Petra Summer Program
Petra Summer Program
Petra Summer Program
Petra Summer Program
About Petra Summer Program 2021
Petra Summer Program (PSP) is a three-credit program (July 9 – August 6, 2021) that is full of fun and interactive edutainment delivered fully in English and open for students from both Petra Christian University (Petra) and its partners.
Petra, founded in September 22, 1961, is a private university in Surabaya accredited ‘A’ by the National Accreditation Board for Higher Education, the Ministry of Education and Culture of Republic of Indonesia. In addition, Petra is awarded with a 5-star international accreditation by the Global Accreditation Association (GAA) for its commitment and credibility in the educational field.
PSP 2021 offers a full online real-time classes (GMT+7) from all faculties in Petra. You are welcome to join one or more than one program. However, please take the schedule into consideration as each program might conflict one another. You will get the opportunity to study Indonesian culture. Also, we are going to celebrate the opening and closing together.
Indonesian Tourism Campaign (ITC)
aims to introduce culture, and tourist attractions through visiting / virtual
activities regarding the richness of local culture and tourist attractions. You
are also expected to create a communication campaign activity of the tourist
attraction through an audio-visual and written format as a communication
Indonesian Culinary Arts (ICA)
Culinary Arts Program, you will learn about the culture of Indonesia through its
culinary tradition, know how broad the variety of Indonesian Ingredients is being used to cook, especially its herbs and spices. Besides understanding Indonesian
ingredients, you will also learn Indonesian cooking technique which is little
bit different from the western cooking technique. Since you are both from
International and Petra students, you will interact and collaborate in many parts
of the program, including cooking, learning each country’s culture, and practicing
Bahasa Indonesia. At
the end of the program, you will be able to use Indonesian herbs and spices in
your own fusion food recipe and know the culture of Indonesia, especially the
culinary tradition of people in Surabaya.
Indonesian Language & Culture (ILC)
In Indonesian Language and Culture Program, you will learn how to introduce yourself, tell other people about yourself and your activities, tell other people about how people live in Indonesia, and interact with Indonesian people. You will also learn Indonesian traditional houses and tourism objects, and watch an Indonesian movie. At the end of the program, you will be able to use Indonesian language in a simple conversation, know the culture of Indonesia and perform a short drama using Indonesian.
Special Program for Industrial Challenge and Exposure (SPICE)
It is a two-week program that is full of challenge and interactive edutainment part of Petra Summer Program (PSP). You will learn the basic of Supply Chain and how it is applied in real industry. SPICE 2021 will be conducted as an exciting online course where you will also have the chance to do an online business simulation games “Monsoonsim”. This program challenges you to be able to formulate problems, explore information and data, and analyze them. You will be able to make a good Supply Chain strategy to win the competition.
Digital Storytelling and Asian Folktales
This class enables you to explore Asian folktales, understand the philosophy behind those folktales, and share them with others using a digital platform in the form of a podcast. The production component of the class provides a hands-on approach that would give them a rewarding group learning experience as it presents ample opportunity for you to apply the elements of storytelling and voice acting, such as story structure, creative design, characterization, conflicts, intention and intonation, in order to have fair episodes of a storytelling podcast as the end product.
Architecture and Conservation
This course aims to
lead you to explore how the architectural heritage in Indonesia and some Asian
cities, is thought, formed, changed, and conserved. This course has two
components, namely lectures and seminars. The lecturer will present the
thoughts regarding cultural heritage (tangible and intangible), architectural
heritage and conservation in Indonesia. Seminars will be opportunities for you
to interpret and discuss the applications of architectural conservation through
writings on conservation projects in Indonesia and Asia. The module primary focus
is on architectural heritage and conservation regarding theories, charters,
documents and principles of conservation, scope and definitions of cultural
heritage, and the development of architecture through time in Indonesia.
Architecture and Film
This course will introduce the connection of Film and Architecture. You will learn how architecture representation shapes the world in films, supports the narrative and manipulates the experience of the spectators. You will also explore how some main Film Genres use architectural setting as their psychological setting and we shall see how some architectural theories of space and place are used in film making by experimenting in making a short film.
Requirement: Although it is not compulsory, it is best if the participant is already familiar with some basic knowledge of Photography.
Home, Memory and Covid
Reflection can lead us on a quest that reveals the fascinating connections between design, senses, emotions, and the immune system. How can a fun design speed healing? This course will address these questions through exploring several places that discover our memories and senses. How memory can lead us to design a place that can provide us with a place of joyful healing.
'The Art of Worship Through Dancing' Class
By accomplishing the program, you would have a much better understanding of:
- The elements of dancing and rhythmic movement (choreography, music, harmony, dance structure, and expression).
- The types of dancing based on the pattern of functions, themes, and performances.
- The importance of dance and artistic performance in relation to child development.
- The process of choreography, which would enable them to create a simple choreography for kindergarten and elementary school children
- You must have a basic experience in dancing.
- You must have an understanding of tempo.
Renewable Energy Development in Indonesia
This course aims to lead you to understand how renewable energy plays an important role in energy sources in the next decades. In this course, the lecturers will present the thoughts regarding the opportunities and challenges for renewable energy development in Indonesia such as biomass, biogas, solar, wind, hydro and ocean energy. This course also gives opportunities for you to interpret and discuss the development and the applications of sustainable and renewable energy in Indonesia. Through the lectures and discussions, you will be expected to understand and think critically about how renewable energy needs to be developed and the effects of renewable energy to the world’s energy resources.
Open for undergraduate (minimum second year) from any disciplines.
Early bird registration April 30 – May 25, 2021
Normal registration May 26 – July 5, 2021
Opening ceremony July 9, 2021
Closing ceremony August 6, 2021
The payment should be received in IDR
Local Students (non-Petra)
You can choose more than one (1) program that you are interested in as long as the schedules do not conflict one another.
YES. Every program has maximum quotas: 15 students.
Firstly, fluency in English is a must because all classes, tests, communication, information, announcement, and documents will be delivered fully in English.
Secondly, you must prepare, complete and submit all the required documents for registration, such as:
a) International students : Statement Letter, Confirmation Letter*, Colored Copy of Student ID, and Colored Photo 3x4cm with white background.
b) Local students (non-Petra) : Statement Letter
*Based on the Ministry of Education and Culture of Republic of Indonesia's regulation, all international students who study in Indonesia via online class should submit an official confirmation letter from their home university. Please ask your home university (Head/Director of International office) to make the letter which states that you will join the program via online class at your home country due to COVID-19 pandemic.
The payment deadline is the same as the registration deadline. Please refer to important dates. After completing the registration form, you will immediately enter the payment stage to complete your registration.
For International students
IDR 1.800.000 (early bird) around USD 120
IDR 2.250.000 (normal) around USD 150
For Petra students
IDR 1.200.000 (early bird)
IDR 1.500.000 (normal)
For Indonesian students (non-Petra)
IDR 1.500.000 (early bird)
IDR 1.750.000 (normal)
The price is including program kits, certificate, and academic transcript. The price does not include other personal expenses while you are doing your own project. The price is not including transfer fee.
Credit card and bank transfer / virtual account
You can, but you must send an official statement to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please type your information, including your name, affiliation, and reason. Please provide the supporting document to back up your statement if necessary.
The Petra Summer Program shall be entitled to retain a proportion of the academic program fees to reflect irrecoverable costs.
Refund Policy: Cancellation before 6 July 2021 will get a 70% refund of balance not included the bank transfer fees. Cancellation after 6 July 2021 will get NO REFUND.
Yes. Our courses can gain you credit if the classes meet the credit requirements of your university and the curriculum that you are following there. Applicants should confirm in advance of any potential issues regarding the transfer of credits earned at PSP 2021 by consulting with a representative at their home university.
We grade you based on the Table of Academic Grading Policy below:
|Alphabetical Score|| Numerical Score Range|
|A||86 – 100|
|B+||76 – 85|
|B||69 – 75|
|C+||61 – 68|
|C||56 – 60|
|D||41 – 55|
|E||0 – 40|
Avoid failing the program by attending each and every single class and activity of your selected program, finish all projects and training sessions as assigned by your selected program, take the Final Test/Final Project seriously, and follow through your selected program from the beginning until the very end.
PSP classes have 15 minutes tolerance for late-comers, although it can differ according to the lecturers. You will be considered absent if you are late more than the agreed time. Please pay attention with the time differences (Indonesia Time GMT + 7).
You will pass your selected program by achieving 75% attendance of the program. If you have no other choice but to skip some classes due to logical and acceptable reasons, make sure you skip NO MORE than 25% of attendance hours. If you skip more than that, you will automatically fail the program.
Yes, you will. PSP Committee will provide you transcript and certificate at the end of program.