Aquaculture, Busan – In 2022, 5 students from FPIK have the opportunity to study for 1 semester at Korean Maritime and Ocean University, in Busan, South Korea. One of these students is Dewi Masitoh (S1 Aquaculture).

Dewi Masitoh, an Aquaculture student at KMOU

This student exchange activity is a collaboration between FPIK-UNDIP and the Office of International Affairs KMOU, under the coordination of Dr. Dwi Haryanti from the International Office-FPIK. This activity will last for 1 semester (4 months of active study), in the fall semester starting from September to December 2022. This activity is funded by KMOU, NIIED, Global Korean Scholarship, and WCU Diponegoro University.

The opening ceremony at KMOU

While at KMOU, FPIK students will study several subjects, including Functional Foods, Marine Food Resource Practice, Marine Chemical Ecology, and Molecular Microbiological Genetic Engineering Laboratory.

Wow! Congratulations Dewi! We are proud of you!