Graduation year: 2012

What was the best thing about Sekolah Ciputra? Tell us something memorable from your time at Sekolah Ciputra.

Social gatherings / activities such as: Sports Day, Athletics Day, Cross Country, Mathematics Day, Robotics, etc. Throughout these social activities, it enables us to bond and connect together from different generations. The House system (Red, Blue, Green, and Yellow) makes it even more interesting and competitive for us to achieve a common goal, as the crowned Champion.

Would you recommend Sekolah Ciputra to others? Yes

If yes, what would you say about it? 

Sekolah Ciputra embedded us with the spirit of entrepreneurship, cultural diversity, innovation, and creativity since a young age. I believe this unique skill and mind-set sets us apart from other individuals in our way of reasoning, communicating, and responding to our society. With the resources and support at Sekolah Ciputra, it enables us to thrive and succeed further in this era.

Where did you go to university? What are you/did you study?

Bachelor – Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School/BMIHMS – (Business – International Hotel & Resort Management)

Master- The University of New South Wales/UNSW – (Commerce – Marketing)

What did you expect to do after graduating?

I always wanted to do solo travelling after I graduated, however time doesn’t permit me.

Upon my graduation, I received a prestigious job offer at a luxurious 5-star flagship hotel.

Are you still doing that now?

I am lucky to have the opportunity to work for a total of 4 years in Australia, however now I reside back in Indonesia.

What is one of your past working experiences?

My last job in Sydney, Australia was a Business Development Executive at Intercontinental Hotel Group (IHG). I was the Hotel’s contact person for MICE and Events related business.

In what way did the school contribute to your job right now?

SC contributed mostly towards my personal development. There are several aspects other than academic that Sekolah Ciputra assisted me with.

SC shaped my cultural awareness and leadership skills, which leads me to be one of the most suitable candidates for the job.

What advice would you give to a graduating student?

I started my job as a Night Porter, whereas my duties included delivering newspapers at night, cleaning rooms and baggage handling. It wasn’t the ideal job. However, with endless dedication, I managed to climb my way to become the Hotel’s Business Development Representative. My duties included conducting meetings, and be the face of the Hotel for new potential clients.

Creativity, hard work and dedication will pay off. Also, if you want to do great things, start doing small things with compassion and dedication.

What do you enjoy doing in your free time? 

I enjoy socializing with friends during my free time. Lately I have found my new hobby, gardening!

Anything else you would like to share?

Never stop learning, and always do everything (even small things) at your best ability!

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