Mulawarman University, in the light of this project, is aiming to refresh, develop, and adapt the curricula to meet with national and regional standard. The curricula development will go through several steps of (1) technical assistance, (2) comparative study, (3) needs analysis for the on going curriculum, (4) university-wide workshop, (5) Main Scientific Pattern curricula development workshop, (6) standard curricula development workshop, (7) teaching material workshop, (8) teaching method workshop, (9) evaluation instrument workshop, (10) review and evaluation workshop, and quality assurance instrument development workshop.
Expert from overseas university will assist the curricula enhancement, since both universities have previously collaborated closely with Mulawarman University in the multi-discipline field of research in tropical science themes. The outputs expected from these series of activities are 15 sets of refreshed and adapted curricula. The outcome of the activity is increasing quality of teaching and learning, while the impacts are (1) 35,000 students will have access to new curricula, (2) teaching and learning meets the relevance and quality of national and regional standards, (3) therefore, the competitiveness of the fresh graduates after ten years since beginning of the project is increased measured by reduced waiting time period, increase in first time salary of the graduates, while proportion of graduates with GPA more than 3.00 is also increase.