Ongoing Program: Pasir Mulya Tourism Village Sustainable Development in Bandung Regency
As part of the Binus Bangun Desa initiative, BINUS University is actively engaged in the sustainable development of Pasir Mulya Tourism Village in Bandung Regency. This ongoing program is designed to unlock the village’s potential through comprehensive educational activities. These include training sessions, seminars, and courses focused on preparing prospective workers in the tourism industry and local government officials. The educational components cover diverse areas such as hospitality, computer literacy, and language training.
Ad-hoc Initiative: Rebuilding Management for Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (TMII) Tourism Object
BINUS University, in collaboration with the local community, has taken an ad-hoc approach to rebuilding the management team for the Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (TMII) tourism object. This ad-hoc initiative reflects BINUS University’s commitment to actively contribute to the enhancement and sustainable development of tourism-related projects in collaboration with local communities.