CQU “on-track” for an Indonesian campus

The university nominates a Sumatran city

CQU “remains on track to be among the first Australian universities to establish a fully-fledged university campus in Indonesia.”

The university states it has “sights set” on a “presence” in the north Sumatran capital, Medan which has a Brisbane-size population.

Until then CQU continues to expand partnerships, with VC Nick Klomp travelling to Indonesia to sign an agreement to offer its MBA to “scores of high-ranking officials from Indonesia’s civil service.” The programme is in cooperation with existing partner Universitas Bakrie.

CQU is also “finalising” an agreement for a sustainable farming institute in North Sulawaesi.

“A fantastic and productive week,” Professor Klomp tweets.