in the heart of the financial district. Today, the polytechnic is located strategically in Dover Road - in the educational belt and science hub in the western part of Singapore. Our graduates have contributed significantly to Singapore's economic and industrial growth and many are now well-known entrepreneurs. Others hold positions of responsibility and leadership in industry, business and in public organisations.
We may be the oldest Polytechnic but the pioneering spirit is kept very much alive. Look around our campus. We are constantly refurbishing the buildings and facilities to ensure that they are up to date and well equipped for training students in the new industries and emerging technologies.
The change and development is not limited to the physical. Our underlying philosophy and leadership provide the direction for our vision.