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Nasya Alyalina Dita (Prospective New Student of UNDIP SBMPTN): The Competition to Enter Communication Science is Very Tight, I am Grateful to Pass the Exam

Communication Science Study Program of Diponegoro University is one of the most popular majors. The high interest of the younger generation to study Communication Science is due to the development of media and communication industries which share a lot about information, communication, and data. The mission of Communications Science Department of Undip is to organize higher education in communication science based on quality assurance, to conduct teaching communication science based on the latest developments in communication science and professions, to conduct research in the field of communication science and to publish it nationally and internationally, to serve the community by utilize scientific competence and communication technology for community empowerment, and to strengthen networks and reputations in the national and international scopes.

“In my opinion, Diponegoro University is one of the best universities in Indonesia with a conducive learning atmosphere, plus the pleasant vibe of Semarang City with its complete facilities and culinary foods that are relatively cheap from other big cities. I am happy and grateful to have this opportunity. Moreover I previously had estimated the possibility to be accepted in Communication Science Undip was very tight,” said Nasya Alyalina Dita, a graduate student from SMA Negeri 3 South Tangerang, who passed the Joint Entrance Selection of State Universities (Seleksi Bersama Masuk Perguruan Tinggi Negeri / SBMPTN) Diponegoro University with a choice of Communication Science Study Program, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences UNDIP.

“Communication Science became my choice because I fell in love and was interested in the world of communication media and all things related to it, so I wanted to understand more about the science, including human relations in the society, from language to mass and digital media,” she continued.

“We can’t change the past, but surely we can change the future. Even though the education sector has been running online for more than a year, don’t let it stopping us to be productive with useful things and to prepare better future. Do something that will make your future self thank you for,” concluded Nasya. (Linda – Public Relations)

Translated by: Titis (Public Relations)

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