English Course Batch 2 and 3 Has Started

English Course for supporting staff at the Faculty of Law, Universitas Islam Indonesia for Batch 2 and Batch 3 has started. “We want all the supporting staff have capability to speak English. This is a good program to increase our human resource. As well as we also to prepare to be world class university, then we must start to be familiar with English as soon as possible.” explained the Dean of the Faculty of Law at the opening speech, Dr. Abdul Jamil, S.H., M.H.

The English Course contains dynamic material to increase the level of English to be used in office especially in providing the academic services. The material is specifically designed to be learned in around 14 meetings. The lecturer of the English Course is a native speaker from the United States, Christopher Cason, J.D.

“Our supporting staff are actually understand the basic communication in English. But now their English level must be increased. We do hope that this programme is routinely be held at our campus especially for all the supporting staff.” said Dodik Setiawan Nur Heriyanto, SH, MH, LLM, PhD as the Chief of the English Course Committee.


English for Academic Staf (Batch 1) just Finished

Congratulations to the first batch of our staff-students, learning English to prepare for the AUN QA accreditation, on successful completion of their English Course. The course took place over two months and 21 hours of instruction in speaking, listening, reading, and writing. All of the participants demonstrated enthusiasm for the program.  Due to this enthusiasm, the first phase of this program was a resounding success. The teacher of the English Course is our native lecturer, Christopher C. Cason.

The participants, regardless of their previous English language training or skill level, acted fearlessly to increase their abilities.  They faced a wide range of activities, including written exercises in technical grammar, role plays to increase their fluency, and presentations to their peers; demonstrating a great deal of confidence.  This confidence was constantly tested and on display as the participants stepped up and tacked each task.  Even more impressive, they demonstrated consistent progress despite getting almost no instruction in the Indonesian language.  It was a true English immersion course with a native English speaker and the students embraced the challenge.  Their confidence and commitment will pay off as essential contributions to the upcoming accreditation of the UII Faculty of Law.