Umsida.ac.id - In an effort to improve the quality of superior campuses, University of Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo (Umsida) continues to collaborate with various campuses abroad. One of them is the student transfer credit program carried out by the Faculty of Islamic Religion (FAI) with Sultan Zainal Abidin University University. The handover program for students of the Umsida transfer credit program was held at (UnisZa), Thursday (12/9). In the event Umsida students were welcomed by UnisZa representatives Prof. Dr. Moh Afandi Muhammad (Leaders of the Naib Counselor), Professor Dato 'Dr. Hassan Basri bin Awang (Naib Counselor), and Prof. Dr. Abdul Hakim bin Abdullah as the Dean of the Faculty of Islamic Studies.
For one semester, three FAI students namely, Dewi mukarromah from the Islamic Education Study Program, Nabilah Nailah Rahmah from the Arabic Language Study Program and Shahla Riyahi Idris Arabic Language Study Program will study at the Unisza Islamic Contemporary Study Study Faculty. From Umsida the three of them were accompanied by the FAI dean Dr. Istikomah M Ag and the Head of PAI Imam Fauji Lc M Pd. Aside from accompanying the three students, Umsida was honored to fill the symposium with the title Internship in Science and Religion at the University in UnisZa. Representing Umsida in the symposium was Dr. Istikomah M Ag who acted as the keynote speaker at the ceremony organized by the Faculty of Islamic Studies of the Islamic Contemporaries at Sultan Zainal Abidin University (UnisZa). Dr Istikomah M Ag, dean of FAI appreciated this transfer credit program, "I am quite proud because, there were Umsida ambassadors for study abroad and students were very touched by the welcome of the ranks of the Rector and Deans very well." She said. During their studies at UnisZa, students of FAI Umsida received educational assistance of 15,000 RM from the Kingdom of Malaysia
In addition to accompanying students, the agenda of Umsida's arrival at UnisZa this time was to sign a memorandum of understanding on the exchange of students between universities and symposiums.