Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Disjointed Programme?

Well, it's not the best kept secret anymore, apparently. Our compatriot from Bandung has been concerned about the inconsistency of their Jogjakarta counterpart, especially about the curriculum. And now, the question is: should the joint programme, currently in the fourth batch, be dismissed? After all, this program is already disjointed since the first batch, no continuation abroad, no synchronization between colleges, confusing curriculum, unbalanced theses, and finally undistinguished diploma from the comparable regular program. In short, the joint programme is disjointed and doomed from the beginning, when the entire first batch could not make it to Germany as students. And three batches later, nothing has changed, nor improved from the initial situations. Well, at least we could make it through, safe and sound (well, most of us did).