Slides: Graduate Session – “Toward a U.S. Higher Education”
Last Sunday (August 12, 2012), Indonesia Mengglobal and Indonesian Club at Stanford co-hosted “Toward a U.S. Higher Education” at @atamerica Auditorium, Jakarta. We thank everyone who spared their time to come to the event, and we sincerely hope you found the event helpful.
Attached are the slides from last Sunday’s event. You can also read our liveblog transcript here and the event video here (courtesy @atamerica Jakarta). If you have any follow-up questions on graduate application, feel free to write on the comment box below.
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Tiza Mafira received her Bachelor of Laws (S.H.) degree in 2006 from Universitas Indonesia, and her Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree in 2010 from Harvard Law School. She is currently a corporate attorney in Jakarta, specializing in project finance, foreign direct investment, and energy/renewable energy projects. Her passion is in environmental law and climate change. She is an experienced debater and mooter with various awards to her name, and is still actively coaching university students.
Indonesia Mengglobal consists of a group of Indonesian students/alumni who are excited to share our study-abroad experiences. We hold a high regard for the value of our education and believe that a high-quality global education should be easily accessible to everyone in Indonesia.
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