In Wave I graduation, UPI graduated 913 students, among whom were 4 graduates with the highest GPA based on their level of education (D3, S1, S2, and S3). They are Izza Muzakhi Reksa Ragana, a student of the Mapping and Geographic Information Survey Study Program at D3 level with a GPA of 3.42; Rainier Aghrimaldi Fistanto, a student of the Sport Science Study Program at S1 level with a GPA of 3.93; Nadya Syifa Utami, a student of the Mathematics Education Study Program at S2 level with a GPA of 4.00; and Echo Perdana Kusumah, a student of the Management Study Program at S3 level with a GPA of 4.00.
The information was conveyed by the Rector of Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI), Prof. Dr. M. Solehuddin, M.Pd., MA, during his Rector’s Speech at the Wave I Graduation ceremony of Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia in 2023 for Diploma, Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral Programs held at the Gymnasium Building, UPI Campus on Jalan Dr. Setiabudhi No. 229, Bandung, on Wednesday (22/2/2023).
The Rector of Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI), Prof. Dr. H. M. Solehuddin, M.Pd., M.A., felt very proud and happy to see the success of UPI graduates. He expressed his gratitude to all the lecturers and education personnel who had provided academic services and guidance to enable the graduates to complete their studies successfully.
The Rector of UPI said, “Alhamdulillah, if you see the earlier announcement, some of our graduates have achieved remarkable success. Hopefully, this is not just a formal achievement, but also an indication for them to excel in their careers wherever they choose to work. Therefore, I hope that the government’s policies in the field of MBKM, their study, and others will have a positive impact on the independence of our graduates wherever they work.”
Let us celebrate this success with high spirits and hope that the graduates can implement the knowledge they have gained and make a positive contribution to society, state, and nation. “Hopefully, the achievements that have been made can provide motivation to carry out service and careers in the community,” the Rector added.
Continuing his speech, the Rector observed that now that the rules, SOP, and study periods are clear, and the administration is firm, the percentage of incoming and outgoing students is balanced. He added, “It seems the problem is only with discipline. If everyone is disciplined and adheres to the existing rules, God willing, everything will flow accordingly, and the balance between input and output will be maintained.”