Australia’s Central Queensland University Jakarta Campus Soft Opening

Published:19 February 2020

CQUEBTC Staff testing out a lecturer room
CQUEBTC Staff testing out a lecturer room

Australia’s Central Queensland University (CQU) is excited to announce that the new CQUniversity Australia – Jakarta Centre will officially open its doors on Tuesday 17 March 2020.

As one of the first foreign universities to operate in Indonesia, CQU will commence the delivery of its corporate training programs focusing on business, law, governance and business ethics, in addition to the much anticipated dual Master of Management (MM) and Master of Business Administration (MBA) program in partnership with Bakrie University.

Designed to stand out from traditional business and executive qualifications in Indonesia, the MM-MBA dual degree will provide students with the opportunities, skills and knowledge to develop management and leadership capabilities in Data Science, E-Commerce or Islamic Banking and Finance specialisations.

Graduates will become part of CQU’s large network of 3 999 alumni in 78 countries who are employed by global companies including AAPT, Accenture, Bharti Airtel, Allianz, Bombardier, Deloitte, HSBC and IBM, as well as major banks, Government departments and consulting firms.

CQU is continuing to work with its partners and the Indonesian Government to further expand operations in the region, with a view to establish a full-comprehensive campus, that will deliver course content from TAFE to postgraduate level in the future.

Last week, more than 25 international agents were shown around the new campus location and provided with program and delivery information. The aim of this event was to inform agents about CQU and its delivery centre so that they could confidently promote CQU products and services.

A wak through of the new campus is available on StaffNet.