Ironwood Institute has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Universitas Suryakancana of Indonesia, for the provision of higher education to Indonesian students in Agribusiness and Leadership Management. The signing ceremony was witnessed by Mr Pratito Soeharyo, Director of Business Empowerment, Investment Coordinating Board Republic of Indonesia.
The event held at the Adelaide Town Hall, was supported by the South Australian Department of State Development (DSD), Adelaide City Council, ACPET, Study Adelaide, PIRSA, Ausveg SA, HortEx Alliance and Primary Industries Skills Council SA and Knowledge Exchange International.
The collaboration was welcomed as it will offer Indonesian graduates an opportunity to study and work in Adelaide, Australia’s premier learning city.
The visiting delegation also toured Hi-Tech farms in Northern Adelaide. The Ironwood team will travel to Indonesia in January 2017 to further strengthen these ties.
Below are photos of the MOU signing ceremony