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Thursday, May 12, 2011

Yogyakarta as student city

Yogyakarta is known in Indonesian society as a student city. because
many educational institutions and universities stand in this city.
school and university students many are willing to leave his hometown
  outside Yogyakarta from Sabang to Merauke for their studies and
education in this city.

many parents who volunteer their children to study in the city
yogyakarta, because the quality of science education in this city and high quality.
in addition, many universities and educational institutions supported
by comprehensive facilities even with high technology.

from among the teachers at the scope of education is quite good quality
and competent. at some universities even have a teacher
who already holds a professor . that aside too few
minimum level of teacher education master's classified.
The professors and instructors are required to be the best in their field.

many students and students who was educated in yogyakarta
This makes education institutions and universities competing for
offers its programs in quality and with facilities that are
adequate to competitive with the prospective students who would
demanding education. But be different other educational institutions and
already well-known university, usually more on the quality of prospective students
that will be be accepted at universities ,in private universities .moreover party
many tests conducted in the university entrance exam.

with state of the city of Yogyakarta, which is very conducive to this, also be partly
dijogja people to make money and profit by the number of students
the schools in the city ini.for example, boarding room rental business, rented houses,
food stalls etc. ..

The students and students also tend to feel at home for school in the city of Yogyakarta
This, in addition to the warm-hearted person, as well as cost of living is still relatively not large.
Hence the city of Yogyakarta on call as a student city.

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