Best Grade Scholarship Holders from Odd Semester
(August 2016 until December 2016)

 

1. Students of Intake 2016 (based on 1st semester result for scholarship 2nd semester )

Legal Base

The awarding of SGU Scholarship for Bachelor's Degree students is regulated in the "Study and Examination Regulations for Bachelor's Degree" Academic Year 2016/2017. The main principle of the regulations says:

"Best Grade Scholarships are based upon the performance of students and are provided by SGU on a voluntary basis. The University does not accept any appeals/claims regarding the given scholarships.” – Chapter 10
“The Decision from the University regarding scholarship holders is final.” – Chapter 10.1

Data of classes:

No.

Faculty

Department

Number of Student

Remarks

1.

Engineering and IT

Mechanical Engineering – Mechatronics (Class A)

 

 

2.

Engineering and IT

Mechanical Engineering – Mechatronics (Class B)

 

 

3.

Engineering and IT

Industrial Engineering

 

 

4.

Engineering and IT

Information Technology

 

 

5.

BA and Humanities

International Business Administration (Class A)

 

 

6.

BA and Humanities

International Business Administration (Class B)

 

 

7.

BA and Humanities

Hotel and Tourism Management (Class A)

 

 

8.

BA and Humanities

Hotel and Tourism Management (Class B)

 

 

9.

BA and Humanities

Accounting

 

 

10.

BA and Humanities

Communication and Public Relations

 

 

11.

Life Sciences and Technology

Chemical Engineering – Pharmaceutical Engineering

 

 

12.

Life Sciences and Technology

Food Technology

 

 

13.

Life Sciences and Technology

Electrical Engineering – Biomedical Engineering

 

 

14.

Life Sciences and Technology

Chemical Engineering – Sustainable Energy and Environment

 

 

*  Not eligible due to minimum number of student requirement
** Not eligible due to minimum GPA requirement

 

It is decided that the scholarships for the 1st semester students of Intake 2015 for their 2nd semester of the even semester 2016/2017 are given with the following arrangement:
– The highest GPA will receive 25% of the tuition fee.
– The Scholarships below are given to a class with minimum 12 students, with minimum GPA 3,50

No

Faculty

Department

Name

GPA

1.

Engineering and IT

Mechanical Engineering – Mechatronics (Class A)

Genesia Synclaire Tjoa

3.96

2.

Engineering and IT

Mechanical Engineering – Mechatronics (Class B)

Fabio Milentiansen Sim

3.92

3.

Engineering and IT

Industrial Engineering

Jessica Florencia

3.94

4.

Engineering and IT

Information Technology

George William

4

5.

BA and Humanities

International Business Administration (Class A)

Maria Vania Ramli

3.94

6.

BA and Humanities

Hotel and Tourism Management (Class A)

Aurellia Widjaja

3.94

7.

BA and Humanities

Hotel and Tourism Management (Class B)

Alexander William Kapawan Azis

3.89

8.

Life Sciences and Technology

Pharmaceutical Engineering

Franzesca Michelle

4

9.

Life Sciences and Technology

Food Technology

Steven Nathanael

3.99

 

2. Students of Intake 2014 (based on result 5th semester for scholarship 7th semester)

Legal Base

The awarding of SGU Scholarship for Bachelor's Degree students is regulated in the "Study and Examination Regulations for Bachelor's Degree" Academic Year 2014/2015. The main principle of the regulations says:

"Scholarships are based upon the performance of students and are provided by SGU on a voluntary basis. The Examination Steering Committee will not accept any claims regarding the given scholarships. The criteria below are subject to change. The Examination Steering Committee will hold a meeting prior to the announcement of scholarship holders for each semester. The decision of the Examination Steering Committee is final” – Chapter 4

Data of classes:

No.

Faculty

Department

Number of Student

Remarks

1.

Engineering and IT

Mechanical Engineering – Mechatronics (Class A)

 

 

2.

Engineering and IT

Mechanical Engineering – Mechatronics (Class B)

 

 

3.

Engineering and IT

Industrial Engineering

 

 

4.

Engineering and IT

Information Technology

 

 

5.

BA & Humanities

International Business

 

 

6.

BA & Humanities

International Marketing

 

 

7.

BA & Humanities

Banking and Finance

 

 

8.

BA & Humanities

Hotel & Tourism Management (Class A)

 

 

9.

BA & Humanities

Hotel & Tourism Management (Class B)

 

 

10.

BA & Humanities

Accounting

 

 

11.

BA & Humanities

Communication and Public Relations

 

 

12.

Life Sciences and Technology

Electrical Engineering – Biomedical Engineering

 

 

13.

Life Sciences and Technology

Chemical Engineering – Pharmaceutical Engineering

 

 

14.

Life Sciences and Technology

Food Technology

 

 

 

It is decided that the scholarships for the 5th semester students of Intake 2013 for their 7th semester in the odd semester 2017/2018 are given with the following arrangement:
– Highest GPA will receive 25% of the tuition fee
– The Scholarships are given to a class with minumum 12 students, with minimum GPA 3,30

No.

Faculty

Department

Name

GPA

1.

Engineering and IT

Mechanical Engineering – Mechatronics (Class A)

Rosalyn Dwi Octaviana

3.89

2.

Engineering and IT

Mechanical Engineering – Mechatronics (Class B)

Feraldo

3.900

3.

Engineering and IT

Industrial Engineering

Helen Caroline

3.93

4.

Engineering and IT

Information Technology

Leonardo Kurnia

3.94

5.

BA and Humanities

International Business (Class A)

Ni Wayan Sekar Ayu Prabashanti

3.98

6.

BA and Humanities

International Business  (Class B)

Nicholas Nugrahtama

3.90

7.

BA and Humanities

Hotel and Tourism Management (Class A)

Tasya

3,81

8.

BA and Humanities

Hotel and Toursim Management (Class B)

Michelle Salim

3.74

9.

BA adn Humanities

Communication and Public Relations

Pritvi

3.71

10. Life Sciences and Technology Food Technology Laurensia Christli 3.88

 

3. Students of Intake 2013 (based on result 7th semester for scholarship 8th semester)
Legal Base

"Scholarships are based upon the performance of students and are provided by SGU on a voluntary basis. The Examination Steering Committee will not accept any claims regarding the given scholarships. The criteria below are subject to change. The Examination Steering Committee will hold a meeting prior to the announcement of scholarship holders for each semester. The decision of the Examination Steering Committee is final” – Chapter 4

Data of classes:

No.

Faculty

Department

Number of Student

Remarks

1.

Engineering

Mechanical Engineering – Mechatronics (Class A)

 

 

2.

Engineering

Mechanical Engineering – Mechatronics (Class B)

 

 

3.

Engineering

Industrial Engineering

 

 

4.

Information Technology

Information and Communication Technology

 

 

5.

BA & Humanities

International Business

 

 

6.

BA & Humanities

International Marketing

 

 

7.

BA & Humanities

Banking and Finance

 

 

8.

BA & Humanities

Hotel & Tourism Management (Class A)

 

 

9.

BA & Humanities

Hotel & Tourism Management (Class B)

 

 

10.

BA & Humanities

Accounting

 

 

11.

BA & Humanities

Communication and Public Relations

 

 

12.

Life Sciences

Electrical Engineering – Biomedical Engineering

 

 

13.

Life Sciences

Chemical Engineering – Pharmaceutical Engineering

 

 

14.

Life Sciences

Food Technology

 

 

 

It is decided that the scholarships for the 7th semester students of Intake 2013 for their 8th semester in the even semester 2016/2017 are given with the following arrangement:
– Highest GPA will receive 25% of the tuition fee
– The Scholarships are given to a class with minimum 12 students, with minimum GPA 3,30

No

Faculty

Department

Name

GPA

1.

Engineering and IT

Mechanical Engineering – Mechatronics (Class A)

Rynaldi Maydrian Lauren

3.96

2.

Engineering and IT

Mechanical Engineering – Mechatronics (Class B)

Daniel

3.95

3.

Engineering and IT

Industrial Engineering

Felita Vania

3.82

4.

Engineering and IT

Information Technology

Tommy Winarta

3.91

5.

BA and Humanities

International Business (Class A)

Adidharma Ekaputra Kesuma

3.92

6.

BA and Humanities

International Business (Class B)

Irdam Putra Perdana

3.90

7.

BA and Humanities

Hotel and Tourism Management (Class A)

Catherine Caroline

4

8.

BA and Humanities

Hotel and Tourism Management (Class B)

Nikolas Aryaputra

3.94

9.

Life Sciences and Technology

Food Technology

Florece Ignatia

4

10.

Life Sciences and Technology

Pharmaceutical Engineering

Krissan Malinda

4

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