Following the preceding articles about the most common studying abroad mistakes, here comes the last 2 mistakes student prone on doing while attending international program outside of Indonesia. 9. Only Travels in Groups “One travels more usefully when alone, because he reflects more.” – Thomas Jefferson It sounds wonderful to take the journey… continue reading →
During the 4 years of college, it would be wonderful to add student exchange into the list of achieved things. If not student exchange, summer program or joint/double degree might be another possible options. Whichever it will be, it is a sure choice that will add spice to your resume. However, international program does not… continue reading →
Following last week’s post on common mistakes student usually do when studying abroad, here are the other 3 things you need to avoid for better journey. 3. Hangs in Your Comfort Zone “When you travel, remember that a foreign country is not designed to make you comfortable…but to make its own people comfortable.” –… continue reading →
Your semester studying abroad is bound to be one of the best time in your life, so DON’T mess it up! It’s an unfortunate reality that you might do the occasional dopey thing while studying abroad, like attempting to travel overland without your passport or packing sweaters for July in Japan without realizing its going to be… continue reading →
Following the Art of Napping part 1, here is the part 2 for you to be the Nap Master! XD As Petra People already know that there are 5 kinds of nap. The Power Nap (10-20 mins), The NASA Nap (26 mins), The Slow-wave Sleep Nap (60 mins), and The Full Sleep Cycle Nap… continue reading →
KANI, Korea paid us a long visit to set up the network, CPUs, and King Sejong Institute’s new classroom at C building. We had 2 sessions of training to get to know the e-board and technology better. Thank you for visiting us!
Maybe many Petra People know already that our 7th President, Mr Joko Widodo, likes to spend 5 to 10 minutes to sleep in between works to rest his headache and regain his concentration. Some of you might wonder, how such a few minutes of sleep could do so much to a person. Well, it could!… continue reading →
We were visited by our partner from UK, Sheffield Hallam University. Thank you for sharing your knowledge on Global Engagement Strategy, Prof Eccleston. The undergraduate and postgraduate info books were the cherry on top!
Being a college student is challenging enough with all the demanding papers and exams, no need to make your college life any harder by tripping over fiasco after fiasco from dawn to dusk. BAKP Petra has shared some tips on the previous article and today we will share 5 simple yet unexpected hacks to simplify… continue reading →
Do you have friends who spend class time doodling pictures of their classmates? They are “The Picasso” friends! Tag you Picasso classmates (and ask them to doodle you)!