Telkom Institute of Technology Undergraduate

Telkom Institute of Technology (IT Telkom, formerly known as Sekolah Tinggi Teknologi Telkom or STT Telkom) is a vocational university specializing in telecommunication engineering. It was stablished on September 28, 1990 by the Telkom Education Foundation, which is owned by PT Telkom, the semi-privatized government-owned telecommunication company of Indonesia. The school with 480.000 m² area is in Dayeuhkolot, 3 km south of Bandung.

IT Telkom focuses on the program to support the development of telecommunication technologies and industries by providing skilled professionals. In its early years of 1991 and 1992, PT Telkom provided scholarship to all students with a job contract at the company after graduation.

In 2005, IT Telkom tied with China's largest telecommunication manufacturer and wireless provider, ZTE, to establish a telecommunication center at the school's campus.

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