Pengaruh Faktor Mahasiswa dan Faktor Universitas Terhadap Prestasi Akdemik dan dampaknya terhadap Reputasi Universitas Kristen Petra

Samuel Imanudin, Hatane Samuel

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Penelitian tentang pengaruh faktor mahasiswa dan faktor universitas terhadap prestasi akademik dan dampaknya terhadap reputasi universitas kristen petra, dengan objek penelitian Universitas Kristen Petra, dilihat dari beberapa faktor yaitu, faktor mahasiswa, faktor institusi, dosen, resource management, dan ICT. Data penelitian diperoleh dari 383 sampel responden mahasiswa Universitas Kristen Petra. Hasil penelitian menemukan bahwa faktor mahasiswa dan faktor universitas berpengaruh positif terhadap prestasi akademik mahasiswa. selanjutnya prestasi akademik mahasiswa Universitas Kristen Petra berdampak positif terhadap reputasi Universitas Kristen Petra.

 

Kata Kunci : Faktor Mahasiswa, institutional factor, dosen, resource management, ICT, prestasi akademik, reputasi universitas.

 

Research about the effect of student factor and university factor upon student achievement; and its impact on petra christian university reputation can be seen from student factor, institutional factor, faculty, resource management and ICT. With 383 petra christian university student as the object. This research find that student factor and university factor give positive impact on student achievement. Furthermore, student achievement give a positive effect toward petra christian university reputation.

 

Keywords : Student Factor, institutional factor, faculty, resource management, ICT, student achievement, university reputation


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