University of Indonesia and ACCA Renew their MoU (Memorandum of understanding)
ACCA and university of Indonesia signed a memorandum of understanding today. The MoU is all about future collaboration between two large and world renowned organizations. The primary objective of this MoU is – ensuring quality education finance and accountancy students as well as take a part of the growing Indonesian economy.
University of Indonesia founded in 1849 and it is one of the oldest and renowned universities in Asia. University of Indonesia has already produced more than 400,000 alumni and it is committed to higher education and research in several disciplines.
Both the organizations previously signed MoU in2008 and over the past six years, both of them have a strong partnership. ACCA is one of the strong supporters of Accountancy Fair conducted by University of Indonesia and provide prizes to successful candidates through ACCA Global Essay Competition held I 2014. Additionally, according to the MoU, the graduates from university of Indonesia will receive the exemptions in ACCA qualification programs. Apart from them, both the organizations conduct joint seminars, conferences, research programs and numbers of publications. For a long time, both the organizations have working and strong partnership in accounting and finance education and research.
Rector, University of Indonesia, professor Dr. Ir. Muhammad Anis represents the MoU on behalf of university of Indonesia and on the other hand, ACCA chief executive Ms. Helen Brand OBE and Mr. Mulyadi Setiakusuma (Head of ACCA Indonesia) represents ACCA. The remarkable guests on the MoU signing program are - Mr. Adrian Short, Chairman of the British Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia and CEO of Rolls Royce Indonesia, and Mr. Reza Ali, Head of Emerging Markets and other notable finance experts.
Chief Executive of ACCA, Ms. Helen Brand OBE added: ACCA glad to being a partner of prestigious educational institutions like university of Indonesia. She expects Indonesia’s potential economic and social growth lead to a greater requirement for qualified and skilled finance and accounting professionals who can take a part in the upcoming economic growth and support the nation’s economic aspirations. The primary target of this MoU is – young leaders with professional accountancy qualification that are globally accepted and ACCA confident that the partnership will strengthen the relationship. ACCA fully supports Indonesia’s economic advancement and social growth.