As is known, that the SBMPTN 2019 is a selection conducted by PTN within the Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education (Kemristekdikti) and the Ministry of Religion together under LTMPT coordination with selection based on the UTBK results only or the UTBK results and other criteria determined jointly by PTN.
SBMPTN is a joint selection in the admission of new students in a state tertiary institution using a national written examination pattern that has so far demonstrated various advantages and advantages, both for prospective students, state tertiary institutions, and national interests.
Two students from Edu Global Senior High School were successfully accepted in the “Seleksi Bersama Masuk Perguruan Tinggi Negeri” or SBMPTN.
Here are the names of Edu Global High School students who passed the 2019 SBMPTN, they are:
Dhien Izzati, Syiah Kuala University (UNSYIAH), majoring Biology.
Berliana Wijayanti Bakti, Padjadjaran University (UNPAD), majoring Communication Management.
The capacity and interest of SBMPTN is something that prospective new students look for before registering for a State University. UNSYIAH or Syiah Kuala University is a state university located in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. UNSYIAH’s accreditation as an institution, currently has been ranked “A” from the National Accreditation Board. Likewise with UNPAD (Padjadjaran University), a favorite and well-known state tertiary institution located in the city of Bandung, West Java.
As is known, in 2019, Biology enthusiasts in UNSYIAH were 382 participants, with a capacity of SBMPTN 2019 which only accepted 36 participants, Dhien Izzati or familiarly called Izza became one of Edu Global Senior High School Bandung student who successfully competed with UNSYIAH Biology fighters throughout Indonesia.
Just like Izza, Berliana or who is often called Bella also became one of the Edu Global Senior High School Bandung student who fought in the SBMPTN 2019. Bella competed with 1745 UNPAD Communication Management enthusiasts, and managed to become one of the 40 capacities received by the SBMPTN track majoring in Communication Management 2019.