Being a medium for networking is one of PPI London’s main missions to serve the Indonesian community in London. It is able to connect Indonesian students from all across London and create a home abroad for those in need of company. Today we will be hearing the inspiration and aspirations behind this philosophy straight from man himself.
This account of PPI London as an organisation is provided by Giovanni Adhiputra Azis, second year MSc Entrepreneurship and Innovation student at Royal Holloway University of London and the President of PPI London 2020/2021.
When I was studying in Sydney, Australia I had difficulty getting an internship at that time. But thanks to the existence of my friends, they managed to recommend me to a company for my intern. The story above gives the meaning that the development of networking among students is very important, which will be useful in the future.
These networking goals will be achieved by holding events that are communicative among fellow students, such as Soda Gembira, Piala Indonesia, and Makrab. Also, participation in events outside of London are great opportunities to further those connections.
I hope that the students will really take advantage of the platform that PPI London has created to improve their network.
Take advantage of your youth for networking with fellow students, because these connections will make it easier for students in the future.
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