Talent Pool is a container used to accommodate a database of candidates, where candidates have the opportunity to be recruited by companies from Markija’s relationships.
In this Talent Pool, candidates only need to input data related to personal data, educational background, to work experience. Furthermore, Markija will provide a series of tests such as Psychological Tests and English tests, as a series of initial selections.
Dr. Ir. Heru Dewanto, IPU, ACPE
Chairman & Co-Founder Markija Berdaya /
Chairman of The Institution of Engineers Indonesia (2018-2021)
" Markija's Internship Program aims to improve the quality of Vocational education in Indonesia in order to get international exposure, in particular, European class industry exposure. The main foundation of this program is the academic foundation, which makes this program part of the curriculum of Vocational Schools in Indonesia. The second foundation is the economic law of supply and demand, on the need for vocational workers in European Industry and the supply of qualified vocational workers from Indonesia. Through these two foundations, the program is expected to be sustainable; encourage "upgrading" vocational education to the international level; improve the competence, skills, and insight of vocational school graduates; and realizing the government's program to make vocational education an alternative to academic education in Indonesia. "
Wikan Sakarinto, S.T., M.Sc., Ph.D.
Director General of Vocational Education Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology (2020-2022)
“ We thank you for the successful execution of the first batch of departing for Hungary. We hope that this internship program activity can be linked to the MBKM (Merdeka Belajar, Merdeka Campus) program. This program has great potential and we want this program to be one of our mainstays (Polytechnics and Vocational Studies). ”
Prof. Ir. Panut Mulyono, M.Eng., D.Eng., IPU, ASEAN Eng
Chancellor of University of Gadjah Mada
“ For the Markija Internship Program, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) participated in sending talented young Indonesians for internships in Hungary. We want our interns to gain hard skills, soft skills, learn new cultures and languages while living and doing internships abroad. “
Dr. Benny Bandanadjaja, ST., MT
Director of Vocational and Professional Education Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology
“ We hope that there will be great benefits for students and alumni of the Polytechnic and Vocational School through the Markija Internship Program. ”
H.E A. H. Dimas Wahab
Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia to Hungary
“ Hungary is a country in Central Europe with extraordinary growth. Currently Hungary has a good economic level, so the need for quality labor is getting higher. For Markija Interns, don't worry, because the Indonesian Embassy will always protect Indonesian interns. ”
H.E Ms. Lilla Karsay
Ambassador of Hungary to the Republic of Indonesia
“ I am very happy with this internship program. Currently, several sectors in Hungary are in need of manpower, and I think this internship program can open up great opportunities for Indonesians to take part in internships in Hungary. In addition, people in Hungary are also very open with Indonesia. With this internship program, it is hoped that Indonesian apprentices can increase their knowledge and skills in Hungary. ”
Uuf Brajawidagda, S.T., M.T., Ph.D.
Director Batam State of Polythechnic
“ Based on a visit to Hungary in November 2021, I saw that both students, the Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture, Research and Technology, the Hungarian industry, and the Indonesian Polytechnic and Vocational School were very happy with the implementation of this program. Currently the Hungarian economy is growing rapidly, while the number of human resources is still limited. It is hoped that Markija can help the Indonesian Polytechnic and Vocational School in taking advantage of these opportunities. ”
Dr.-Ing. Ir. Agus Maryono
Dean of Vocational School Universitas Gadjah Mada
“ After being asked to collaborate for an Internship Program in Hungary by Markija Berdaya, I immediately agreed. Hungarian people are familiar with Southeast Asian society, thus facilitating the assimilation process. We hope that this program can increase the prestige of Polytechnics and Vocational Schools in Indonesia. ”
Manager SDM, Gémtech Kft.
“ I am very happy and proud that we currently have interns from Indonesia. We will do our best for Markija Internships for 2 years at Gemtech Kft., Hungary. ”