Indonesian food already famous until it’s became the world's best food, based on that fact the inbound exchange participants visited The Sages Institute @thesages to learn how to cook Indonesian food with a variety of unique spices. Starting from cooking Nasi Goreng Kemangi, Cah Kangkung and Pepes Dori. They are passionate and very enthusiastic in following each of these cooking classes.
To introduce the city environment where Airlangga University is located, inbound exchange Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce, Lincoln University - New Zealand participants visited historical and cultural sites in Surabaya, such as from Tugu Pahlawan, Submarine Monument, Kenjeran Bridge and also Kenjeran Park which shows the diversity in Indonesia.
SMPN 13 Surabaya became a venue for activities of the inbound exchange program participants from the Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce, Lincoln University - New Zealand where they conduct educational field such as introducing how life goes in New Zealand and Lincoln University. The participants also showed their ability to play basketball with SMPN 13 Surabaya students.(7f)
Inbound exchange program participants from Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce, Lincoln University - New Zealand try one of the traditional vehicles “Becak” and also “Go-Jek” which is a public vehicle that is becoming a trend in Indonesia. The participants also visited “Genteng” traditional market and also some typical souvenirs places of Surabaya.(6f)
Inbound exchange program participants from Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce, Lincoln University - New Zealand conducted Campus Visit to find out all the facilities in three campus of UNAIR and also Company Visit to PT. Petrokimia Gresik which is one of the largest fertilizer factory in Indonesia.(2f)
The inbound exchange participants visited one of the most famous creative village with its beauty and cleanliness, “Kampung Dolanan Maspati” located opposite Tugu Pahlawan Surabaya. In that place they were greeted with excitement by the residents, ranging songs, the use of sarongs and traditional blangkon, treats of “jajanan” and introduction to the green and shady village also held the traditional games for inbound exchange participants.(6f)
In this early 2018, Faculty of Economics and Business Universitas Airlangga attended 18 students from Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce, Lincoln University - New Zealand for inbound exchange program in two weeks.
This program is one of the international programs for Universitas Airlangga to reach the top 500 world-class universities.
For two weeks, participants will get various lessons about economy, business, and culture of Indonesia.
At the welcoming party, the participants introduced one of Indonesian culture that has been recognized by UNESCO as world heritage, Batik.(4f)