“I recommend Sekolah Ciputra because the school provides many lessons not only in terms of education but also work readiness.”


1. After graduating from Sekolah Ciputra, where do you study? What is your major?
Universitas Kristen Krida Wacana and my major is General Medicine.

2. What did you do after graduating from university?
I did a 1-year internship with a 6-month rotation at a hospital and 6 months at Public Health Centers as a mandatory requirement before I could practice independently as a general practitioner.

3. What is your current occupation?
I work as a general practitioner at Kartini Hospital, Banten.

4. As a general practitioner, what are the challenges? How do you overcome it?
The challenges that I faced were dealing with patients and families with various specific diseases and various cultures; the nature of each individual. Moreover, patients and families of patients who came to the Emergency Department must have higher stressors and unstable moods. Another challenge is when I find a new disease case that I have never encountered before. I overcome those challenges by non-stop learning; learn about human psychology – to be more calm and patient, and learn more about the new disease.

5. What was the biggest challenge of moving to a new city?
Here people have different personalities and cultures unlike in Surabaya or Jakarta.

6. What do you enjoy most about your new environment?
I was able to gain new experiences; working in a hospital in an area that I had never visited before, and get to know new people from various regions, tribes and cultures.

7. In what way did Sekolah Ciputra contribute to your job right now?
In how to communicate with people, how to manage time well, and how to be able to think creatively in various kinds of things.

8. What was the best thing about Sekolah Ciputra? Tell us something memorable from your time at Sekolah Ciputra
Sekolah Ciputra taught me to think critically and learn more about various things, teaching me how to think creatively. Memorable time at Sekolah Ciputra was in 10th grade; I participated in a competition (related to Health) and I got good support from my teachers and friends at Sekolah Ciputra.

9. What advice would you give to a graduating student?
Do not be afraid to try new things and gain as many new experiences as possible.

10. Would you recommend Sekolah Ciputra to others? If yes, what would you say about it?
Yes, I would recommend Sekolah Ciputra because the school provides many lessons not only in terms of education but also character building and work readiness.

11. What do you enjoy doing in your free time?
I enjoy reading books related to the health field or novels and comics. I also enjoy baking in my spare time.

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