Departments of Medicine and Economics Sought After

Republika, page 5

Padjadjaran University is again the state university (PTN) with the highest number of enthusiasts throughout Indonesia in the State Higher Education Entrance National Selection (SNMPTN) 2017.  The number of applicants reached 39,388 people. Meanwhile, only 2,369 people are accepted/admitted or about 6.08 percent of the total applicants.

Vice Rector for Academic and Student Affairs of Padjadjaran University, Arry Bainus, explained, despite the highest number of enthusiasts, this figure decreased compared to last year. This decrease is due to regulation limiting the number of registrants. Accredited A schools have a maximum registration limit of 50 percent from previously 75 percent. Similarly, accredited B schools have a maximum limit of 30 percent from the previous 50 percent.

According to data from Unpad, medicine is the study program with the highest number of enthusiasts, i.e.: 3,769 people, followed by management with 3,194 people, pharmacy with 3,128 people, and communication science with 2,786 people. Those registering for the accountancy study program total 2,690 people, psychology with 2,626 people, nursing science with 2,468 people. The remainder, law registrants reached 2,221 people and informatics engineering total 2,022 people.

Meanwhile, the University of Andalas (Unand) Padang, West Sumatera, accepted 1,640 new students from the State Higher Education Entrance National Selection (SNMPTN) 2017. Head of Unand Public Relations Dafruddin said the number of 1,640 new students is screened from tens of thousands of enthusiasts who chose Unand as the first and second option. Law study program is the most popular. This study program accepted 123 people.

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