Jakarta – After the Pertamina University Entrance Examination for the January 2019 period is successful conducted, Pertamina University has since re-conducted the March 2019 Entrance Examination on Sunday, March 24, 2019. The exams were held simultaneously in 11 (eleven) major cities that consist of Banda Aceh, Medan, Palembang, Jakarta, Bandung, Cirebon, Yogyakarta, Semarang, Surabaya, Balikpapan and Makassar.
In the Pertamina University Entrance Examination for the March 2019 period, prospective students are given the opportunity to apply for an economic scholarship with two types of scholarships that gives students exemption or reduction of tuition fees. This economic scholarship is only available to prospective students who register for the January and March Entrance Exams.
Exam participants can choose four of the 15 study programs at Pertamina University that is adjusted according to individual educational background in high school / vocational / equivalent. There are three categories of examination groups to choose from namely the Natural Sciences, Social Sciences and IPC (Natural + Social Sciences) groups. In addition to educational background, the selection of the exam group is also adjusted to the desired study program that each prospective students have decided to undertake.
2,229 prospective students from all over Indonesia have registered to participate in the Pertamina University Entrance Examination for the March 2019 period. One of the most memorable examinee is Hilari Salamena, she is a student from SMA Negeri 1 Dobo, Aru Islands, Maluku Province that has proudly stated that she strives to contribute to the availability of energy in the future and taking her first step of doing that by registering at Pertamina University.
Vice Rector I for Academic and Student Affairs at Pertamina University, Prof. Dr. Ir. Ichsan Setya Putra stated that Pertamina University is ready to accept prospective students from different backgrounds to be educated and equipped with the knowledge and thinking ability required in order to support the future of energy security in Indonesia.
Prof. Dr. Ir. Ichsan Setya Putra also added that “Not only knowledge and thinking ability, we also emphasize the importance in personal development by creating an environment that instills the value of good attitude and behavior in each and every students. This is so that when they enter the workforce in the future, they not only become experts in their fields, but also have commendable attitudes and behaviors.”