ITHB Alumnus, Daniel Wibowo, is awarded as BCA’s national best Account Officer.
An ITHB’s alumnus, Vitalis Paskalis Pyoh, continued his study at UK and hired by a Big-Four world-class company in London.
With SAP Certificate from ITHB in her hand, she gained working experiences in ERP projects in Jakarta, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Thailand, Taiwan, Vietnam, Korea, Japan, Argentina, Brazil, and the United States and others.
After graduation, Hendry worked for Phonecast Solutions in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. “I was stationed as a key designer, then promoted as a project manager. I was entrusted with these very important projects such as a contract with the Dutch Minister of Foreign Affairs.”
Rusna received a job offer from Philip Morris (PM), a global multinational company listed in the US, six months before her graduation from ITHB. Rusna started at one of PM’s SAP Delivery Centers to observe at firsthand how a world-class SAP service operation is run.
Inspired by ITHB lecturers, Ferdinand works for government and was selected as awardees of the prestigious SPIRIT (Scholarship Program for Strengthening the Reforming Institutions) scholarship schemes out of about 1500 candidates.
After completing two-year study at ITHB Art & Design Study Program, Felicia Guyadi took her final year at RMIT Melbourne, Australia. Her activities at ITHB have transformed Felicia into a high achiever.
Samuel recruited by ISFnet in Japan, right upon graduation. He admits that ITHB nurtures a culture that has many similarities with Japanese culture and has led him to his present career.
“At ITHB, every day is a life-changing experience even though you do not realize it. In the four years of my study at ITHB, I was transformed from a simple girl from Medan into a professional ready for a global career.”
The Internet of Things is also dubbed as 21st century’s the next big thing after the Smartphone and social media.