Salatiga, Central Java, Indonesia

Rector of UIN Salatiga suggests Thai students to become Indonesian Language Teachers

Rector of UIN Salatiga suggests Thai students to become Indonesian Language Teachers

17/01/2023. SALATIGA-Three students from Thailand (Nurufaraai Sueni who is a graduate of Islamic Religious Education study program, Suroya Taleh and Mariam Eadyeesa-i graduates of English Education study program 2022) officially completed their studies at UIN Salatiga. The three of them said goodbye to the Rector of UIN Salatiga, Prof. Zakiyuddin Baidhawy on Monday (16/1).

On this occasion, Prof. Zakiyuddin gave advice to the three of them to become Indonesian teachers. “Alhamdulillah, your study period is over. Upon returning to your home country, you can become an Indonesian teacher. This opportunity is certainly very good considering that there are still not many Indonesian language teachers in Thailand,” he said.

The Rector of UIN Salatiga assessed that by becoming an Indonesian language teacher, UIN Salatiga graduates from Thailand can also help prospective new students who wish to study at UIN Salatiga, “Not only teaching languages, you can also be a bridge for prospective students from Thailand to learn local culture and wisdom of Indonesia, especially Salatiga.”

Prof. Zakiyuddin hopes that the return of UIN Salatiga students from Thailand can increase the interest of prospective international students. “Hopefully success will always be with you all,” he concluded.

The three of them said they were happy to have the opportunity to study at UIN Salatiga. “During studying here, we got a lot of new experiences and knowledge. Thank you to the Rector, the leadership, and the lecturers who have helped a lot,” said Suroya on behalf of his friends.

“Thank you also to all friends who were willing to help us adapt while studying at UIN Salatiga,” added Mariam.

Nurufaraai and her two friends will return to Thailand on Tuesday (26/1). UIN Salatiga will facilitate their return home to Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Tangerang, Banten, West Java. With the return of the three, the remaining three students from Thailand are still studying at UIN Salatiga, with details of one person in the Islamic Religious Education study program, one person in the English Educst study program, and one other person in the Arabic Language and Literature study program. (MFL/ed NHL)

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