International Network 

A university that prioritizes internationalization, sustainability, and social responsibility can provide a meaningful educational experience that equips students with the knowledge, skills, and values necessary to contribute to a more interconnected and equitable world.

In conclusion, when choosing a university and considering its international network, it’s important to evaluate factors such as global rankings and reputation, international opportunities, diversity, alumni networks, and the university’s commitment to global citizenship. With more than carefully considering these key aspects, that it can make an informed decision that aligns with your academic and professional goals in a global context.


What we Do

International Network

The complexities of international networks and their impact on shaping policies and initiatives that transcend borders. It emphasizes the interconnectedness of nations and the necessity of working together to find effective solutions to challenges that are inherently global in nature.


International Labour Organization [ILO], The World Bank,UNICEF, UNESCO, UNDP, WHO, ILO, & ASEAN.


University Partners

R & D

International Journal

International Publication

International Teaching Program


International scheme

Developing and Enhancing to promote mutual partnership

Mapping Curriculum

International Program

Process mou and moa (IA)

By processing International Program through Implementation Agreement.



Joint Collaboration ILO, Trade Union Network and Universitas Diponegoro in Addressing Decent Work, Labour Rights, and Forced Labour in the Fishing Sector for Tripartite Stakeholders in Central Java


Training Program


Conference and Seminar, etc


The overall objective of the joint collaboration

The overall objective of the joint collaboration is to increase the understanding of lecturers, students and faculty members of the Diponegoro University on the movement of workers’ organizations and establish a Tripartite Forum to encourage compliance with labour regulations in the fishing sector including acceleration efforts to achieve SDG Target 8.7 on combating forced labour and elimination of child labour. The specific objectives of the joint collaboration are to:


Increase the understanding of business students on the importance of unionism and the labour rights issues in the fishing sector.


Create new innovative ideas to protect fishers both locals and migrants.


Increase compliance on the recruitment and placement governance of prospective migrant fishers including

Link to International Counterpart


    1. Faculty members, students and lecturers.
    2. Trade Union Network.
    3. Participants for Tripartite Consultation Forum.

Successful models of international cooperation and highlights the benefits that arise from shared knowledge, resources, and expertise. The findings in the report underscore the significance of fostering strong relationships between nations and the value of mutual respect and understanding in solving complex global problems.

Institution Name


| Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis

| Universitas Diponegoro |


Jl. Prof. Moeljono S Trastotenojo Kampus Universitas Diponegoro Tembalang Semarang, Indonesia.