“I recommend Sekolah Ciputra to others. Through Sekolah Ciputra, you will learn many lessons inside and outside of academic perspective.


1. How long were you in Sekolah Ciputra? Starting from what grade until what grade?
3 years, from grade 10 until grade 12.

2. After graduating from Sekolah Ciputra, where do you study? What is your major?
RMIT University and my major is Food Science and Technology.

3. What did you do after graduating from university?
After I graduated from RMIT University in 2021, I was already in my role as an intern in a food company in Melbourne. During the internship, I learned a lot about the importance of having a company’s value and how to work with various different people from different backgrounds. Unfortunately, my internship was cut short as I had to come back to Indonesia for business purposes.

4. What is your current occupation?
I work as a supervisor and analyst at Gading Mas, Banyuwangi and I also have a business named Beleaf (Instagram:

5. What product/service do Beleaf provide?
Eco-print daily wear products.

6. What was the inspiration behind your business?
The inspiration is when I saw how the green economy is growing in Asia and in other regions, and Beleaf was born under the foundation of balancing the increasing rate of the growth in fast fashion industries. Maintaining sustainability and to reduce the amount of waste product from big fashion brands was the mission of Beleaf. Beleaf is also an answer to a call from fashion enthusiasts that are in need of a new style and method in creating unique 1 of 1 fashion pieces.

7. Working as a supervisor and analyst, while running your own business, what are the challenges? How do you overcome it?
I believe the challenge of having a full time job and running my own business lies in time management as well as the ability to be flexible, and testing myself to my limit. As challenging as it is, it is rewarding that in this age I’m doing the most for my future. To overcome these challenges, usually I plan for my day to day job and what I need to finish first tomorrow; which keeps me in track of my objective.

8. In what way did Sekolah Ciputra contribute to your job right now?
Sekolah Ciputra introduced me to new concepts of learning through understanding diverse cultural backgrounds, to think outside the box, and how to introduce new concepts to something that already exists. These have helped me tremendously during my internship and at my current workplace, as more often than not, I was required to be in a group with different types of people from different backgrounds, from which I learned to understand their capabilities so I could be able to lead them better and attain the most out of them.

9. What was the best thing about Sekolah Ciputra? Tell us something memorable from your time at Sekolah Ciputra
The best thing about Sekolah Ciputra would be the quality of friends I met. I am happy to say that I had met my lifelong friends from Sekolah Ciputra and we are still as close as we were in high school. Bali farewell trips were something to be remembered for the rest of my life.

10. What advice would you give to a graduating student?
Apply to any universities you like as much as possible, especially if you are doing IB, the opportunity is truly limitless. So don’t limit your chances of getting the most out of your bachelor years.

11. Would you recommend Sekolah Ciputra to others? If yes, what would you say about it?
Yes. Through Sekolah Ciputra, you will learn many lessons inside and outside of academic perspective.

12. What do you enjoy doing in your free time?
I am a homebody who likes to sit back and relax after a long day of work. As much as I would like to relax and watch some movies while playing some games, I am required to take phone calls and business inquiries at night too. But it was all worth it after a good movie session and reading some interesting books about life improvement and business.