Designing A Model for Developing the Skills of MBKM Students Based on STIFIn Concept

Ade Irma Anggraeni, Raka Prasasti


The main objective of the MBKM policy focuses on the absorption of higher education graduates in the industrial world. Graduates are expected to find employment more easily and have a decent income. This goal is supported by the understanding of Academic Supervisors and Final Project Supervisors regarding the needs of society and industry. The role of lecturers as facilitators, among others, is strengthened by a curriculum that prioritizes opportunities for students to develop skills in problem solving and collaboration. The greatest potential possessed by students to take part in the world of work is the tendency of thinking and decision-making styles. These two aspects are unique and based on intelligence engines and can be developed to achieve the basic core of higher education, namely spirituality, life values, knowledge, skills, mental attitudes and professional ethics.

The model of developing student skills to be in line with the needs of the industrial world requires the design of a student mentoring programme based on machine intelligence. This programme specifically maps the dominant potential of students to be developed with the Kubik Leadership framework. This skills development model is expected to provide guidance for students to engage in one of the MBKM activities. This research aims to design a model of developing student work skills based on intelligence machines at the Faculty of Economics and Business, Jenderal Soedirman University. The results of this study have theoretical and managerial implications. Conceptually, this research contributes to the development of theoretical models regarding the influence of machine intelligence on career choices and the development of student employability skills. Practically, this research provides recommendations for institutions regarding the optimisation of the implementation of the MBKM program in producing competitive graduates.

Keywords: Learning Style; Mentoring Stategy; Personality; STIFIn

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